DayKnight_Projects

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  • King of Pho in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    1. In a large bowl, place one package of rice noodles. In a saucepan or kettle, boil enough water to completely cover the noodles after pouring it into the bowl. Let noodles steep for 15 minutes, drain, and set aside.
  • Jambalaya in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Note: Most cooking will be done at Med-Med/High heat unless otherwise stated. Adjust as necessary if things are too smokey or boiling is too violent.
  • Indian Chicken Curry in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Season chicken pieces with salt and pepper. Heat oil and curry powder in a large skillet over medium-high heat for two minutes. Stir in onions and garlic, and cook 1 minute more.
  • Giardiniera Chicken in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Put the chicken (preferably frozen) in a slower cooker (crock pot) with the Giardinara. Cook for 8-10 hours. Serve over rice. Chicken made with Italian pickled veggies. A Chicago classic.
  • Donkatsu in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Tenderize the pork. I use one of those spiky hammers to pound the meat flat. (Note, you can also use chicken breasts that have been cut in half.)
  • Chuck Wagon Chili in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    1) Cook the bacon until it is crispy and the fat has rendered out. Add the diced onion to the pan about midway through the cooking, and cook until translucent. Set aside bacon and onions. Brown the rest of the ...
  • Chicken in Yu Xiang Sauce in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Put a large pan on medium heat. Add oil, doubanjiang, vinegar or white wine, soy sauce and sugar. Mix together and cook until the mixture becomes fragrant and turns dark red. Add the minced shallots, garlic and ginger and cook ...
  • Cajun Inspired Stew in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Dice everything other than the sausage Chop the sausage toss everything into a crockpot/slow-cooker cook on low for 6-8 hours eat; save the rest
  • Bruno's Love Chicken in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Heat olive oil or butter in a large skillet over medium high. Cook garlic in oil until browned. This should take 1-2 minutes. Place chicken in the skillet, cooking for 5-10 minutes on each side, or until chicken is no ...
  • Shortbread cookies in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Set oven to 310F Cream butter, sugar, and cardamom (if using) with a beater Dump flour in bowl, and mix thoroughly, i use a fork to start and then use beater again
  • Delicious Peanut Butter Sandwich in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Spread Peanut Butter on bread with a knife *Optional* Spread Peanut Butter on both slices for extreme Peanut Buttery-ness! Tastes Peanut Buttery!
  • Buffalo Chicken Wing Dip in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Thoroughly cook chicken breast in a little hot sauce and butter Finely chop or shred chicken In a large mixing bowl, add cream cheese, hot sauce, blue cheese, and half of the cheddar cheese
  • ANZAC biscuits in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    1: put oven at 180 celsius to spite the imperialists here 2: grease 3 oven slides 3: gently melt butter and golden syrup, do not boil or burn
  • Shrimp Tempura! in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    1. Pour oil into a pot and heat it to close to a boil. This takes a little while, so set it up while you do the other stuff. Watch it so that it doesn't spatter, that shit hurts!
  • Curry Puffs in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    1. Saute the ground beef, onion, and garlic. Add the salt and pepper to your liking. 2. Mix the curry powder and a bit of water together to make curry paste, then add it to the beef mixture.
  • Samosas in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    For the dough: Mix flour, salt, and oil in a mixing bowl, preferably using your hands Add water in small increments (about 1-4 tbsp) until dough just comes together, the dough will be sticky
  • Super Quick Banana Pancakes in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    1. In a medium bowl mash the bananas with a fork. Add cinnamon (and whey if you're using it) and mix until incorporated. Add eggs and whisk till the mixture resembles a batter. Adding the cinnamon before the eggs prevents ...
  • Grandma's French Toast in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Crack your eggs into a large bowl and beat with a fork or whisk until well whipped around. Spoon in the sugar, then the cinnamon, and whisk again until the sugar and cinnamon is well combined with the eggs.
  • Grain-free Apple Pancakes in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Grate the apple. Squeeze out as much of the juice as you can into a cup, and set it aside to drink while you're waiting for the pancakes to cook.
  • Fast and Fun French Toast in reply to DayKnight Cookbook by DayKnight_Projects

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    Mix the eggs, the milk, the sugar, the cinammon, and the vanilla extract in a bowl Pour the mixture into a shallow cake pan (a 9x9 cake pan is usually fine)