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Suppertime

Post by Storms7 » Wed Jan 15, 2020 1:49 am

One of my favorite meals even though it is very bad for me:
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Re: Suppertime

Post by Storms7 » Wed Jan 15, 2020 1:50 am

I forgot to put the jalapeno peppers in the cheesy ramen noodles.
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Re: Suppertime

Post by Storms7 » Wed Jan 15, 2020 1:53 am

This time.
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Re: Suppertime

Post by SellSword » Wed Jan 15, 2020 2:01 am

Not much better here tonight. We are having "something frozen" as a lazy meal here tonight. Effort will be expended other evenings!
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Re: Suppertime

Post by LostKnight » Wed Jan 15, 2020 2:11 am

We had ham and cheese empanadas

Since I can't link to something outside I being it inside:

Discovering the Argentine Empanada
After the meat and pizza, a trip to Buenos Aires is not complete without empanadas. Every region of Argentina has its own special recipe which, the locals will assure you, is better than any other empanada out there.

The modern empanada is believed to be a derivative of the Indian samosa. The first empanadas were made in the Iberian peninsula, specifically Portugal and Galicia (the north-westernmost region of Spain), during the Medieval period and at the time of the Moorish invasion. Recipes for empanadas have been found from as early as the start of the 16th century.
The name “empanada” comes from the Spanish “empanar“, which means “to bread” or, in the case of the empanada, “to wrap something in bread”.

Since their arrival in Argentina some centuries ago, empanadas have become a fast–food staple in Buenos Aires. They can be easily found in little takeaway pizzerías all over the city as well as in many restaurants. A typical Argentine empanada is made with a flour-based dough (rather than maíz, or corn) and some of the most common kinds are:

Ground beef, cubed beef, chicken, ham and cheese, ham and onion, spinach, and humita (sweet corn with white sauce). The fillings often include other ingredients such as peppers, onions, hard-boiled eggs, and olives. Empanadas can be either baked (Salta-style) or fried (Tucuman-style).

We have the "Baked" empanadas - with Coke - real Coke, not this "lite" "sugar free" fake coke stuff.

A lot of times we make out own too! Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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Re: Suppertime

Post by Storms7 » Wed Jan 15, 2020 3:30 am

SellSword wrote:
Wed Jan 15, 2020 2:01 am
Not much better here tonight. We are having "something frozen" as a lazy meal here tonight. Effort will be expended other evenings!
Well when you do have something you enjoy, post a photo here. :ghost:
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Re: Suppertime

Post by Storms7 » Wed Jan 15, 2020 3:32 am

I would love to see a photo of one of these empanadas.
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Re: Suppertime

Post by LostKnight » Wed Jan 15, 2020 4:04 am

Storms7 wrote:
Wed Jan 15, 2020 3:32 am
I would love to see a photo of one of these empanadas.
GUGL images easier get different types:

Ooooohhhhh soooo goood. I don't like the "sweetcorn with white sauce" in an empanada. Very much like "Libby's Cream Corn", which I do like, just not in empanadas.

Since I can't have ground beef we, I, cut up beef into fine cubes, add chopped green olives, washed to get rid of the salt, chopped green/red/yellow peppers. Almost like second row blue plate only that one has egg - do not like eggs in empanadas. They use to much so as to use less beef!
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Ham is a no-no for me too but doc says every once in a while is OK.
Well this is the first time this year so not bad.

Down with eggs in empanadas!!!!
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Re: Suppertime

Post by Storms7 » Thu Jan 16, 2020 12:51 am

Those look absolutely delicious.
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Re: Suppertime

Post by Storms7 » Thu Jan 16, 2020 2:15 am

LostKnight why can't you have hamburger? Do they not sell it where you live?
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