Make Geniune Fast Food at Home

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Real good fast food!

Eat genuine fast food  as much as you want to for less than you can imagine

Hi, this is Wade. If my wife finds out that I hijacked her site, she’ll take this post down. So read this while you can!

What do Starbucks, Pizza Hut, KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken),  McDonalds, Boston Market and many other similar places have in common?

Answer: They all make tasty fast-foods that we can’t all afford to eat as regularly as we’d like to. (Also, according to the media, they don’t all use the healthiest preparation methods…)

This is not the restaurant’s fault. Times are tough for them too. Have you totaled up how much you spend in an average year on eating out? Maybe you don’t eat out anymore because it is simply too expensive? How would you like to eat genuine fast food anytime you want to for the price of the ingredients?

Home made take-out food is different to genuine fast food

While many of our wives try to compensate by making fast food at home, let’s be honest, nobody makes KFC like KFC does. How about McDonalds, no one can replicate a McDonald burger even if their life depended on it. Other people have created recipe books. However, they simply do not create the same taste sensation.

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Frozen Spring Strawberry Tart

This must be the most delicious tart I have ever made. Even my husband, who is not a strawberry fan enjoyed it thoroughly. The kids ordered it for their birthday.

Here goes:

1/2 can of your favorite soda, semi-frozen (I used raspberry)

1/2 cup lemon juice

1 tin condensed milk

1 cup fresh cream (whipped)

1 cup strawberries (finely chopped)

Biscuit tart crust

More strawberries to decorate

Method:

In a large dish, mix cream with condensed milk. Add lemon juice, soda and strawberries. Mix well and pour into crust. Decorate and freeze overnight. Leave it out for a few minutes before serving. Place left-overs in freezer until use.

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Debbie’s Crispy, Cheesy Onion Rings

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Debbie's delicious crispy, cheesy onion rings

Being a lazy cook (although I LOVE cooking), my family’s requests for certain dishes are usually met by loud groans. This is usually the case with onion rings. But the hard work involved with these is not the only reason why I groan.

The problem is that I have to cook at least 2 onions, as I am unable to stop eating for as long as I fry and these things are oily and fattening and so very delicious.

This is actually a spin on an old favorite. It started with a thought that entered my little Bratzilla’s mind and I expanded on it – hence, it was named after her.

This is how it’s done.

Peel two onions and slice them thinly and evenly. Push the outer rings out, keeping the little inner circles one side to saute and add to your burgers / steak rolls.

Pour some all purpose white flour over the bigger rings.

Now mix 2 eggs, half a cup of milk, half a cup of flower and a packet of instant cheese sauce (the one where you “just add boiling water”) and a teaspoon of baking powder until smooth.

Heat some oil in a saucepan.

When it is hot, take an onion ring out of the flour, dip it in the batter and drop into the oil.

Cook until it is golden brown before removing it.

Then eat it quickly before the family finds out    Enjoy!

 

 

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Milk Tart – A South African delight

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Milk tart - hmmmmm!

The other night I missed my mom, who lives far away. I reembered how she used to bake 3 of her famous chocolate cakes and 3 milk tarts for the church’s cake sale.

Oh my wooooord, those cakes! Just ask my husband about my mom’s rich, moist chocolate cakes… (Yes, I’ll share the recipe with you!)

However, Monday night was a milk tart night. It was cold and rainy and there’s nothing like cinnamon and sugar on a cold, rainy night. Except of course, chocolate.

So here’s how to make it.

What you need:

  • 3 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1 cup white sugar
  • 3 egg yolks
  • 1 cup cake flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 4 cups milk
  • 3 egg white
  • 1 tablespoon cinnamon sugar

How it’s done:

  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Coat a 9 inch deep dish pie plate with vegetable oil cooking spray.
  2. In a large bowl, mix together the butter and sugar until smooth. Add the egg yolks and beat until light and fluffy. Sift in the cake flour, baking powder and salt, and stir until well blended. Mix in the vanilla and milk. In a separate bowl, whip the egg whites to stiff peaks using an electric mixer. Fold into the batter. Pour into the prepared pie plate, and sprinkle cinnamon sugar over the top.
  3. Bake for 25 minutes in the preheated oven, then reduce the temperature to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C). Continue to bake for 25 to 30 minutes, or until the center is set when you gently jiggle the pie. Serve hot or cold.

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Snacks for a lazy evening

For some reason, nobody was hungry tonight in our house. It’s pretty strange, as we did not eat particularly much today or yesterday for that matter.

But we have to eat and so we decided to make pigs in blankets

 

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Pigs in Blankets

We all love viennas and we all love pastry. I just used some bought puff pastry, cut in strips and rolled around the sausages.

While rolling it up, I remembered that I meant to buy soup vegetables the other day. Finding soup vegetables in our seaside town where it is summer all year round freezing cold at the moment, is nearly impossible. But I want my mom’s hearty vegetable soup with vetkoek (Afrikaans for “fat cakes” – I will remember to share the recipe with you).

Instead we had some mini-quiche, fish snacks and bhajia.

Bhajia are Indian puffs – one could call them potato fritters. Have I told you that I love love love Indian food? Well, stay tuned and you will find out all about it!

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Hearty, Wholesome Chickpea Casserole

 

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Healthy, wholesome chickpea casserole

 

This chickpea casserole was a first attempt and I intend to make it again really soon. I didn’t use a recipe as I always invent my own.

It can be served with rice or couscous, but I enjoyed it as is. It is very filling and protein rich and full of nature’s goodness. Best of all – it takes 15 minutes start to finish.

 

This is what you will need:

2 filleted chicken breasts (chopped)

1 tin of chickpeas in brine

1 onion

1/2 cup of tomato puree

4 baby marrows

1 cup of peas

1 cup of chopped mushrooms

1/2 cup chopped coriander

You can add other veggies such as red and yellow peppers, peppadews, tomatoes and chopped chorizzo sausages.

How to make it:

1.  Fry your chopped chicken breasts in a bit of olive oil with garlic, salt and spices. Add the chopped onion and cook on medium heat until the onions are translucent.

2.  Add chickpeas.

3.  When the chickpeas are warm, add in the other veggies until cooked.

…and you are good to go!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pear Caramel Fridge Tart

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Pear Caramel Tart

This Pear Caramel Fridge Tart is an old favorite which my mom has taught me years ago.

It is cold and sweet and sinfully delicious. Ready in an hour, it is perfect to prepare at the last-minute when you go visit family and you have to take something with.

This is what you need:

1 packet of ginger snaps

1 tin of pears (drained of half the liquid and finely chopped

1 packet instant milk pudding (caramel) mixed per instructions

1 tub of cream (whipped)

This is what you do:

1.  Arrange the ginger snaps in a tart dish. You can drizzle a little brandy or sherry over the biscuits, optionally.

2.  Arrange the pears over the biscuits and drizzle the remaining liquid over it.

3.  Pour the instant pudding over the biscuits and pear base.

4.  Pour whipped cream over the pudding and sprinkle with biscuit crumbles as decoration.

5.  Let the tart set in the fridge for an hour before serving.

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