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This 1st post in thread will be re-written. I just had to open up a thread. Had 10 or 11 P.M. to start it sooner or later, few even point it out in some threads.

So yea... Erm... I'll start what i had on OPForum - Thread where i'll post my recipes. Lets say 75% 'll be inspirational / taken / copied versions with my take on them and 25% will be original. First I thought of 50/50 % but I can't throw out all my secrets 

If i 'll have time i'll add my 1st recipe today. 

Hope people 'll read since those some asked for it :P


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Uwaahh! Post photos too please!


 
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@negatibuhige ... this 1 is just for you.

Usually when you go for a job interview, position of cook, chef or sous-chef, at least by my experience you MUST know how to make basic egg dishes. Sunny side up, fried, boiled, egg benedict, omelette and up from there to carbonara, frittata,...


Perfect Sunny side up eggs Kcal ~95/egg

Ingredients:
- 1-3 eggs/serving
- tbs olive oil
- salt

For ''perfect'' sunny side up you can't rush. First you need to warm up eggs, so take them out of the fridge about 1 hour before you want to make them. This is done so that yolks 'll be more runny.
Take a small nonstick pan and add oil. with a towel spread oil around the pan and remove extra oil. Remember 1/10th of an egg is fat so additional fat isn't really required. Heat up pan to low-medium. Crack eggs into the pan and cover with lid. When egg whites start to harden add salt over whites (to your taste). Cook until whites aren't runny anymore

Serve on plate and enjoy with breads and vegetables. My favorites are avocado, cherry tomatoes and protein bread.

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-Salt neutralizes the negative charges in the protein molecules and allows the proteins to bond (coagulate) at a lower temperature. Eggs become more tender and moist due to weaker bonds because of faster bonding. Thus we salt eggs later in cooking or when they are cooked. Unless you're making omelette where you want a stronger bond you salt before whisking.
- Use microwave to heat up your plate a bit otherwise eggs 'll go cold in less then 2 minutes - If you want to enjoy your breakfast and not eat like on marathon.

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Just for me :brook: :brook: And maaaan, I totally needed this! I can't make eggs like this xD I guess the key is warming up the egg. I always just take them out of the fridge and put them on the pan. Gotta preplan from now on /o/ Thank you so much for the detailed tips! Amateurs like me will be saved by this xD
Also, came for food and got chemistry :pikajoy: Uwaah. I guess food and nutrition stuff is half chemistry xD


 
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Personally I'd remove the avocado from the eggs and add bacon instead :pikajoy: But if I'd have to pick vegetables to eat with it then I'd use mushrooms.

But I didn't know that taking out the eggs an hour earlier would help so that's a nice trick.


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Ripperslo wrote:
Wed Nov 04, 2020 3:52 pm
@negatibuhige ... this 1 is just for you.

Usually when you go for a job interview, position of cook, chef or sous-chef, at least by my experience you MUST know how to make basic egg dishes. Sunny side up, fried, boiled, egg benedict, omelette and up from there to carbonara, frittata,...


Perfect Sunny side up eggs Kcal ~95/egg

Ingredients:
- 1-3 eggs/serving
- tbs olive oil
- salt

For ''perfect'' sunny side up you can't rush. First you need to warm up eggs, so take them out of the fridge about 1 hour before you want to make them. This is done so that yolks 'll be more runny.
Take a small nonstick pan and add oil. with a towel spread oil around the pan and remove extra oil. Remember 1/10th of an egg is fat so additional fat isn't really required. Heat up pan to low-medium. Crack eggs into the pan and cover with lid. When egg whites start to harden add salt over whites (to your taste). Cook until whites aren't runny anymore

Serve on plate and enjoy with breads and vegetables. My favorites are avocado, cherry tomatoes and protein bread.

Tips.:
-Salt neutralizes the negative charges in the protein molecules and allows the proteins to bond (coagulate) at a lower temperature. Eggs become more tender and moist due to weaker bonds because of faster bonding. Thus we salt eggs later in cooking or when they are cooked. Unless you're making omelette where you want a stronger bond you salt before whisking.
- Use microwave to heat up your plate a bit otherwise eggs 'll go cold in less then 2 minutes - If you want to enjoy your breakfast and not eat like on marathon.

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Bon Appétit



Wow, those eggs look very tasty.


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Talk about 1 month gap lol. I was really busy. 40 if not more job interview, WoW expension came out and now i'm updating kitchen xD... Lets put 1 out today anyway...

Making a good burger is an art. But 2 main ingredients are bun and meat. When it comes to bun i NEVER go with ''classic'' sesame bun which is high in fat and sugars. I prefer Potato or whole grain buns. Why... well potato buns don't intake insane amount of moisture so if your ingredients are watery based it wont go soggy AF. kinda same applies to whole grain although it will intake more moisture then potato. Also both are healthy alternative with potato actually stepping up in flavor - it boosts it to another level !
Then for meat you can choose any i guess. But you can never go wrong with beef...even if its undercooked (rare/medium) getting sick isn't really a big concern compared to pork or god help us chicken.
So lets go with beef. Forget about aged beef and better cuts/steaks is 1st thing (too pricey with medium impact on flavor). Meat should have at least 20% of fat mixed in it and best for that is shoulder, ground chuck is basically best for budget/taste ratio. You can play with custom blends as well where i would advise getting some know how before you try, then do try&error with %... cuts for this would be short rib, brisket, sirloin with combination of bacon.
Its also important your meat is twice grind and FRESH (unless you go for aged meat ofc but $$$ jumps a lot ^^)

Its also good to know which toppings go best with which meat and what combination of toppings to use. I mean there's a reason why when burger with tenderloin usually has mustard with seeds/onion jam, rocket/egg and chicken burger almost always has a spread of mayo or yogurt based dressing. Overall it also comes down to your preference so just go for whatever you like.

Basic Hamburger kcal: ~650/burger

Ingredients:
- 1 Bun
- 150g Beef
- veggies (mine has red onion, tomato & iceberg salad)
- cheddar cheese
- mayo&ketchup
- oil
- tsp of unsalted butter
- salt & pepper
- mineral water (optional)
- tsb of butter (optional)

i did say its ''basic'' so yea basic ingredients.

Lets get veggies out of our way...Wash them and cut them into slices. Its good to cut them thinly so when you're eating you feel and taste multiple layers.

When shaping the patty make it about 1cm bigger in width then bun, mainly due to shrinking of patty during the grilling. Also don't forget to make a small hole in middle, because burger will rise up. IF you're going with better cuts like sirloin etc, add tbs or 2 of mineral water and mix it well into the patty.
Now very important part... like with steaks same with beef patties... season the patty on EVERY side it doesn't have to be heavily seasoned < Think of toppings you'll add, a lot have salt in it > but you must season it all around.

Take a grill pan or even better cast iron skillet and heat it up. When its nice and hot start grilling your patty. Do decide if you want your burger rare, medium, well done or in between those.
Some temperatures and times. Do remember this varies by thickness and meat type and pan type. Also i recommend if meat isn't freshly grind that you make it well done. Supermarket meats aren't the best and you don't want to get sick

Rare: internal temp 50°C, 3 minutes per side
Medium rare: Internal temp 55-57°C, 4 minutes per side
Medium: Internal temp 62°C, 5 minutes per side
Medium well: internal temp 66°C, 6 minutes per side
Well done: Internal temp 70+°C, 7+ minutes per side

When the patty is nice and brown (not burn), flip it over. Add a bit of butter and let it cook to the end. At the end put cheese on the patty, add a sip of water into the pan and cover it with lid for about 15-25s.
Put patty aside and let it rest for a minute or two, just enough of time to deal with our bun. Slice it in half and spread the rest of butter on it. Place it in the pan you used to cook the patty and brown it. This wont need much time, so check from time to time, you don't want it burned.

All you got to do now is assemble it and eat it.

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does the pervy chef cook naked?


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Oh boi, keep it going sir. This is great.


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