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emotive
Dec 26, 2006



Stuff in bowls from the weekend.

Vegan Japanese curry:


Teriyaki eggplant, sticky rice and 6 minute egg:

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Arrgytehpirate
Oct 2, 2011

I posted my food for USPOL Thanksgiving!



emotive posted:

Teriyaki eggplant, sticky rice and 6 minute egg:


That looks amazing.

Torquemada
Oct 21, 2010

Unexpected.


Arrgytehpirate posted:

That looks amazing.

Seconded: details if you would please.

emotive
Dec 26, 2006



I keep a base teriyaki sauce on hand (Adam Liaw's recipe) that's just 1 cup soy sauce, 3/4 cup each sake and mirin and 75g sugar.

Threw an onion, 2 cloves of garlic and 3 Japanese eggplant in the wok until softened and threw in about half cup of teriyaki and simmered it until it was thick. Threw over sushi rice, topped with sesame seeds, scallion and a little togarashi. The egg was just boiled for 6 minutes.

Torquemada
Oct 21, 2010

Unexpected.


Great, Iíll give it a go shortly.

Olpainless
Jun 30, 2003
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emotive posted:

Stuff in bowls from the weekend.

Vegan Japanese curry:


Teriyaki eggplant, sticky rice and 6 minute egg:


Both of these look beautiful, and seeing as it's not been asked about yet, what's the rough recipe for the curry?

emotive
Dec 26, 2006



Olpainless posted:

Both of these look beautiful, and seeing as it's not been asked about yet, what's the rough recipe for the curry?

I used this recipe as a base as it was the closest vegan option I could find to the real thing since I didn't have premade roux:
https://www.cilantroandcitronella.c...japanese-curry/

I changed up the veggies to use what I had on hand... Murasaki sweet potatoes, cauliflower (which I'd skip next time), etc...

Friend
Aug 3, 2008



Really wanted buffalo wings yesterday but I only had drumsticks. Proud of how this little guy turned out looking.

Ranter
Jul 11, 2004



I made this soup thing.



It's my "lazy laab" (ground pork, lemongrass, onion, garlic, thai chili, fish sauce, lime juice, sugar, Taro the dog supervision), thai pickled chilies (fish sauce, lime juice, vinegar, sugar), home made chicken broth, wide rice noodles, cilantro and napa to make it "healthy".









Note: not my george foreman. Housemate uses it for dino nuggets...

snyprmag
Oct 9, 2005



Made a turchetta over the weekend for the first time. Had to sear on the baking steel cause it was too big for my cast iron skillet.


Olpainless
Jun 30, 2003
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Tea tonight! Pan fried crispy skin salmon, baby courgette and mushrooms, drizzled with a cumin, dill, coriander and chive herb sauce, and finished with chilli fried panko breadcrumb. One-pan meal as well to make life easy. Really, really nice simple meal,with a tingle from the crumb and an intense herby hit from the sauce. (as an aside, I'm tempted to try the sauce with fried chicken or seafood... Think it'll work well. Edit:and onion bhaji).

Washed down with Opengate pilsner.

snyprmag posted:

Made a turchetta over the weekend for the first time. Had to sear on the baking steel cause it was too big for my cast iron skillet.




Serious eats recipe? And that looks incredible. I'm really tempted to try and make one for Christmas dinner this year.

Olpainless fucked around with this message at Dec 10, 2018 around 21:48

snyprmag
Oct 9, 2005



Olpainless posted:

Serious eats recipe? And that looks incredible. I'm really tempted to try and make one for Christmas dinner this year.
Yes and it was really nice to be able to all the prep work 48hrs ahead of time. This was for a dinner party on Saturday night and I had a pretty busy day ahead of time, so it was nice to only need a little over 2 hours to have it ready to serve. Now i have all the dark meat in the freezer that'll probably get ground up for burgers.

edit: we thought the whole pepper corns were a little intense and next time I make will probably grind those coarsely instead. I thought the food processor would break them up more but most were still whole.

snyprmag fucked around with this message at Dec 10, 2018 around 21:07

Random Hero
Jun 4, 2004
I could sure go for a Miller High Life...

Olpainless posted:

Serious eats recipe? And that looks incredible. I'm really tempted to try and make one for Christmas dinner this year.

I made this a year ago for Thanksgiving, and I'm doing it again for the 2nd time for Christmas. It is indeed amazing. I definitely recommend using some bones and scraps to make a turkey broth you can use for a homemade gravy. The turkey is super juicy and flavorful without but gravy always helps.

Also, I agree on maybe crushing the whole peppercorns... People didn't mind them but I think it would be better to crush some fresh peppercorns in a mortar and pestle versus using whole.

poop dood
May 31, 2011

$#$%^&@@*!!!


Butternut squash risotto, chicken thigh, pomegranate, feta, fried sage. Not photographed super well but I just spent all day making the chicken stock that went into this and itís probably one of the most delicious things Iíve ever made.

BrianBoitano
Nov 15, 2006

This is fine.


Everyone should make winter squash risotto this season

Mine was Seminole squash, in the oven. Candied walnuts on top. Hella easy!

Jhet
Jun 3, 2013


poop dood posted:

one of the most delicious things Iíve ever made.

It looks delicious. Making the stock always makes everything taste so much better.

Now I'm going to have to make risotto in the next couple weeks.

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Olpainless
Jun 30, 2003
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Winter squash risotto sounds like a great thing to pair with leftover turkey, so yeah, i guess i gotta go make a gallon of stock now

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