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post #281 of 299 (permalink) Old 08-31-2019, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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Burst garden cherry tomato sauce spaghetti. In these cooks I used linguine noodles instead of spaghetti. There are three varieties of cherry tomatoes including the highly rated sun sugar (orange). When plating I added fresh hand grated grana padano cheese on a few plates and powdered grana padano on the other two plates, plus fresh basil (some plates have Thai purple basil).









More fresh garden cucumbers with salt, vinegar and 4 peppercorn grind.


This is fresh from the garden bok choy (two types). I wok cooked/steamed them with fresh garlic and a bit of oyster sauce.
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Ok, I'll give it a try...

Indian chicken massala/curry with long beans (?) rice and sweat&sour cucumber.

What you'll need for preparing the chicken massala:

Chicken (1 - 1,5 kg)
Onions (5-6)
Garlic (3-4 small pieces)
Indian massala/curry powder
Salt and pepper
Oil

What you'll need for the long beans:

Ofcourse long beans
Salt and pepper
A little bit of oil

Lets get started:

Boil the rice as you like.


Cut the long beans into little pieces
Cut the chicken
Chop the onions into very small pieces






Heat the oil and when it is het put the garlic and onions in. After a while, put the chicken in. Also put the salt (about 2-3 spoons, as you like) and a few pinches of pepper.
If you like it hot, you can also put some fresh peppers in it, I don't do that.

When the chicken is starting to get white, make some space in the middle to put a few spoons of the massala/curry powder.




After that, drain the oil. And put it in the oven to keep it warm (60 degrees Celcius or so) while preparing the long beans.



Put 2 or 3 spoons of oil and the long beans in the same wok as the chicken (don't clean it), put salt and pepper on it as much as you prefer.



When it get a bright green color it is almost finished, taste it, must have a small bite.



This is the basic recepy for the sweat and sour cucumber, you'll need:
1 cucumber
500ml a bit warm water
8-10 spoons of vinegar
8-10 spoons of sugar
4 thea spoons of salt

Put the water in a bowl, stirr the vinegar, salt and sugar through it. You'll have to taste it and add the things you want (sugar/vinegar) to make it perfect for you. Add the cucumber and let it rest in the fridge for a day.

This is the end result, onions with the oil is also a sort of sauce. Maybe you'll have to try it a few times to get it as perfect as you like. But, I know you'll enjoy it...

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The chicken massala with a few slices of the sweet and sour cucumber is also very tasty on a sandwich.

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That looks and sounds top notch @Ghetto Bassie ! I really enjoy massala and adding cucumbers in a sandwich sounds like a great complimentary contrast. Great suggestion.

Red wine and shallot marinated beef kabobs.


Jalapeno and tequila marinated beef kabobs.




Cooked brussel sprouts in salt, pepper and olive oil, served with coarse sea salt edamame.


Tianjin style steam-fry pork dumplings served with garden leek onion/stalk and sambal olek sauce.


Enjoy the weekend.
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That looks and sounds top notch @Ghetto Bassie ! I really enjoy massala and adding cucumbers in a sandwich sounds like a great complimentary contrast. Great suggestion.

Red wine and shallot marinated beef kabobs.


Jalapeno and tequila marinated beef kabobs.




Cooked brussel sprouts in salt, pepper and olive oil, served with coarse sea salt edamame.


Tianjin style steam-fry pork dumplings served with garden leek onion/stalk and sambal olek sauce.


Enjoy the weekend.
I can tell you that you must watch out that you don't eat your fingers with it...

I got the recepy from a collegue of mine (with his roots in Surinam) about 18 years ago. Still make it a few times a year. My collegue always makes it with chicken legs and wings and uses peppers (thought madame jeanette peppers) to make it spicey. I don't like the bones, so I use chicken breasts.

After some try-outs (with less ingredients to start with), I got it right for me.(how much salt/pepper I have to use). It is really something to try out. Enjoy...


Must say that those kabobs also look fingerlicking good... ��
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Orange & ginger spice cedar plank salmon from the Weber Summit grill.




Leftover salmon on Raincoast cranberry crackers.


Fresh from the garden martini cucumber with 4 peppercorn grind, salt and vinegar.


Brussel sprouts with olive oil, 4 peppercorn grind and salt.


Cheers and have a great weekend.
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Mediterranean herb and spice marinated chicken kabobs.


Spicy onion and pepper marinated beef kabobs.


Spicy buffalo style marinated chicken kabobs.


Spicy onion and pepper marinated beef kabobs.


Whiskey and black pepper marinated chicken kabobs.


Spicy buffalo style marinated beef kabobs.




Cheers and enjoy. Have a great weekend.
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Chicken mole tortillas made with fresh garden tomatoes and onions as well as romaine lettuce, shredded three cheese blend, salsa, MX hot sauce and sweet red pepper (on the last four).













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I grilled a spicy apricot glaze ham for Canadian Thanksgiving. This one is a 10 lb bone-in shank picnic style ham, smoked with apple, cherry and hickory wood chips. The meal included scratch-made candied yams, scratch-made cast iron skillet stuffing and fresh sliced garden cucumber. Dessert was premium pumpkin pie with whipped cream.













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Scratch garden burst cherry tomato sauce spaghetti. Made with lots of garden fresh sun sugar and sweet million cherry tomatoes, fresh garden basil and hand grated grana padano cheese.


Garden heritage Manitoba variety tomato Caprese salad with premium olive oil, 4 grind peppercorn and salt.
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