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Greg Focker wrote:Dave, if it is really you (due to the lack of Dillo Dust in the last couple of recipes, I have my doubts ), I just made the Potato-Spam-Chowder. Good stuff, if a bit salty, and I didnt directly add salt at all. I may have to look for some low sodium Spam or something. Thankfully, cayenne pepper solves small cooking issues like this... and large ones, too, for that matter.
Greg Focker wrote:Am I the only who formulates large parts of his shopping list around what he sees posted in this thread?
koolaidND wrote:I can't believe you actually used a Mcdonald's product to make something awesome. Looks like I am adding this to the menu this week.
molawns wrote: Did you get it from a "run-of-the-mill" grocery store, or from a "speciality store" (Asian supermarket, etc.)?
Dave_M wrote:Shrimp and Rice
This can easily feed two. Since it’s just me, I have an awesome breakfast tomorrow!
-1/2 pound Shrimp
-‘Boil in bag’ rice. Udon is an alternative
-Can of corn (rinsed)
-Garlic powder (garlic salt is shown, out of garlic powder ) Just be careful of salt content if using garlic salt
The basic setup:
1) Cook rice according to package directions
2) While rice is cooking, place shrimp in ziplock bag. Add spices. Don’t use too much cumin and don’t hold back on the paprika.
3) After rice is cooked and drained, place pan on stove and melt butter on medium-high heat
4) Toss in corn
5) After corn is cooked for a couple minutes, toss in the spiced shrimp
6) When shrimp is nearly done (it doesn’t take long and is largely dependent on size), toss in the cooked rice and stir. Cook until heated through
7) Plate and enjoy! I put some dabs of sriracha for added flavor. Can’t help but think a green onion would have added a bit more color.
The corn adds just the right amount of sweetness to the dish. Man, this was so awesome I must've eaten it within five minutes.
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molawns wrote:Dang! Some of these recipes are pretty "fancy", IMO. As a bachelor, I like bachelor chow that's cheap, easy to make and tastes good. It also needs to be simple, since I only have three appliances...a toaster oven, a microwave and a "hotplate". Here's my offering...
prep & cook time: about 10 min.
I eat these almost everyday. I also have a "breakfast version" I do using sausage gravy as the sauce and scrambled eggs, bacon crumbles and cheddar cheese as the toppings. I'll see if I can do another post on that later. Dessert pizzas are possible, too...Nutella and marshmallow fluff, anyone? Howzabout a "Peanut Butter Cup Pizza"? Pita bread, peanut butter and pieces of chocolate bar on top. Fruit pie filling out of the can and crushed cookie crumbs? Possibilities are endless.
EDIT:spellcheck and add some other info.
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