leftovers

PORK AND NOODLES IN TWO PARTS – “PART TWO”

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Well  dear friends, here now is part two of “Pork And Noodles In Two Parts”.
As I’ve explained in part one,  “Crisp Yi Mein Noodle Pillow With Fiery Chile Pork” was not planned to exist in its final form, but I was glad it came about, because it was truly a beautiful, delicious dish I would not want to have missed.
It just goes to show that great food can be had by using simple leftovers, as long as one adds a bit of creativity and lot’s of love 🙂
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Bon Appétit !   Life is Good !
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P.S.
I like some of my chili dishes’ heat level to the point when the first few bites actually almost hurt, only to then morph into bliss full near-numbness and delightful tingling of the taste bud’s.
If you are less hard-core in the spice-department, adjust the heat level of this dish (or any other) by adding less chili paste.
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Crisp Chinese Noodle Pillow With Chile Pork

Crisp Chinese Noodle Pillow With Chile Pork

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Crisp Chinese Noodle Pillow With Chile Pork

Crisp Chinese Noodle Pillow With Chile Pork

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EASY DOES IT # 30 – Cinnamon Roll And Fruit-Pudding

Dear  Friend’s,
Although most of the followers of ChefsOpinion are culinary professionals, there is also a large segment of followers who are just starting to enjoy cooking on a slightly higher than basic level. I have therefore decided to publish, under the moniker “Easy Does It“,  from time to time some very basic recipe variations of dishes (and even pre-cooked dishes) which otherwise might seem too complicated to some folks. I will break them down to the easiest, most simple instructions, so that those of you who are intimidated by elaborate recipes will be able to prepare these dishes properly, adjusted to your taste and liking, right from the get-go.

After all, just because you are not (yet ?) a professional chef should not prevent you from enjoying great food at home. 🙂
Enjoy !
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If  you are still looking for a great, delicious, good-looking and easy to prepare dessert for your upcoming x-mas feast (or any other feast 🙂 ), give this beauty a shot.
It will take all of about 15 minutes of actual prep time, yet the result is extraordinarily delicious.
I have served mine with just a bit of whipped cream, but a fruit coulis or chocolate sauce will add an extra layer of taste, texture and color.
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Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !
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! Please find an update to this post at the bottom of this page !
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Cinnamon Roll And Fruit-Pudding

Cinnamon Roll And Fruit-Pudding

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Cinnamon Roll And Fruit-Pudding

Cinnamon Roll And Fruit-Pudding

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Cinnamon Roll And Fruit-Pudding

Cinnamon Roll And Fruit-Pudding

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Following, a few pics of the leftovers I served the next day 🙂    ( With added strawberry coulis )
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Broiled Beef Ribs With Chimichurri And Hasselback Potato

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Since  I don’t have an outside grill anymore, I “grill” (broil) all my grill dishes in my oven under the broiler on high heat.
Cooking for myself only, this works great for me, it gives me the sought-after “Maillard Reaction”, requires no lengthy grill preparation and on top of all, saves a lot of cleaning effort 🙂
Today I had some delicious beef ribs and a hearty hasselback potato, accompanied by some leftover chimichurri from my last steak dinner. Life is Good !
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Bon Appetit !   ¡buen provecho!
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More about  Chimichurri
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More about  Maillard Reaction
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More  Hasselback Potatoes
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More  Grilled Beef Ribs on ChefsOpinion
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Broiled Beef Ribs With Chimichurri And Hasselback Potato

Broiled Beef Ribs With Chimichurri And Hasselback Potato

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Broiled Beef Ribs With Chimichurri And Hasselback Potato

Broiled Beef Ribs With Chimichurri And Hasselback Potato

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“The German Dip”

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This  is the second  dish I prepared with the leftovers from the roast pork ham I prepared on the 25th. It turned out to become a masterstroke of a sandwich, and since I have not heard of a national German sandwich, I hereby declare this sandwich the “Official German Sandwich”, also known as “The German Dip”.
(Without the dipping jus, it shall simply be known as “The German”).
You are welcome Germany, glad to help 🙂
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Guten Appetit ! Das Leben Ist Wunderbar !
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"The German Dip"

“The German Dip”

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"The German Dip"

“The German Dip”

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Link : Löwensenf
Link : Allgäuer Bergkäse
Link : Rotkohlsalat
Link : Schweinebraten

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Roasted Suckling Pig

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Leftover  suckling pig from last night, re-heated, sprinkled with kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper and served for today’s lunch with mustard, horseradish, sour dough bread and a couple of Negra Modelo 🙂

Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !

Roasted Suckling Pig

Roasted Suckling Pig

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Roasted Suckling Pig

Spanferkel

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Roasted Suckling Pig

Lechon Asado

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Roasted Suckling Pig

Cochon De Lait

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Roasted Suckling Pig

Roasted Suckling Pig

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Killer LO

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( Killer left overs   🙂
Yesterdays leftover potatoes from the   Spatchcocked Chicken “Nilda’s Way”  made for a terrific breakfast this morning. The potatoes were super flavorful from all the chicken fat / juices and the liver gave it some extra debt. All in all a dish wich is great without the special potatoes, but outstanding if you have special ones on hand as I did  from yesterday’s leftovers  🙂

Saute your leftover potatoes and thinly sliced Argentinian  Sopresata until sausage start’s to lightly brown at the edges, add whisked eggs, kosher salt, freshly ground black pepper and cook until eggs are set to your liking. To serve, sprinkle with cilantro and finely grated parmigiano reggiano.

Bon Appetit !   Have a great Day !
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Enjoy Spatchkocking !   Life is Good !
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” Leftovers “

Here is a little suggestion how to turn leftovers into a gorgeous 5 minute meal.
Bon Appetit !
Life is Good !

http://youtu.be/iXmg_8BaZIs