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  • #641641

    anonowriter
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    pearl – thanks.

    now I just gotta cook it all.

    as i’ve stated other times, i don’t usually work with recipes. i can tell you ingredients, and you can measure them, or base them on similar recipes that you have.

    Mango-Apple Crumble

    (read whole recipe through so you can know your amounts – all depends on how much you’re making)

    equal amounts flour and sugar + a little more sugar (makes the crisp crispier…)

    add canola oil bit by bit till you have a crumbly mixture, mixing with for or fingers.

    sprinkle in cinnamon – mix a bit more.

    dice apples and mangoes. (can be big chunks or small)

    press half of crumble on bottom of pyrex dish. (aluminum gives a metallic taste to apples)

    top with apples, then mango.

    crumble on rest of crumble.

    bake on 350 for an hour (ovens vary, so you have to check)

    I get rave reviews on this dish.

    And it’s quite hard to spoil it, even without a recipe. unless you burn it…

    the coffee caramel ice cream is not really homemade. i take coffee ice cream, soften it, and add caramel sauce (bought) and some espresso syrup (chocolate syrup mixed with instant coffee or espresso powder) and some chopped roasted hazelnut ice cream topping. stir in, but don’t completely mix and refreeze. can be made dairy or parve.

    the only time i make parve coffee ice cream is pesach. Maybe i’ll share my recipe then (that’s a real recipe, but it’s with my pesach stuff)

    the tofutti coffee pops are store bought. and they are really good.

    #641642

    anonowriter
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    oh, and ames – my chicken pastrami this week was about $16.50

    And I usually make the hot pastrami instead of serving deli (this week i’m having some bochurim as guests, so i’m making deli roll as well)

    #641644

    mazal77
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    Anonwriter- that is quite an impressive menu. Thanks for sharing the 2 receipes. The apple mango crumble sounds delicious and easy :). Where can you find parve caramel that you put in the coffee ice cream?? I know Baker’s choice had it, but haven’t seen in the stores in a while. I am also interested in you roast and creamed mushrooms receipe. If you can please post how you make that one, it would be appreciated

    theprof1- thatYaptzik sounds like a yummy receipe. Meat and potatoes – perfect together!!

    #641645

    diamond2
    Member

    wow! all these recipes sound heaven!!

    #641646

    This is what ME and mom are making(that was for mazal)Friday night:

    *Chicken Soup

    *fish

    *rice

    *peas with meat

    *fasulya with meat

    *veal roll ups

    *chicken with stringbeans

    *potatoes

    *pastrami roast

    *potatoe mechshe

    *humid

    *spare ribs

    Shabbat day:

    *salad

    *maza (kibbeh, lehemagene)

    *spaghetti and chicken

    *hamin

    Asdfghjkl and qwertyuiop lookin forward

    #641647

    qwertyuiop
    Member

    syriansephardi: i can’t wait, sounds yummmmmmmmm.$

    #641648

    Qwertyuiop: ditto 🙂

    #641649

    qwertyuiop
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    did you start making the hamin yet??$

    #641650

    YW Moderator-72
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    well, It’s time for me to do the Shabbos shopping. See you in the store.

    #641651

    Qwertyuiop: no way!!! That goes on the blech a few min before shabbat!!! And we cook on friday, not thurs night!

    #641652

    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    syriansephardi: i can’t wait!!! sounds so yummmmy!!! yipeeeeeeeeeee!!!

    anonowriter: wow awesome menu!! sounds delicious!!!

    #641654

    anonowriter
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    mazal – i’m not at home now, so i don’t remember which company made the caramel. it could even be bakers choice. i stocked up on stuff a while ago (newlyweds get 20% off in the coop) and even though it’s almost 3/4 of a year later, i still have some stuff…

    roast w/ creamed mushrooms:

    chop onions.

    slice mushrooms (i like baby bella)

    spray pan.

    place onions and mushrooms on bottom.

    sprinkle with garlic and salt.

    place roast on mushrooms and onions.

    rub on 2 cloves minced garlic.

    sprinkle salt and pepper (freshly ground is awesome).

    cover pan.

    bake on 400 for 2-2/12 hours (depending on size of roast)

    cool in fridge for a few hours or overnight.

    take out roast from pan and slice against the grain.

    mix in 1 1/2 – 2 tbs cornstarch (again, depends on amount of liquid) into the gravy. add 1/2 cup parve milk (can add more if you like). mix again.

    place gravy in oven on 400 for about twenty minutes.

    add slices meat back to pan and bake on 400 for one more hour. (make sure pan is tightly covered)

    it’s really good! i gave this recipe to someone and she added white wine to the mixture. i’m not such a fan of adding wine to my food, but if you are, she said it gives it an awesome flavor.

    #641655

    Asdfghjkl: yup!!!!!! Guest house is all ready for u guys!!

    #641656

    anonowriter
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    ames – $16.50 was chicken pastrami. not too big, but a good size for chulent. the regular pastrami started in the mid twenties (depending on the size).

    And this was in Shloime’s. Coop is usually cheaper (jackson coop)

    #641657

    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    syriansephardi: yay!!!!!!!!!!!!

    #641658

    Asdfghjkl: minhas at 519 don’t be late

    #641659

    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    ames: try pomagranit, they got everything!!!

    syriansephardi: i’ll be there real soon!!!

    #641660

    torahtziva
    Member

    This is how to spell Pomegranate, asdfghjkl.

    #641661

    qwertyuiop
    Member

    syriansephardi: i’m leaving really soon, i can’t wait.$

    #641663

    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    torahtziva: ha thanx for the spelling lesson!!!

    #641665

    SJSinNYC
    Member

    Friday night we are having:

    Salmon (havent decided what type)

    1 whole turkey

    Potatoes roasted with the turkey

    Stuffing

    Sauteed zucchini

    Shabbos lunch is leftovers and a salad.

    #641666

    22OldGold
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    We normally have on Friday night Challah, fish, soup, chicken and potatoes (not kugel), and a vegetable with desert. Shabbos lunch is salads and fish, cholent and potato kugel, and a vegetable.

    #641667

    JayMatt19
    Participant

    Friday Night

    Nile perch

    Fake rotisserie chicken (made in a crock pot)

    Oven fried sesame chicken

    Mushroom Rice

    Fanned sweet potatoes

    Salad

    Dessert

    #641668

    SJSinNYC
    Member

    I can only make a whole Turkey when my mother comes because I do not know how to carve it 🙂 (and yes, its the cheap turkey I got thanksgiving time LOL – I love Thanksgiving food!)

    #641669

    shindy
    Member

    Friday night

    gefilte fish

    chicken soup with knaidlach

    chicken with some bottle sauce

    potato kugel

    lukshen kugel

    coleslaw

    salad

    chocolate cake and home made apple sauce

    Shabbos lunch

    gefilte fish or chopped liver

    eggs with tzibbel (onion)

    choulent

    salad and coleslaw

    choc. cake and home made apple sauce

    #641671

    moish01
    Member

    i’m so happy for your (usually deprived) husband, ames

    #641675

    Jax
    Member

    ames: i’m happy to hear you out the potato kugel in the chulent as I taught you!!! 🙂

    #641676

    lgbg
    Member

    Does anyone know a good Chicken Wellington recipe?

    Would like it for this shabbos please.

    thank you

    #641677

    areivimzehlazeh
    Participant

    mom has a great one. basics are broccoli mixture, then cutlet, then mushroom mixture- roll in Mechel’s pastry dough. I know- i’m a big help 😉

    I think the key to a good taste (not bland) is to put garlic powder on the cutlet and enough duck sauce on top of the dough

    g’luck & njoy

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