I'm trying to get into eating various kinds of greens (collard, mustard, kale, etc). I have a pretty good recipe for collards, but I'm looking for more recipes. Preferably ones that aren't loaded down with high fat sauces (not that I have anything against it, just it defeats the purpose, imo).
Oh wow, somebody reacted to a year and two month old post of mine. D:
Might be a smart idea to check the dates next time.
Anyway for a Chinese dish I guess you could go for fried rice.
I usually cook some rice until the water is gone. Let it cool a bit, stir-fry some eggs, add some random vegetables finely chopped (leeks for example), also add finely chopped ham and add some garlic.
I stir fry that entire mix for a bit and then I throw in the rice and mix it all together. Sometimes I add a bit of soy-sause.
I based it on something Chinese I ate once.
I did check the dates, just not the right one. The one I looked at said I was about 8 days past the post.
Hey Nektu, I need some help with a new dish I'm making. Basically it's a dish without vegetables because in my country people always use vegetables like OH MAN VEGTABLES. Basically I want to make a nice meal without that stuff to be more unique.
At the moment it's prepared like this:
Take a schnitzel and cut it in small pieces of 1 by 1 cm. Put them in a bowl and add olive oil. Use your hands to spread the oil (massage the meat).
Add some beef spices and salt and proceed with the massage until the spices and oil are spread somewhat equally among the meat.
Next take some pommes parisiennes (tiny potatoes) and add some bbq spices.
Bake both the pieces of meat and the pommes parisiennes.
That's it. Currently the plate is about 2/3th filled. Something is missing (obviously some kind of vegetable), what can I do to fill this hole?
At the same time I need some decoration tips, what kind of things can I do to decorate the dish? For example using tomatoes or lemon?
EDIT: Also I'm planning to display them separate (left goes meat, right goes potatoes). How about mixing the meat and potatoes? Possible? More awesome? Or does it mix the taste and ruin the dish.
I know you were asking Nektu, but I can't help it.
I think some sauted mushrooms could go great with the dish you're looking for. You could try and cook them with the beef, in which case they would take the flavor of the meet, or you could simply sautee them seperate, which, IMO, would fit your surviving idea surving them in three strips.
If you are going to mix them all together, some diced cooked tomatos would fit visually. Alternatly, you could try some sort of mixed veg medley, preferably with diced carrots and peas.
That said, a general question:
Does anyone have any good chinese or indian dishes? I'm trying to expand my skillbook.