So like a year ago I got this subreddit from /r/redditrequest and have kept it clear of spam ever since. We made some new rules. We banned request posts and constrict them to an automod megathread. Here's the original post:
I feel like we're kinda falling out of relevancy. Sub is dying. I want to make a change to spice things up but I'm not sure what to do.
Please let me know what you think would be best for the sub! All feedback is welcome.
Not really a recipe per se, but I have seen this requested all over the web. I used to make sandwiches for Rax and here are the main ingredients for the sauce, which came premade from corporate in 1 gallon jugs.
Mayonnaise, american and sharp cheddar cheese food product( like cheese whiz), vinegar, sugar, natural bacon flavoring( which we assumed was bacon grease as this had a 3 month shelf life refrigerated) and Worcestershire sauce. maybe someone can replicate it, but the ratio was 80% mayo.
Hello! I am looking for a recipe or method to re-create as close as possible the Canadian pizza chain Pizza Pizza's garlic dip. I have tried various standard dip recipes that included mayonaise, sour cream, yogurt or any combination of the two with various spices like garlic, garlic powder, parmesan, black pepper, oregano, parsley flakes and many others, but none have managed to come close to the specific flavour offered by the Pizza Pizza dip.
I have also tried to re-create my own version based off their ingredient list (below) since it seems to be more like a toum or an aioli, but haven't been able to match it to my liking.
If anyone has any help, that would be much appreciated!
Canola Oil, Water, Natural Cheese Flavour (Maltodextrin, Whey Solids, Natural Parmesan Cheese Flavour, Salt), Natural Butter Flavour (Whey Solids, Enzyme Modified Butter, Maltodextrin, Salt, Dehydrated Butter, Guar Gum, Annatto, Turmeric), Spices, Vinegar, Salt, Natural Flavour, Citric Acid, Ascorbic Acid, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Propylene Glycol Alginate, Guar Gum, Calcium Disodium EDTA.
My husband comes back from a long training exercise next week; this is his favorite meal and I want to make it for his first night home.
A picture and a list of the main ingredients (Chicken Breast, Mushrooms, Bacon, Onions and Garlic in a White Wine Riesling Cream Sauce with Buttered Parmesan Pasta) can be found on their website here.
But I need an actual recipe with quantities and the other ingredients listed that I can follow. I've only been cooking about a year and would probably destroy this without both.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I can’t put a photo here but think I came close in heat to 2x spicy Samyang ramen however the taste is different
1/8 tsp garlic powder 3 Tbsp ground chilli powder (Thai) 1/2 Tbsp sugar 1 Tbsp soy sauce 3 Tbsp seasoned rice vinegar 2 Tbsp Go Chu Jang 1/2 tsp sesame oil 2 tsp capsaicin sauce
I love little Anita’s breakfast burritos but I don’t live in Colorado anymore! Does anyone know Little Anita’s recipe for green chili or have a great dupe/recipe?
So this place makes like a fry bread mini calzone is the best way to describe it, and they are fantastic, but i no longer live there and want to make it. So i need suggestions or recipes to try, ill try to make and give feedback, i can say it was semi flaky, most likely yeast risen, didnt get the biggest air pockets and stayed neatly fried around the ingredients, and supposedly the original owners were venezuelan if i remember right, so that might have some factor in it. Kind of like an empanada/calzone mix maybe, this is their site https://bambinos.us if the image is any help.
There are tons of Chipotle chicken recipes floating around out there -- has anyone actually tried them and compared to the real thing? Which one is the best / closest?
How is this one (I see this one referenced often)? https://www.culinaryhill.com/chipotle-chicken/