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Re: Notessomes' Secret Recipes
« Reply #80 on: June 28, 2007, 05:07:54 pm »
My (Hungarian) Mommy’s recipe:

Feta cheese cream

OFFy’s olive oil ^_^
500 g feta cheese
garlic to taste

Mix the feta with the pressed garlic and olive oil to prepare a cream. Spread it on hot toasts and eat with fresh paprikas and tomatoes. It’s a very simple recipe, but I couldn’t finish eating it... :roll-eyes:

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Re: Notessomes' Secret Recipes
« Reply #81 on: June 28, 2007, 05:56:59 pm »
Mmhhh... I like simplicity in the kitchen! Fresh, high-quality ingredients, that's the key! :)

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Re: Notessomes' Secret Recipes
« Reply #82 on: July 02, 2007, 09:04:35 am »
Lemon breakfast

Take one of the lemons you have left over from making that cheese cake you served last weekend. Grate its peel into your birdfood, then cut it inhalves and squeeze the juice into your orange juice. :wOOt:
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Re: Notessomes' Secret Recipes
« Reply #83 on: January 28, 2013, 05:07:35 pm »
I'm so happy, today little Jácint had the very same lunch that we had. Pork rib with steamed vegetables and rice, blended for him, naturally. :)

Apparently I need another child, a smaller one too. This one is big already and only needs me for feeding him. :unsure: :lol:
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Re: Notessomes' Secret Recipes
« Reply #84 on: January 29, 2013, 10:27:54 am »
Oh congrats, Lucy! His first regular meal. :wOOt:

But little Jácint still has enough to learn until he's too big, don't you think? He's big when he's a able to earn and prepare his own meals. But then again... like... umm... are you trying to tell us something? Any news?

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Re: Notessomes' Secret Recipes
« Reply #85 on: January 29, 2013, 01:44:42 pm »
Oh, yes, I was joking of course. :D But still it's scary how fast he keeps growing more and more independent. :unsure:

News? Not yet (as far as I know), apart from the fact that I look like 4-5 months pregnant. :nosweat:

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Re: Notessomes' Secret Recipes
« Reply #86 on: January 29, 2013, 02:02:17 pm »
Look like only?  ;D   or......

I found a nice recipe on the internet for oatmeal. It's from the website of my favourite company that sells stuff like müsli and oats.

http://www.jordanscereals.co.uk/our-blog/beautiful-breakfast-porridge-with-honey-poached-pear-and-chopped-walnuts/
But then again, who does.

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Re: Notessomes' Secret Recipes
« Reply #87 on: March 07, 2013, 07:18:52 pm »
Oh yes, look like only... :( So I have no excuse. We love to eat! :D

So here's my fabulous Homestead Dhal recipe: for four very hungry persons:

You will need:
500g yellow split peas
salt
garlic
hot curry spice mix
oil (I use sunflower oil)
flour
water
onions

Put the yellow split peas in water and leave them to rest for some hours (even for a night). Wash the peas very well, and put them to boil in abundant clean cold water. Put salt, curry and garlic in. (I used 6-7 garlic cloves because I love the taste, each one cut in 2-3 pieces.) Then leave it to cook slowly, until the peas become softer and start to come apart overcooked.

Put 2-3 spoonfuls of flour in a mug, put cold water slowly on it and stir very well with an egg-beater. Watch out, because it gets lumpy easily! :) When it's homogeneous, pour it very slowly into the dhal, while stirring it continuously. You should come to Dreamers' Homestead so I can teach you this movement, so basic in Hungarian kitchen. ;)

Keep stirring (watch out, it burns easily because of the flour), and bring the whole thing to boil once more, and it's finished. :)

I'm used to eat it with some fried onion, and with bread. I cut the onions to small pieces, and simply fry them in oil until they become a bit softer. After it got a little bit colder, I put - you would never imagine what - Hungarian spice pepper, paprika in it and mix until the paprika melts. I put the oily onion pieces on the top of the dhal. Ready! :) Enjoy this Indo-Hungarian dish! :lol:









P. S.: Oh, and watch out... it creates a lot of erm......... wind.
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Re: Notessomes' Secret Recipes
« Reply #88 on: March 11, 2013, 11:07:53 pm »
Sounds great, Lucy! I don't care about school-kids hating another form of that dish. It's dhal, with garlic and chilli, so how can it be bad?

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