Bourbon chicken recipe with hoisin sauce
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2008.08.25 07:18 Hold the jelly. It's peanut butter time.
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2023.05.29 16:38 edliwj smashed brioche w/ tandoori chicken thighs and jalapeño cheddar
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Made Adam’s tandoori chicken recipe
while grilling, used bone in skinless chicken thighs. Shredded the leftovers and airfried till crisp. Added this to a brioche with a slice of jalapeño cheddar + a slice of american with a little pepper and garlic powder. Sauce is some mayo, lemon and greek basil; a yoghurt based sauce with coriander would have been better. Here’s the brioche video
if anyone wants some inspiration.
2023.05.29 16:24 drkole how i can turn a sausage into a ''gourmet'' sausage?
i wanna make extravagant sausages to appeal to some snobbier folks. currently thinking some kind of chicken sausage with honey wine. my dad made some honey wine that is not exactly best tasting but i can see it could add an interesting layer to a sausage. also i saw one guy turned wine into jello with the gelatin and added it as little cubes to the farce and it dissolves in cooking and makes the sausage extra juicy. anyways - what besides getting the best and freshest ingredients and keeping equipment and room below 12c/50f would help to dial up my sausage game an extra notch? i know the fat gives a taste so i am getting a whole chicken with skin and everything and getting even extra skins to make it fattier. one idea was to deep fry part of the chicken skins and add that to the farce. like bacon bits in some recipes. one guy whose book i read said he uses cream/heavy cream instead of water. sometimes frozen cream cubes. i read on askculinary hwo they make restaurant dishes so tasty is basically more fat, more salt, more sugar and spices. and what would be the safest way to make sure to cook them so they would come out perfect. thinking to pack them in 4-5 in vacuum and sous vide them myself and then the end consumer gets them with little jar of honey butter glaze that is brushed on before cooking in airfryepan/grill quickly on high temp to get that nice crisp brown skin.
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2023.05.29 16:17 KenMikaze1 Haiyaaaa.... Uncle ChatGPT recognized Uncle Roger and created a code on how to make Egg Fried Rice.
2023.05.29 16:11 The0x539 I transcribed Jerma's secret family egg salad recipe because I was tired of looking at the screenshot from the stream.
2023.05.29 16:08 BoneyardBarbecue Calling all BBQ enthusiasts! Get ready for a mouthwatering experience at Boneyard Barbecue!
Attention meat lovers and flavor fanatics! Boneyard Barbecue is here to satisfy your BBQ cravings like never before. Located in the heart of town, our restaurant is a haven for all things smoky, juicy, and delicious.
🍖 Irresistible BBQ Selection: Our menu features a tantalizing array of slow-cooked meats, smoked to perfection. From tender pulled pork and fall-off-the-bone ribs to succulent brisket and flavorful chicken, we've got your BBQ desires covered. Each dish is crafted with love, using our secret blend of seasonings and sauces.
🌽 Sides that Delight: Pair your BBQ feast with our delectable sides that will leave you wanting more. From classic coleslaw and buttery cornbread to tangy baked beans and crispy onion rings, our sides are the perfect complement to your meaty indulgence.
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2023.05.29 15:55 dinewild Basic BBQ Sauce Recipe
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BBQ sauce is more than just a condiment; it’s a key ingredient that elevates the taste of grilled and smoked meats to mouthwatering levels. Whether you’re hosting a backyard barbecue, attending a cookout, or simply craving some finger-licking goodness, BBQ sauce is an essential companion for meat lovers. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the fascinating world of BBQ sauce, exploring its history, regional variations, and tips for creating your own tantalizing concoctions. The Origins and Evolution:
The roots of BBQ sauce can be traced back to ancient civilizations, where early cooks discovered the magical combination of tangy, sweet, and smoky flavors. Over time, BBQ sauce evolved across continents, influenced by various culinary traditions. From the vinegar-based sauces of the American South to the tomato-based sauces of the Midwest and the mustard-based sauces of the Carolinas, each region developed its own unique spin on BBQ sauce
, showcasing the diversity of flavors in the world of barbecue. The Essential Ingredients:
While there are countless variations of BBQ sauce
, several key ingredients remain common. Tomato-based sauces often feature ketchup or tomato paste as a base, providing a rich and tangy flavor. Sweetness is achieved with ingredients like brown sugar, molasses, honey, or maple syrup. To add depth and complexity, spices such as smoked paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, and black pepper are incorporated. The choice of vinegar, whether apple cider, white vinegar, or a combination, brings a necessary acidity that balances the sweetness. Regional Delights:
Exploring the regional variations of BBQ sauce is like embarking on a delicious journey across the United States. In Kansas City, a thick, sweet, and smoky sauce reigns supreme, perfect for slathering on ribs or brisket. Head to the Carolinas, and you’ll find tangy, mustard-based sauces that add a zing to pulled pork. In Memphis, the emphasis is on a thin, tangy, and slightly spicy sauce that beautifully complements smoked meats. And in Texas, a bold, peppery, and tomato-based sauce complements the rich flavors of beef. Each region brings its own flair, providing a delightful array of BBQ sauce experiences. Creating Your Own Signature Sauce:
While regional sauces are beloved classics, there’s nothing stopping you from experimenting and creating your own signature BBQ sauce
. Start with a base of ketchup, tomato sauce, or even fruit preserves. Add sweetness with honey, brown sugar, or maple syrup, adjusting the amount to your taste. Play with various spices, such as cayenne pepper, smoked paprika, or even chipotle powder, to add depth and heat. Don’t forget the tangy element—apple cider vinegar, white vinegar, or Worcestershire sauce can provide that much-needed acidity. The joy of making your own BBQ sauce lies in the ability to tailor it to your personal preferences. The Versatility of BBQ Sauce:
BBQ sauce is not limited to slathering on grilled meats alone. It can be used as a marinade, a basting sauce, or a dipping sauce. Brush it on chicken wings, ribs, or burgers during the grilling process for a delicious caramelized glaze. Use it as a dipping sauce for crispy french fries or as a condiment for sandwiches. The versatility of BBQ sauce
knows no bounds, allowing you to explore its many applications in your culinary adventures.
BBQ sauce is an integral part of the barbecue experience, with its diverse range of flavors and regional variations. It has the power to transform ordinary grilled meats into extraordinary culinary delights. Whether you prefer a sweet and smoky Kansas City-style sauce or a tangy and mustard-based Carolina creation, the world of BBQ sauce offers endless possibilities for tantalizing your taste buds. So, grab your spatula, fire up the grill, and dive into the realm of BBQ sauce—a journey that promises deliciousness at every turn. Ingredients:
- 2 cups ketchup
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
- 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
- 2 tablespoons yellow mustard
- 2 tablespoons molasses
- 2 teaspoons smoked paprika
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- In a medium saucepan, combine the ketchup, brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, yellow mustard, and molasses. Mix well to combine.
- Place the saucepan over medium heat and bring the mixture to a simmer, stirring occasionally.
- Add the smoked paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, and salt to the sauce. Stir to incorporate all the spices.
- Reduce the heat to low and let the sauce simmer for about 15 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking or burning.
- Taste the sauce and adjust the seasoning if needed. If you prefer a sweeter sauce, you can add more brown sugar or molasses. For a tangier flavor, add a little more vinegar or Worcestershire sauce.
- Remove the sauce from the heat and let it cool down completely.
- Once cooled, transfer the BBQ sauce to a jar or airtight container. It can be refrigerated for up to two weeks.
This basic BBQ sauce can be used as a marinade, basting sauce, or dipping sauce for grilled or smoked meats. Feel free to customize the recipe by adding your favorite spices or ingredients to make it your own!
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2023.05.29 15:20 Decent-Candidate-967 I went to bikini bottom and stole the crabby patty formula
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2023.05.29 15:10 H4ppyM3al AI and ADHD - Is it leveling the playing field for us ADHDer or a cheat?
I know sentiment around the explosive advancements in AI can be mixed. But personally I'm seeing it as a way for us to "outsource" the things that tie us up so much with executive functionality and decision paralysis.
I remember someone sharing a tool here where you input all the overwhelming crap on your to do list and it breaks it down into more manageable sub tasks to help get you started. I used Chat GPT this morning in a similar way and asked it to break down the tasks into a daily schedule (morning, afternoon, evening) for the next two weeks and my life seems like it's not the monumentous panic-inducing list I thought it was since seeing it simply laid out this way.
Now here's where it gets into a bit grey area perhaps.
I work for myself in brand and web design. Without meaning to come across braggy - I'm good at this work, super experienced and skilled with a number of years under my belt.
With a neurotypical brain I could possibly do this stuff in my sleep. With my chaotic brain, I repell structure, I'm often reinventing the wheel and making extra work for myself. This makes my executive functioning scream for consistency and systems. Which I have, but depending on the given day these systems work great where I'm in flow and cranking out work or I'm completely frozen in a guilt-dripping paralysis and can't pull my shit together to just get started never mind finish the project. (I'm sure many here can relate)
On these chaotic can't-get-started days, I have started to use AI image generators to help me with idea and composition generation. It's not creating a finalised design and do a ton of work after this, but it's essentially skipping the sketching step in my workflow that I would have spent, potentially, days agonizing over starting and wrecking my deadlines with. It's a low mental investment that gets the ball rolling for me on these ADHD flair up days.
Am I cheating? Since it looks like the future of the industry with the beta release of software like Adobe Firefly, I think it's a smart move not to get left behind! (Side quest: look up the promo videos for Adobe Firefly. It's insane!!)
Some other ways I have used AI to help with my ADHD:
- Writing emails such as stressful email replies, creating email templates for recurring emails, out of office emails
- Creating a travel plan with itinerary based off of a specific budget, location, vibe.
- Learning code or anything really in a conversational way (like a tutor, I can ask it questions when I dont understand something.)
- Understanding complex concepts without losing hours on a deep dive ("Explain .... like I'm a ten year old.")
- Generating ideas, again without losing hours on a deep dive, such as gift ideas, business ideas, ways to save money, etc. (This is a great way to get the ball rolling but likely not a complete answer.)
- Specific meal planning e.g. "Create a 2-week keto meal plan for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. Recipes must not include anchovies, tomatoes or peanuts." Or you can say, something like "I have beans, canned chicken soup, noodles, bell peppers and lemons in my fridge. What recipes can I make? Include detailed recipe instructions".
How have you been using AI to help with your executive function or general ADHD symptoms?
Edit to add a disclaimer: Don't be a silly goose and take all advice given through these tools as truth and sure bets - especially around your money or mental wellbeing. See them as ways to break the spell of ADHD paralysis but know they dont have the nuances and expertise of a human registered professional.
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2023.05.29 15:03 bigtree94 Chicken and vegetable stew
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My stomach was off the last few days so I made this recipe that we often make at home when someone is sick. It’s simple and mild flavored but still filling and delicious— and PCOS friendly :)
Ingredients: Chicken (I used breasts) Potatoes Carrots Whatever friggin veggies you have and want to use Bouillon cube 1 med onion Four cloves garlic, minced An inch sized piece of ginger sliced Bay leaf Cinnamon stick Salt and pepper Parsley chopped finely Paprika Garlic powder
- Cut the chicken the way you would like, it to the size you prefer. I wanted to keep track of how much protein I’m eating so I sliced the chicken breasts in half and kept them fairly whole.
- Season chicken with paprika, garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Sear in the pot you’re going to cook the stew in. Don’t get rid of the excess oil and crisped up bits of chicken, but if there is anything burnt, try and remove these pieces.
- Deglaze the bottom of your pot with water. Whatever stuff stuck to the bottom of the pot, melt it down with water. Fill the pot with water until the chicken is fully covered, plus about two more fingers.
- Immediately add the bay leaf, cinnamon sticks, ginger, and minced garlic. Mrs. Dash works great in this recipe too. The yellow capped one. Add your cut up vegetables at this stage too. I like to keep the veggies in relatively big pieces so that if there are leftovers, they don’t get mushy. Add the parsley when they are halfway cooked.
- Melt in your bouillon cube. Taste for flavor. Make the adjustments you’d like: more garlic, more salt, more parsley… it’s a pretty mild flavored dish but it’s a savory one.
- Ready to serve when veggies and chicken are fully cooked! Can be served alone as is, with rice, or with noodles.
2023.05.29 14:49 sunnyguk Pup suddenly won’t eat meals
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My chihuahua-schnauzer mix used to eat meals 2x a day (breakfast & dinner) without issues (1/2 cup of Health Extension Lite - Chicken & Brown Rice, which she’s been eating since 2021). A month ago, we noticed her gaining some weight despite being on this low calorie food, so wanted to explore another option. After a lot of research, we selected Hill's Science Diet Adult Small & Mini Perfect Weight - Chicken which had great reviews and results. submitted by sunnyguk to DogAdvice [link] [comments]
At first the transition worked pretty well; we eased her into the new food by mixing up her old food gradually with it over a week, and she continued to eat her meals with gusto. Then when it was only the new food, the first week or so went well, until eventually she started eating slower and slower. Then the next week was worse - she refused to eat some meals, and the ones she begrudgingly ate she would eat extremely slowly and leave a huge mess (i.e. kibbles around the bowl). It dawned on us that she wasn’t just fighting the transition, she actually didn’t seem to like the new food. We made the decision to just go back to the old one at that time & bought a new bag.
Now we are back to the original food, same recipe, but the last week has been more of the same. Straight up refusal to eat at mealtimes, leaving kibble on the ground (sometimes she’s picking them up and spitting them out), and making a mess of her eating area. Outside of meals, she’s eating everything normally (Greenie, other treats, some veggies she enjoys normally) and seems in fine spirits so we don’t think she’s ill, but the difficulty at meals when she used to be so consistent is getting really frustrating.
Has anyone dealt with this previously & what is the best way to handle? We love our girl but she can be stubborn as hell, and our willpower may break before she does.
TL;DR: switched my dog’s food about a month ago. She gradually hated it more and more, so we stopped and switched back. Now she won’t eat her original food at mealtimes either (eats everything else normally), so looking for advice.
2023.05.29 14:03 NoDoctor4460 1960s Carter’s Strawberry Resort dinner and wine menu (Strawberry, California)
2023.05.29 14:02 bonesausage UK Pub Food Menu Revamp
I'm looking for some tips or suggestions on how to optimize and revamp a pub menu.
I fear the current menu is too big and too diverse, so I'm looking to consolidate and strengthen it.
Any tips or advice would be extremely welcome and appreciated.
The current menu looks like this:
- chips with gravy/curry sauce/cheese
- hummus with pita
- falafel with ranch
- onion rings
- chicken strips
- mozz sticks
- buffalo chicken wings
- falafel in a pita
- sausage sandwich
- sunday roast (veg, roasties, yorkie, meat, and gravy)
- fish and chips
- chicken parmo
- guinness steak pie
- bangers and mash
That's basically the extent. Almost everything is homemade, aside from the chips, onion rings, calamari, and mozz sticks. Any ideas for how to consolidate, strengthen, and perhaps inject something interesting?
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2023.05.29 13:56 asqueak Dumplings & noodle salad
First time hosting a dinner in many a year. My cooking tends to be inconsistent because I tend to not follow recipes and I’ve only started cooking with meat in the last few months so still learning and definitely not confident about being able to serve a super tasty dinner.
I was thinking of making mushroom and chicken mandu/dumplings. Have one person who doesn’t like ginger and I can’t stand cloves or anything like that, so having trouble finding a recipe guide that I’m confident on.
So I’m thinking mushrooms cooked with soy sauce, garlic, onion powder and added to chicken mince with garlic chives. What else can I do to make it tasty and not reliant on a dipping sauce? Also - what dipping sauce would you pair with that?
As a side dish/accompaniment I was thinking of a cold noodle salad - either somen or glass noodles; shredded carrot, cucumber, cabbage, and apple; dressed with a mix of gochujang, apple sauce, soy sauce, apple cider vinegar, sesame oil.
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2023.05.29 13:38 galth88 Stonewall Kitchen Bourbon Molasses Barbecue Sauce Coupon Code
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2023.05.29 13:22 krillarcticfoodsus Krill Cakes with Caper Tartar Sauce
2023.05.29 13:11 galth88 Stonewall Kitchen Chicken Marsala Simmering Sauce Coupon Code
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2023.05.29 12:59 galth88 Stonewall Kitchen Bourbon Pecan Caramel Sauce Coupon Code
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2023.05.29 12:54 jack_hudson2001 Peruvian Chicken with Green Sauce and Tomato rice in the style of Assenheim 56 [homemade]
2023.05.29 12:26 Huge-Cockroach8878 #The Secret Behind Old Godmother’s Success:Story of Passion and Persistence
If you love spicy food, you probably have heard of Old Godmother, the famous chili sauce from China that has taken the world by storm. But do you know the story behind this sauce? It is a story of passion and persistence, of a woman who started from nothing and built an empire.
Old Godmother, or Lao Gan Ma in Chinese, was founded by Tao Huabi in 1996. She was a poor widow who had to raise her two sons by herself. She had no formal education and no business experience. She started by making chili sauce at home and selling it at a local market. She soon gained a loyal following of customers who loved her sauce for its rich flavor and spiciness.
She named her sauce Old Godmother because she wanted to be like a godmother to her customers, providing them with delicious food and happiness. She also wanted to honor her own mother, who taught her how to make chili sauce. She used only natural ingredients and no preservatives, and she insisted on making every batch herself.
She gradually expanded her business, hiring more workers and building factories. She also diversified her products, creating different varieties of chili sauce, such as crispy chili oil, black bean chili oil, and chicken-flavored chili oil. Her sauce became popular not only in China, but also in other countries, such as the US, Australia, Japan, and Thailand. Today, Old Godmother is one of the most successful brands in China, with annual sales of over $700 million.
The secret behind Old Godmother's success is simple: passion and persistence. Tao Huabi loves what she does and never gives up. She is an inspiration to many people who dream of creating something out of nothing. She proves that with hard work and dedication, anything is possible.
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2023.05.29 12:18 DragonLabz Navigating the Complexity of AI Prompts: An Enhanced Tier List
As we all know, one of the intriguing aspects of conversing with AI like GPT-3 or GPT-4 is the vast array of prompts we can use to solicit responses. However, all prompts are not created equal. They can range from very basic ones, like "Tell me a joke," to highly complex, multi-step ones that require the AI to process several layers of information and user input.
Recently, I've been working on refining a tiered classification system for these prompts, designed to help us better understand and leverage the capabilities of AI like ChatGPT.
Here's the enhanced list, and I would love to get your thoughts and feedback:
Tier 1: Elementary Prompts These are straightforward prompts with no specific instructions or constraints. The AI is free to generate an open-ended response, devoid of any context. e.g., "Tell me a joke."
Tier 2: Elementary Prompts with Specific Guidelines A notch up from Tier 1, these prompts add a layer of specificity or constraints to guide the AI in its response. e.g., "Tell me a joke about astronauts."
Tier 3: Intermediate Prompts These prompts require the AI to process user input, demanding interpretation and adaptation from the AI. e.g., "Given my list of groceries (tomatoes, lettuce, and chicken), what's a good recipe I can make?"
Tier 4: Intermediate Prompts with Multiple Tasks This level involves several tasks within one prompt, expecting the AI to manage and prioritize multiple user inputs or objectives. e.g., "Summarize the plot of the novel 'To Kill a Mockingbird' and provide an analysis of its main themes."
Tier 5: Advanced Prompts These prompts involve complex instructions and require the AI to perform high-level tasks. e.g., "Create a project timeline for building a new mobile app, considering tasks such as market research, design, coding, testing, and deployment."
Tier 6: Expert Prompts with Integrated Feedback The highest tier involves a sequence of prompts or dialogue with the user, where each input or output informs the next, maintaining context across an extended interaction. e.g., Prompt 1: "What is your favorite genre of movies?" User Input: "I like horror movies." Prompt 2: "Great, horror movies can be quite thrilling. Can you name a few of your favorites?"
I hope this revised tier list helps us better understand the capabilities of AI models. More importantly, it can guide us in creating more effective and complex prompts. What do you think? Have you used prompts in the higher tiers? What was your experience?
Looking forward to your thoughts and experiences!
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2023.05.29 11:48 Peachy-Compote1807 Advice on meat intake (recipes and ideas)
TLDR: ideas for baby friendly recipes with meat?
Hi! Our family doesn’t eat a lot of meat, but we want to make sure our boy has a varied diet, which would include animal protein.
We realized that even though that’s our intention, we often overlook meat dishes… He usually has meat only about once a week. And because I don’t know how to serve meat to babies, it’s usually pureed meet… which he, understandably, does not love.
I’ve tried with pulled beef, no luck. He sucked on it for maybe 2 seconds, but that was it. We give him the odd bone to suck on to practice oral eating skills, but that doesn’t really count as food. Would meatballs work? Should I cook them in a sauce, or in the oven? Wouldn’t those be too dry? What’s the consistency I need to aim for? Thanks a bunch!!
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2023.05.29 11:24 MinaZ631 Can Meat and Chicken be mixed in one recipe ?
Are there any recipes where you can mix meats (beef, ham) with poultry (chicken, turkey) ?
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