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Can you smell what anon is cookin?

One onion, one potato, one sausage, one pat of butter, one splash of olive oil, half a broccoli, and 10-12 minutes or so. Cover and flip when ever. Diet food!
I home alone attempting to cook for the first time and honestly didnt think cooking was this easy. I guess if retards like me have been successfully doing it for thousands of years it cant be that hard.
If i would change anything i would have added a pepper or two, may some hot sauce, but definitely some pepper and some salt.



Looks fucking delicious my dude.


looks really good, actually

nice job


In the kitchen, where you belong.

Now fry up another serving for daddy.


Mail me some


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It tried again, added some peppers, mushrooms, jalapeños, some pepper and salt. Had enough for two days.



Better or worse with the added goodies?


It needs more mushrooms and less peppers, the sweet from the peppers was a little overpowering. Also i should have cooked it longer.


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I went straight mushrooms and onions today.
This whole plate comes out to 600 calories which makes it great diet food because its so filling


Wtf bro I've been waiting at the post office for 4 days now



That's freaking delicious looking. You should post a measurements list with ingredients. Would love to make this.


Let me give it a shot
2 medium onions (100 cal)
1 package of precut mushrooms (60 cal)
1 sausage (250 cal)
1 tblsp of olive oil (120 cal)

Take a nonstick pan put it on a burner at full heat
Put the olive oil in
Cut up an onion. I like big pieces so I cut them in half, then make rings, then cut the rings in half and stop there. Be careful with the knife and use a cutting board, retard.
Once you get a piece of onion put it in the pan so you can listen to it sizzle to see when the oil gets hot. By the time you cut up all the onions it should be sizzling good.
Put the sausage in, then the onions and mushrooms. Make sure the sausage is on the pan.
Flip everything after 30 seconds to cover everything with the oilve oil. Try to break up clumps of onions.
Turn the heat down a little if everything looks a little burnt when you flip it. Just a tad.
Cover and flip every two minutes of so, you cant really screw it up.
Cook for 8-10 minutes, or until it looks sorta brown but not burnt.

General tips:
You can add pretty much anything, just increase the amount of time and heat if you add more stuff. Just try to cut everything up to about the same size so it all cooks at the same rate. I cut my broccoli too big and it didn't really cook all the way through so it was a little tough. The finer you cut something the more it will get cooked.
10 minutes is a good time to shoot for. more for
I would always add onions though. Fried onions are so good they're like cheating.
If you add potatoes dont peel them. Too much work and the skins are good.
If you want to make it healthier, instead of olive oil just cut up the sausage and use the grease inside to cook in.

Meet me somewheres bitch.


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You rock


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looks pretty good my dude

It's pics like these that make me regret that I don't eat pork.
I'd probably have substituted with ground beef or julienne chicken of turkey and added some butter for more taste.


Id maybe add some garlic too. You can put in pretty much anything.


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Alright i tried to push it a little tonight. I did my usual sausage and 2 onions, but i added a tomato cut in quaters and 2 eggs. I added the eggs about half way through, just cracked and stirred them in. They cook alot quicker then anything else, so if you want to added them, do it at the very end. The tomatoes were ok. Next time ill cut tyem up finer, or scoop out the insides so they dry out more.


I did not expect the eggs to cook so quick, so everything else is a little undercooked. Medium rare sausage is ok right?


You can just stir in the eggs after turning off the heat. The pan and food is still hot and it'll cook in 1-2 minutes.

How did eggs do tastewise?


Drive it over here


Thats a great tip. Eggs tasted like eggs. By that i mean they absorbed the flavors from everything else.


Please respond


I can only help you help yourself anon


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I think it going fine, first time caramelizing onions.


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Best omelette I've done so far holy shit


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Burning them its where its at


Looks great. Let us know how the finished product is


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Should have posted a picture of my prep, but here it is while cooking the vegetables with the roux, and the chicken sealed with some beer added. The vegetables being cooked with the roux are celery, peppers, cuaresmeño chili, yellow onion, and garlic.


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Stew being boiled, smells really really nice with thyme, and some butter added. The beer that was added in the chicken is a Noche Buena (bock beer). Added some smoked sausages, and the chicken.


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Stew looking good, the foam from the beer has gone away, and it boiling.


anon, it's been ten freaking hours. check the stew!


I made stuffing over the weekend from my moms recipe. Came out great.


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anon, more like koirishima amirite


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That's one hell of a mess. How did you get it all over the place? Looks like it got too hot and exploded in the pan, but that seems unlikely for stuffing.


I had too small of a bowl when i first started, so mixing was leading to spilling. I borrowed a bigger pan and was much better off


Was it delicious?


It was very delicious, tasted just like my moms. My dorm oven shat the bed tho so i couldn't really bake it, just warmed it up.


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My mom handed me down her grandma's cast iron pan, apparently this thing is from the late 40s. I'm frying more onions potatoes and sausage. The first time I tried it, i had the heat way too high and ended up setting off the fire alarm in my dorm…


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A before and after of scrubbing it with kosher salt and a sponge.
It makes me happy thus thing has like 70 years of seasoning and a direct connection back to my family. They were Italians that came through elis Island, this may have been one of the first things they bought in the new world.


>A before and after of scrubbing it with kosher salt and a sponge.

good boy with the no soap


Good job!


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I cut up a slice of bacon with the onions, and used butter instead of oil. The butter and bacon makes everything taste better, and the butter makes the onions. Barely stick to the pan at all.
I need to limit how much I cook because I will eat myself into a higher health insurance premium otherwise.

Ive spent way too much time researching this to fuck it up now.


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I made an omelette, only have the final picture. It has Serrano pepper, bacon stripes, and spinach, melt together by artisan manchego cheese. Topped with some thyme.

Shall keep experimenting with omelettes.


Make sure you clean that plate with some ammonia and bleach. Gets it all clean.


That looks great. Most of my omlettes are ham and cheese, I should start expanding my horizons.


Parsley, thyme, rosemary, and coriander/cilantro are good fresh herbs that go with omelettes well. Almost any crumbly, high fat meat works (turkey sausage is a p good alternative though). For other spices/aromatics you of course have onion and garlic, and then chili peppers in general. You also can add vegetables like bell peppers, (fresh) spinach, and some other leafy greens. As for cheeses, just try to pick cheeses with higher moisture content as the base. American, havarti, manchego, queso fresco, etc. Drier cheeses can be used too, just mix them with the more moist cheese or use them as a topper.


how could i also forget, tomatoes. also potatoes.


I cant smell any of these

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