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Re: Things You've Made v2

Post by Kittaan » Fri Jul 06, 2018 11:20 am

Congrats! Hope she and the Rockbaby are doing well.
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Re: Things You've Made v2

Post by Rockgirl » Fri Aug 10, 2018 9:29 pm

hahahah. Thanks guys! He arrived 3 weeks early and on the maternity leave = time for being more creative front...... so far it is just on the catching some random Zzzz in uncomfortable positions and doing random shit with one hand :D
Think I am getting the hang of just winging it so who knows where sleep deprivation will take me

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Re: Things You've Made v2

Post by tys0n » Sat Oct 13, 2018 2:31 am

I've shared my authentic texan chili recipe a fair few years ago, this is version 40.5 or something, grab the biggest stock pot you can find because everything is bigger in texas!

First assemble ingredients~!

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Next prep your veggies, I've sliced and diced a kilo of onions, one whole celery and half a kilo of red and half a kilo of green bell peppers.

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Set that to the side and start cooking off your protein. I'm using a 11 litre stock pot for this. First I start with two chorizo sausages sliced and diced and fry them in oil, I like the subtle flavour it gives the oil, I would use some bacon here but I don't eat pork.

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Next I fry off half a kilo of beef mince and half a kilo of kangaroo mince and set aside, it doesn't really matter what mince you use, I just get what's on special.

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Next I fry off two kilos of chicken thighs and set aside.

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Protein mountain :aargh:

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Next I turn down the heat to very low, add the prepped veggies and slowly soften them for about an hour

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An hour later

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Next I add two heads of garlic and 100 grams of anchovies in olive oil drained and rinsed

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Into the whizz cutting thingy

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Garlic and anchovies paste, thrown into the pot and stirred

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Next I whizz up some chilis, here are 10 habaneros and 10 thai chillis

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Smells like danger, added to the pot and stirred

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Next I'm going to whizz up the tops and bottoms of the bell peppers because waste not want not and the texture just isn't the same as their skins

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Whizzed, added to the pot and stirred

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Next I add 5 tablespoons or so of tomato paste, stir it through and let everything I just added it cook off for a bit while increasing the temp

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Next I'm going to add some pickled jalapenos and chillis juices and all and a drained and rinsed jar of fire roasted red bell peppers

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Added to the pot and stirred through

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Time to add back to brotein and mix it through

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Time to spice the bitch up, I got 50 grams of chilli powder, 30 grams of cumin powder, 15 grams of cayenne powder and about four tablespoons of oregano (420 blaze it), I usually throw in some smoked paprika but I forgot to buy some, please forgive me

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Next you add 690-700 grams of passata or 2 cans of diced tomatos, I prefer passata, stir that through and then add a litre of beef stock and stir that through

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Bring to a boil, throw on a lid and simmer for four to eight hours, stirring every half an hour

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Four hour mark

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Now an hour or so before you want to finish you want to add your authentic texan good ol boy kidney beans to the pot, six cans rinsed and

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Added to the pot, I do this so they don't get too mushy

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6ish hours DONE, heat off, I leave it sitting out overnight to stew in it's own juices, it was still warm when I divided it up 14 hours later

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Divided it up into on average 480 gram servings, which gave me 20 nutritious meals

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Cook up half a cup of uncooked rice add the chili on the top and wa-la

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So simple and easy even a moose could do it.
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Re: Things You've Made v2

Post by hellboy » Sat Oct 13, 2018 5:36 am

Nice work!

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