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    Please post here easy, simple and if possible, fast to make recipes. Add also picture of foods if you can. Let me start with few my own.

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    Pasta salad by pictures, step by step

    As one picture tells more than 1000 words...













    1: put to bowl some green lettuce, add a little olive oil, pinch of salt and pepper and mix. Put slices of tomato to bowl as picture.

    2: add cooked pasta on lettuce.

    3: add grated carrots and mushrooms (you can cook them few minutes in oil if you like and spice as you like).

    4: add sliced cucumber and corn.

    5: put on salad 2 boiled eggs, each cutted to 4 parts, add some salt and pepper (or other spices&herbs you prefer).

    As you can see, salad is very simple but looks nicer when different incredients are layered by they own. And of course, using different vegetables you will get again new kind of salad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple_Person View Post
    Yeah, i was also planning to sprinkle it over .

    One of these days i am having guests so after they have left i will in'sha'Allah try to bake the bread again. I am trying slowly to change habits in this case making own bread. To lay certain foundation one should not rush it, but be determined to do so. With it, by taking your time you can reflect every action done when experimenting with it, so you do not have a habit that is not solid (bread that has no taste or force the habit while the heart has not accepted it yet. This being you rejecting it.).
    I don't know about the types of flours they have where you live, but if you have strong flour (also called bread flour), you should try that first. You will make great bread. Otherwise use plain flour (also called all purpose flour) which is also good for a beginner. Once you achieve that, then you can start mixing whole wheat or other types of flour/grains into it. I've baked bread a lot so inshallah I'll try to get pics and better directions the next time I make it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *charisma* View Post
    I don't know about the types of flours they have where you live, but if you have strong flour (also called bread flour), you should try that first. You will make great bread. Otherwise use plain flour (also called all purpose flour) which is also good for a beginner. Once you achieve that, then you can start mixing whole wheat or other types of flour/grains into it. I've baked bread a lot so inshallah I'll try to get pics and better directions the next time I make it.
    Well I'm tying up the knots to be honest. To meet all my promises I have made to any one here on the forum or in general..also with bread. I'm planning to close my account. So in'sha'Allah within 2 weeks actively do what needs to be done with baking bread.

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    I made up a recipe for pasta. Cook 1 pound of pasta (.5 kilos) of pasta. Fresh is best!

    For the sauce: In a blender put 3 pounds of roasted red peppers, about 1/3 cup basil pesto, a generous helping of garlic paste or fresh minced garlic and about 3 ounces of torn fresh basil leaves. Add some sea salt, ground pepper and olive oil. Puree. Wilt 1 pound of fresh spinach in a skillet, and then add to blender and puree. Add the sauce to the pasta in a large pot and stir. Add about 1/2-3/4 cups of sour cream to the pot and stir in. This is a family favourite and halaal as well.
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    New update. The Ipraq/Dolma using Sumaq, not the ones that have been grinded. Just the ones that have been taken off the tree and like that. My sister said put them in water and slowly "massage" them so they can release their taste in to the water. She said the water with the sour taste, pour it with the ipraq/dolma..not too soon but also not to late. A bit in between. The rice needs to be cooked.

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    Re: IB Kitchen Club

    Gooseberry cheese cake



    125 g butter
    1,5 dl sugar (150 ml)
    1 egg
    1,5 dl wheat flour (150 ml)
    1 dl potato flour* (100 ml)
    1 teaspoon baking powder
    (1 teaspoon vanilla sugar)
    500 ml mashed gooseberries*
    sugar (springling to the berries if needed)

    Quark filling:
    250 g quark*
    0,5 dl milk or cream (50 ml)
    o,5 dl sugar (50 ml)
    1 egg

    *Notes: You can also use only wheat flour (2,5 dl/250 ml). Potato flour makes your cake softer.
    Quark is typical for the Nordic and the East European cuisines. Cream cheese or ricotta-type soft cheese might be suitable susbtitutes if quark ("rahka" in my language) is not familiar in your kitchen.
    You can use what ever berries you like. Also sliced apples with cinnamon go well.


    Cream together the butter and sugar. Add the egg. Mix the flour, baking powder together and add to the mixture. Cut a disk of parchment paper and place on the bottom of a cake pan (diameter about 20 cm). Using your hands, lightly press the soft dough onto the bottom and the sides of the pan. .

    Add mashed gooseberries. Pour quark filling over the berries. Bake at +225 C/+392 F for 30 minutes.
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    Re: IB Kitchen Club

    Same pie but with bilberries:

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    Re: IB Kitchen Club

    You are a traditional baker, tarts always looking really good, yumm!
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    Re: IB Kitchen Club

    Oke, the final update about baking bread. I had baked the bread and gave it time to rise also the second time, the first time indeed the result of the final baked bread was better as it had risen to the sides and had the typical sides of a English bread, however it had not risen high enough in height. I thought maybe it was because of the yeast being older than a year. Tried with new bought yeast and indeed everything went oke. Thank you guys for for your shared knowledge and shared experience.
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    Re: IB Kitchen Club

    My Samboosas. Not claiming they are authentic, but they are nice.

    Samboosas


    -10 medium sized dates
    -20 wonton wrappers
    -125 g goat's cheese
    -1 large handful of roasted pine nuts
    -2 dessert spoons honey
    -Sprig of lime juice
    -Handful of thinly chopped fresh mint


    Halve dates and remove stones. Chop into thin strips.Mix everything in a bowl with a fork except the wonton wrappers.


    Put a teaspoon of filling on each wrapper. Wet edges with water. Fold into a tiny package (should be bonbon sized). Brush top with a bit of water. (You can brush with oil if you don't want to keep it low fat)


    Put into oven on hot air on 200 celcius for 20 mins. Let cool. Enjoy the smell of your kitchen meanwhile
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    New Chef in town..I am going to start easy here :P

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    click to enlarge lol this pic is so small here
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