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OK I now I will take some slack for this thread but hey:thumbup:

I thought we could share some MAN recipes, and some girly ones:lol:

To start I thought I would share my Carpaccio recipe

Rub a nice fillet with english mustard and black pepper/cajun spice


Sear in a really hot pan until a very dark brown but very rare in the middle
Put in chiller

In an empty plate drizzle olive oil, grate parmesan with some lemon juice and chopped onion

Lay thin slices of the cold fillet on the plate and repeat th olive oil parmesan and lemon and onion. add salt and crushed pepper

Garnish with chopped spring onion

Add a dolop of creme fraische if you like

and enjoy
 

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I haven't heard of half the names you mentioned there :(

Nevertheless, awesome idea, keep going.
 
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sounds good altho i dnt knw wats creme fraische n wat is a carpassio?
viper how about one of your recipes?
 

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ok Creme Fraische is a type of sour cream, any spar or PnP will have

Carpaccio is the name fr raw thinly sliced meat
 
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ok ill give it a try...n il let u know wat miki has to say about it wen i make it:p
 
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:1rolleyes: well if its so easy y dont you do it?
 

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OK A simple one that even Viper can do

Take a packet of white bread dough, roll it flat, about 30 x 40 cm

add layers of bacon, Phillidelphia cream cheese, cheddar and peppadews

roll into a roll (similare to a swiss roll)

Let it stand under a cloth for and hour

Put into a preheated oven at 180 C and bake until golden brown, take a skewer and make sure no dough sticks on it ewhen stuck in

Slice and enjoy
 
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wow...interesting
men n recipes
im waiting for more n tel da wife to com on n giv us more
 

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Karringmelk beskuit: (Buttermilk for the brits..)

1.5kg Self Raising Flouer.
3 xlarge eggs
5 cups of sugar
3/4 block of 500g marge
anaseed... seed
edit.. two 500mL Karringmelk. dary bell ding dong.. (chose thick stuff)
Method How to doo:

sive or chuck flour into a "clean" baby bath
add a pinch of salt
add sugar add anaseed... seed per taste??
melt marge & mix wif eggs & Karringmelk in a mixing bowel thingy
toss into flour

mix into a consistancy like tacky chewing gum
place into backing tray`s and bake at 180deg in conventional or 150 deg in thermofan till cooked inside. poke wif spike rod.. about 3/4 hour??

if raw but brown on top cover with foil till done..

cut into blocks and dry in oven till hardish.. this should fill two cooky jars.


Baie lekker!!
 
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viper we all know u cook so come on....even if its flop recipes we can turn it into sumthing good
 
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Dude how could you, c'mon kanga, dude now ways, lol
Hell now i am gonna have to put something down for you.

What recipe would you like.

Biltong potjie
Marrocan skewers


OR
The Special Burger
 

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All of the above, thanks Tridan
 
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Men and recipes... Should I be worrying about you lot here..
 

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Another simple one, very nice but very simple

Pasta Alio Olio Pepperonchino (garlic olive oil and chilli)

Cook some god fettucini/ spaghetti until al dente
(for Vipers benefit, boil water in a pot with a teaspoon of oil and a bit of salt in the water, once it is boiling then only add the pasta, cook until it is tender but still firm.

Drain in a colander and put into a dish, add olive oil, enough to lightly coat all the pasta, add some REAL crushed garlic (what you buy in tubs is crap) and some fresh chilli to taste,

dish up and put some grated parmesan over that.

Simple, plain, man but stunning
 

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