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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by inanotherlife, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Mr.Arroz

    Mr.Arroz Staff Member

    Yassss!

    I recently tried braising for the first time a couple weeks back since my grocery shop started carrying inexpensive beef short ribs. I went for a keto recipe

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    after picking them up, and they came out yummy as hell. The searing really is key for getting the meat to break down and become mad tender.
     
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  3. I'm on my sixth week of using Gousto and my experience has been much the same. A '4 meal' box has 8 meals if you're single so I always have leftovers for lunch the next day, or I'll make the same dinner twice. I've lost 9lbs of 'lockdown weight' without really doing anything else.

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  4. Mr.Arroz

    Mr.Arroz Staff Member

    Made a lil riff on this today

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    https://zestfulkitchen.com/lamb-vindaloo-recipe/?r_done=1

    Rather recently, I've been going to the supermarket and picking new cuts of meat that I haven't extensively explored yet. I stopped in Whole Foods while out and found a few simmer sauces that I like, before settling on vindaloo, which I don't usually see, which called for pork or lamb shoulder, so I headed to pick up some lamb as I've only ever prepared it in ground form during Thanksgiving years ago. I then tried to find a recipe that would incorporate both elements to a certain degree, but played with the recipe/technique(s) a bit instead:

    - I used the simmer sauce as a marinade after slicing the shoulder into triangular chunks, adding some chili oil, cinnamon, red pepper flakes, cinnamon, garlic powder, diced onions, cayenne pepper, coarse black pepper, and ginger. I left it to marinate for 8 hours while out.
    - Next, heated 1 cup of coconut oil in a large pot, then added the marinated lamb, bringing it to boil over medium heat. I wanted a thicker consistency, so added 1/4 cup of tomato paste, curry powder, more turmeric, ginger, garlic + onion powder, and a slight sweetener to counter the heat from the chili oil + hot pepper flakes + cayenne pepper. I would've added some coconut milk but thought that would be more to a detriment rather than not. I left it on medium-low heat for 45-50 minutes, popping in every 5-7 to check sauce consistency and doneness.
    - It came out really well! The lamb itself was really tender and the sauce was fluid yet thick - I even had a second bowl with my usual toasted low-carb whole-wheat wraps as a substitute for rice/naan/chapati since it surprised me so much.

    Definitely wanna try new cuts/varieties after this. Pretty damn yummy!
     
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  5. I've been cooking korean, japanese, chinese, thai and moroccan dishes for the past two months from this website https://www.gousto.co.uk/cookbook - is it the same gousto?
     
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  6. It is! Each week you choose 4 recipes from the weekly menu and the box you get delivered has all the ingredients and the recipe cards for what you chose.
     
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  7. I looove cooking the recipes they're so well structured and I actually enjoy going to the market to buy all the ingredients. I'm now at the point where I mix and match recipes, queen of the kitchen tbh.
     
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  8. Mr.Arroz

    Mr.Arroz Staff Member

    My local shop recently started stocking oxtail more frequently, so I made this today:

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    https://metemgee.com/2013/04/10/oxtail-stew-jamaican-oxtail-stew/

    I added a jerk sauce to the marinade, and then a jerk seasoning once the oil + water were brought to a boil. Only slow cooked for an hour since I had about 1/3 the stated meat!
     
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  9. I'll never get over Rachel Khoo calling her online thing Khoollect.

    Also I hate how much I want to know what went down between those two Hemsley sisters.
     
  10. I just cooked this, again from gousto nn


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    I didn't nail the fries' thinness and my spicy mayo was made with leftover chipotle peppers (rip tongue) but everything else... YUM
     
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  11. I got the book Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat delivered today and I fully recommend it. It’s such an insightful book into how you can turn yourself into a better cook by mastering those 4 elements.
     
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  13. I'm screaming that I've been cooking a dieting website's recipes for months and thinking 'who sells coconut cream (15ml satchet)?
     
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  14. ( A red flag though should've been when the portions for 4 were eaten by us two in one sitting)
     
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  15. Currently cooking this vegan 'minced meat' pasta again!

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