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10 hours ago, Naam said:

and under the anchovis a full layer of smoked salmon with rough ground pepper and 3-4 teaspoons of (hot) nam pla in which red and green chillies were soaked.:smile:

i forgot to mention capers!

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On ‎13‎/‎12‎/‎2016 at 5:16 PM, tutsiwarrior said:

 

any crust recipes?

 

415g Good quality bread flour

9g Sea salt finely ground

270g Water

1.5g Cake yeast or 1g dry yeast

 

Use this method but be warned, it takes 24 hours.

 

 

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any crust recipes?

I just see, I got it wrong ha ha.
You asked for crust, not toppings.

The one from notmyself is the original or traditional recipe.

Lately I made one with egg, milk and oil.
Basically you take the original recipe, add one egg, 1 tablespoon oil and replace water with milk, but a little bit less because you have already liquid from the egg and oil.
The dough should not stick to the bowl after kneading.
Gives a bit softer dough close to what you could call American pizza.
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16 hours ago, White Christmas13 said:

Well you all posted nice pics but this one explains the word Food Porn

 

 

 

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a thai lady took her unfaithful husband's severed member and served it up fer supper?

 

them dumplings look rather...pudenda - ish...good sprinkled with spices I note...

 

mmmmm, pudenda...

 

 

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19 hours ago, Michaelaway said:

A few days ago, as an experiment (and because they were on sale @ 990 baht @ Big C), I bought a turbo oven and today I gave it a try. Whole chicken and vegetables (total purchase price a bit < 200 baht) were roasted @ 175 degrees C. for about 1 hour and 20 minutes. Chicken came out fairly crispy outside with moist and tender meat. Vegetables are quite good, with the potatoes crisping up & browning more than in our conventional oven. Don't know what I'll try next, but I'll call the first test a success... 8 out of 10 on the Aroymeter.

 

 

 

The chicken looks great. Mrs. S bought the same oven a few months ago, and I couldn't be happier with it. My old clunky giant convection oven is soon to be in the trash. The turbo is much quicker and cooks more evenly. Chicken, ribs, burgers, whole fish, homemade French fries, pork belly, pork chops, etc, etc, etc.

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