Discussion in 'Adventure, Hiking, Backpacking and Travel' started by anrkst6973, Jun 17, 2018.
Goin down southaways...this popped up in a food magazine mein beloved reads. She likes it, I cooks it.
Sopa de Fideos.
Full list of ingredients, including 3 chicken breasts diced fine.
The onion,garlic, tomatoes, chili pepper, and spices need to be chunky salsa in texture. I used a food processor on the pulse setting...
To the ever evolving (improving) breezeway cook station!
You cant cook tomatoes in it! It'll ruin the seasoning! Uh Huh....
Mexican Chicken Noodle Soup. So easy guys! Puree in, 2-3 minutes. Chicken in, 5-6 minutes. Chicken broth in, simmer 6-8 minutes. Noodles in, simmer additional 11-12 minutes. Mildly spicy ,garnish with avocado and lime wedges.
What do you think?
Prepare yourself... for the Thai Coconut Curry...of Doom!!
In the beginning..
A little something to go with some chicken and shrimp..
The sun is shining, a mice breeze is blowing...Let's go outside!!
Just 35 minutes to bring this to table...
Better hurry boys...the mob is putting it away as fast as I can ladle it out!
Look good as always!
Well of course we went from sunny n breezy to grey and dreary...
But soon,very soon, it will be warm n sunny and we'll all want to be outside right?
This is adapted from "Sopa de Albondigas". (Honduran meatball soup)
You'll need some spices. (Pre-mix is fine,the recipe is on pinterest. )
It calls for beef broth, I made 1 portion here and used 1 canned...
Just a couple of canned ingredients..
Well,it just wouldn't be fun cooking without friends around right?
I used these, but a 1/2 block of hamburger would work just as good.( It would stay frozen longer too. )
So you just brown the meatballs...
Then add your vegetables, beef broth, and spices, simmer for 12-15 minutes, and serve it.
So easy. You could do this on a Coleman sitting on a dock. Grab the kids (or grandkids ya grouchy old geezers) and find a place to go....why sit around in the house?!!
Let's do...crazy. whadda ya say?
Lemon Chicken Picatta. Souped up of course, wouldn't be fun any other way.
Start by mixing these,
Some noodles, cooked 9 minutes, drained,rinsed,then coated by several cloves of mammoth garlic browned in butter
Prepping some vegetation (not in the original recipes at all. )
and put a thin coating on your chicken.
There is some doggie weirdness goin on in my kitchen..
Brown your chicken, butter and olive oil. Then rest it but leave the scrapings in the pan
Then saute your veg, small bits of butter,seasoning, and with a lid. Just to "mostly done". Then pour in 3/4 cup of chicken stock,1/4 dry white wine,1/4 lemon juice, a couple of tablespoons of capers and go to high simmer 5-7 minutes.
Nest your chicken in,top with thin lemon slices,parsley, and a couple sprigs of rosemary. Reduce to low simmer another 7-8 minutes...put it on the table. Not hard to do and just full of unique zesty flavors.
Oh man! You had me at capers!
...and now I’m hungry. Do you deliver? It all looks delicious man!
What sounds good on a cool evening but is fast and easy? How about Shrimp Scampi with some New Orleans spice?
These should do the trick
These to soup it up..
I like these, shelf stable and practically pre measured..
Its American made steel. No fear.
I did this one with a buttery roux...
25 minutes...let the devouring begin!
I really like how all the ingredients are simple but the title sounds imposing. You make cooking look easy!
it is easy, Guarantee you there are a lot of “make a reservation/sit down/ eat by dim candlelight so you can’t see your tiny little portion of food” places that don’t want you to figure that out.
Goin Low n Slow. Greek Pork with Peppers,Olives, and Onions.
Mi Amore found this recipe and wanted to know if I'd take a bash at it...
Start with these
1/2 cup of these
1 cup of these presoaked in chicken broth
and these peppers for a nice touch of color...
It says pork shoulder but...
These are much nicer.
Is this "bushcrafty'er" enough for me to be in the club?
It says to pull the meat and shred it, then mix it back in. Because I did find a small amount of stuck on in the pot I went this route. It was definitely flavorful and not what I was expecting. Good and zingy.
The club needs a president. You were nominated. Good luck.
This threads awesome. Strig you need to get his forum status changed to head chef !