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  1. #106
    Senior Member Sean628's Avatar
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    spot reserved

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    I'm really good at cooking clutches.......

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    QLD Administrator AdReNaLiN's Avatar
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    WOW! I had no idea this was still going! Keen to see more of your recipes guys!

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    I cooked a H23 once.....with an oil & coolant sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
    I cooked a H23 once.....with an oil & coolant sauce.
    Gold! How good was the torque though?

  6. #111
    Silver Member PJF_Lude's Avatar
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    oh the torque... H23A1!!!!!
    ~Ian~

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  7. #112
    Senior Member Scotty's Avatar
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    LOL! I guess I'll never live that down












    Still miss tha torque!!

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    Senior Member Sean628's Avatar
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    step1 buy this:

    step2 season the fish chunks (basa) w seasoning stuff in the package for 20 mins no pic
    step3 boil the fish chunks with sources in the package and you get this:

    you can add some spring onions chillis and even noodles

  9. #114
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    Man Sized Smokey Sausage Rolls

    One of my clients gave me a recipe for these - I have had cravings for another lot ever since and plan on making them again really soon. Watch out with the chilli though if you're not into HOT?

    Ingredients
    400g sausage mince
    300g pork mince (or chicken mince)
    1 onion, finely chopped
    1 clove garlic, crushed
    1 - 2 tablespoons fresh crushed chilli (John West or Sambal Oelek) - optional
    1 cup (65g) fresh breadcrumbs
    1 teaspoon Liquid Smoke (or more for stronger smoke flavour )
    Salt & freshly ground pepper
    2 eggs
    3 sheets frozen puff pastry, thawed

    Method:

    1) Preheat oven to 200C. Line 2 baking trays with baking paper. Mix both minces, onion, garlic, breadcrumbs, chilli and seasoning together. Beat 1 egg and add to mince mixture. Divide into 6 equal portions.

    2) Cut pastry sheets in half. Roll a mince portion until 25cm long. Place down the centre of pastry. Beat remaining egg and brush edges.

    Roll up to enclose filling, and cut into 3 pieces. Place on trays, seam side down. Brush with egg. Bake for 20 mins, reduce heat to 180C, and cook for 10 minutes until golden. Serve with tomato sauce.... smokey if you like.

    Pictures at BBQHQ.net
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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowWhiteLude View Post
    Jspec, thanks, and you suck.

    Here is why I needed to find it!

    SnowWhiteLude's Everyday Quiche!

    Ingredients
    Pastry - either frozen or made, puff or normal, the choice is yours.
    5-6 Eggs
    2-3 rashers of bacon, removing most fat
    1 decent sized onion
    3/4 of a cup of Spinach
    1 Tomato
    2 cups Tasty Cheese
    200ml Cream
    Pepper and salt.

    1. Cover a pan, approx. 25-30cm, which has been sprayed with oil or its equivalent, preferably with a loose base with pastry. Whatever you like, it ain't hard to make but I had some frozen stuff i had on hand which I was wanting to dispose of. Pierce the base a few times with a fork.



    2.Defrost in my case as I was pushed for time, or preferably shred up some fresh spinach, also fry off some bacon and onion.







    Also grate some cheese, then layer all these and place into your pastry covered pan.



    3.Next combine your eggs, cream, salt and pepper, and beat into a consistent consistency



    4. Pour this egg mixture over your pastry covered pan...



    5. Once done, top with a generous amount of cheese, and top with some slices of tomato,



    6. Place into a preheated oven at about 180c for 25-35 minutes, or until set and golden brown.

    You can check if it is cooked through by piercing the middle with a tooth pick. If it comes out clean, its down. You dont want to over cook it.

    7. Once done, remove from the oven, and allow to rest for a short period.



    8.. Defend you masculinity, and serve with a fresh salad and chips, or some peas beans or carrots.
    Mmmm! Looks wild - I just love Quiche

    Steve
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  11. #116
    Gold Member SnowWhiteLude's Avatar
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    I remember this thread. It is where you posted pictues of food you made before instagram was popular.

    And Steve cant believe you re posted that recipe. Actually due to make it again this weekend - only made it once since I posted that effort but my kitchen is currently overrun with eggs!
    Last edited by SnowWhiteLude; 15th October 2014 at 07:47 PM.


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    I am glad that this car forum has a section for cooking! I read a lot of interesting stuff here, I just had to say thank you all. I also love cooking, not that much the process, but the final result, mmm

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