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Your Recipes

6 Years Ago


We would love you to post your favorite original snacks recipes here:)
A photo or a how to video would be lovely too!
Thx:)

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How do i make vegetarian pasta?

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How do i make vegetarian pasta?
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Re: Your Recipes

6 Years Ago


with stuff that's not made out of meat hahhahahah

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Wanted poets who can cook

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Wanted poets who can cook
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Re: Your Recipes

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ingredients-
1 microwave
one frozen dinner-of your choice

preparation-
do not pre-heat microwave!!
open the box at either end of frozen dinner
pull plastic back from needed areas
place in microwave
turn timer to required cooking time
remove from microwave-handle carefully contents will be HOT
let cool for one minute
and     WHAH-LA   
dinner is done

xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxooxoxxoxoxoxo
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STIR FRIED VEGETABLES original recipe no#1 by ALIENBABA

6 Years Ago


Alienbaba  kitchen-café Stir-fried-vegetables by Alienbaba March 28 2013 11 pm Santacruz Goa. STIRFRIEDVEGETABLES STAGE 2 ALIENBABA.JPGSTIRFRIEDVEGETABLES STAGE1 ALIENBABA.JPGSTIRFRIEDVEGETABLES STAGE3 ALIENBABA.JPG   I started out to make vegetable-tikka…but I didn’t have coal, a grill nor those skewers. ..So then I found a thick curved pan…and some vegetables… Stir-fried-vegetables: Time taken for preparation 20 minutes. Ingredients: 2 tablespoons cooking edible oil (or a tablespoon butter/ghee), 1 Maggie cube (or a pinch of garam-masala(mix of crushed turmeric, chili, garlic, cinnamon, and other hot spices) and a pinch of salt), 2 okra (ladyfingers), 1 capsicum, half onion, 2 tomatoes, palm-full of green coriander fresh leaves,  quarter cucumber, a pinch of ginger paste and garlic paste. Make onion rings and fry in a half tea spoonful of oil till they turn light-brown in the pan over slow flame. Cut/dice remaining vegetables into 1 inch cubes and fry in a pan with oil on a slow flame for 10 minutes….constantly turning the chunks over with a metal spatula. Only add the Maggie/salt after the fire has been turned off. Mix the vegetables nicely…the tomatoes will ooze some juice which will add taste to the preparation. Save a little green coriander to sprinkle over the vegetables as a garnish after they have been cooked and after the stirring is completed. This gives a nice tasty look to the dish. Suggestion: This dish can be served along with boiled rice or some roti, chappati,naan or bread- loaf or standalone…also an excellent side dish to kanji (boiled-rice gruel) with dry-curry.    
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My recipe #1 corrected stirfried vegetables by alienbaba

6 Years Ago


Alienbaba kitchen-café
Stir-fried-vegetables by Alienbaba
March 28 2013 11 pm Santacruz Goa.

I was hungry...so
I started out to make vegetable-tikka…but I didn’t have coal, a grill nor those skewers. ..
So then I found a thick curved pan…and some vegetables…

Stir-fried-vegetables: Time taken for preparation 20 minutes.
Ingredients: 2 tablespoons cooking edible oil (or a tablespoon butter/ghee),
1 Maggie cube (or a pinch of garam-masala(mix of crushed turmeric, chili, garlic,
cinnamon, and other hot spices) and a pinch of salt), 2 okra (ladyfingers), 1 capsicum,
half onion, 2 tomatoes, palm-full of green coriander fresh leaves, quarter cucumber,
a pinch of ginger paste and garlic paste. Make onion rings
and fry in a half tea spoonful of oil till they turn light-brown
in the pan over slow flame. Cut/dice remaining vegetables into
 1 inch cubes and fry in a pan with oil on a slow flame for 10 minutes…
.constantly turning the chunks over with a metal spatula. Only add
the Maggie/salt after the fire has been turned off. Mix the vegetables nicely…
the tomatoes will ooze some juice which will add taste to the preparation.
Save a little green coriander to sprinkle over the vegetables
as a garnish after they have been cooked and after the stirring is completed.
This gives a nice tasty look to the dish.

Suggestion: This dish can be served along with boiled rice or some roti,
 chappati,naan or bread- loaf or standalone…
also an excellent side dish to kanji (boiled-rice gruel) with dry-curry.



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Re: Your Recipes

6 Years Ago


                                 ONE BEAUTIFUL SQUISHY THING
needed-
one stick
bag of large marshmellows
5 packs hershey chocolate
2 boxes graham crackers

first gather loved ones around
then get them to gather the wood
pick a personal stick
start fire pit
put a marshmellow on end of stick
hold over fire for roasting
prepare a graham cracker and sliver of chocolate
after marshmellow is toasted to your taste
SQUISH it inbetween graham cracker and chocolate
SQUEEZE them together
and BITE*)*)*)