Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition Archives' started by T-R-T, Apr 5, 2009.
that's the smoothest shit I've seen today
Chicken stuffed with peppercorn goat cheese and red peppers
Sweet potatoes mashed with cinnamon and greek yogurt
Carrots w/ butter and brown sugar
Roasted Pumpkin & Sweet Potato Bisque with Saffron and Crème Fraiche.
7 whole eggs
best episode ever
this is what im having for dinner tonight
how do you make them? what else do you eat w/ it
walnut cranberry scone and cinnamon smoked salmon > popfarts
lately I've been throwing worchestire sauce, cayenne pepper, onions, salt, pepper, and a whole egg in the raw meat.
lol I made some pretty good jalapeno burgers a while ago too. that's why I started throwing cayenne pepper in there.
The bun is enough carbs so I'll usually just have vegetables with it.
I highly recommend trader joes garlic fries though.
Re: adding of a egg to your burger - you shouldn't have to do this if the meat has never been frozen. if you're doing it to increase the calories and brotein, then all the power to you.... but its just filler.
But, Give this a try. its how the Persians/Afghani spice their ground beef...they call it "Chaplee"
Bacchus' Durkha Durkha Burgers
3 large cloves garlic, smashed
2 long, thin green chili peppers or jalapeños, stemmed
1 lb (450 g) yellow onions (about 3 medium)
2 lb (1 kg) regular ground beef
3 tbsp whole coriander seeds
2 tbsp red chili flakes
1 tbsp kosher salt, or to taste
Pinch ground coriander
1 tbsp vegetable oil for frying + more if needed
In food processor, pulse garlic and green chilies until minced. Add onions. Pulse just until minced; don't overprocess or they'll turn to liquid. Transfer mixture to large mixing bowl. Add beef, coriander seeds, red chili flakes, salt and ground coriander. Mix well by hand. (If desired, refrigerate up to 24 hours.) Divide into 8 balls. Flatten each into thin patties, about 5 inches wide.
Best cooked on a grill, but if you cant :Heat 1 tablespoon oil in large, non-stick skillet over medium. Add patties to fit. Cook, in batches, until nicely browned and cooked through, turning once, about 5 minutes per side.
For extra jihad, add extra green chilli or chilli flakes
Herbed Butter-Rubbed Roast Turkey, Garlic & Extra old Cheddar Mashed Potatoes w/ Chives, Sautéed Brussel sprouts with Toasted almonds, Gravy, Stuffing and Orange-Vanilla Cranberry Sauce
whole wheat penne pasta with premade/jarred tomato basil sauce (O brand)
+ shredded chicken breasts
Lean ground turkey w taco seasoning
Plain Greek yogurt instead of sour cream
Eggs and egg whites with low fat cheddar cheese
I made pulled pork in slow cooker with recipe from allrecipes.com: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/shredded-tri-tip-for-tacos-in-the-slow-cooker/
It was tri-tip pork (98% fat free.. 1.5g of fat/22g of protein).. when it was done, too meat out, put in cabbage, carrots, celery, potatoes and cooked it another 6 hours.. put meat in there and cooked for 30 mins.. have enough food for whole week.. delicious
I've put together my take-away menu for any Brolies in the T.Dot area who'd like to place an order. I can do much more then this, but put these recipes out as staple go-to's that work well when reheated.
lemon pepper chicken breast, brown rice and some brussel sprouts.
restaurant or grocery store?
2 pork chops on the grill and a ton of green beans
I do know not of the grocers store you speak of for such excellent slant eye cuisine
I've come back and looked at that like 5 times.
I'm getting sushi tomorrow.
Nothing, but I'm thinking green beans, some salmon, and some leftover leg quarters tonight.
And fuck, that sushi looks amazing.