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Post  Chimiko [lea] on Fri Apr 17, 2009 3:27 pm

Here's the place to talk about cooking, eatin', food in general and of course you can share recipes!

And since we talked about it again yesterday, I'm going to start with my recipe for:

CCC (cherry-cheesecake)

I. cake-base
  • 100 g butter
  • 1-2 eggs
  • 2 level teaspoons of sugar
  • touch of salt
  • 200 g flour


II. cheese-cream
  • ~50-100 ml milk
  • 150 g sugar
  • 2 level spoonfulls of custard powder (vanilla taste)
  • 150 g cherries (sweet or sour, what you like better; I prefere sour ^^)[u]
  • 500 g quark
    OR
  • 400 g fresh cheese or mascarpone and add a little more milk to it


I. Melt the butter and add it to the egg(s), then add sugar, salt and flour.
Knead until the ingredients are well mixed and the dough becomes smooth.
Roll it and fit it in a greased ringform-pan. If you want to, make a little more dough
so you get a higher crust, but it works just fine if you only have the base. You can
also use leftover douch to make small crumbles! Smile
Prickle the surface of the cake-base with a fork several times. Bake the base at 180°C
for about 10-15 minutes. The base should almost be ready baked, so it depends on
how thin you rolled it out.

II. While that, mix milk and custard powder, add the sugar, then add this to the quark
(or fresh cheese). Mix it well, then mix the cherries under it.
Put the cherry-cheese-cream onto the base, add crumbles, if you made some, then
bake for another 15 minutes. Should the cream get too dark to fast, cover it with a
piece of aluminium foil.

If you don't want to make your own cake-base, you can use a finished product and
just follow the instructions in part II.
If you want a more sweet base, you can use/make a sponge/biscuit cake base.

Enjoy!
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Re: Top Favourite Recipes

Post  Spawny on Sat Apr 18, 2009 3:17 pm

Pizza bolognaise (or w/e you write it) from Aldi

Needed: the pizza itself.
An oven

Preparations: Heat your oven with warm "breeze" thingy on 200 C°

Making it: Put it in and put a timer on 10 - 12 min

Result: yummy pizza which didnt take long to make and is great ^_^

beat that chimiko :p
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Re: Top Favourite Recipes

Post  Becca (lea) on Sat Apr 18, 2009 6:16 pm

Pizza Soup

1 green pepper
1 yellow onion
1 potato
3 large tomatoes
3 tablespoons butter or margarine
4 cups water
1 teaspoon oregano
1 teaspoon garlic powder
grated mozzarella cheese
sliced French bread

Cut pepper, onion, potato and tomatoes into bite sized pieces. Saute in butter in a large pot.

Add water, oregano and garlic powder, cook on low heat for one hour.

Put a slice of bread into each bowl, pour soup over it.

Put cheese over the top and let it melt.

Enjoy!

I always put browned italian sausage in my soup, but for those that are vegetarians you can just leave it out.

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Re: Top Favourite Recipes

Post  Spawny on Mon Apr 20, 2009 2:11 pm

my recipe goes quick and is done w/o real work in 15 min +/-

ima stick with mine :p
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Ah, Bolognaise!

Post  Chimiko [lea] on Wed Apr 22, 2009 10:02 pm

Spawny wrote:beat that chimiko :p

It's about eating, not about beating Wink

But speaking of Bolognaise - here's my sauce recipe:

500g minced meat
250 ml tomato purée
2 small onions
1 sweet pepper
1 carrot
1 tablespoon of garlic oil
Salt
Pepper (any colour - I like mixed very much)
Oregano
Basil (fresh would be best, but dried is fine, too)


Roast the minced mead in a pan with the garlic oil.
Add salt and pepper, some tobasco, if you like it hot.
While that wash the veggies and cut them - spare the tomatoes - into small pieces.
Give veggies into the pan, roast them with the meat.
Add tomato purée and oregano (+ dry basil) and put a lid over it. Let it cook for about 10 minutes.
Quarter cherry tomatoes and add them (+ fresh basil) after ~7-8 minutes of cooking.

Best with Spaghetti - but also nice for lasagna! And it can be added to pizza as well ;P

Enjoy! ^^
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