Recipe Thread - Now With Index In First Post

Postby sifter on Thu 15/May/08 9:07am

Is there a recipe thread on vorb? I couldn't find one, but I have this miraculous scone recipe to share:

4C self-raising flour (or 4C plain flour + 5t BP)
300mL cream
300mL lemonade (rinse out the cream bottle with it)

mix with a knife, cut into scone shapes, bake until golden brown at 220C

Eat hot, with lashings of jam and whipped cream :)

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I'll try to keep this updated... Bet the girly thread doesn't have one...

Apple sauce
Baked Potato (stuffed)
Bean burger (spicy)
Bread and butter pudding
Brownie // alt // alt (starch free) // In a cup!!!!
Brussel sprouts ?!
Brulee
Cannelloni (vegetarian)
Carrot cake
Chicken breast (stuffed)
Chicken fricassee
Chicken, Mole Poblano
Chicken, sweet chilli (slow cooker)
Chocolate and peanut butter swirl
Chocolate cake in a cup!
Chocolate chip cookies
Chorizo and creamy mushroom sauce linguine
Creamy prawn and chicken pasta
Curry (green, chicken)
Curry (minted lamb)
Custard // alt
Egg nog
Fish - Snapper Mexicana
Fish pie
Gelato
Gingerbread men
Green beer
Heavy multigrain bread
Hollandaise sauce
Honey polenta cake (gluten free)
Hot dogs
Kev's possum casserole
Kumara fries
Lamb korma
Lamb shanks // alt
Lasagne
Lemon marmalade
Mashed potato and kumara
Mexican chicken
Microwave chocolate cake in a cup!!!!!
Mince for nachos
Multigrain bread
Pancakes (failproof)
Rice // alt
Parsley salsa
Pasta (bacon and mushroom)
Pasta (broccoli and tuna)
Pasta (chicken and prawn)
Pasta (courgette)
Pasta (mince, baked beans and pineapple)
Pasta puttanesca (quick and easy)
Pasta (venison meatballs)
Pizza for kids
Pizza dough // alt (including toppings) // alt // alt
Popcorn, party popcorn
Protein cookie
Pumpkin and chocolate cake
(spicy) Pumpkin soup // alt
Race cakes
Roast potatoes
Roti
Sausage stew // alt
Scones // pinwheel
Soup (corn and chicken)
Texan cornbread pie
Tomato pie
Vegetarian nachos
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Postby dented on Thu 15/May/08 9:09am

Hey, good idea. While youre in the mood for sharing, and because Im a mong, could you please put up your failsafe custard instructions again please sifter.
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Postby thorg on Thu 15/May/08 9:09am

:pmob: could be made with beer rather than lemonade :eh:

just a thought :huh:
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RE: Recipe Thread

Postby scatter on Thu 15/May/08 9:10am

sifter wrote: Is there a recipe thread on vorb?

There sure is ;) :p
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RE: Recipe Thread

Postby neels on Thu 15/May/08 9:11am

sifter wrote: Is there a recipe thread on vorb? I couldn't find one, but I have this miraculous scone recipe to share:

4C self-raising flour
300mL cream
300mL lemonade (rinse out the cream bottle with it)

mix with a knife, cut into scone shapes, bake until golden brown at 220C

Eat hot, with lashings of jam and whipped cream :)


Sounds good, better than facking about with butter & milk, they're too expensive these days anyway, I'll have to try it tonight.
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Postby sifter on Thu 15/May/08 9:11am

Failsafe custard:

nuke 1 1/2C of milk for 2 minutes

stir 2 heaped T of custard powder into 1/2 C cold milk

Combine. Nuke (1 minute), stir. Nuke, stir. Nuke stir.

Add sugar to taste. Nuke and stir until you reach desired thickness :)
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RE: Re: Recipe Thread

Postby dented on Thu 15/May/08 9:12am

scatter wrote:
sifter wrote: Is there a recipe thread on vorb?

There sure is ;) :p

He meant in a forum that us dudes can see :hmmm:
edit: thanks sifter
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RE: Re: Recipe Thread

Postby sifter on Thu 15/May/08 9:13am

scatter wrote:
sifter wrote: Is there a recipe thread on vorb?

There sure is ;) :p


I figured as much... :blush: I did search on "recipe" and gave up after 2 pages...
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Postby Colin on Thu 15/May/08 9:14am

Custard

Make Edmonds custard (vanilla) to the recipe on the pack, but add in brown sugar - half the amount of the custard powder.

I use the meassuring jug - about the right size and shape.

Microwave in 30 sec bursts stirring between each. Keep going until it thickens up.
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RE: Recipe Thread

Postby VERT on Thu 15/May/08 10:37am

sifter wrote: Is there a recipe thread on vorb? I couldn't find one, but I have this miraculous scone recipe to share:

4C self-raising flour
300mL cream
300mL lemonade (rinse out the cream bottle with it)

mix with a knife, cut into scone shapes, bake until golden brown at 220C

Eat hot, with lashings of jam and whipped cream :)


im slightly confused to what the end result of this would be?
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RE: Recipe Thread

Postby inzane on Thu 15/May/08 10:39am

sifter wrote: Is there a recipe thread on vorb? I couldn't find one, but I have this miraculous scone recipe to share:

4C self-raising flour
300mL cream
300mL lemonade (rinse out the cream bottle with it)

mix with a knife, cut into scone shapes, bake until golden brown at 220C

Eat hot, with lashings of jam and whipped cream :)


Shouldn't you sift the flour first?? :p
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RE: Re: Recipe Thread

Postby sifter on Thu 15/May/08 10:43am

VERT wrote:
sifter wrote: Is there a recipe thread on vorb? I couldn't find one, but I have this miraculous scone recipe to share:

4C self-raising flour
300mL cream
300mL lemonade (rinse out the cream bottle with it)

mix with a knife, cut into scone shapes, bake until golden brown at 220C

Eat hot, with lashings of jam and whipped cream :)


im slightly confused to what the end result of this would be?


the scones (just like regular ones) or the eater (just like the "who ate all the pies" man...)? :blush:


inzane, quite so! :lol:
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Postby Henry Dorset Case on Thu 15/May/08 10:44am

sifter wrote: Failsafe custard:

nuke 1 1/2C of milk for 2 minutes

stir 2 heaped T of custard powder into 1/2 C cold milk

Combine. Nuke (1 minute), stir. Nuke, stir. Nuke stir.

Add sugar to taste. Nuke and stir until you reach desried thickness :)


I am a snob when it comes to custard, and believe that while it has its place, custard powder is not a substitute for the real thing, made with egg yolks and vanilla pods. Seriously, once you've had that you view bright yellow microwaved goo with suspicion.

I love cooking, when I have time to do it.
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Postby Henry Dorset Case on Thu 15/May/08 10:46am

thorg wrote: :pmob: could be made with beer rather than lemonade :eh:

just a thought :huh:


that has potential to be fucking awful doesnt it? Sugar, and the bitterness of the hops?

though, perhaps if you were doing cheese scones......? hmmmmmmmmm

might be worth a go. Perhaps with a wheat beer?
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Postby rachelr on Thu 15/May/08 10:53am

Henry Dorset Case wrote: I am a snob when it comes to custard, and believe that while it has its place, custard powder is not a substitute for the real thing, made with egg yolks and vanilla pods. Seriously, once you've had that you view bright yellow microwaved goo with suspicion.

:baaa: Making custard from scratch is also really easy - you can make it in 5-10 mins and you have to be seriously incompetent to end up with lumps.
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