Tag: O.D.A food
The Alphabet Sandwich – TWENTY SIX different Toppings
DudeFoods made a towering sandwich with 26 different toppings, each one starting with a different letter of the alphabet –
Here’s a rundown:
Italian sausage patty
Krispy Kreme doughnut
Macaroni and cheese
Queso blanco dip
Ive gotta say – A for creativity and all that, but I dont think this is something Id particularly wanna it. Kinda looks gross…
Death By Sushi
10 Cakes That Should Be ILLEGAL
I need A slice of each of these before I die. So far thats all I have on my Bucket list but hey, its a start.
“Have you ever seen a cake so scandalously-indulgent that it makes your heart wrench and your mouth water at the same time? I scoured the web for the cakes that are so good, they should be made illegal, and here’s what I found. In No Particular order:”
1. This Glorious Piñata Cake
Spotted on: Claire K Creations
What’s a party without a piñata? This wacky cake creation is filled with more chocolate than you can shake a stick at.
2. A Banana Split Birthday Cake
Spotted on: alanabread
With this inspired creation you never again have to make a decision over whether to choose cake or a banana split for dessert.
3. Beer-smuggling Cakes
Spotted on: Santie Athina
Move over, beer bread and make way for beer-infused chocolate cake complete with cream cheese and a caramel drizzle.
Recipe: Japanese Fried Chicken W/Panko Breadcrumbs And Tomato & Basil Bruschetta
Yet another recipe that I didnt know was gonna happen until I was stuffing my face with it. I went to sainsburys to stock up on some s&b japanese curry cubes (Im obsessed with Japanese food and culture just incase you havent noticed) and while there I picked up some panko bread crumbs. panko breadcrumbs are these weird, slightly bigger breadcrumbs that are formed by electrocuting bread. (I wish I made that up but its true. Japan, go figure) These bread crumbs soak up a lot less oil so they’re awesome for deep frying.
Anyway, on with the recipe, I suck at all this backstory shit lol.
first: three bowls: in one mix some flour, black pepper, and all purpose seasoning. Second: one whisked egg & third: Panko breadcrumbs.
Then grab some chopped chicken breast coat it in the flour, then give it 10 mins to let it soak in. Next dip your chicken pieces into the egg mixture an then press it firmly into the panko breadcrumbs. Make sure your coat all of it thoroughly.
wait 15 minutes, then throw those badboys in oil, make sure its not raging hot otherwise it’ll burn before the chicken cooks propperly and then “fry until golden brown”
the brushetta was kind of a ‘I dont have any carbs so lemmie make something up’ situation.
slice of thickly crusty bread, brushed with olive oil and in the oven for 10 mins, bit of tomato sauce, roule cheese, spread and top with chopped basil.
boom! mission complete!
Can you finish? The “Attack on Titan” burger!!
The burger chain Lotteria, in a collaboration project with Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin in Japanese), is going to release the ¥2,000 burger combo called “10m-kyu Shingeki no Kyojin Hoshoku Set (10m級進撃の巨人捕食セット – Predatory Set for Titan as big as 10-meter high)” and the ¥1,600 french fries combo called “Cho Ogata! Sasha no Imo-musume Set (超大型！サシャの芋娘セット – Supersize! Sasha’s Potato Girl Set)” in limited quantities. They will be released on March 20.
10m-kyu Shingeki no Kyojin Hoshoku Set (10m級進撃の巨人捕食セット – Predatory Set for Titan as big as 10-meter high) includes:
- Tower Cheese Burger with Titan design sleeve
- A key chain of the 3-D Maneuver Gear
- A shrimp burger coupon voucher with Mikasa design
- Tower Cheese Burger with the Titan design sleeve
- A key chain of the sword
- A cheese burger trading voucher with Ellen’s design
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Recipe: Warm Griddled Lamb Salad W/ A Lemon & Mint Marinade And Homemade Croutons
Like most of my dishes/recipes, I almost always have no idea what im going to make until theyre finished & I make em up as I go along. I started out with a bit of lamb neck chopped up, which I seasoned with crushed black pepper and i tiny bit of all purpose seasoning. Then comes the marinade : I grabbed a small ramekin and mixed the juice of half a lemon, some chopped up corriander, a crushed clove of garlic, a teaspoon of dried mint & a teaspoon of wholegrain mustard, a bit of olive oil, whisked them altogether with a fork, then mixed them in with the lamb and left it there to marinade for an hour or so. After that, heat up a dry griddle pan & cook the lamb for about 5 minutes either side.
Next are the Croutons. I was at the end of my bloomer of poppy seed bread and what was left was a little ‘crispy’ in a word, but that makes perfect for croutons! I cut two thick slices then cut them into squares, drizzled a little bit of olive oil and salt , then throw em in the oven @ 180 degrees, and keep em in there until the very end.
After that I got some rocket, baby spinach, tomato and cucumber, put in the croutons and then finally the lamb & boom! we are done!