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Cooking Lamb Leg Steaks
- Lamb, hogget, and mutton are the meat of domestic sheep. The meat of an animal in its first year is lamb; that of an older sheep is hogget and later mutton.
- The triangular shaped trim used to seal the soffit and where the gable fascia intersects the horizontal fascia.
- the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
- (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
- The process of preparing food by heating it
- (cook) someone who cooks food
- Food that has been prepared in a particular way
- The practice or skill of preparing food
- A thick slice of such beef or other high-quality meat or fish
- Poorer-quality beef that is cubed or ground and cooked more slowly by braising or stewing
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- (steak) a slice of meat cut from the fleshy part of an animal or large fish
- High-quality beef taken from the hindquarters of the animal, typically cut into thick slices that are cooked by broiling or frying
Rack of Lamb
Well there WERE 8 ribs, but 4 were hijacked before I took this picture. Seared and then roasted in the oven at 400 degrees until the temperature registered 130 degrees (it actually continued cooking and went up to 150 after taking it out of the oven. But still came out medium *whew*.). The sauce on the top/left was made from the leftover fat from pan roasting 2 leg of lamb steaks, adding onions, stock, sherry wine, and a little flour... and then reducing and straining.
Spice Rubbed & Garlic Stuffed Leg of Lamb
I poked holes in the outside of the lamb leg with a steak knife and stuck individual cloves of garlic in each hole. It marinated overnight and then I did a spice rub the next day, allowed it to marinate a couple more hours, and popped it in the oven. Turned out to be the juiciest lamb ever, cooking it in an oven bag keeps all the moisture inside and the fat melts off the lamb meat and creates a sort of marinade for the muscles. It's fantastic.
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Methods Of Cooking Potatoes : Oyunlar Cooking Games.
Methods Of Cooking Potatoes
- The potato, source of carbohydrates, protein and vitamin C, easy to cultivate and cook, became a staple food ; its nutritional value may however greatly vary in accordance with the manner of cooking.
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- Orderliness of thought or behavior; systematic planning or action
- A particular form of procedure for accomplishing or approaching something, esp. a systematic or established one
- (method) a way of doing something, especially a systematic way; implies an orderly logical arrangement (usually in steps)
- method acting: an acting technique introduced by Stanislavsky in which the actor recalls emotions or reactions from his or her own life and uses them to identify with the character being portrayed
Cauliflower and potato curry
Fresh Cauliflower=====================1 medium size
Potato=========================2 medium size
Turmeric powder (haldi)===========1/4 tsp
Red Chilli powder (hot)============1 tsp
Curry powder (garam masala)======1 tsp
Garlic paste====================1 tsp
Ginger paste====================1 tsp
Cumin seeds (Jeera)=========1/2 tsp
Mustard seeds==============1/2 tsp
Onion=====================1 (medium size)
Corriander leaves (cilantro)=====few sprigs
Jaggery====================1 tsp (optional)
Vegetable oil================3 tbsp
All these ingredients are available at any Indian store (some supermarkets e.g. Tescos also stock ingredients for Indian cooking now)
1. Clean the cauliflower and cut into small florets. It's best to break the cauliflower by hand rather than cutting with a knife. Peel the potatoes and cut into small cubes.
2. Chop the onion finely. Chop the tomato
3. Heat 3 table spoons of vegetable oil (olive / sunflower etc.) in a thick bottomed vessel (not a wok) on high heat. Add the cumin and mustard seeds and let them crackle for a few seconds. Add the turmeric powder and stir. Add the garlic and ginger paste and fry for ~30 seconds.
4. Reduce the heat to medium and add the chopped onion and fry well until slightly browned (should take ~10 min) stir periodically to ensure the onions do not burn.
5. Add the tomatoes, red chili and curry powders and stir. Fry for 1 min.
6. Add the potatoes and 2 cups of water and the jaggery (1/2 tsp sugar can be used instead). Cook until the potatoes are half done (~10 minutes on the boil)
7. Add the cauliflower florets and salt to taste. Stir and cook until the cauliflower is done (but still a little bit crunchy) and the potatoes are soft.
8. Garnish with chopped cilantro leaves.
9. Add a twist of lime juice to boost the 'interestingness' of the curry :-)
From "Forever Summer" by Nigella Lawson.
Here's how I did it. I figured on two medium-smallish potatoes each, but really, I could have eaten more they were that good. Ideally you use small new potatoes, but I admit to doing it with large russets. It is better with the small potatoes but no one will die or spit it out if you use russets.
Nigella has a method for cutting the potatoes. She puts her potatoes in a large spoon and slices down till the knife hits the spoon. I've tried doing that each time I've made these and I'm just going to stop. I don't think I have the right sized spoon because when I do that I don't cut deep enough. It's important to cut really deep without actually slicing through.
After you've cut your potatoes, but them on a baking try lined with foil. I used olive oil that's been put into an atomizer and I found that spraying them with oil is much easier than brushing them with it. If you want to use PAM, make sure you're using the pure olive oil kind because you will taste the flavor of the oil later.
Melt some butter. You can use a pastry brush for this, but I kept it in its Pyrex measuring cup and gently poured a small amount into the spot between each slice. It opens up as it bakes. When you first slice it it will stick together and look like a regular potato with slash marks. To get the butter in there you'll have to open up each slice. It's not hard work, it just takes some patience.
The reason you want to get the butter in there is because it will prevent the small slices from burning and turning black and also make them crisp and fabulous.
Bake them for about an hour, checking after 40 minutes, for doneness. You can tell how much they are cooked by their color. Temperature was about 475, I think. Enjoy!
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