The Idiot's Guide to cooking (things you can make in five minutes or less) (1 Viewer)

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hommous dip:
Boil chic peas until they are nice and soft (this will take more than five minutes)
drain the water and place the cooked chic peas in a blender..blend until smooth.
place the chic peas puree into a bowl.
add lemon (the amount that you put depends on how much chic peas puree you have)
add salt..just until its nicely seasoned.
add tahini (sesame seed oil)
and then mix that all togehter
add a dash of olive oil and youre set to go!

baba ghanouj dip:
get an eggplant and place it on the barbecue (this gives it a nice smokey taste..alternatively, you could chop up the eggplant, place it in a sealed container with some water and you could pop it into the microwave until its cooked)
when the eggplant is nice and soft, you peel off the skin of the eggplant and you place it into a blender
take the eggplant puree out
add salt and lemon and the tahini (as specified above)
and add a dash of olive oil on top.

you could also chop up some mint and parsley and sprinkle that over the top.
note that for both the baba ghanouj and the hommous (you could buy the puree from any arab corner store so all youll have to do is open the can and add the leon, salt and tahini yourself, but making it at home tastes best)
 

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Grilled Chicken:

Get some chicken, dice it (mediumish pieces), mix it with spices/seasoning, with plain yoghurt... leave for 4 hours so it soaks in (leave it in the fridge)

Fire up grill and throw it on there, should be done in 5ish min
 

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Scrambled eggs (Basically what I live on in mornings)

Ingredients: Butter, Olive oil, 2 eggs

Utensils: Frying pan

Instructions:
1. Put olive oil in frypan and spread it around and let it heat up.
2. With a fork mix the eggs until you get yellow.
3. Put in fry pan.
4. Do some crazy shit or break up the egg.
 

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Portogeuse grilled chicken

Ingredients:
Skinless & boneless chicken thigh or breast
Lemon
Smoked paprika
Black pepper
Salt
chilli (optional)
Olive oil

Utensils
Grill pan
Tongs
Knife


Method:
1. Get the chicken breast or thigh fillet ( Make sure you trim some of the fat off if you're using thigh fillets)
2. Beat the chicken breast flat with a kitchen hammer or a pan to get it cooked evenly (Only if you're using breast fillet.)
3. Squeeze one lemon juice into a pan or something and put Salt, Black cracked pepper, Chilli (optional) and smoked paprika to taste
4. Leave to marinate for a few minutes
5. Oil the grill and over high heat cook the chicken until it golden brown then lower to medium heat


Ta da! :D
 

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ingredients:
pasta
cherry tomatoes
mushrooms
feta
pesto paste stuff in a jar
olives

utensils
knife
pot
spoon

method:
1. boil water, put pasta in when water starts boiling
2. cute up all the other ingredients
3. drain cooked pasta, put all other ingredients in, put 1-2 tsp. basil pesto in the pot and stir

enjoy.
 
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Aglio e Olio (garlic and olive oil pasta)

spaghetti or any other pasta you like
3-4 cloves of garlic (or as much or little garlic as you like)
black pepper
salt
parsely (fresh or dried)
olive oil

1. Boil pasta. Drain.
2. Mince the garlic (and fresh parsely if using).
3. 3-4 tablespoons of olive oil in the same pan the spaghetti was in. Heat up, then add in the garlic and parsely. Sautee for 2 minutes max, don't burn the garlic.
4. Add pepper and salt to your taste.
5. Add spaghetti back to pot and mix it all up.
6. Eat
 

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sweet chilli chicken spaghetti

wat you need:
heinz sweet chilli canned chicken
125g spaghetti
napoletana pasta sauce (or any pasta choice of your choice)

cook the pasta. drain it. mix in the pasta sauce and then add the sweet chilli chicken.

I kid you not the taste is amazing.
 

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a tasy dipping sauce can be made by mixing half a spoon of dijon mustard with mayonaisse and a bit of water
 

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Okay, these are some of the recipes I have accumulated over the years (being a super lazy teenager).

Cheese Toastie
Ingredients: Bread, cheese (fancy option: mustard)
Method:
- Place cheese on bread
- Microwave until cheese has melted OR use a sandwich press OR sandwich grill.
Done.

Egg Sandwich
Ingredients: 1 egg, bread, salt, pepper
Method:
- Crack egg on frying pan, and sprinkle salt and pepper on top. Leave until cooked.
- Place on bread.
Done.

Mug Cake
Ingredients: 2 tablespoons self raising flour, 1 tablespoons milk, 1 tablespoon cocoa (or whatever flavour you can find. E.g. coffee), 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 egg, 1 tablespoon oil, MUG
Method:
- Place all dry ingredients in the mug and then mix.
- Add the cracked egg in. Mix. Then add oil and milk. Mix.
- You can add choc chips if you can find them
- Place in microwave for 2.5-3 minutes, depending on how good your microwave is.
- Leave to cool for a hit.
Done.

Bread + Stuff
Ingredients: Bread, stuff (anything. Can be nutella, peanut butter, vegemite, butter, banana, tomato, avocado)
Method:
- Toast or leave bread as is.
- Place stuff on bread.
Done.

Tuna rice
Ingredients: Leftover rice, canned tuna, avocado (optional), salt, pepper, sauce (optional)
Method:
- Mix.
Done.

Magic
Ingredients: Bread, nutella, banana
Method:
- Toast bread
- Spread nutella on bread.
- Slice bananas and place on bread
Done.

4 minute fried rice
Ingredients: Frozen veggies, leftover rice, soy sauce, meat (optional. E.g. leftover mice, canned fish), salt, pepper, egg
Method:
- Place frozen veggies in a pan and cook.
- Add the egg to the pan, making sure you keep mixing (so they scrambled).
- Add the (already cooked) meat
- Put the rice in the pan
- Add soy sauce
Done.

Mind blank. I'll post the rest when I think of them. Just be creative. I usually look for leftovers and just chuck them in a pan + anything that looks edible in the fridge + mix random sauces together and add them to the mix. Usually it becomes some sort of a thick paste and I just chick it on bread and eat. Also, 2 minute noodles.
 

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\\ Me:

timescale 1s;

module AD's_weight_loss_diet(input meat, input CLK, input hungry, output eat, output cook);

always @ (posedge CLK) begin

if (hungry == 1 && meat == 1) begin

\* So when I am hungry, and raw meat is available, to cook, from the fridge or freezer, then I cook and eat it. *\

cook = 1;
eat = 1;

end else begin

cook = 0;
eat = 0;

end
end
endmodule


\* takes less than 10 minutes to eat and cook combined (depends how you eat the meat, but generally I may have a bit of bread, or just eat it by itself with some salad on the side).

verilog ftw :spin:

note that I lost 8-10 kgs this way in 4 months :spin: *\
 

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So you had mainly a protein diet? That's how you lost the weight I'm guessing.

My brother, a very strict meat-eater, no veggies. Full carb and protein diet, with occasional helping of salad once every four months. He lost so much weight (I think around 10kg in very very little time)
 
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So you had mainly a protein diet? That's how you lost the weight I'm guessing.

My brother, a very strict meat-eater, no veggies. Full crab and protein diet, with occasional helping of salad once every four months lost so much weight (I think around 10kg in very very little time)
He pretty much did what I did then.

Except I had zero carbs for a while. I only introduced carbs these holidays.

Tbh, meat makes you feel full for longer to the point that I could cut down to two meals a day if I wanted to these holidays, but I'm used to three and will need to do so in uni any way.
 

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