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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Someone Special » Sat Aug 01, 2015 10:30 pm

Ah shir. I should have got my old Spanish and Portuguese cook book out. I'll post some recipes the next time I see it.
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby yasha » Thu Aug 20, 2015 5:40 pm

i bake stuff

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pie

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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Ron Swansons Stache » Thu Aug 20, 2015 9:48 pm

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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby that shiny mudkip » Thu Aug 20, 2015 10:40 pm

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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby flufffage » Thu Aug 20, 2015 11:18 pm

Ron Swansons Stache wrote:Image

i was gonna mail u a pie but you never gave me ur address
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#opinions
pinkmins more like saltmins amirite
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby yasha » Thu Aug 20, 2015 11:32 pm

I love pancakes, I am also Russian. Here are two varieties for Russian Pancakes for you all to try out.

Crepes, called blini (блини)

It's important that you use a roughly 10" nonstick pan.

1. Whisk two eggs, two cups of milk, one tablespoon of sugar, and 1/2 teaspoon salt in a bowl.
2. Gradually add in two cups of flour until you get a nice batter, but not too thin.
3. Then stir in two tablespoons of canola oil.
4. Warm up the pan to mediumish heat and use more canola oil liberally.
5. Pour in just enough batter so it covers the entire surface of the pan, just like making any other crepe.
6. Cook on one side until it's golden brown, though not bernt of course, and then flip and repeat for the other side.
7. Make sure you are putting oil back on the pan when its boiled away, this is important to do.
8. Eat them with sour cream and fruit jam/preserves/jelly/spread/whatever, shreded meat is also an option.
9. You can roll them up or eat them as they are.

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When I make pancakes daily, I use this recipe, except I don't bother with the sugar, salt, or oil in the batter.


Cheesy Silver Dollar Pancakes, called syrniki (сирники)

1. Mix 1/2 pound of farmer's (or cottage) cheese, one egg, and some of the flour in a bowl until it's like a dough.
2. From the dough, shape about five or so pancakes with your hands.
3. Use the rest of the flour to cover the pancakes.
4. On a medium-high skillet, melt just more than one tablespoon of butter.
5. Put all of the pancakes in the pan and fry them until both sides are golden brown.
6. Eat with sour cream and jam like before.

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I adapted the recipes from russianbites.com because I was too lazy to translate out of my russian cookbook. But please tell me how they go.
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby flufffage » Thu Aug 20, 2015 11:54 pm

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and here i just made mushroom carbonara yesterday
im gonna make truffles tomorrow maybe
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#opinions
pinkmins more like saltmins amirite
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby yasha » Fri Aug 21, 2015 1:28 am

More Russian food. If you are familiar with eastern bloc dumplings, then it's likely you've eaten pierogi. While I have nothing against them, I find that they're usually mostly filler. Instead of this Polish type of dumpling, I suggest that you try the Russian variant called pelmeni (пельме́ни).

To make them,
1. Go to a Russian food store and buy a bag, or ten, of them. This is easily done if you live anywhere near a major city between Washington D.C. and Boston.
2. Follow the instructions on the bag.
3. Enjoy with sour cream.

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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Birk » Fri Aug 21, 2015 9:20 am

Recommending pelmeni over piergoi? My kinda person.
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby HausOfJoel » Fri Aug 21, 2015 10:40 am

Shrimp Ceviche is the best thing ever

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