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  • #610667

    Torah613Torah
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    I made a very nice spinach pie BH.

    Crust: 1.5 c flour, 1/2 c oil, 1/4 c water, 1 tsp salt, bake for 10 min at 375.

    Filling: 1 lb chopped spinach plus a handful more, melt in pot, mix in 13 slices American cheese, turn off fire, quickly mix in egg, pour into crust, bake for 1 hr at 350.

    #1007838

    writersoul
    Member

    Cheeeeeeeeeeesecake….

    I must have put on ten pounds from licking that bowl.

    #1007839

    Burnt Steak
    Participant

    Put together a very good salami sandwich. Put some garlic and pepper on it for added awesomeness. Topped it off with spicy mustard. I can say that it was superb.

    #1007840

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    I bought a doughnut.

    #1007841

    oomis
    Participant

    Stuffed cabbage, 2 veal marsalas, turkey legs, and I still have a lot more to go.

    Anyone have a fabulous recipe for a kugel made without eggs? We already have an oatmeal cranberry kugel, but I would love something else that would not cause a problem for my young grandson who is highly allergic to eggs, nuts, and seeds.

    #1007842

    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    OOM: That was efficient. 🙂

    Oomis: Wow!

    #1007843

    twisted
    Participant

    veg mock chopped liver, fried peas (leftover hydrated dried split peas) potato salad, butternut squash pie, and hope to get the honey cake done today also.

    #1007844

    rebdoniel
    Member

    Veal marsala is to die for, one of my favorite dishes. Thanks for giving me the idea of having it le kavod yom tov. Do you use Roland cooking marsala? It’s OU and available just about anywhere.

    #1007845

    rebdoniel
    Member

    Veal marsala is to die for, one of my favorite dishes. Thanks for giving me the idea of having it le kavod yom tov. Do you use Roland cooking marsala? It’s OU and available just about anywhere.

    #1007846

    heretohelp
    Member

    chicken wings

    #1007847

    grafpatotsky
    Participant

    oomis… would love the recipe for the veal marsala…. thanks!!

    #1007848

    oomis
    Participant

    I use Kedem, a whole bottle of the cooking marsala, one packet of onion soup mix, lots of minced garlic, a little Italian season (or at least some basil), and rosemary plus a little paprika. You can put new potatoes around it also. Cover and bake until fork-tender. The smell while cooking is one of the closest things to Shamayim that I can think of. Baking challah is another.

    #1007849

    funnybone
    Participant

    oomis, a kugel without eggs? try onion kugel. It’s a big hit whenever I make it!

    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/onion-kugel#post-254946 I use kapusta’s second recipe. Good luck!

    #1007850

    grafpatotsky
    Participant

    this is for a veal roast right… how long in the oven on 350??

    #1007851

    rebdoniel
    Member

    I use scalloppine/cutlets, dredge in flour, salt, pepper (use potato starch for Pesach), saute in olive oil and earth balance on both sides (not too long), and then in the pan drippings, add chopped shallots, garlic, an assortment of mushrooms, and Marsala. I allow this to reduce (the flour helps thicken) with the cutlets in the pan, and I finish with parsley. It works very well with boneless, skinless chicken thighs pounded into medallions, as well.

    #1007852

    yitayningwut
    Participant

    Yapchik

    #1007853

    WIY
    Member

    Remind me not to read these threads on an empty stomach.

    #1007854

    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    Today I made banana strawberry muffins, based on food.com’s easy moist banana blueberry muffins.

    These muffins are delicious and so easy to make! I get 24 muffins out of what they say is 12 muffins, using regular sized cupcake holders.

    3 large ripe bananas

    3/4 cups sugar

    1 egg, slightly beaten

    1/3 cup oil (instead of melted butter)

    1 cup whole strawberries (diced after measuring) (instead of blueberries) (You can even dice an apple and use it if you don’t have berries)

    1 teaspoon baking soda

    1 teaspoon baking powder

    1/2 teaspoon salt (omitted. Can’t tell the difference.)

    1 1/2 cups flour

    Directions:

    1. Mash bananas in a large mixing bowl. (I use a hand mixer)

    2. Add sugar and egg.

    3. Add oil and berries.

    4. Combine dry ingredients and gently stir into banana mixture. (hand mixer again)

    5. Fills 24 cupcake holders halfway. They grow when cooking so if you make them bigger they will spill over.

    Bake at 375 degrees for 20 minutes.

    #1007855

    wallflower
    Member

    Does anyone have the recipe for that two-minute microwave chocolate cake? I’m hungry and lazy! Thanks.

    #1007856

    streekgeek
    Participant

    @wallflower – google chocolate peanut butter mug cake novice chef

    Its an awesome recipe, and dairy too. Mmmmmmmmmm have me in mind please!

    #1007857

    oomis
    Participant

    I use a veal neck roast. 350 degrees for a couple of hours, check for fork-tenderness, and if needed continue baking for another half hour or so.

    #1007858

    haha Torah613 we had the same thought. I just made blueberry corn muffins yesterday that turned out really good! They were especially awesome served w/ vegetarian chili.

    Ingredients:

    1 cup cornmeal

    1 cup flour, all-purpose

    2 teaspoons baking powder

    1 1/2 cups water

    2 teaspoons honey

    1/4 cup vegetable oil

    1 teaspoon vanilla extract

    1 cup blueberries

    Stir all the dry ingredients, then mix in the liquid ones. Then fill your muffin tins and put in the oven at 400 for 20 min. There you go!

    #1007859

    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    Today I made 3 pumpkin pies (from an 8 lb raw pumpkin) and 4 apple pies. 🙂

    #1007860

    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    Pancakes! from allrecipes!

    1 cup all-purpose flour

    2 tablespoons white sugar

    2 teaspoons baking powder

    1 teaspoon salt

    1 egg, beaten

    1 cup milk

    2 tablespoons vegetable oil

    Mix the dry ingredients then pour wet ingredients in. Takes 15 min to make!

    #1007861

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    So much cooking and baking! At least it isn’t in my kitchen this time! http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/help-i-let-my-wife-into-the-kitchen

    #1007862

    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    That should have been on this thread.

    #1007863

    Bookworm120
    Participant

    Torah613Torah – I want to try that recipe so badly, and I’m always looking for a good crust! I’m waiting for a nice lasagna to come out of the oven, although I didn’t bake it. 🙂

    #1007864

    I use the recipe in Spice and Spirit. It’s really good and they are really puffy! Today I cooked leftovers.

    #1007865

    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    Bookworm: Do, it’s really good! And the crust is amazing – it’s very hard to make a mistake with it.

    When I was making pies I tried making the crust that the pie recipe came with, and it came out terrible.

    So instead, I used the spinach pie crust, but I took out the salt and put in a bit less than 1/4 cup of sugar. It turned into a delicious sweet crispy crust perfect for pies. 🙂

    Syag: Recipe for what?

    #1007866

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    Blast this all. I want pie.

    #1007867

    Bookworm120
    Participant

    @Torah613Torah – YUMMMM!

    #1007868

    rebdoniel
    Member

    I belong to a natural and organic food co-op in Brooklyn, and they have these great vegan seafood specialties, Sophie’s Kitchen (COR-Parve). I had the vegan calamari with spicy thick red sauce (with anchovy, pepperonicini flakes, and olive oil) for dinner, along with some Italian bread.

    #1007869

    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    Chicken soup

    Oatmeal raisin cookies

    French fries

    #1007870

    WIY, don’t read this on an empty stomach.

    #1007871

    shnitzy
    Member

    Peanut butter aaaaaaaaaand (wait for it folks) jelly!

    ~I sprinkled a bit of sugar on top..does that count?

    #1007872

    justsayin
    Member

    I doubt you cooked or baked that, but I did have some shnitzy and I must to say it was yummy

    #1007873

    shnitzy
    Member

    Hey! You could have just insulted a farmer big time!!

    What’s shnitzy?

    #1007874

    justsayin
    Member

    I had the ‘el’ kind. Not the ‘y’. I have yet to taste that…

    #1007875

    ihear
    Member

    I cooked someone’s goose today

    #1007876

    justsayin
    Member

    Just scared of an attack, I guess.

    #1007877

    shnitzy
    Member

    Ah, well, friendly warning about the y kind….

    you bite it…it BITES BACK!!!!

    #1007878

    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    Cheerios and milk

    #1007879

    Torah613Torah- you’ve got to give me the recipe… I always buy my cheerios, I didn’t know you can bake your own. 🙂

    #1007880

    twisted
    Participant

    cokush yeast cake

    Steamed yams

    steamed onion (for center of rolled tomato fish)

    preparations for tomorrow’s bialy baking.

    #1007881

    Bookworm120
    Participant

    I made cheesecake the other day. 🙂

    #1007882

    OURtorah
    Participant

    I baked challah LKAVOD SHABBIS KODESH!

    #1007883

    giggle girl
    Participant

    Wow! I haven’t been here in a while!

    Well, today I baked Challah for the very first time (I baked it with my mother) – let’s see how it comes out! I also baked a cake, peanut butter blossom cookies, an ice cream sandwich cookie cake, and now, I will IY”H start on a deli wrap! YUM!!! All L’Kavod Shabbos!

    Have a great Shabbos everyone 🙂

    #1007884

    Hey giigle girl!! Welcome back!!! So much time since weve seen you around!!

    #1007885

    I baked coffee cake. I don’t know how it came out. It’s in the oven now, but I can’t check on it because just after I put it in, my wife, Popa bar Abba, kicked me out of the kitchen so she could make picklebeer.

    #1007886

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    Picklebeer goes very well with coffee cake. I’ll let you all know how the coffee cake was after shabbos.

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