The Recipe Book
- Pinned by Dark22978 on May 3, '20 1:39pm
Thread Topic: The Recipe Book
I thought it would be a good idea to make a thread where everyone can share recipes, even if this forum is sparsely used. Please feel free to share any recipes you have, whether you heard them from someone else or even made them yourself!
Savory Oatmeal with Cheddar and Fried Egg
I haven't tried this one but it looks really yummy. I'll have to try it someday soon!
Mummy Pumpkin Cookies
This is one I found around Halloween. The cookies look yummy and tasty too. Reminds me of those weird pumpkin cookie snacks that Little Debbie or something sells in the fall...anyone else eat those as a kid?
Cinnamon Sugar Flour Tortilla Chips
Now these look familiar!! Another recipe I found during Halloween, these cute bat-shaped chips bear a stark resemblance to a certain Tex-Mex fast-food chain's signature cinnamon crisps. Either way, I've gotta check these out.
Apple Cinnamon Loaf Cake
I've posted about this recipe before. It's become a staple among my family during the autumn season. However, this recipe was not without faults when I attempted it.
Firstly, there wasn't enough cinnamon for my taste, but that's an easy fix. The biggest problem I had was the baking time and temperature. I ended up turning up the temperature of my oven 100 degrees and that cooked it right through, though that may have been an issue with my oven rather than with the recipe. Either way, it's a delicious cake that wins over any guest.
This happened in a rush when we didn't have all the ingredients to make this, so I sort of improvised. I've also only made this once, so sorry if it doesn't work out that well.
Also feeds many people.
The Strangest Spaghetti Recipe Ever:
1 lb (or more, depends on what you usually do) ground beef
2 cans of tomato soup
4 cans of diced tomatoes, or just dice up a ton of tomatoes
2 cans tomato paste
1 package mushrooms, or two cans, if that's what you have (optional)
1 green pepper cut into tiny squares(optional)
1 onion, diced
Salt, pepper, oregano, basil, garlic, and parsley to taste.
1-2 boxes of noodles
Fry up the meat (you may call it browning) with the onions, salt, pepper, mushrooms, and peppers.
Once that's done, put in the tomato paste, tomatoes, and tomato soup.
Spice to taste, and you need to spice it up, because there's tomato soup in it. It is mandatory that you put lots of spices in there.
Alter the consistency by adding water to it, or letting it simmer, or both
Make the noodles, and it should be ready to go.
My mom can usually taste some food, and she knows exactly what's in it and how to make it. She didn't know what I had made the spaghetti with, but it was definitely different from our usual one. When I told her what was in it, her jaw dropped. She couldn't taste the soup in it. So I think you're safe.
WARNING! THIS RECIPE WILL COME WITH LEFTOVERS. LOTS OF LEFTOVERS."
purpleturtle24 NoviceLemon Glazed Coconut Banana Bread
2 cups flour
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup sugar
1/4 cup butter
2 large eggs
1 1/2 cups mashed ripe banana
1/3 cup greek yogurt, plain
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup sweetened flaked coconut, plus 1 tablespoon, divided
1/2 cup powdered sugar
3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
Preheat oven to 350° F.
In a medium bowl, combine flour, baking soda, and salt.
In a large bowl, beat sugar and butter until well blended. Add eggs one at a time, beating after each. Add banana, yogurt, and vanilla; beat until blended. Add flour mixture, blending until just moistened. Stir in 1/2 cup coconut.
Coat a 9 x 5-inch loaf pan with nonstick cooking spray. Sprinkle with 1 tablespoon coconut. Bake for 1 hour, or until a wooden toothpick comes out clean. Cool 10 minutes, then turn out onto a wire rack.
Combine powdered sugar and juice until smooth. Drizzle over warm bread. Cool completely.
It's sooooo delicious. I made it a few weeks ago and it was gone by the end of the day!
SprinkledSpice JuniorAlmonds. Just almonds.
You can call this whatever you want. I don't have a name for it. I seriously made it up when I was 4, but it's good.
around 1 qt of ham
1/3 pack of Velveeta, or 1 pack of shredded cheese
1 pack of frozen vegetables that you think would taste good. Probably green beans of corn
Cut up the potatoes, and boil them. Once the water starts boiling, wait 20 minutes, then strain the potatoes. Use a little milk while mashing the potatoes. Dice the ham, and cheese (if you're using velveeta), and stir them in along with the vegetables. Stir until the cheese is melted.
The vegetables will probably cool it down a ton, so you may want to heat up the meat, cheese, and vegetables together in the microwave before putting them in. That way the food stays hot.
4 cans of tuna
1 pack of shredded cheese, or you can use block cheese
hamburger pickles (However many you want)
mayonnaise (3-4 dollops)
short noodles (Like penne, or rotini, or bow-tie, you know, not spaghetti noodles.)
Put water to boil for the noodles, Mix everything together except the noodles. I'm sure you know how to make noodles, but once you strain them, cool them off with cold water. mix in with the rest of the stuff, and you're done.
quizmaster12345 NewbieA lemon mint crushed ice smoothie.
Take 6 lemons, squeeze all of them out, get some mint, put mint and lemon juice into blender.
Put 10 ice cubes into blender and start it. Best chilled!
A muffin pan
Preheat oven to 350. Decide how many egg cups you want to make. Put a slice of baloney into each cup to create a cup for the egg. Crack 1 egg into each cup. Put it into the oven for 10 mins, then you're done.
^And put water in the muffin cups you're not using. Also more like 15 mins.
The Coldest Sun Hot ShotArugula, Bacon and Gruyere Bread Pudding
My favorite recipe so far. I hope y'all get to try it.
dragonsfire ExperiencedDon't have a name for this one either.
Make some short noodles (Like penne, or rotini, or bow-tie, you know, not spaghetti noodles.), strain them, then put it back into the pot. I'm pretty sure you know how to make noodles. Pit half a stick if butter in, and seasoned salt. Put however much seasoned salt you want, and if you think it's too much, add more butter. The you eat it, and it's delicious.
Homemade Iced Cappucino!!
This is a favourite treat of mine! I like to have it in the mornings. It's absolutely delicious.
However, I do make two alterations:
1. I use two teaspoons of sugar instead of one, keeping the amount of sugar proportionate to the amount of instant coffee granules.
2. I add 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla extract. I find it gives the drink a fuller flavour.
In addition to these alterations, I find that stirring the coffee with a long and thin utensil such as a chopstick is almost essential. It doesn't have to be a chopstick, of course, but I highly recommend stirring the drink so you don't get a mouthful of milk in one sip and coffee in another.
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