Yohan's original recipe thread

Discussion in 'Health and Fitness' started by Yohan, Jul 24, 2008.

  1. Yohan

    Yohan In the Spirit of Yohan Supporter

    Ok at Martial Dad's request, I'm going to start a recipe thread. Here's what I did tonight:

    Chicken with peach and yogurt stuffing:

    1 2.5 lb chicken

    3 large peaches
    1 small sweet onion (used 1 stalk green onion cause I had leftovers too)
    Good bit of curry powder (a good deal, this taste ended up mixing real well with the peaches)
    Pinch allspice
    2 T fresh ginger
    2 cloves garlic
    Enough yogurt to get it lubricated

    Dash cayenne pepper
    Dash lemon pepper

    Rub half the rub under the skin on the flesh and half on the skin
    Stuff the cavity with the stuffing

    Mines baking now - at 400 for about 1 hour.

    I'll let ya'll know how it is tomorrow when I dig in.
  2. Moi

    Moi Warriors live forever x

    Here's his tuna salad from yesterday.

    1 large can tuna
    3 hard boiled eggs
    couple hanfulls walnuts
    1/4 cup mayo
    ~3/4 jar kalamatta olives

    Chop eggs, walnuts and olives coarsely, break up tuna a good bit, mix it all together.

    Makes a delicious, simple tuna salad. Serve with green grapes or tomatos.
  3. Yohan

    Yohan In the Spirit of Yohan Supporter

    Another one I did recently:

    1 lb shrimp (I baked it without any spices - I'll at least do salt and pepper next time), coarsely chopped
    6 fresh avacados
    2 T mayonnaise
    4 green onions, finely chopped
    salt and pepper to taste
    Lemon juice, to taste 1/8 to 1/4 cup

    coarsely mash the avacados so there are still large chunks of it
    Mix in mayo, green onions, salt and pepper, lemon juice and shrimp

  4. Yohan

    Yohan In the Spirit of Yohan Supporter

    ^^ got 4 servings out of that.
  5. Moi

    Moi Warriors live forever x

    Might as well keep 'em all in one place

  6. Yohan

    Yohan In the Spirit of Yohan Supporter

    The stuffed chicken was absolutely delicious. Lots of curry powder was a good move - didn't make it too spicy!

  7. piratebrido

    piratebrido internet tough guy

    Yohan how do I storm me up a can of kickass. And the instrauctions to brewing up a long tall glass of shut up juice would be cool also.

  8. Yohan

    Yohan In the Spirit of Yohan Supporter

    Combine the following:

    The juice of one big titty
    A sprinkle of chest hair
    1/2 Cup Guinness
    1/2 Cup Whiskey (Jack Daniels or Scotch, depending on whether you want Good ol' southern buy whoopass, or limey kickass)
    Shell casings
    Burnt rubber

    Put in a can, and punch it really hard until it explodes.

    I don't know. I don't make mine fresh, I just get it at Man-Mart.

  9. Moi

    Moi Warriors live forever x

    I'm gonna take a raincheck on that one thanks
  10. Yohan

    Yohan In the Spirit of Yohan Supporter

    Unlike Piratebrido, you've got some taste, but hey, I cater to everyone!!
  11. piratebrido

    piratebrido internet tough guy

    Please, I have a refined pallet. I use only the finest rubber in my cooking.

    Good thread though. My lunches usually consist of a tub of spinach, broccoli, raw carrot and steamed chicken. I'm not really inventive in the kitchen! :p
  12. Banpen Fugyo

    Banpen Fugyo 10000 Changes No Surprise

    Bachelor's Bulking Chilli Recipe: (lasts all week so be hungry before you make it :D )

    2 lbs ground beef
    1 or 2 sliced medium onions
    1 can peeled tomatoes (normal sized can)
    1 can of tomato paste (teenie can)
    1 can red kidney beans
    1 can white kidney beans
    1 green pepper (diced)
    2 cloves garlic
    salt (to taste) (usually about 2 tsp)
    chili powder (to taste) (Same)
    crushed red pepper (to taste) (I prefer a crap ton)
    (sometimes i get frisky and throw in some oregano/thyme/rosemary/whatever)

    Brown mean and onions in skillet.
    Drain if you want
    Throw everything into a huge pot
    Let simmer for 2 hours

  13. Fillythebish

    Fillythebish Valued Member

    Chicken and vegetable stir fry (kind of original)

    150g of chicken breast
    1 onion
    3 chopped cloves of garlic
    Fist full of chopped carrots
    Fist full of chopped mushrooms
    Fist full of chopped beansprouts
    Fist full of chopped runner beans
    Fist full of corn
    1 stock cube
    50ml water

    Heat oil in a wok with a stock cube, fry chicken until brown, add onions and garlic cloves, add water, add rest of vegetables and simmer while stirring until vegetables are slightly cooked.
  14. Guvnor

    Guvnor Valued Member

    Okay I was going to make a thread, but done a quick search and this popped up. Sorry for reviving a 2year old thread :$ but I thought maybe its better then making a new one.

    Jacket Potatoes

    A Baked Potato

    Method Microwave -
    pr-ick the potato all over, then wrap in kitchen paper, and put in microwave
    Microwave on high for 4 mins on one side
    Then turn potato over and repeat
    It should be squooshy. This is the offical term. If not squooshy, then put on for another minute on each side
    Cut open and add a filling or two or three

    Method - Oven
    Wash and dry the potato
    Pre Heat the oven to 180 to 200 degrees centigrade
    pr-ick the potato all over and then wrap in tin foil
    Place in oven for 90 minutes
    It is ready when you can stab your fork into it and feel little or no resistance as you pull it out
    Cut open and add a filling or two or three

    Method - Stuffed Jacket
    After cooking the potato

    Scoop the insides out and mash with an egg, marg and cheese
    Pop back in jackets and sprinkle cheese on top
    Grill for a bit, serve with beans, that is gorgeous

    Jacket Potatoes are a very easy food to cook, very filling and very healthy. If you enjoy the potato skins, try rubbing salt and olive oil on them prior to cooking in the oven, it makes them salty, crispy and oh-so-delicious.
  15. Guvnor

    Guvnor Valued Member

    Egg Fried Rice

    A really easy way to add something to a regular stir fry/Chinese meal.

    2 eggs
    peas and/or spring onions

    firstly boil off the rice as normal, when it done drain it and wash with boiling water to remove the starch.
    get a deep frying pan or a wok and heat some oil
    beat the eggs and add to the wok/frying pan but only when the oil is very hot, and cook the egg a few minutes.
    when the egg is cooked add the peas and/or spring onions and cook for a minute or two
    add rice and cook until they have heated through and serve.
  16. mmafightcritic

    mmafightcritic New Member

    i might try Yohan's chicken recipe with tofu...
  17. flaming

    flaming Valued Member

    Satay sprouts
    Brussel sprouts
    Peanut Butter

    Mix together sprouts and peanubutter in a saucepan with a little salt. Put the heat on. Burn the sprouts and pb for several minutes. Cover sprouts with boiling water. Boil for 5-10 minutes.

    I find this goes well with most meat or with noodles.
  18. Moi

    Moi Warriors live forever x

    That's too easy not to try:)
  19. SpikeD

    SpikeD At the Frankenstein Place

    :jawdrop: Why oh why would anybody want to experiment with sprouts other than finding ways to hide them under or in something to avoid actually eating them? :dunno:
  20. Moi

    Moi Warriors live forever x

    I'm not a fan but if the things can be made to taste err....nice? then bring then on! I've been meaning to do a recipe with then involving Pancetta but I keep forgetting when shopping :bang:

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