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What was the last meal you cooked?

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  • weatherking2019weatherking2019 Posts: 304Member Member Posts: 304Member Member
    I made caramelized onion in crockpot. (Sliced onions in the crock for 10hrs) I portion bagged it for later use.
    Also made egg bakes with farm eggs from a friends farm and apple crisp! Everything was easy but turned out so good :) xby4f1osbdeg.jpg
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,240Member Member Posts: 7,240Member Member
    Grilled garlic butter shrimp, quinoa and napa cabbage salad for dinner.
  • mrsstoll2016mrsstoll2016 Posts: 3Member Member Posts: 3Member Member
    Chicken Ceasar Salad
  • aokoyeaokoye Posts: 3,100Member Member Posts: 3,100Member Member
    I'm making digaag qumbe at the moment. It's a Somali chicken, coconut, and yogurt stew.

  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,240Member Member Posts: 7,240Member Member
  • weatherking2019weatherking2019 Posts: 304Member Member Posts: 304Member Member
    Have you heard of Spaghetti Napolitan? It's a Japanese spaghetti pan-fried with sausage, onion and bell pepper, and seasoned with ketchup. I know Ketchup! But it brings back childhood memories and kids digg it. I had a bad stomach so I only had a tiny serving but it hit the spot! ;)
  • shunggieshunggie Posts: 922Member Member Posts: 922Member Member
    Quaker Oats Instant Blueberry & Cream oatmeal. :) :) :)
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,113Member Member Posts: 4,113Member Member
    Have you heard of Spaghetti Napolitan? It's a Japanese spaghetti pan-fried with sausage, onion and bell pepper, and seasoned with ketchup. I know Ketchup! But it brings back childhood memories and kids digg it. I had a bad stomach so I only had a tiny serving but it hit the spot! ;)

    https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/7878-stir-fried-chicken-with-ketchup
  • mjbnj0001mjbnj0001 Posts: 652Member Member Posts: 652Member Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    Have you heard of Spaghetti Napolitan? It's a Japanese spaghetti pan-fried with sausage, onion and bell pepper, and seasoned with ketchup. I know Ketchup! But it brings back childhood memories and kids digg it. I had a bad stomach so I only had a tiny serving but it hit the spot! ;)

    https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/7878-stir-fried-chicken-with-ketchup

    wasn't ketchup (catsup) originally an asian sauce?
  • mjbnj0001mjbnj0001 Posts: 652Member Member Posts: 652Member Member
    Tuesday evening, 09/03: old-school grill. Grilled chicken (Carolina-style - BBQ sauce and vinegar marinade), foil packet potatoes and veg (red-skinned potatoes, red and green peppers, red onions, flavorings), side salad (tomato, cuke, scallions, garnish of grated parm/romano, O&V). MFP thinks this is about 1022 cals, 59g protein, 49g fat, 86g carb, 681mg NaCl, well within my daily macros, although I prob should use less oil in the foil packet. Nectarine later as dessert.

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  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,113Member Member Posts: 4,113Member Member
    mjbnj0001 wrote: »
    acpgee wrote: »
    Have you heard of Spaghetti Napolitan? It's a Japanese spaghetti pan-fried with sausage, onion and bell pepper, and seasoned with ketchup. I know Ketchup! But it brings back childhood memories and kids digg it. I had a bad stomach so I only had a tiny serving but it hit the spot! ;)

    https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/7878-stir-fried-chicken-with-ketchup

    wasn't ketchup (catsup) originally an asian sauce?

    Not really. Ketjap is the Indonesian word for their sweet syrupy soy sauce. Tomatoes are New World.
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,113Member Member Posts: 4,113Member Member
    California hand rolls with kakiage on the side to dip into miso soup. For the hand rolls we had cucumber, chive, green onion, Japanese omelet, crab sticks, pickled daikon, avocado, sushi rice and nori as well as condiments furikake, wasabi in a tube, kewpie mayo, yamasa soy. Kakiage was thinly sliced onion, grated carrot, courgette, broccoli stems, and spinach leaves made with cold club soda, rice flour and chickpea flour as I am experimenting with being able to make this for a coeliac friend. Miso soup was instant dashi powder, miso, dried hijiki and some green onion and chive.
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  • aokoyeaokoye Posts: 3,100Member Member Posts: 3,100Member Member
    mjbnj0001 wrote: »
    acpgee wrote: »
    Have you heard of Spaghetti Napolitan? It's a Japanese spaghetti pan-fried with sausage, onion and bell pepper, and seasoned with ketchup. I know Ketchup! But it brings back childhood memories and kids digg it. I had a bad stomach so I only had a tiny serving but it hit the spot! ;)

    https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/7878-stir-fried-chicken-with-ketchup

    wasn't ketchup (catsup) originally an asian sauce?

    Tomato ketchup? No, I can't imagine it was, other ketchups were though. That said, I'm assuming spaghetti napolitan falls into the yoshoku category of Japanese foods.
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,113Member Member Posts: 4,113Member Member
    Is this a good spaghetti Napolitan recipe? If not, please send a recommendation.

    https://www.thespruceeats.com/spaghetti-napolitan-japanese-ketchup-pasta-2031629

    I have been loving an abomination of spaghetti aglio olio, vietnamese style.

    https://kirbiecravings.com/vietnamese-garlic-butter-noodles/

  • debrakgooginsdebrakgoogins Posts: 1,762Member, Premium Member Posts: 1,762Member, Premium Member
    Instant Pot Baby Back Ribs, steamed red potatoes and fresh green beans.
  • mjbnj0001mjbnj0001 Posts: 652Member Member Posts: 652Member Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    mjbnj0001 wrote: »
    acpgee wrote: »
    Have you heard of Spaghetti Napolitan? It's a Japanese spaghetti pan-fried with sausage, onion and bell pepper, and seasoned with ketchup. I know Ketchup! But it brings back childhood memories and kids digg it. I had a bad stomach so I only had a tiny serving but it hit the spot! ;)

    https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/7878-stir-fried-chicken-with-ketchup

    wasn't ketchup (catsup) originally an asian sauce?

    Not really. Ketjap is the Indonesian word for their sweet syrupy soy sauce. Tomatoes are New World.

    Yes, I know tomatoes are New World. Heinz, I thought, back in the day, took an Asian thing, made it tomato-based, and voila, our present condiment. Well, thanks for the input.
  • mjbnj0001mjbnj0001 Posts: 652Member Member Posts: 652Member Member
    aokoye wrote: »
    mjbnj0001 wrote: »
    acpgee wrote: »
    Have you heard of Spaghetti Napolitan? It's a Japanese spaghetti pan-fried with sausage, onion and bell pepper, and seasoned with ketchup. I know Ketchup! But it brings back childhood memories and kids digg it. I had a bad stomach so I only had a tiny serving but it hit the spot! ;)

    https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/7878-stir-fried-chicken-with-ketchup

    wasn't ketchup (catsup) originally an asian sauce?

    Tomato ketchup? No, I can't imagine it was, other ketchups were though. That said, I'm assuming spaghetti napolitan falls into the yoshoku category of Japanese foods.

    See above also; it's just that today, "ketchup (catsup)" is pretty nearly uniformly thought of as a tomato condiment. I had thought the original was based on another fruit. Live and learn! Thanks!
  • Squishy_HSquishy_H Posts: 39Member, Premium Member Posts: 39Member, Premium Member
    Have you heard of Spaghetti Napolitan? It's a Japanese spaghetti pan-fried with sausage, onion and bell pepper, and seasoned with ketchup. I know Ketchup! But it brings back childhood memories and kids digg it. I had a bad stomach so I only had a tiny serving but it hit the spot! ;)

    I tried it when we first arrived in Japan. I’m not a fan but I also tried the traditional meat sauce spaghetti here and it’s amazing! I wasn’t a fan of spaghetti before we moved here either.

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