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The Hungry Freaks Cookbook - Part Two
Dangerous Kitchen Du Jour*
Place Kielbasa or Smoked Sausage pieces on top of potatoes.
Drain Saurkraut of most of the vinegar, and cover meat with kraut.
Sprinkle a small handful (about the size of a half-dollar) of caraway seeds over the kraut.
Cover the pot securely, and simmer on stovetop for 2 - 3 hours at low heat.
Serves 4 - 6 Hungry Freaks.
SOFA In the Night of the Iron Sausage
Heat large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add sausage, onion and garlic and sauté until sausage is cooked through; about 10 minutes. Add tomatoes with juices to pan. Simmer with occasional stirring until sauce thickens slightly; about 10 minutes. Stir in pesto. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Lightly oil 13 x 9-inch glass baking dish. Combine pasta, spinach, mozzarella and 1/3 cup Parmesan cheese in large bowl. Stir in hot tomato sauce. Transfer mixture to prepared baking dish. Sprinkle remaining 2/3 cup Parmesan cheese over. Bake until sauce bubbles and cheeses melt; about 30 minutes.
BL(Pat) Chicken's Revenge
from BL's significant other Ingredients:
Heat frying pan over medium/high heat. Add chicken, onions, garlic, and green pepper and stir occasionally. If browning too quickly turn down to medium. When onions are shiny and translucent, add the broccoli. Cover and continue cooking for 5 mins. Once chicken is cooked, add curry paste and stir to coat all the other ingredients. Add the coconut milk and sugar and bring to boil. Once boiling, turn down to med/low and let simmer for 5 mins with lid on. Just before serving add the cilantro and serve dish over basmati rice
For the rice:
Bring rice, water, chicken stock, apricots and raisins to boil. Put lid on and turn to low. Cook for approximately 20-25 mins or until liquid is absorbed.
BL Iron Sausage Balls
MM7 Galoot La-sa-ga-na
MM7 Strat Vindaloo For the Marinade
Heat the oil and fry the meat over a medium high heat until browned. Add the vinegar and cook for 5 minutes on high, reduce the heat and simmer gently for 45 mins - 1 hour, until the meat is tender. Serve hot with Jeera Rice. Jeera Rice
Add a couple of teaspoons of cumin (ground or whole, your choice) to your rice along with the water. Cook as usual and server with butter or ghee. Notes: Hot spices can be modified. The amount in this recipie is quite exhilarating to me, but more could be added. All the spices need not be ground or can be purchased in a ground form and combined. Same with the aromatic vegetables (onions and garlic) It will still turn out quite good with an intriguing apple fragrance. The vinegar becomes quite mellow.
DebK Side Dishes Call Any Vegetable and Muffin Man Baked Goods
"Ah, what can I say? What can a person like myself say to a vegetable?" But the answer is simple, my friends . . . just call . . . and tell them how you feel....and then slip them into a pot of boiling water!!!! Yummy! Keeps ya regular! Call Any Vegetable Salad Bar What have you got in the kitchen? Make up a salad bar with the good stuff you have. Serve buffet style and let everybody assemble whatever ingedients they desire. Why is a vegetable something to hide? When they are yummy and fresh, there is no reason to! In a large bowl place interesting salad green, not just iceberg lettuce, please! A little romain, some radicchio, spinach, dandelion greens, you name it! All cut into bite-sized pieces, of course. Around and next to your bowl arrange plates and platters filled with the following:
Raw vegetables cut into bite sized pieces such as: broccoli, cauliflower, cucumber, zucchini, radishes, scallions or red onion, avocado, tomatoes, mushrooms, jicama, grated raw carrots, grated raw beets, sprouts, cooked beans or sliced cooked potatoes, toasted pumpkin or sunflower seeds, diced tofu (if you are adventurous, try smoked, it's pretty good), shredded or crumbled cheese (cheddar, mozzarella, blue, etc), a bowl of cottage cheese, sliced hard cooked eggs, croutons, crisp crumbled bacon Dressings: cruets of oil and red wine vinegar, italian, creamy garlic, 1000 Island etc. Home made is the best, but if your pressed for time oil and vinegar with a little oregano can be delicious, especially since you have so many other wonderful things to eat in your salad. A fancy dressing is not required. With this and perhaps a hearty soup, you have everything you need for the Hungry Freaks in your house. Bon appetito!
DebK Of course... Muffin Man's Blueberry Muffins
(courtesy of Mama Muffin)
MM7 A Little Green Rosetta Desserts
Sweet treats that put the "eyebrows" on any meal I don't know how many recipes you have for Lumpy Gravy, but here's one for that old southern favorite... Chocolate Lumpy Gravy
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