What's your secret recipe?

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Re: What's your secret recipe?

Post by Preciosonic » 23 Aug 2017, 05:51

First of all congrats on the publication and secondly you bet I wanna know what it is
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Post by RegularGuy3 » 04 Sep 2017, 15:13

I make a fantastic posole. The recipe will remain a secret.

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Post by Preciosonic » 07 Sep 2017, 06:27

Hmmm,ok
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Post by JudasFm » 26 Mar 2018, 08:27

For me it's a secret chocolate cake recipe. With it, I make a seriously good chocolate cake if I do say so myself ;)

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Post by DATo » 26 Mar 2018, 08:35

I don't keep recipes a secret. I love to share my recipes and get new, invented ones from others.

I tend to look down on people who are selfish and refuse to share a recipe, but I especially dislike people who will intentionally give you their recipe when asked but intentionally mess it up so you will not get the same results. There is a special place reserved in hell for them.
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Post by SABRADLEY » 26 Mar 2018, 09:49

I love my secret recipes! I always take "season to taste" instructions to a whole new level. I don't recall any recipe that I haven't doctored considerably :)

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Post by Helen_Combe » 26 Mar 2018, 15:24

Well. mine’s not a secret, but I’ve never been served a spaghetti carbonara like my spaghetti carbonara, so it must be semi secret. I don’t like them when they are swimming in the creamy sauce, mine is quite dry and I think it’s delicious with a dressed lettuce and onion salad.
Serves 4
It’s also dead easy and I often add the bacon and onion (when cool) to the egg, cream, Parmesan, coriander mix and freeze it for future quick meals.

1 onion chopped
6 bacon rashers chopped
30ml olive oil
1 garlic clove crushed
400g dried spaghetti
3 eggs
60ml grated Parmesan
30 ml single cream
30 ml chopped coriander.

Fry the onion until soft, add garlic, fry for 1 minute.
Boil the spaghetti 8-10 minutes
In a bowl, beat the eggs, Parmesan, cream and coriander.
Drain the spaghetti, return it to the pan, add the bacon and onion and eggy mix and stir over a medium heat until the egg is cooked.

Serve.
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Post by KasieMiehlke » 27 Mar 2018, 15:51

My nephew loves it when I make pot pie. He requests it everytime he comes down. The next major request I get is for my cauliflower fritters. I make these in place of potatoes quite often. Dessert wise, I get asked to make a berry cheesecake salad or green goop.

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Post by Dael Reader » 13 Jun 2018, 20:04

I have created the ultimate Chocolate Chip and Pecan Cookie recipe. I know you wish you could try it!

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