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What are you having for dinner? *PICS*

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ElaineB852835 wrote: Pasta with basil pesto and shrimp, mixed green salad, pao de milho (Potuguese corn bread)

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Lovely evening to dine on the patio!
Your bread making skills are awe-inspiring!
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ElaineB852835 wrote: Pasta with basil pesto and shrimp, mixed green salad, pao de milho (Potuguese corn bread)

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Lovely evening to dine on the patio!
Beautiful presentation as always!
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NoFrillBill wrote: Your bread making skills are awe-inspiring!
Thank you @NoFrillBill this past week I treated myself to a new 10-inch bread knife: cuts like butter!
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Putanesca and canned sardines. Done in 15min.
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UrbanPoet wrote: Now thats a knife.
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We had a corny meal this evening:

Mango salsa with corn chips and corn bread; cold corn soup--helped to cool us off on this warm evening. Hubby made the salsa, I made the rest (corn chips were store-bought).
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ElaineB852835 wrote: We had a corny meal this evening:

Mango salsa with corn chips and corn bread; cold corn soup--helped to cool us off on this warm evening. Hubby made the salsa, I made the rest (corn chips were store-bought).
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looks nice. A smaller meal.

You make them corn chips? You follow a recipe?
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evilYoda wrote:
You make them corn chips? You follow a recipe?
corn chips were store-bought........
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After 7 months in the freezer, I took my leftover Jamaican beef and made some more patties today.

I had to portion these so here's my notes:
For the dough, I used the recipe below. Made 12 patties @ 76g balls of dough. For easy rolling, I roll dough between two Korean steel chopsticks so every patty is consistent thickness. I added 32g of the meat.

https://gimmeyummy.com/easy-authentic-f ... ty-recipe/

I cooked these in my Gourmia air fryer (bake mode) and it took around 20 min at 365F.

Still good eats.

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that's pretty good. Did you find the spice needed to stain the dough this color also stained the roller?
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evilYoda wrote: that's pretty good. Did you find the spice needed to stain the dough this color also stained the roller?
The yellow is curry and tumeric.

No staining on my wooden rolling pin.
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Ripped some air fryer chicken parm. Costco marinara.
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gr8dlr wrote: After 7 months in the freezer, I took my leftover Jamaican beef and made some more patties today.

I had to portion these so here's my notes:
For the dough, I used the recipe below. Made 12 patties @ 76g balls of dough. For easy rolling, I roll dough between two Korean steel chopsticks so every patty is consistent thickness. I added 32g of the meat.

https://gimmeyummy.com/easy-authentic-f ... ty-recipe/

I cooked these in my Gourmia air fryer (bake mode) and it took around 20 min at 365F.

Still good eats.


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Much appreciation for your precise measurements!
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No pics but airfried some chicken wings.

First put salt and pepper, and no joke hot sauce. Put it in the fridge for a couple of hours.

Took it out, coated it with seasoned flour, brushed some oil and fried it for 20 minutes at 370. I was surprised how good it came out.

The airfryer has saved me from going out to popeyes or any local mom and pop fried chicken spot for a few months now. My stomach was telling me its time to give it up soon lol
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there was enough fat/oil inside the wings to cook the batter inside the air fryer?
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evilYoda wrote: there was enough fat/oil inside the wings to cook the batter inside the air fryer?
it came out to be okay. should I have brushed oil on wings when they already got skin?

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