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Oct 16, 2020 - 6:10 AM

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  • Beef Satay marinaded in soy, ginger, garlic, and sesame oil. Then grilled for approx. 3 min. on each side. Then let rest for about 3 minutes. Take off the skewer and enjoy.

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  • Insolent Cur (@insolentcur):
    @zachschoenfelt Sure. I didn’t follow much of a recipe, but I can get you one easily enough.

    I’m sure it’s pretty simple, but was curious if you had a go-to recipe.

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  • Zach Schoenfelt (@zachschoenfelt):
    I’m sure it’s pretty simple, but was curious if you had a go-to recipe.

    @zachschoenfelt See if the second to last post on the previous page, works for you. If it’s too disjointed let me know, and I’ll work out a more specific recipe. 🥚 🥛 🧀

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    “When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.” - HST
  • Insolent Cur (@insolentcur):
    @zachschoenfelt Okay. Quiche can be about as basic or complicated as you want it to be. In the instance of “Spana-quiche-ita,” I went with semi-complex, mostly because I used Phyllo dough rather than a simple flour crust.
    The basics don’t change much. For a spinach quiche I like to use grated extra sharp cheddar cheese (8oz grated...but not the “pre-grated” crap in a bag), and frozen spinach. Why frozen spinach? It’s MUCH easier than fresh. Why extra sharp cheddar? Because mild cheddar is an abomination.
    I use about 1/2 lb of frozen spinach, fully defrosted in a bowl using the microwave. Once fully thawed (warm), I wring it out one handful at a time, placing the now squished, fist-shaped lumps of cut spinach on a plate. A half pound nets you 3 or 4 balls of mostly water free spinach.
    Rinse the bowl you used to defrost the spinach, and into it crack 5 or 6 eggs. Beat the eggs. Here, most recipes call for milk to be added to the eggs. Instead I add part-skim ricotta and beat it in to the eggs. How much ricotta? Great question. Maybe a heaping soup spoon’s worth.
    Pre heat the oven to 350f. If you’re using a traditional flour crust, put it in/on a pie plate and bake it for about 10 minutes. Once it’s initially baked (that 10 minutes), I sprinkle some of the cheese on it. Then add the spinach, as you pull apart the squished handfuls. On top of the layer of spinach, add the rest of the grated cheddar evenly distributed. Over that, pour the beaten eggs and ricotta. Beat the eggs/ricotta again, right before pouring it in.
    Bake at 350f for about 55 minutes (check by sight at 45 min).
    As for using Phyllo, add the sheets as you would for Spanakopita. I lay out two sheets and then lightly brush the Phyllo with olive oil. I cut the sheets, once defrosted, into squares that better fit. I lay them out in an alternating pattern, brushing with oil after every two sheets. I do not “pre-bake” the Phyllo for the 10 minutes. I also added feta cheese with the spinach/cheddar layer. Then, as with basic quiche, bake at 350f for ~55 min. Check at 45 min.

    This sounds awesome! Thanks for sharing your process. Now I need to plan to make this after it slows down a bit after NYE. Appreciate it!

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  • @bigjrads oh my god, I think I'm making that tonight, that looks incredible😂

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  • Grilled Chicken breast with Italian spices and olive oil, marinated for 6 hours, served with rice pilaf, Yummy. It came out juicy instead of dry.

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  • Jambalaya.

    Recipe in the recipe thread. Super easy.

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  • Spanakopita, it came out amazing. If your interested in the recipe, it’s in the recipe thread

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  • Spinach quiche with cheddar, ricotta, goat cheese, and sour cream.

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  • Homemade fried chicken sandwich on a brioche bun with mayo. It turned out really good.

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  • bigjrads (@bigjrads):
    Homemade fried chicken sandwich on a brioche bun with mayo. It turned out really good.

    @bigjrads Can you mail me one of those?

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  • bigjrads (@bigjrads):
    Homemade fried chicken sandwich on a brioche bun with mayo. It turned out really good.
    That chicken looks perfectly breaded 🤤
    I’ll take one also

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  • Grilled marinated Ribeye, done to perfection. It was very tasty.

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