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Cooking and recipe general! Anonymous Comrade 11/11/2019 (Mon) 11:07:46 No. 2631
Share recipes and ideas for cooking delicious food! Hotdogs, chili, preferably healthy food!

I am vegan and I would like to say vegans and non vegans need to get along in this thread or I will fucking gut rape all of you.

I just made a fucking delicious Setain steak seasoned with onion and garlic powder with a little salt and pepper. On the side I had a salad and some riggatoni. I could get a picture, but, i'll make it tomorrow and post it up here in the general.

Here's some recipes, also: https://veganheaven.org/all-recipes/seitan/

https://www.onegreenplanet.org/vegan-recipe/champignon-mushroom-risotto/

These cookies are off the chain good.
https://spoonuniversity.com/recipe/the-best-vegan-chocolate-chip-cookies-you-ll-taste-in-your-entire-life

Enjoy!
さげ
>>2631
I've been working on my tagliatelle ai funghi lately, but the only non-awful mushrooms I've been able to find are hen of the woods and pleurotus eryngii. I reckon I could murder this dish if I got ahold of some porcinis, but fuck chance of that in the tropics.
Some pasta that fucking slaps:
https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/cacio-e-pepe/
If you can't cook for shit but want to eat something good, try making japanese curry. You can buy curry roux online, in ethnic shops or at your local chinatown. I recommend S&B.
Generally speaking you can put anything you want in your curry and it will taste good, but for something easy just use meat (it's impossible to fuck up with chicken and pork), potatoes and carrots.
(2.24 MB YUM.mp4)
Sharing this video that I like. catchy music and a tasty (if fatty) recipe.
>>2796
someone tell me what thsi swingy music is!
>>2797
Art Tatum - Fifty Second Street Blues
Y'all can probably Google Translate this, it's a great recipe: https://vegokak.se/nyar/nyar-snabb-oumph-bourguignon-vegetarisk-vegansk/

Now that the grey and cold are here, stews and soups are the coziest shit (and most super easy to make vegan if you just use veggie stock).
>>2795
Indian food is really easy to make too if you use the spice boxes. Pretty sure most of them are one-skillet too (besides the rice, obviously), so it's easy to clean up.

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