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pressurepride  asked:

i just made some kick ass potatoes where u cut em up real small & soak em in water & then get a pan real hot & then put in a fuckload of oil & then some diced onion & garlic & then the potatoes & salt & pepper & fry em till they’re crispy and then you put em in a bowl and just drench those fuckers in malt vinegar and cholula sauce

Fried potatoes!! And Cholula, yum.

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Marshmallow ve Çilekli Milkshake 😋
Serinlemenin en şeker hali bu tarifte! 😍 Malzemeleri?

2 su b. çilek
6 ad marshmallow
½ su b. süt
1 su b. dondurma
Kremşanti
Marshmallow

Nasıl Yapılır?

1. Çırpıcıya, çilek, marshmallow, süt ve dondurma ilave edip çırpın
2. Milkshake bardaklarına doldurup, üzerine kremşanti sıkın ve marsmallow ile süsleyin. Afiyet olsun.

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3 Simple Flour Recipes

Having to improvise and make food using ingredients i have because of budget and limited space has forced me to use old recipes i learned from my grandmother.

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My grandmother grew up during the Great Depression and i would always inquire on the menu that she had as a child. How they were cooked and why she had so little She would tell me about her father getting a bag of flour or unmilled grain and sometimes cans of tomato paste. Nasty recipes like ketchup soup and baked onions. To stale bread and old stew. She would sing in her gritty voice the nursery rhyme peas porridge hot. Peas porridge cold and go into detail about the watery old stews made to keep her and her siblings alive in a time of economic and civil woe. She would interject on the persecution of her mother (my great grandmother) back in old country during the rise of nazi germany before ww2 and the saving marriage to her polish father during their flee for the states.

My nana would speak about how much of a better diet we had (when i was little) compared to what she had growing up in the depression.

Well, i didn’t realize economy and several unfortunate circumstance would lead me to needing several of these recipes. To which i thank on a daily basis for my grandmother sharing these with me.

If this gets enough likes/reblogs i will include more simple depression recipes like for soups and other dishes meant to have a full belly for a low price in other posts. This one is just 3 staple foods that use mainly flour.

**Disclaimer: The recipes i will be posting are Not inherently gluten free nor vegan friendly. If you want to include a vegan friendly version or gluten free one feel free to reblog with your own addition ***

Pancakes:

You can buy premade pancake mix if you want to but this is the recipe for when you have ingredients but no premade mix.

Its easy to make a ton of pancakes and over the years i have switched up the recipe by substituting or adding ingredients for more than just these typical pancakes. (Like pumpkin, cinnamon roll, cheesecake, blueberry etc)

What you will need:

  • 2 cups flour
  • 1-2eggs (depending on egg size)
  • 2 Tablespoons Baking powder
  • 1/3 cup Sugar (granulated or confectioners)
  • 1 tablespoon Vanilla extract (optional)
  • Milk or water (about 1cup to start with)
  • 2 tbsp Cooking oil (i use corn)
  • 3tspns table salt

To begin, sift or mix with fork or whisk together baking powder, salt and flour.

Crack the eggs into a separate cup or bowl (just to avoid shells in the flour). Mix in cooking oil, vanilla and beat the eggs until yellow.

If you used granulated sugar mix the sugar with the milk or water until it dissolves. If you used confectioners sugar(powdered) mix it directly into the flour.

Now, mix the egg into the flour first followed by the milk/water. You want the mix to be thick but not sticky and also not watery. If the mix is too sticky mix in a tablespoon of milk/water until properly thinned. If its too watery, add a tablespoon of flour until properly thickened

Cook in a pan on medium heat about ¼-½ cup of mix per pancake.

Plain Egg noodles or Knodels

One of the most simple recipes ever. I use this egg dough recipe for noodles/knodels in a variety of soups or casseroles.

They are very bland but you can always spice them. However, they usually take up the flavor of whatever theyre sitting in. I recommend cream sauces (like stroganoff) and stocks or broths (like chicken soup).

What you will need:

  • 2 cups of flour (plus extra)
  • 3-4 eggs
  • 1-2 teaspoons of salt
  • ¼ cup chilled or room temp water

Firstly, sift the flour with the salt.

Beat the eggs in a seperate bowl to watch for shells.

Mix the water and eggs withe the flour.

The dough should be sort of sticky. If not add a tablespoon of water at a time until it is sticky. You dont want the mix watered down at all. It should be doughy.

Once properly sticky you’re going to have to flour your hands and knead a lite extra flour into the mix until it can hold it shape. The dont shouldn’t rise. There is no leavening in it.

For knodels, have a tiny pile of flour on one side of the bowl with the dough or in a seperate bowl (i have only one mixing bowl so it is usually halved with worked dough on one side and the other is flour). Start pinching off small pieces of the dough and dropping it into the flour.

Knodels should be bite size pieces if cooked dough. Remember the dough will swell once cooked so make them smaller than usual.

Once you started pinchin off pieces, powder your palms and roll the dough pieces into tiny balls. Keep them well floured or else they will stick to other pieces of dough inside the pot or bowl (if you plan on storing them).

Drop them into the pot of hot fluid (water, broth, or sauce) and cook until firm.

For noodles, you need a flat lightly floured surface to flatten out the dough and cut them into ribbons. Cook them the same as the knodels.

Pizza bread dough

Easy to make, easy to cook. Good side dish and you can get fancy by stuff them with cheese and meat for a complete meal. This is just the recipe for the bread.

What you will need:

  • 2 cups of flour
  • 1 yeast packet (they sell quick rise yeast for pizza at stores but im assuming this is not quick rise.)
  • 3 tablspoons olive oil
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar or honey
  • ¼ cup HOT water

Firstly, i use a tea kettle.to heat my water. But you can use a sauce pan (pot) or the microwave. I suggest if you use the stove to start heating the water on low to give yourself time. Also, preheat the oven at 425 degrees (f).

Next, sift the flour with the salt. Mix in the olive oil.

Dealing with the yeast: if you have the quick rise. Mix the sugar and one yeast packet in with the flour. If not, mix the yeast packet and sugar into a separate bowl. Once the water is heated, carefully pour it either in to the yeast dish to activate it or directly into the flour yeast mix. Once the yeast is activated mix it in with the flour.

The dough with be hot. If you have sensitive fingers like i do, let it cool down before handling it. On a lightly floured surface, you will knead the dough until it can hold its shape.

With the instant yeast, its ready to bake. Make your shapes or roll it out for pizza and bake it for about 30 minutes.

The original yeast, youre going to have to oil a bowl and place the yeast ball into the bowl and cover it with plastic wrap or a lid. Stick it in the fridge for about an hour or two and allow it to rise. Once the dough doubles in size, make your shapes and bake it for about 30 minutes.

(Protip, melted butter with herbs like oregano or basil and parmesan cheese can be slathered over the dough during the baking process to make it tasty)

These are just my main three recipes. I have others but i feel this post grew too long to add anymore.

Let me know what you think!

Recomece

Quando a vida bater forte

e sua alma sangrar,

quando esse mundo pesado

lhe ferir, lhe esmagar…

É hora do recomeço.

Recomece a LUTAR.

Quando tudo for escuro

e nada iluminar,

quando tudo for incerto

e você só duvidar…

É hora do recomeço.

Recomece a ACREDITAR.

Quando a estrada for longa

e seu corpo fraquejar,

quando não houver caminho

nem um lugar pra chegar…

É hora do recomeço.

Recomece a CAMINHAR.

Quando o mal for evidente

e o amor se ocultar,

quando o peito for vazio,

quando o abraço faltar…

É hora do recomeço.

Recomece a AMAR.

Quando você cair

e ninguém lhe aparar,

quando a força do que é ruim

conseguir lhe derrubar…

É hora do recomeço.

Recomece a LEVANTAR.

Quando a falta de esperança

decidir lhe açoitar,

se tudo que for real

for difícil suportar…

É hora do recomeço.

Recomece a SONHAR.

Enfim,

É preciso de um final

pra poder recomeçar,

como é preciso cair

pra poder se levantar.

Nem sempre engatar a ré

significa voltar.

Remarque aquele encontro,

reconquiste um amor,

reúna quem lhe quer bem,

reconforte um sofredor,

reanime quem tá triste

e reaprenda na dor.

Recomece, se refaça,

relembre o que foi bom,

reconstrua cada sonho,

redescubra algum dom,

reaprenda quando errar,

rebole quando dançar,

e se um dia, lá na frente,

a vida der uma ré,

recupere sua fé

e RECOMECE novamente.

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