9. February 2024 13:52


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i know y'all read the "mashed potatoes" and thought "what the fuck is she on" but i PROMISE, mashed potatoes is the way to go with this recipe!!! try it and TELL ME IT DOESN'T TASTE LIKE HEAVEN

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you'll need:

> mashed potato mix (sometimes it's ok to be lazy)

> chicken fillet

> butter for frying

> flour


> 2 tbsp butter

> garlic (measure with your heart)

> 1.2dl chicken broth

> 3dl heavy cream

> 1tsp dijon mustard

> 1.2dl parmesan

> green beans (or whatever veggie you have at hand, but green beans are the best)

SEASONING: garlic and onion powder, paprika, smoked paprika, thyme, chili powder, salt&pepper, a lil cayenne powder

here's what your masterchef ass will do:

> slice the chicken in thin schnitzels, drown those hoes in seasoning and dip them in flour until covered

> fry the chicken with some butter and the green beans. set aside.

> put the butter for the sauce in the pan you fried the chicken in and sautè the garlic until you smell that heavenly garlic scent

> deglaze with the broth. let it reduce to about half the amount

> stir in the mustard and heacy cream while you make the mashed potatoes, let it cook for a lil bit

> stir the parmesan into the sauce and BOOM, your tastebuds will be in heaven

9. February 2024 10:37

NEW RECIPE ????????? this time we're making BAO BUNS strap in ladies and gents!!!

you'll need:

> 300g plain flour

> 5g dry yeast

> BIG pinch of salt & baking powder

> 20g sugar

> 1dl milk (tepid)

> 0.7dl water (tepid)

> 10ml neutral oil

NOTE: it's better that the water is slightly "too cold" than too warm. the yeast will still rise even if it's a little cold, however if it's too hot, the yeast DIES and you have to start all over again !!!

here's what u do

> have flour, salt, yeast, sugar and baking powder in a bowl, mix

> pour in the milk and water, mix

> pour in the oil, knead WELL (a kneading machine is a lifesaver)

> make a big bun with the dough, let rest for one hour in a bowl with a towel or plastic wrap on top, preferably somewhere warm

> roll the dough into a sausage, split into 8 buns, let rest for 10 mins

> roll the buns into ovals, brush some oil on the inside and fold

> put the buns in your steamer and let rest for about 45 minutes

> steam the buns covered for around 8 mins, DON'T open the steamer until the 8 mins are up !!!


7. December 2023 21:03

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7. December 2023 13:06

CREAMY CHEESY ZUCCHINI PASTA *moans* oops sorry i can't control myself it's just too good

you'll need:

> OPTIONAL: some chicken (or other form of protein)

> pasta of ur choice (tagliatelle is v good for this one)

> zucchini

> garlic (and chilipepper but it's optional)

> heavy cream

> butter

> parmigiano

> mozzarella (optional)

> also if you have any sad veggies in ur fridge, maybe u can use them too? we used our last bell pepper too, it was yum

> HERB LINE UP: oregano and basil, some parsley too if u have it

here's what you'll do

> cook ur pasta

> if using chicken, fry it on ur pan, then remove it (KEEP THE BROWN BITS)

> deglaze the pan with butter, throw in the garlic and/or chilipepper, and also the herbs. use lots of them. saute for a hot min

> throw in your diced zucchini (and if using more veggies, those too, saute until about halfway cooked thru

> pour in your heavy cream, i use 3 dl but do the amount you'd like. i love heavy cream. u can also switch out some of the heavy cream for whole milk

> throw in some grated parmigiano and (optionally) mozzarella or regular cheese

> mix in your pasta and chicken if using it.


21. November 2023 14:18

RED CURRY CHICKEN LADIES AND GENTLEMEN whip out your skillet and let's go

you'll need:

> chicken

> bell pepper

> green beans

> ginger and garlic

> lime

> a GOOD red curry paste

> coconut milk

> fish sauce

> rice

> SPICE LINE UP: turmeric, paprika, salt&pepper, basil, coriander

NOTES ON INGREDIENTS: for the vegans, the chicken can be substituted for any protein source you like, chicken is just what i use. ginger and garlic is best fresh, but you can get them in powder form if the budget is tight! for the veggies, you can really use anything you like. the world is your oyster

well what do you do?! i'll tell you baby

> throw in grated ginger and garlic in some coconut oil or olive oil and let it simmer a bit

> next, throw in the red curry paste and spices, let simmer to release all the wonderful flavors

> boil rice

> pour in coconut milk, a lil fish sauce and lime juice

> throw in the chicken and veggies, then let it cook until the chicken is cooked through.

> if it's not thick enough, you can mix some corn starch and water and pour in until you get your desired consistency!

and there you have it!! comically simple and tastes like you died and ascended to heaven, enjoy!!!!