Monthly Archives: June 2014

Cheese sauce

We had pulled beef made with like alb of chuck, 2dl or so barbecue sauce in a bottle (Texas longhorn bar) I chopped onion and 4 chopped cloves of garlic, Pour sauce over meat in a oven safe casserole, put all the onion on top. Cover with lid and let it sit in 125C warm oven until you can pull the meat apart with two forks – round 4hrs. After pulling the pice apart, spice after your own taste.

Instead of buying sauce, I decided to make my own. The recipe is not fully mine, but I tweaked one from the web: 1dl chrome fraiche (or smetana), 4 slices of them horrible orange American ready sliced toast ones, 1dl grated Svecia chess (bought in a bag) – since I’m pretty sure you can’t find that anyway outside of Sweden, find some strongly flavored ready grated cheese. Melt the creme fraiche in a pan, add the cheese and stir until melted. Spice with Tabasco Chipotl, Chili Anjou powder, sweet paprika powder, a dash of Cayenne powder, some salt (not much) and black pepper. Keep on low heat until serving. Great with nacho chips (the men preferred sour dough hamburger buns), pulled beef and coleslaw.

Holy chicken

Yesterday I decided to try the Darth Vader (Philips hot air fryer) for something else than potatoes and the thai fish cakes. So I did some reading and understood that I had to think it through myself . So I cut 4 skinless chicken breasts in 1-2cm strips, poured som panko (Japanese bread crumbs) in a bowl and seasoned it with paprika powder, barbecue seasoning, salt, freshly ground black pepper, Chili Explosion, round 1tbs olive oil and stored. Then in with the chickens trips and massaged the panic mixture on them evenly, Heated Darth to 200C and then in with the strips and freed for 7 minutes. And it turned out ver well, not one morsel was left after dinner. Made a dipping sauce out of equal parts of mayo and sour cream. Added Sweet Chili sauce, some Heinz chili sauce, tabasco, Red Tai Curry paste or Chipotle paste, salt, black pepper. Sadly no picture.