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Weird recipes thread
« on: June 05, 2013, 02:08:30 PM »
Post your weird recipes here for other people to try.

Here's mine:
Chicken breast cut into cubes, crushed sausage and cheese. Mix them all together[1] in a wok and cook. Make sure the cheese is completely melted before consuming. You might also want to try adding in some ketchup and mustard.
It looks disgusting (IMO that's one of its few downsides, along with the fact that it's not very healthy), but it's good.
 1. With spices of your choice, salt, et cetera.
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Re: Weird recipes thread
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2013, 02:11:43 AM »
jelly and cheese sandwich

Fairly simple: grape jelly on one slice of bread and slices of Velveeta cheese (I cut them about 3/8ths of an inch thick - best estimate without measuring) in a single layer covering the other slice of bread. Close by putting the jelly slice on the cheese slice since the cheese doesn't stick to the bread.

I have also done jelly and cheese crackers: Ritz or Townhouse crackers with slices of Velveeta cheese trimmed (somewhat) to match the cracker (usually 1 Velveeta slice will cover 2 Townhouse crackers). Jelly on top. Eat. (I don't cover with a second cracker.) This gives me a crunchy version of jelly and cheese.
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Re: Weird recipes thread
« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2013, 03:15:15 AM »
simple surprisingly tasty mix

1. mix a can of smoked oysters (in oil) into a family portion of buttery mashed spud

......and for those who know how to use vegemite properly

2. toast ...multigrain (soy linseed works well)
spread with avocado plus vegemite or promite (if you prefer a little sweeter) and mung bean shoots.

3. a spread/dip

tahini (hulled sesame seed paste)
heaps (and I mean shitloads) of crushed garlic
add tamari (or ordinary soy sauce makes an acceptable substitute)
add lemon juice    ....nb  .....lemon juice will cause the paste to thicken so you tricklingly add water to loosen the mix to desired consistency

add all to taste

this is a very tangy delicious dip or spread 
great with toasted turkish bread or lebanese wraps also a great condiment with felafels, souvlakis kebabs fish or salads (particularly beetroot salads)






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Re: Weird recipes thread
« Reply #3 on: June 06, 2013, 04:51:34 AM »
Baked beans on rice.

Very simple, cook the rice, cook the baked beans and put the beans on top of the rice. You can substitute the rice for pasta. It's surprisingly nice.


Seppuku's Infamous Noodle Burger

All you need is:
Rocket and/or spinach
Buns
Burger - can be beef, lamb, duck, pork
Curry Ketchup (if German then better)
Mayonaise (if German or Polish then better)
Bacon
Sliced Cheese (I use havarti, edam or gouda)
Super Noodles or noodles cooked in soy sauce

Probably not that healthy, but surprisingly, noodles work in a burger.
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Re: Weird recipes thread
« Reply #4 on: June 06, 2013, 09:55:41 AM »
chicken thigh fillets   
well fried with soy sauce in a lightly oiled pan

goes well with steamed greens 
on a rice bed 
pour on the juices
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