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I am looking for something to make for a group of people. Something that you can make using things you can find in your pantry and is easy to make. Anything helps!

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Can anyone recommend a good Thai Crispy Duck and Basil recipe ("Kapow Ped")? I can't seem to find one that is similar to what I find out at restaurants.

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Please help! My husband and I are really trying to get better at not eating out.

But I know how to make next to nothing, and he can only grill.

So, being both novices, I’m looking for easy recipes for beginners for dinners.

Trying to meal plan, and googling “east beginner recipes” is not helpful.

So, please, share your favorite easy meal!!!

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I subscribe to a CSA and I keep getting green beans almost every week and I'm running out of ideas. I currently have a ton of green beans (about a grocery bag full) that I want to use up soon. Give me your best healthy green bean recipes! I would prefer dishes that can serve as a main dish (not just sides).

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Pumpkin pie, pumpkin cookies, pumpkin anything. I need it all!

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Use one of those vacuum sealed smoked mackerel packets. Remove skin and any little bones, put in blender with lemon juice, yogurt, Dijon mustard and pepper. Pulse a few times then spread in a sandwich. Add cucumber. Lush.

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Does anyone have experience with using different styles of beer to make beercan chicken? What did you like best?

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For the cream cheese swirl:

o 8 oz cream cheese (softened)

o 1/3 cup sugar

o 1 egg

o 1/2 tsp vanilla

o 2 TBS flour

For the Red Velvet Cake:

o 2 1/2 cups flour

o 1 3/4 cup sugar

o 1 tsp baking soda

o 1 tsp salt

o 2 TBS cocoa

o 1 cup buttermilk

o 1 cup oil

o 2 eggs

o 1 tsp vinegar

o 1 tsp vanilla

o 1 TBS red liquid food coloring

For the White Chocolate Ganache:

o 1 cup white chocolate chopped (chips are fine)

o 1/4 cup heavy cream

Instructions

https://i.redd.it/9n565bk7nrm11.jpg

  1. Preheat your stove to 350 degrees.

  2. Beat your cream cheddar in a huge bowl until delicate. Include the sugar a beat till light and rich.

  3. Mix in the egg, vanilla and flour until smooth. Put aside.

  4. Combine your dry elements for your cake in a vast bowl; flour sugar, heating pop, salt and cocoa.

  5. In another bowl whisk together your buttermilk, oil, eggs, vinegar and vanilla.

  6. Slowly empty your wet fixings into your dry fixings until the point that simply consolidated.

  7. Add in your nourishment shading, and deliberately overlap into the hitter.

  8. Pour 3 measures of your cake player into a lubed bundt cake dish.

  9. Spoon the cream cheddar filling over the player painstakingly. Make an effort not to contact the edges of the container anyplace.

  10. Carefully spoon remaining hitter over the highest point of the cream cheddar blend.

  11. Bake for around 45-55 minutes until the point when a toothpick embedded confesses all.

  12. Cool in the search for gold 10 minutes before exchanging to a cooling rack to cool totally.

  13. When cake has cooled totally set up your white chocolate ganache.

  14. Put your white chocolate contributes a medium measured bowl.

  15. Microwave your substantial cream in another bowl for 30 seconds.

  16. Pour cream over white chocolate chips and permit to sit for around 4 or 5 minutes.

  17. Stir blend delicately until totally smooth. (In the event that there are still protuberances you can microwave for an additional 10 seconds together at that point mix once more)

  18. Allow ganache to cool in the ice chest for 5 to 10 minutes to thicken a bit. Blend again till smooth.

  19. Drizzle ganache deliberately over the bundt cake. Permit ganache to set and serve cake promptly.

  20. Make beyond any doubt to wrap any scraps firmly with saran wrap and keep in the cooler.

And if you want you can also buy this cake from Online cake delivery in Bangalore

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Hey everyone. I live in a dormitory. It is not allowed to have any electirician things but kettle. I would like to cook. Do you know any recipe that I can cook with kettle? Thank you

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Hey there,

I'm making a pork tenderloin tonight for friends and I haven't cooked meat in almost 4 years. I've come up with this idea for a glaze/sauce and wanted some input.

1/2 cup Evans sour cherry jam

2 cloves garlic

1/2" ginger (maybe less)

2 tsp marjoram

2 tsp basil

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp espresso (not quite sold on this)

2 tsp gaujillo chilli powder

Maybe a dash of liquid smoke

Any suggestions or alterations would be appreciated. I'll try and update how it turns out.

Thanks

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I have a green apple, about 300g self raising flour, eggs, sugar, milk, cinnamon and a medium sized stick of butter. What can I make with these? Do you think there's enough butter, and flour to make some dough about the size of one's palm for a mini apple pie?

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I have a lot of chicken breast and need recipes to make them im okay with any difficulties i just need ideas

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