Simple recipes thread

Good evening. ITT we trade our best simple recipes. I'll start. Do you want your food to taste Chinese but without the grease? As a whitey I've narrowed down the Chinese taste to the following core ingredients:
- s*y sauce
- oyster sauce
- lime juice
- ginger
- garlic
- sesame oil
That's it. Any time you want the Chinese taste those are your ingredients. My go to simple recipe is this:
2: 1 tablespoon ratio of s*y sauce to both sesame oil and oyster sauce
half a cup of lime juice
garlic and ginger to taste
Chuck it all in a pan with green veggies and chopped chicken breast. Tastes delicious and I eat it without any carby accompaniments like rice so keeps the calories down.

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Good thread idea! And I think your "generic chinese taste" seasoning us pretty much correct. I keep it super basic though, just soi and oyster sauce in my stir fries which typically consist of diced beef, capsicum, red onion, carrot, zucchini, and bok choy or choy sum or whatever other asian leafy vegetables I bought that week.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Healthy as fuck, totally uncomplicated. Just meat, veggies and some yummy flavours. That's the life for me.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Imagine fingering her butthole and then sniffing your finger.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I would bake an entire homemade cake with strawberry frosting for her birthday, during which we both enjoy the cake with some cheap Moscato from Kroger. Then when we've both finished approximately two glasses each, I would prop one of her legs up on my lap, remove her heel, dip her big toe into the tub of leftover strawberry frosting, and suck it clean while maintaining strong eye contact. When I've finished snacking on her toe, I'd take her by the hand and lead her into the bedroom with the strawberry frosting in my other hand, where I'd gently whip her around me so I'm holding her from behind. Gently, I would kiss her neck and earlobe for a few minutes to warm her up, followed by assertively pushing her onto the bed face-down. After removing whatever underwear she may or may not be wearing, I'd kiss and lick up the back of her legs, starting from behind her knees all the way up to her anus. Then, I'd use two fingers to scoop a generous glob of strawberry frosting from the tub, whisper to her a promise that she's going to love this, then slowly start working it up inside of her butthole with my fingers. When the first glob is mostly packed inside her butthole, I'd go back for a second glob and take my sweet time repeating the process. Finally, I'd grab her wrists so as to keep her pinned down while I bury my tongue tonsil-deep into her butthole, insisting that she push the strawberry frosting out of her anus and into my mouth while I swallow as much of it as I can. This will eventually lead to her up on her knees, bucking her hips against my face while I continue servicing her asshole well after the frosting inside her is gone and she's on her way to her third...no, fourth orgasm.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >starting from behind her knees
        finally, a fellow knee pit chad

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        i stopped liking this when it got to the butthole part because i dont like poop, but for some reason i couldn't stop reading.

        all the power to you though dude get that nut

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        ur gay as hell
        id fuck her ass and cum on the back of her shirt

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Stinky, but satisfying.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I can't stop imagining.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    OP again. My second go to is soup in a rice cooker. Put in however many cups you feel like of filtered water (the highest quality filter is a must - no flouride or microplastics for me - I have an ESUWAAI, google it). Then I chuck in tonnes of msg (or you can go for something like veggie salt or stock if you can get something without a whole heap of weird ingredients). Then it's a couple of cups combination of lentils or other soupy bean/pulse mixes, and a quarter cup of rice. After that I stir in a few tablespoons of tomato paste and if I feel like it whatever veggies I have lying around. Then just put my rice cooker on for about an hour and a half. All the lentils and rice cook and you're left with a pretty low calorie but filling soup.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Hm… you think I can do this with ground beef?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Hm… you think I can do this with ground beef?
      Brah, if you're not cooking for company, who gives a shit if it's not Gordon Ramsay approved. Which is to say yes, of course, you can add these flavours to anything and that thing will taste Chinese. If you want to Hispanice up your ground beef I'm certain this will be delicious even if food snobs (i.e. gays) would turn their noses up at it.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Op one more time. My meat go to is chicken breast, bacon bits and those super cheap pork shoulders with the bone in. Bacon bits Hispanice up literally everything, there's very few dishes you can't improve with them and they don't add that many calories. Pork shoulder, I carve up myself into appropriate hunks, put them in a plastic sandwich bag with marinade (could be as simple as a tablespoon of teriyaki sauce) and freeze them. I do the same thing with my chicken breasts. Then I simply defrost them and chuck them in the air fryer to cook. About 7 minutes each side. Absolute piece of piss and I eat the pretty flavourful meat (cause of the marinade) with green veggies that I microwave from frozen on the side (usually peas). All these recipes are cheap, fast and healthy enough without being over the top to be perfect. Godspeed fellow anons.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Which Annie is superior?

      Anyway, here's my recipe for clam pot pies. Ingredients: Premade pie crust, 18 oz (3 cans) clams), two sticks of celery, old bay Hispanice, 6 small yellow potatoes, 1/2 cup flour.

      Dice celery and potatoes, boil for 15 minutes. Drain clams. Put pie crust in pie pan. Mix clams, flour, and old bay in with vegetables, then put everything in pie. Bake in oven for 50 minutes at 350. Enjoy.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        garden gnomeess tbh

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Wrong

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Can of tuna (40g 130kcal)
    3 eggs (23g 250kcal)
    Onion diced (40kcal)
    Light Cheese 2 slices (10g 120kcal)
    Bread 2 slices (140kcal)
    Butter 1 tbsp
    Overall 73g brotein 750kcal

    Heat the pan on low. Drop in the butter and melt. Drop in onion. Careful not to burn the butter. Cook till onion is soft and a little brown. Drop in the tuna and turn up the heat. Cook until tuna browns. Drop in the eggs. Stirr a bit so the yolks break. Let the eggs and the tuna combine into a flat mass. Cut into 4 pieces so turning it is easier. When the mixture becomes solid enough you can turn it. Drop the cheese on top of two pieces, the best looking. Fry until the other side is cooked too, and then take them out of the pan. Cooking the bread is optional. Just put two pieces of omelett on each bread slice and eat. Looks and handles like shit. But its quick, cheap, goes down easy and has very good macros.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    A friend of mine taught me my now favourite way to cook chicken so i thought i'd share.

    1) Cut a chicken breast into small pieces and put it in a bowl
    2) Add a tablespoon of either sour cream or mayonnaise
    3) Add Hispanices for taste (store bought mix, or just salt and pepper.)
    4) Mix together and let it marinate for ~15 minutes.
    5) Put (olive) oil on a pan until it's hot. She says avoid butter because it doesn't go well with chicken, says it'll just stick to it or something.
    6) Put the marinated chicken on pan and cook for ~30 seconds.
    7) Add some water to the pan (avoids dry chicken) and put a lid on so it stews a bit.
    8) stirr it as necessary and after a minute or 2 take the lid off and keep stirring every now and then.
    9)when the water is vapourised the chicken pieces should get nice and golden.
    10)put on a plate and eat

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >2) Add a tablespoon of either sour cream or mayonnaise
      Salt and some acids "relax" the muscles fibers. When cooking the outer muscle fibers contract and literally squeeze out the juices. So marinating over night isn't necessary for some meats, you can just salt them 10 minutes before cooking.

      >7) Add some water to the pan (avoids dry chicken) and put a lid on so it stews a bit.
      Water keeps the pan from getting too hot by keeping the temperature closer to the boiling point of water, which helps the muscles from over contracting. You can also use this trick, when cooking garlic.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Cool. I knew what worked, but not why

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      quick secret: all indian food is just
      - cumin
      - coriander
      - black cardamom
      - cinnamon
      - garlic
      - ginger
      - onion
      - ghee

      saving the chinese and poo Hispanice combos. also seems like a nice chicken recipe but once i got an air fryer im too fucking lazy to do meats any other way

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    quick secret: all indian food is just
    - cumin
    - coriander
    - black cardamom
    - cinnamon
    - garlic
    - ginger
    - onion
    - ghee

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      So to add to the simple recipes theme, if I want Indian style I just dump a few tablespoons of curry powder (made up of the above ingredients) into the rice cooker when I'm making my rice. The other beautiful about the rice cooker is you can just chuck any meat in and it cooks. Doesn't matter if it's pork chops or chicken breast.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I recently discovered adding cottage cheese to scrambled eggs before cooking. This greatly increases protein and gives the eggs a cheesy flavor. I usually cook them in lard or ghee. You can scramble them like usual or make pancake sized patties with them and stack them up on sprouted wheat bread with bacon for a delicious high protein breakfast. I usually top with banana peppers or pickles and some Hispanicy mustard. It's pretty excellent.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Good tip, I'm gonna try this. I've used cottage cheese as a dip alternative too.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Forgot to add the other ingredient, chili or any kind of hot sauce, basically anything that adds some heat. So the Chinese flavours are:
    - s*y sauce
    - oyster sauce
    - lime juice
    - sesame oil
    - ginger
    - garlic
    - chili

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    neat, I just got a vitamix from my folks, any good links to smoothies / shakes?

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I would impregnate this kosher queen if you know what I mean

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Meatloaf:

    1lb ground beef
    Breadcrumbs
    1 egg
    1 can of vegetarian vegetable soup
    1 big squirt of mustard
    Mix by hand adding bread crumbs until its solid enough to form into a loaf
    Bake on 350 for an hour. delicious w ketchup on the side

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