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Old 09-24-2008, 09:05 PM   #61
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Ok, I got the BEST .....wait for it.......BAKED FLAN!

here ya go....


Ingredients:
6 eggs
1 can sweet condensed milk (la Lechera)
1 can of regular milk ( use the same can as condensed milk and fill with reg milk)
vanilla
lots of sugar

Directions:
First mix all six eggs together in a large bowl. then add both of the milks and a splash of vanilla.
Meanwhile in a sauce pan pour about 1 1/2 to 2 cups of sugar. mix until all the sugar melts and all the hard clumps are gone( The sugar will carmelize). (remember to never stop stirring or the sugar will burn)Once the sugar is completely melted add a couple splashes of water to help thin out the caramel. pour the caramel into a 9X9 glass pan making sure to spread the caramel all over the bottom. Pour in the egg and milk filling. Cover with foil paper and poke holes in the paper. Put in oven at 350 deg. for 45 min. you know its done when you poke it with a fork and it comes out clean.

Number Of Servingsepending how you cut the servings

Preparation Time:15 min


If you like flan.......enjoy.
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Old 09-25-2008, 09:29 PM   #62
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Need more recipes. Who has something good for dinner & relatively simple (with chicken or beef preferably).

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*do an absorption boil of about a cup or 2 of rice (absorption for those who may not know is 1.5 times the water to rice. so 1 cup rice + 1.5 cups water) bring to boil then simmer on the lowest heat possible with lid on for 15 minutes or until all absorbed.
*get about 700gm (depending on how many people you're feeding) of skinless chicken breast. Cut it into thick slab sizes (or whatever) and start browning in a pan. brown the chicken with onion flakes or diced onion, so it gets all brown and overdone. chuck in a healthy dose of chopped red capsicum - as much as you feel like eating, really. sprinkle with dried italian herbs.
*the rice - now you want to pour some dried italian herbs on this too and stir in 1 chicken stock cube and a vege stock cube. don't add water. grind on some cracked pepper. stir really well and then fill the rest of the pot with shredded spinach. let it cook down, once done it is all ready to serve up.


ok, so i made this up the other day and it lacks a name, proper measurements and many other things - but it IS absolutely delicious. i may make it again today, except i don't have anymore capsicum or spinach. i spose i could use carrot and stuff. be careful the rice doesn't burn with this.
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Old 10-02-2008, 03:59 AM   #63
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for me TORTAS DE JAMON!

one or two slices of ham and /or meat
cheese of your choice
cut lettuce, tomato avocado or/and fresh cut jalapenos --if desired--
nice cutted bread
smear on mustard and mayo

and Bob's your uncle..........

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ooh, how did i miss this the first time round. we do need a cooking forum. it could be called "eat to get slimmer"

i miiiiight be willing to share some of my recipes, though my turkey recipe is staying in the vault, sorry! (i'm up way too late and i've got thanksgiving dinner on my mind now that it's october)
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Old 10-02-2008, 05:13 AM   #65
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1. Pick up phone
2. Dial pizza delivery place
3. Order pizza
4. Wait for pizza delivery guy/girl to arrive
5. Pay
6. Eat pizza
You don't get it on with the pizza girl?

Because that's a good recipe.
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You don't get it on with the pizza girl?

Because that's a good recipe.
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1 Tea bag
1 Generous pourage of milk
1 Teaspoon of sugar
Plethora of Hot Water

Place Tea bag in mug. Add Generous pourage of milk. Add Hot water to desired height. Add Teaspoon of sugar. Stir until you are content that all is well. Drink!
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Ok, I got the BEST .....wait for it.......BAKED FLAN!

here ya go....


Ingredients:
6 eggs
1 can sweet condensed milk (la Lechera)
1 can of regular milk ( use the same can as condensed milk and fill with reg milk)
vanilla
lots of sugar

Directions:
First mix all six eggs together in a large bowl. then add both of the milks and a splash of vanilla.
Meanwhile in a sauce pan pour about 1 1/2 to 2 cups of sugar. mix until all the sugar melts and all the hard clumps are gone( The sugar will carmelize). (remember to never stop stirring or the sugar will burn)Once the sugar is completely melted add a couple splashes of water to help thin out the caramel. pour the caramel into a 9X9 glass pan making sure to spread the caramel all over the bottom. Pour in the egg and milk filling. Cover with foil paper and poke holes in the paper. Put in oven at 350 deg. for 45 min. you know its done when you poke it with a fork and it comes out clean.

Number Of Servingsepending how you cut the servings

Preparation Time:15 min


If you like flan.......enjoy.
I find many things wrong with your efforts here.....

Having just spent the last 3 nights making brule, creme anglaise, pastry cream, mousse, ice cream, and flan in massive quantities, I gotta say I don't like this recipe (all of the above are basically the same thing, it's just a matter of how you cook it and what you add to it at the end).

Poke flan with a fork Just give it a shake after 45 minutes. If it's not liquidy in the middle of the pan, it's done. One your flan is cool, flip it over onto a plate and watch the caramel drip all over the side :yum:

One change....add water to your sugar before you cook it, not after. Probably a 3 to 1 ratio of sugar over water. Without water you're going to get nothing but a huge burnt mess to clean up on the bottom of your pot. A tablespoon or so of corn syrup will help to make sure your sugar won't crystallize on you. Cook until you get a light caramel color. The liquid will be about 240 degrees so be careful! Immediately place the caramel into the pan you're going to use to cook your flan in. Hot sugar continues to cook even when it's not on heat so it's best to work quickly to get it out of the pot and into the pan. Oh and never ever stir cooking sugar. You'll crystallze it for sure. Pour sugar in a pot with water, wash down the sides of the pot with your hand and obviously some water. After you turn on the stove, don't touch the pot with any tool for any reason! Just let it cook to a nice light caramel color and you're done.

/Chef ARW's lecture for the night.....
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