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Old 05-01-2014, 04:35 AM   #81
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We fix this while camping, its easy..........

FRIED BREAD

Ingredients:
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1-1/2 tablespoons lard, melted (butter may be substituted)
1/2 cup warm water
1/4 cup room temperature milk
4 cups oil for deep frying

Directions:
1) Combine flour, baking powder and salt in a large bowl. Set aside.
2) Combine water, milk and lard or butter in a large measuring cup.
3) Slowly add liquids to flour and mix just until dough forms a ball. Knead in the bowl, about 10 times, to form a smooth ball that is not sticky. A small amount of flour may be added if needed. Cover dough with a damp towel or plastic wrap and let sit for 30 minutes.
4) Heat oil in a deep fryer or a high-sided pan. If using an electric pan set thermostat to 350 degrees F.
5) Divided dough into 8 approximately equal pieces. Pat on a floured board or with floured hands to form circles about 5 to 6-inches in diameter. Place dough, a piece at a time, into hot oil and cook for 2 minutes per side. Drain on paper towels. Repeat until all dough is used.
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Old 05-01-2014, 08:39 PM   #82
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I've got some fresh 15 count white shrimp. I need a new way to cooke them up.......Tell me......
Try doing them as a curry. Here in Australia curried prawns(shrimp),yabbies(crayfish), shrimp are a favourite.
You can also cook them in Green Ginger Wine or garlic with stir fried vegies or as we also love here boil them up and when cooked grab a slab of beer, a few mates and some seafood sauce and kick back dip the shrimp/prawns/yabbies in the sauce and eat washed down with a slab of cold beer.

Makes for a real good beer and BS session.
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303tom............Iffin you was to stuff those before frying with my crab and crawfish recipe thered be non left on the plate to take a picture of................ Any body got cane syrup and butter to go with those bagnets.............
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Two cups ea., Diced, onions, bell peppers, celery. Four cloves of garlic minced. Two large jalepeno deseeded and minced. Six slices of bacon fried off and drained then crumbled. I pound of peeled and deboned crab meat. One pound of cooked crawfish tails chopped. One stick of margerine. And your fav. cooking cheese............Put just enough bacon grease and butter to sautee the trinity and garlic, add the crawfish and jalepeno. Cook for 3 min. add crab meat, cheese and bacon bits. Bring all together under low heat. Let cool then stuff between thin bread layers. Fry till golden brown..........minced mushrooms also work. This is one bread recipe that can take many turns. Try it with cooked breakfast sausage and a sunny side up egg. Carefull not to break the yolk when folding before frying............Oh Yie Yie............
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If you have enough room in your fridge you can 1/4 the animal and let it "cure" in there for up to two weeks. When I am in the grocery buying meat I try to buy the managers special. This meat has been on the shelf for awhile and has allowed the tissue to start the break down process of decay. The meat has been kept cold so bacteria can't grow but the tissue is broke down. This makes the meat way more tender and tasty when cooked. Also be careful not to overcook this only turns it to rubber.
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Default Green chicken...................

Vrs. Green meat..................????????????????????
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