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Tonight  I'm taking making salmon patties, shelly beans, and corn on the cob.

 

Salmon Patties;

 

I can (14.75-15 oz) Pink Salmon drained, *but save 1/4cp of the water*

1 tbs oil or shortening

1  whole egg

1/2 tsp sea salt

1/2 tsp course pepper

1/2 tsp old bay seasoning

1/2 cup water from Salmon

1/2 cup diced onion (used shallotts tonight)

1/2 flour

3/4 cup potato flakes

 

add all ingredients  EXCEPT the oil in large bowl and let sit in fridge for 30 minutes while working on other things.

Start heating 1 tbs of oil in large skillet on med-hi

Remove salmon mixture from fridge and mix thoroughly.

make mix into patties (to size, I usually get four..., or five patties with one being smaller than the rest)

place in skillet and cook till a dark golden brown and turn and repeat (I'll try to remember to time this tonight and edit the recipe later) 

 

 

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Indian night tonight.

 

Chicken w/ chic pea curry, nann, and vegetable samosas.

 

That sounds really good I think...not sure.., as I've never had a curry and new that's what it was but... I've read a lot about S.A.S. operations in Malaysia and they talked of most of their "in-the-field" meals being curried and they seemed to like it. So....what makes a curry?

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Guest blacksmith

Spam on toast :hugegrin:

 

 

 

8| health food there

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Guest blacksmith

Spam is good for you :woot:

 

 

 

 

no it's not  :nop:

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That's kinda like saying "What makes a chili?"

 

Thanks, I read and see what you mean. But.., like chili there are usualy certain common factors. I did a google search on chile curry and found this. It sounds fantastic. I think it would be awesome substituting langustina. Here's a link and the actual recipe.

 

http://www.xs4all.nl/~westher/recepten/CROCODILE%20CHILE%20CURRY.htm

 

CROCODILE CHILE CURRY

 

 

This is surely the most exotic African curry we came across. This recipe is from Michelle Cox in Malindi, Kenya, who says she is lucky enough to have a crocodile farm nearby. “But if you’re short on croc tail, the recipe is great for octopus,” she says. Alligator or another firm fish can also be substituted.

 

 

 

1¼ pounds crocodile meat, boned, or 1½ pounds octopus

 

½ cup vegetable oil

 

3 large onions, peeled and sliced

 

3 large ripe tomatoes, or 1 can tomatoes, peeled and sliced

 

2 habanero chiles, seeded and chopped

 

1 heaping tablespoon crushed garlic

 

1 heaping tablespoon fresh crushed ginger

 

2½ tablespoons ground coriander

 

1½ tablespoons cumin powder

 

2 tablespoons curry powder

 

3 cubes beef stock

 

1 tablespoon sugar

 

1 tablespoon lime juice

 

salt

 

3 tablespoons chopped cilantro

 

 

 

Cube the crocodile into 1-inch pieces. If using octopus, remove the beak and eyes and cut into ½-inch pieces.

 

Heat the oil in a heavy saucepan and sauté the onions and tomatoes until soft. Add the chiles, garlic, and ginger, and cook over low heat, stirring. After about 30 seconds, add the spice powders and stir, taking care not to burn.

 

Add the crocodile or octopus, with sufficient water to cover, plus the beef stock cubes, sugar, and lime juice. Boil gently for at least 30 minutes. Stir occasionally to avoid sticking. Add water when necessary.

 

When the meat is tender, season with salt and add the cilantro.

 

Serve with rice.

 

Heat Scale: Hot

 

 

 

Serves 4.

 

 

 

country : Kenya

 

course : main course

 

 

 

source : Flavors of Africa Cookbook : Spicy African Cooking - From Indigenious Recipes to Those Influenced by Asian and European Settlers / Dave DeWitt, Mary Jane Wilan and Melissa T. Stock

 

 

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This is what we had for our snack tonight. Homemade hot chicken wings and cut into one of these pies I made today..

 

luckymovieandchickenwinoc4.jpg

 

jbirds012nt5.jpg

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Thick cut pork chops, pan fried, baked potatoes, pork chop gravy and Tapioca pudding,  Low fat naturally.  :whistle:

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This is what we had for our snack tonight. Homemade hot chicken wings and cut into one of these pies I made today..

 

luckymovieandchickenwinoc4.jpg

 

jbirds012nt5.jpg

 

 

Alright Doro you are Banned from posting these pictures. It is unfair and cruel punishment.  :rofl:

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Hey Misty, Have you had Croc before? It's the only exotic meat that DOESN'T taste like chicken! It tastes more like white pork! :)

Nope, never had any croc but I've had alligator tale, frog legs, and turtle and I love all of those.

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