I really just bought it to make chip salt/spice (like this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seasoned_salt - I'll experiment, but something like salt, MSG, Paprika, Chilli powder, Cayene, Garlic). But I've got so much of it I'm going to try it with other things.
So I made this sub back in college and got busy and forgot about it. Glad to see people are posting in it! Now that I’m on this new app it seems easier to use and moderate. Are there any requests from you guys? Sorry for being dormant!
I roast/broil/crockpot a lot of cheap meat parts in a marinade, and recently I found a bunch of ketchup packets among other things. I don't like ketchup soup, so I decided to try this BBQ marinade recipe:
2 cups ketchup (could be less)
3 tbspn of sugar/honey/brown sugar/molass
2 tbspn soy sauce
2 tbspn worchester sauce
2 tbspn vinegar (I used long john island's packaged malt vinegar, and their tartar sauce)
1/8 teaspoon of red pepper power, OR black pepper
1-2 tbspn mustard
1 tbspn garlic powder
Just cook over medium heat until mixed, then cool in fridge (it tastes richer after letting it sit for a while), OR you can use it directly and marinate meat parts in it for 8+ hours.
Almost all the ingredients I used above were from packets, except the garlic powder and worchester sauce. Does anyone else have great marinade recipes?
Brown one pound of ground chuck, drain most of the fat. Put back on heat and add one clove garlic minced, 1/4 tsp chili powder and one tbsp tomato paste, stir and sauté until mixed. Add catsup and mix until the texture looks right. Let it come to a simmer and kill the heat. Mix in 2 tbsp of mustard and slop on a bun. It's exactly like canned stuff only slightly less creepy because made it yourself.
I've tried Hellmans and kewpie mayo and enjoy both, but I am wondering what other types and brands there are out there. So what are some good or interesting ones I can try. I live on the East Coast NJ so I may not be able to try things from other countries.
So I made Shepherd's pie, but to make the meat 'sauce' i browned the meat and strained then I dropped in four or five sauce packets and then two packets of arbys horsey sauce. Then continued on in regular shepherd's pie fashion. Made for a great dinner.
I know it sounds odd, but this combination makes for a great barbeque sauce. Just mix equal parts grape jelly with mustard and adjust to taste. You can dial up or down the sweetness by adding more of one ingredient, or you can be really fancy and try mixing different types of jelly with fancier mustards. This sauce goes really well with smokey links, hotdogs, or crockpot meatballs. You can always add more condiments if you're feeling creative such as: worchestershire, sweet chili sauce, apple cider vinegar, sriracha, but it's good with just the grape jelly and mustard too. Heat the condiments up on low in a sauce pan while stirring, or dump them into a crock pot and bon appetit!
Greek potatos you say? Why yes, Greek potatos. And they're great.
Check it: throw a few boneless skinless chicken tenders in a crock pot with one part water one part your favorite to go dressing from your favorite Greek restaurant. We have a very baller place back home and I copped some to go. Throw them bitches in with some diced spuds and butter Salt and pepper on top Cook on low for like four hours until they're done. Save some to go dressing to dip your chicken in. I made toast too.
Living on the streets of a big city will teach you a thing or two of how to survive under difficult conditions!
(All this stuff should be free!!!)
Ask for a (med) size coffee cup of hot water.
Get yourself a couple of ketchup packets and creamers. (Black pepper is optional!)
Pour ketchup and stir and then cream (and pepper into hot water... stir again!
Bon appetit!! You have just made yourself a Hobo's Tomato Soup. (Nice in cold winter nights!)