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Re: Your Specialty?

Post by Slytherin4Life » 16 Jun 2018, 09:34

My specialty..... soups! I LOVE making soups of any kind and my family loves them too. I recently made a chicken meatball and kale soup, I didn't have a recipe to follow so I just winged it and it came out awesome :)

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Post by bclayton13 » 24 Jun 2018, 00:20

My specialty is bread. Especially cinnamon rolls! My grandpa always asks for them, so I'm stuck making them, sometimes multiple times a week! I add nutmeg to the filling, I like to think that it's the secret ingredient.

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Post by Thesellers » 24 Jun 2018, 13:55

Dear Friends,
You even didn't try finger licking BBQ at home. I can bet the recipe that i have can be a lust of BBQ. You can try it with paratha and Mint Sauce. I usually add yogurt and black pepper to add more taste.

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Post by Bluebird03 » 10 Feb 2019, 15:35

My "specialty" or most requested recipe is a soup. It has spicy brat slices, onion, garlic, beans, turnip greens and lots of spices etc. We love to serve it with shredded cheese on top and maybe some sour cream or greek yogurt.

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Post by Chikari » 10 Feb 2019, 20:28

My go-to is biscuits with sausage gravy! it's not so great for you but it's good for the soul!
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Post by Taylor Danvers » 11 Feb 2019, 14:24

I love pancake so I try to cook them for myself and family as often as I can but I can't too many otherwise I'll get fat.
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Post by mamilla93 » 24 Feb 2019, 23:59

chocolate cupcakes with chocolate inside. My friends love it. Just put it a small piece of chocolate inside the batter before baking.

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Post by Ramsha1296 » 13 Mar 2019, 15:42

Chicken karahi

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Post by Ramsha1296 » 13 Mar 2019, 15:47

Hey friends, my specialty is karahi chicken. I love making Karachi chicken and everyone in my family like my karahi so much that they wants me to cook karahi as often as I can. So, when they praise me I love that so much that I make karahi chicken as many time as possible.

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Post by MandyP » 15 Mar 2019, 05:18

I am not a great cook, but what I do well is meatballs, baked in the oven with cheese on the top. Always a favourite and regular meal in my house. Baking wise, I make honey cupcakes that the family absolutely love :)
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Post by shravsi » 21 Aug 2019, 08:49

We cook at home a one-pot version of Biriyani. which may be called pulav also. I will write down the recipe and share it as soon as possible.

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Post by GalmOne » Yesterday, 12:07

I'm more of a burger type of guy. I'm never doing the same recipe twice, unless it's what's left in the fridge and if I'm too lazy to go to the shop! The ones I prefer making are my wife's; I don't like lettuce or raw tomatoes and that limits the amount of stuff I can put in mine, while I can go wild for hers, and I'm always experimenting with something new: tuna or salmon patties, a new sauce, a "patty" made of grated potatoes or mashed beans...

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