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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » October 13, 2020, 8:34 am

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Do I feel love in the air Paul..;-)great we are back on track again..Jepp,tasted 80% okey,and took all in all 20 minutes to prepp..The dog got a taste to,the skin of the seabass..downed in a blink and still moving ;-)

Have a great day Paul..//Alfie..:-)
Hmm,edited this post yesterday and now have to do it again..??? :-k :-k :-k


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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » October 14, 2020, 3:39 pm

Todays lunch/dinner...Chicken sallad/Basmati Rice toppen whith crushed Amonds and Pistage nuts.
Prepptime 10 min.Sallad sause...Sourcream 1 tabelspoon,Hot Chilli Sause same as yesterday but added 1 tabelspoon Mill Majjo,3 tabelspoons of water,mixed and tossed in to the sallad.
Grilled Chicken 75-100gr..Basmati 50-75 gr..+ the Mixed Bic-C sallad for 40Bath..To drink Lemonwater..Taste okey 70%,my tastebuds..cheap,healthy and tasty..Best of all,easy to prepare..10 min done.

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Have a god afternoon evryone..//Alfie out...:-)
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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » October 15, 2020, 2:04 pm

Late lunch today.Homemade Bolognes sause whith some baconbits.I usally do a a big one whith 1 kilo of Minced meat..that makes together with all the other ingridients 15-16 portions that i put in the freezer.

1 portion around 1dl of Bolognes sause+
115grams of spaghetti+3 grams of cheese and freshly grounded Blackpepper.
Prepptime..10 min.
1 pice of Wasa Sport Crips bread.
Lemon wather 0.5 L

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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » October 16, 2020, 8:54 am

well i did an attempt to make my own puff pastry for croissants ...
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the flat one is all the cut offs ,test to use as pie bottom , ok
so not bad for first attempt but i am sure i can improve this ,when ever i feel do because a lot of work (time) ;)

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Re: baking

Post by tamada » October 16, 2020, 10:37 am

kopkei wrote:
October 16, 2020, 8:54 am
well i did an attempt to make my own puff pastry for croissants ...
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the flat one is all the cut offs ,test to use as pie bottom , ok
so not bad for first attempt but i am sure i can improve this ,when ever i feel do because a lot of work (time) ;)
Good work! I would reckon 7 out of 10 for a first attempt. Unlike my first batch, at least you can recognize what they're meant to be!

They are labor intensive and it's a reason why I can't get too enthusiastic about baking my own Aberdeen 'rowies'. Hours of patiently rolling and folding and rolling and 'resting' all for a dozen sumptuous fresh baked butteries that get demolished in twenty minutes by the live-in gannets.

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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » October 17, 2020, 2:37 pm

Lunch today as follows:

Chicken 260 gram
Basmatirice 105 gram
Plumtoatoes 100 gram

Dessert:
Two big tablespoons of Jolinda Yougurt
Two Kiwi Fruits Gold New Zeeland..twice the daliy intake of vitamin C i got from those two Fruits.And dryed Cranberrys.
Some mixed nuts maybe 10 gram.
And 0.5l of Lemon water


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Have a great Saturday afternoon...:-)
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Re: baking

Post by lassebasse » October 18, 2020, 4:15 pm

I see in several of your recepies that you use Basmati rice, anything wrong with thai Jasmine rice?

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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » October 18, 2020, 6:51 pm

lassebasse wrote:
October 18, 2020, 4:15 pm
I see in several of your recepies that you use Basmati rice, anything wrong with thai Jasmine rice?
LB,i tryed it loooong time ago and like the "dryer and longer rice",together with my herb when cooking it it just taste better,me think.But i should try to find the Brown Basmati who they say has a more nutty flavor.But Khaow hom malie special cut my wife buys is also good..What i miss most is our Swedish Mandel Potatoes,yellow and very nice.

So White Basmati for now,looking for the brown one now ;) Thank for reading my posts and asking..LB stay healthy ;) ..//Alfie
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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » October 18, 2020, 7:03 pm

Did these Protein Thin Panncakes yesterday:

Almond milk ca.60 mililiter
2 eggs
Two scoops of Whey Isolate Protein powder.
1 whole sliced Banana..Cinnamon.

Makes 2 28cm large Thin PK..Homeade Cranberry sause and two biggish teaspoons of Sourcream..jummy jummy.

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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » October 19, 2020, 10:28 am

Todays brekkie if someone is intrested.

Yesterday i did Whey Protein Thin Panncakes,which i rellay liked.So this morning i had another go at them,only diffrent was when i ate them (for breafast this time)what i choose to tpu on top of them.So hewre we go.

First i had my usuall number 1 brekkie:

Wholewheat bread,one slice, who has alot of nice nuts and seeds in them,bought at Big-C (109Bath give me around 8-10 slices).One big tabelspoon of Chrunchy Peanut ButterWhith a 1/4:th of a sliced Banana.That was washed down whith 160 mililiter of frechly brewed coffee,milk and a half a teaspoon of brow sugar06.30 this morning.
https://www.lazada.co.th/products/crunc ... .html?mp=1

09.00 i had my Whey Protein Pannkes (pics from today),two 28cm thin ones.Same like yesterday.But i choose another topping.One Newzeeland Gold Kiwi Friut..half i banana,four frozen pices of Mango,Peruvian Bluberrys,one tabelspoon of Sourcream,nuts and Cinnamon.

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Had some coffe left..around same sa i had earlyer this morning..Now time to feed the dogs too ;)

Weather is nice,so later,before lunch Doggiwalk or whith bicycle..30 min.

Stay healthy and strong keep the Doctors visit/medication to a minimum...//Alfie
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Re: baking

Post by Shado » October 19, 2020, 12:44 pm

...Peruvian Bluberrys...
Fresh Australian blueberries marked down at Tops, ฿ 129.

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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » October 19, 2020, 1:07 pm

Shado wrote:
October 19, 2020, 12:44 pm
...Peruvian Bluberrys...
Fresh Australian blueberries marked down at Tops, ฿ 129.

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Just back from an 40 min bicycle-doggie exercise,no more,attacked not once but twice by packs of dogs whith owners,but no, they do not care if they attack me or my dog,freaking tired of this,sorry shado had to get it out of my system :oops: :oops:

Have you tryed them?Just for fun i going to buy one pack and let my Swedish tastebuds have a go at them ;) Thanks again shado,will be back whith a review later i hope..

Intresting reading here:
https://www.internationalblueberry.org/ ... -in-china/
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Re: baking

Post by Shado » October 19, 2020, 1:36 pm

No I haven't tried them yet. Hope you find them suitable. Doubtful that you will find any that match Nordic blueberries though. Canadian berries may come close. I've eaten really delicious fresh wild blueberries while in Canada.

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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » October 19, 2020, 2:26 pm

Shado wrote:
October 19, 2020, 1:36 pm
No I haven't tried them yet. Hope you find them suitable. Doubtful that you will find any that match Nordic blueberries though. Canadian berries may come close. I've eaten really delicious fresh wild blueberries while in Canada.
Australian blueberries are grown in colder climat in Australia,the video tells us.Same as the Peruvian grown up in the mountain part of Peru...and they are goooood.Then you have also diffrent strains..China that use to buy at Macro..is no more put in the trolley or my tummy for that matter ;)
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Re: baking and cooking

Post by tamada » October 20, 2020, 7:56 pm

Slow cooked chicken tortilla soup tonight. Didn't have any fresh tortillas to toast so sliced some wraps instead. Close enuff.
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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » October 25, 2020, 12:25 pm

today waffle/cake morning ;)
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Re: baking

Post by Drunk Monkey » October 25, 2020, 1:17 pm

Oh my buddha .. im.salivating ..love wafferns
Claret n Blue all way thru .. Up the Iron
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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » October 28, 2020, 8:32 pm

What you think kopkie,worth doing?

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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » November 1, 2020, 7:06 am

sorry alfie , missed this one , looks good , is it a sort of omelet/quiche ?... ;)

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Re: baking

Post by papafarang » November 1, 2020, 7:27 am

Making my first key lime pie today .simple and tasty
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