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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Sat Mar 29, 2008 1:58 am

denvinbo wrote:Is there any recipe for diet???
I wrote:How about fish?
But, no reply! :(
So...

Hope you'll like the recipe I prepared for you Denvinbo...(It's good for health. Guaranteed!!!)

Grilled Salmon

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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Sat Mar 29, 2008 3:46 am

ohad wrote:Here's a quick and easy recipe for preparation.
It takes only 5 minutes and 24 hours.
Great for dessert.
Here's the deal:

Ingredients

1 package of instant vanilla pudding
200 gram of biscuits(cinnamon or cappuccino)
2 glasses of sweet cream(473 ml)
For decorating:
a little fruit

Directions

1)Whip the cream and instant pudding together.
2)Break the biscuits into small pieces and mix them with the cream.
3)Put into an elongated pan padded with a cling film,wrap and freeze for 24 hours.
Before dishing out turn over,remove the nylon,slice and put in a serving dish.decorate with fruit and serve.
To: Ohad

This is great ohad, I want to try this!

Can I use vanilla ice cream instead of sweet cream?
And chocolate cookies will taste good too, right?
Then, with the fruit it's perfect! :)

Thank you so much.
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Sunnypk » Sat Mar 29, 2008 11:53 am

Krisi wrote:RECIPE FOR THE DAY...
Share your favourite dish and let's feed everyone. Care to join?
Rule: It has to be simple and economical.

Ingredients:
cucumber (the small type)
crab meat
chili oil
a pinch (or two) of salt

Procedure:
1. Cut the cucumber into 1 1/2 inch long. Then, slice each into 4 parts.
2. Rip/slit the crab meat into thin segments.
3. Combine both ingredients and add a few drops of chili oil and a pinch (or two) of salt.
(adjusting to your desired taste)
4. Serve.

Try. Hope you'll like this.

wow you have started really great succession of giving and taking delicious RECIPE's. you know krisi I am fond of having new dishes but wht happened mostly I don't like taste of all :D. It seems to me that you are really good in cooking :) I can't try it by myself but I may be give these recipes to my mom and hope to have some of these :)

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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Sat Mar 29, 2008 1:59 pm

Sunnypk wrote:
Krisi wrote:RECIPE FOR THE DAY...
Share your favourite dish and let's feed everyone. Care to join?
Rule: It has to be simple and economical.

Ingredients:
cucumber (the small type)
crab meat
chili oil
a pinch (or two) of salt

Procedure:
1. Cut the cucumber into 1 1/2 inch long. Then, slice each into 4 parts.
2. Rip/slit the crab meat into thin segments.
3. Combine both ingredients and add a few drops of chili oil and a pinch (or two) of salt.
(adjusting to your desired taste)
4. Serve.

Try. Hope you'll like this.

wow you have started really great succession of giving and taking delicious RECIPE's. you know krisi I am fond of having new dishes but wht happened mostly I don't like taste of all :D. It seems to me that you are really good in cooking :) I can't try it by myself but I may be give these recipes to my mom and hope to have some of these :)

:)
I hope you'll like this. This is one of my favourite. :)
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by miss » Sun Mar 30, 2008 12:48 pm

denvinbo wrote:Is there any recipe for diet???
it's simple..no eat.no eat.. :D :P :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by miss » Sun Mar 30, 2008 12:56 pm

Have you married krisi???
if' not yet..i think you already to get married cause you have candidate to be good wife..have many dish for serve your husband :)
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Sun Mar 30, 2008 1:46 pm

yxf wrote:Now,my friends.I gonna tell you how to cook one kind of chinese porridge. Beans porridge.
This mysterious recipe is from my mother.A great chinese cook.
1.The most important, be patient.
2.Material, fresh rice,many kinds of legumes, Chinese dates(Dry jujubes), peanuts, water
3.Put legumes,peanuts and water into a saucepan. Boil it.Then stew it for about 20 minutes. Put the rice in. Continue stew 20 minutes.put 5~10 chinese dates in.Keep stewing 15 minutes.
4.Observe the porridge till it become thick.
5. Turn off the fire. Get your bowls ready.If you like sweet.Put some honey in your bowl.
And enjoy your Chinese beans porridge.
This is the easiest kind of chinese porridge.Want to know more?
I'm afraid I can't tell you. Because I only know how to eat.
Thanx yxf. I find this good for breakfast.
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Sun Mar 30, 2008 2:10 pm

Krisi wrote:
ohad wrote:Here's a quick and easy recipe for preparation.
It takes only 5 minutes and 24 hours.
Great for dessert.
Here's the deal:

Ingredients

1 package of instant vanilla pudding
200 gram of biscuits(cinnamon or cappuccino)
2 glasses of sweet cream(473 ml)
For decorating:
a little fruit

Directions

1)Whip the cream and instant pudding together.
2)Break the biscuits into small pieces and mix them with the cream.
3)Put into an elongated pan padded with a cling film,wrap and freeze for 24 hours.
Before dishing out turn over,remove the nylon,slice and put in a serving dish.decorate with fruit and serve.
To: Ohad

This is great ohad, I want to try this!

Can I use vanilla ice cream instead of sweet cream?
And chocolate cookies will taste good too, right?
Then, with the fruit it's perfect! :)

Thank you so much.
I think it's better to let the gelatin form first. Then decorate it with ice cream and fruits. :)
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Sun Mar 30, 2008 4:51 pm

ohad wrote: Haha!Here's my recipe :P !Cool!! :D Yes, chocolate cookies would be great, too.I don't know about the vanilla ice cream, I have this recipe with sweet cream.You know, I've made it myself several moths ago and guess what?It was great!! :D My mother really liked it!If you're interested, here you could find a video clip of the recipe.The clip is in Hebrew but nevertheless, I think you could understand it by watching. :) If you really want to upgrade the dish, decorat it with fruits, that adds the beauty to the dish. :D

Thank you. :)
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Mon Mar 31, 2008 12:58 am

:arrow: Paella

20 pcs. clams/mussels
2 pcs medium sized crab
200 grams shrimp (medium sized)
0.25 k. pork, cut in bite sizes
1 pc. chorizo, sliced
500 grams cut chicken
4-5 cloves crushed garlic
1 medium sized chopped onion
1 cup tomato sauce
1 c. washed rice
0.5 c. washed glutinous rice
3.5 c. chicken broth
1 pc. bell pepper, cut in stips
2.5 tsps. salt
0.25 c. green peas
2 hard cooked eggs
1 small stem of parsely (optional)
a few wedges of lemon

Procedure:

Boil the clams/mussels. Set aside 1 cup broth. Boil the crab and shrimp together. Set aside. Boil the chicken. Set the broth aside.
Warm the olive oil in a pan. Fry the chicken, pork, and chorizo. Cook until half done then setting on one side of the pan. Fry the garlic, onion, and tomato sauce. Add the clam and chicken broth and rice. Mix all the other ingredients. When the rice is half done drop the bell pepper, and clams. Add salt to taste. Cover and continue cooking without stirring for 15-20 minutes more or until the broth is absorbed by the rice. After about 15 minutes put the shrimps, crabs and the green peas on top. Before serving garnish with slices of eggs strips of bell pepper, (parsely) and lemon wedges.
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Mon Mar 31, 2008 10:35 pm

Hi! This is really very simple and easy to prepare... :)

:arrow: Grilled Salmon

4-5 slices salmon (100-150g each)
1 (1/2) tsp salt
a few wedges of lemon

Procedure:

Spread some salt on each slices of salmon.
Grill both sides.
Serve with lemon wedge.


Hope you'll like this! Really Good. :)

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see you around! :wink:

To: Denvinbo

This is good for health. Try this!




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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by sweets » Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:20 pm

hi krisi
both seems easy and yummmmmmmmmmmmmy
thank u againe and waiting for more :mrgreen:

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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Raven » Thu Apr 03, 2008 8:38 am

sound good

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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Sat Apr 05, 2008 1:58 am

Raven wrote:sound good
sweets wrote:hi krisi
both seems easy and yummmmmmmmmmmmmy
thank u againe and waiting for more :mrgreen:

cheeeeeeeeers
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Thanks for your kind remarks.
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Sunnypk » Mon Apr 07, 2008 2:33 pm

sweets wrote:hi krisi
both seems easy and yummmmmmmmmmmmmy
thank u againe and waiting for more :mrgreen:

cheeeeeeeeers

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Have you ever tried or made any of the krisi's recipe if yes than how was your exprience :)
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Tue Apr 08, 2008 1:27 am

Sunnypk wrote:
sweets wrote:hi krisi
both seems easy and yummmmmmmmmmmmmy
thank u againe and waiting for more :mrgreen:

cheeeeeeeeers

.....

Have you ever tried or made any of the krisi's recipe if yes than how was your exprience :)
Yes of course... You know Sunnypk honestly speaking, I don't keep recipe of dishes I can't and don't eat... :P

Do you eat meat? chicken, beef or pork? Do you eat seafoods too? (Sorry to ask just curious.) :?:
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Sunnypk » Tue Apr 08, 2008 3:18 am

Krisi wrote:
Sunnypk wrote:
sweets wrote:hi krisi
both seems easy and yummmmmmmmmmmmmy
thank u againe and waiting for more :mrgreen:

cheeeeeeeeers

.....

Have you ever tried or made any of the krisi's recipe if yes than how was your exprience :)
Yes of course... You know Sunnypk honestly speaking, I don't keep recipe of dishes I can't and don't eat... :P

Do you eat meat? chicken, beef or pork? Do you eat seafoods too? (Sorry to ask just curious.) :?:
ohh really if so than it has great sound of your attribution in cooking activity
umm.. well I have posted my country typical common food you may see there further

Meat. Chicken, Beef these three I eat offenly
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Tue Apr 08, 2008 3:44 am

Sunnypk wrote:
Krisi wrote:
Sunnypk wrote:
Have you ever tried or made any of the krisi's recipe if yes than how was your exprience :)
Yes of course... You know Sunnypk honestly speaking, I don't keep recipe of dishes I can't and don't eat... :P

Do you eat meat? chicken, beef or pork? Do you eat seafoods too? (Sorry to ask just curious.) :?:
ohh really if so than it has great sound of your attribution in cooking activity
umm.. well I have posted my country typical common food you may see there further

Meat. Chicken, Beef these three I eat offenly
:)
No vege!
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Sunnypk » Tue Apr 08, 2008 9:03 am

Vegetables too very much
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Tue Apr 08, 2008 10:26 am

Sunnypk wrote:Vegetables too very much
healthier! :)
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Sunnypk » Tue Apr 08, 2008 10:52 am

Krisi wrote:
Sunnypk wrote:Vegetables too very much
healthier! :)

I like ladyfingers, Potatos, Peas, Bitterguard, many things

what about you?
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Tue Apr 08, 2008 11:13 pm

Sunnypk wrote:
Krisi wrote:
Sunnypk wrote:Vegetables too very much
healthier! :)

I like ladyfingers, Potatos, Peas, Bitterguard, many things

what about you?
I like all the veges. :) (I can eat all the varieties of edible gourd fruits that I know.)
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Post by Sunnypk » Wed Apr 09, 2008 3:27 am

One more RECIPE please :)
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Post by Krisi » Wed Apr 09, 2008 11:41 am

Sunnypk wrote:One more RECIPE please :)
OK.
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Thu Apr 17, 2008 11:47 pm

miss wrote:Have you married krisi???
if' not yet..i think you already to get married cause you have candidate to be good wife..have many dish for serve your husband :)
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Post by Sunnypk » Thu Apr 24, 2008 4:10 am

Krisi wrote:
miss wrote:Have you married krisi???
if' not yet..i think you already to get married cause you have candidate to be good wife..have many dish for serve your husband :)
Thanks.
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Tora » Thu May 29, 2008 11:02 am

erm... does anyone have a recipe of a meat pie? I need a tried one, one you already managed to cook and it went well. I can get a plenty of via the net, but it's not that I'm looking for.

I am a great fan of pies, have anyone seen a movie "my blueberry nights" - al the pies served by Jude Law seem to be delicious, I'm very willing to bake one with fruit filling :-P

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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Tue May 31, 2011 1:40 am

at last I learned how to make the "Apple Crisp"
I will share it next time. It's getting late now. :)

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Post by sweethuman » Tue May 31, 2011 7:54 am

Thanks for sharing but good for females. I dont know how to cook

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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Tue Aug 13, 2013 11:44 am

sweethuman wrote:Thanks for sharing but good for females. I dont know how to cook
I see nothing wrong if you learn how to cook... just don't forget to share with us any new recipe..
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Tue Aug 13, 2013 11:46 am

my "Recipe for the Day" will be back soon... :-)
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Sun Aug 18, 2013 9:39 pm

This is considered as healthy food. Very simple and easy to prepare... :)

(click on the link for photo. ty.) :arrow: Grilled Salmon

4-5 slices salmon (100-150g each)
1 (1/2) tsp salt
a few wedges of lemon

Procedure:

Spread some salt on each slices of salmon.
Grill both sides.
Serve with lemon wedge.


Hope you'll like this! Really Good. :)

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Post by Krisi » Mon Dec 15, 2014 12:55 am

Apple crisp or blue berry crisp is one good recipe for this season.
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Post by Krisi » Tue May 26, 2015 1:26 am

I have been sharing recipes on this site since 2007. You are welcome to try them.
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Fri May 29, 2015 1:11 am

when it comes to ice cream, I noticed that the producers of this product just follow the regular/ordinary flavours which are out in the market for ages already... one ice cream which is so delicious but not easily available in the market is the green tea ice cream... this is rarely seen in ice cream stands or counters, I first tasted this in one of the popular restaurants. It's so good and instantly became our new favourite in ice cream flavour. But just a couple of months back, we were happy to see one catered by (only) one of the ice cream manufacturers here in my country. We were really so happy to find it in a supermarket and so bought a quart of green tea ice cream for each of us then paid at the cashier and just ate it on the spot. :-D it is really so good you've got to taste this new flavourful green tea ice cream.

I am not an ice cream promoter or an endorser I really just love its natural green tea taste. I just shared this with you so that you have an idea of which one to try out of the ordinary. You might like it too.

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Re: my food today

Post by Krisi » Wed Oct 14, 2015 2:35 am

Imagetoday's food {-: -Japanese Curry- (but I have to eat with fresh chili because the spice level is not enough for me)
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The World's Healthiest Food

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  • TOFU

My food for today.

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The World's Healthiest Food

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Post by Krisi » Sat Dec 05, 2015 3:51 am

it is really nice to cook especially if you have money to buy all the ingredients you need and if you are serving the dish you prepared to some people. :-)
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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by hyemikim » Sat Dec 05, 2015 5:43 pm

Hello! I'm going to introduce my favorite food!
it's called "Corn cheese"
it's just literally corn with cheese haha

1 can of Corn
100g mozzarella Cheese
Mayonnaise

Procedure:
First of all, prepare fan and heat beneath of the fan
Second, pour the 1 can of corn on the fan which are dried
Third, put some mayonnaise on the corn
Fourth, pour the 100g mozzarella cheese
just waiting for few minutes until the cheese melting
then you can enjoy the meal!

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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Thu Dec 24, 2015 5:02 pm

hyemikim wrote:Hello! I'm going to introduce my favorite food!
it's called "Corn cheese"
it's just literally corn with cheese haha

1 can of Corn
100g mozzarella Cheese
Mayonnaise

Procedure:
First of all, prepare fan and heat beneath of the fan
Second, pour the 1 can of corn on the fan which are dried
Third, put some mayonnaise on the corn
Fourth, pour the 100g mozzarella cheese
just waiting for few minutes until the cheese melting
then you can enjoy the meal!
That's nice of you to share with us your favorite food.
I am going to try that. I know that's good for I love corn too but I didn't think that it's also good with mayonnaise. I often use butter for my corn.
Thank you for sharing, hyemikim.

Merry Christmas!

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Re: "RECIPE FOR THE DAY"

Post by Krisi » Thu Dec 24, 2015 5:02 pm

hyemikim wrote:Hello! I'm going to introduce my favorite food!
it's called "Corn cheese"
it's just literally corn with cheese haha

1 can of Corn
100g mozzarella Cheese
Mayonnaise

Procedure:
First of all, prepare fan and heat beneath of the fan
Second, pour the 1 can of corn on the fan which are dried
Third, put some mayonnaise on the corn
Fourth, pour the 100g mozzarella cheese
just waiting for few minutes until the cheese melting
then you can enjoy the meal!
That's nice of you to share with us your favorite food.
I am going to try that. I know that's good for I love corn too but I didn't think that it's also good with mayonnaise. I often use butter for my corn.
Thank you for sharing, hyemikim.

Merry Christmas!

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Ingredients
  • 8 ounces uncooked shell pasta
    2 apples, peeled, cored and diced
    1 stalk celery, chopped
    1/2 c chopped walnuts or pecans
    1/2 c chopped raisins
    1/2 c lemon non-fat yogurt
    1/3 c low-fat mayonnaise
Procedure:
  • 1. Cook pasta according to directions, omitting any salt or fat; drain. Rinse in cold water and drain again.
  • 2. Combine pasta, apples, celery, walnuts, raisins, yogurt and mayonnaise in large bowl. Toss gently until blended. Then, cover and chill for at least 5 minutes.
Good for 6 servings.

Nutrition Facts
  • Calories 320, Total Fat 11g, Saturated Fat 1g, Protein 7g, Carbohydrate 52g, Cholesterol 1mg, Dietary fiber 5g, Sodium 118mg
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Waldorf Salad is typically made with apples, celery, grapes, and walnuts and is dressed in mayonnaise. Usually served as an appetizer or a light meal.

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