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« Reply #30 on: June 27, 2006, 10:55:22 AM »

Cine nu stie sa faca un gratar ?
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« Reply #31 on: June 27, 2006, 12:39:30 PM »

Quote from: "carmen"
Cine nu stie sa faca un gratar ?

 ...... din ce ........ sau cu ce ........ nu stiu cum ar fi corect.....
...........in vizita la socri ..... Ajuns , socrul il roaga sa taie niste lemne ...
Individul .......
- Aoleu ... daca vrei taiem un miel, o gaina ceva ........ dar lemne nu tai ca sunt extraordinar de milos ...


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« Reply #32 on: June 27, 2006, 09:39:45 PM »

Fraţilor , nu fie cu supărare dar se deviază de la subiect.

Carmen nu oricine face un grătar .. REUŞIT, atât la propriu cât şi la figurat.
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« Reply #33 on: June 28, 2006, 09:00:38 AM »

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Fraţilor , nu fie cu supărare dar se deviază de la subiect.

Carmen nu oricine face un grătar .. REUŞIT, atât la propriu cât şi la figurat.

 ........ mda ..... ai dreptate .... dar, parca ... ii dau dreptate si copilului asta cu gratarul ... ....... .............. Cine stie ... ce stie sa faca Carmen cu gratarul ...
.....spre exemplu, am mancat niste Champignoane puse pe gratar doar 3 minute, cu un praf de sare la care am avut parte de salata de varza alba simpla - sare , ulei, piper - fara paine, mamaliga, sau alte adaosuri ...... Si vreau sa zic ca o combinatie mai fericita nu am intalnit ....
 ....... sa mai asteptam un pic, poate intra Carmen in amanunte ...
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« Reply #34 on: September 29, 2006, 05:43:08 PM »

Pentru Migavart am postat citeva retete care au la baza ciupercile Shiitake. Placerea de a traduce, gati si consuma preparatele v-o las d-voastra.

SHIITAKE SUSHI
•   Toss 4 1/2 cups hot, cooked, short grain white rice with 1/2 cup seasoned rice vinegar. Cool.  Stir in 3/4 cup (12 ounces) thinly sliced green onions.  Cover with damp cloth and set aside at room temperature.
•   Remove stems from 72 (1 1/2 pounds) fresh shiitake mushrooms.  Brush with vegetable oil; grill or broil till tender.  Cool.
•   Smear inside of each cap with wasabi paste (Japanese horseradish) and sprinkle with several drops of soy sauce.
•   With moistened hands, shape rice mixture into small balls, about 1 tablespoon each, and place in centers of caps.
•   Arrange on tray; cover with damp cloth. Set aside at room temperature.
Per Order:  Serve 3 mushrooms per order. Garnish each plate with a spoonful of pickled ginger and a green onion brush.
Yield: (24 servings)

Paul & Dusty's Killer Shiitake Recipe
Once in a while, you come across a simple recipe that elicits enthusiastic exclamations of joy. Recently we came up with one. We get inundated with requests for it. So here it is. Bon appetit!
Mix in a bowl the following ratios:
Paul's Version
70% olive oil
15% sesame oil
10% tamari or soy
5% white wine
pinch of black pepper
1-2 cloves of crushed garlic   
Dusty's Version
1/8 cup olive oil
1/8 cup sesame oil
4-5 tablespoons tamari
2 glugs and 1 splash of white wine

Stir vigorously as the ingredients tend to separate. Set aside.
Take a pound of fresh, whole Shiitake mushrooms. Cut the stems from the caps. Place gills facing up. Do not slice mushrooms. (The stems can be dried and used for a soup base or discarded.)
Pour the above sauce onto the mushrooms and stir, making sure the gills become saturated with the sauce.
In a 350° F oven, bake uncovered for 30-40 minutes. Or you can barbecue on an open grill. The smoky flavor makes it even better. Yum!
Serve hot with seafood, rice, pasta or whatever. Unbelievably good.

Mushroom Saute Supreme*
1/2 lb fresh Shiitake
2 tbsp pesto
1 tarragon sprig
1 thyme sprig
1/2 cup canola oil   
1/4 cup olive oil
3 garlic cloves
1 small onion, diced
1/8 cup water
2 tbsp shaved almonds
Trim and discard stems of Shiitake, dice upper part of stems into small pieces, and put aside. Discard lower stems. Then tear each Shiitake mushroom into six or more pieces. In medium size skillet using 1/2 cup canola oil, bring heat up to high, then add mushrooms. Cook Shiitake until golden brown on each side. Add pesto and olive oil. Lower heat to medium, add diced onions, tarragon, thyme, garlic, almonds, and water. Salt and pepper to taste. Simmer for five to ten minutes. Once cooked, this mixture can be:
1) mixed into white or wild rice.
2) mixed into pasta.
3) placed on top of salmon or white fish.
4) mixed in with tofu and cooked.
5) mixed into a quiche and baked.

Marinated Barbecued Mushrooms
This recipe came to us from Mike Deliman, via the Internet
Several large mushroom caps; Portobello work well, but any large caps will do ( note: Shiitake or Stropharia caps would work well for this recipe too)
port wine   
oregano
thyme
sage
garlic powder
Parmesan cheese
dash of rice wine vinegar
Clean mushroom caps, and remove stems. Place enough wine into cap so that the gills are at least visibly moist. Add herbs as desired, and cheese. A dash of rice wine vinegar may also be added. Allow to rest for at least 15 minutes before cooking, to let the wine "marinate" the mushrooms. Place on barbecue grill, grill for 3 to 5 minutes.

Shiitake Balsamic Vinaigrette
3 cups canola oil
1/2 cup sesame oil
1 cup water
1 cup red wine
1 cup balsamic vinegar
1 cup shoyu (soy sauce)   
1/2 cup toasted sesame seeds
2-3 cups dried Shiitake mushrooms, chopped/ground into small pieces (about twice the size of a peppercorn. If some of it gets ground into powder along the way, all the better!)
Combine all ingredients in a vessel that can be shaken without leaking. Then shake that puppy! Allow to sit for 24 hours in order for the Shiitakes to swell up and distribute their flavor throughout the mixture. Serve over salad or as a dip for raw vegetables.

Shiitake Fettucini
From Randy, via the Internet
4 oz fresh Shiitake mushrooms sliced
1/2 small onion chopped
1 lb cooked Fettucini
1 cup Alfredo sauce (homemade or from jar)   
2 cloves minced garlic
1/4 tsp ground white pepper
1 tbsp butter or olive oil (or half and half)
1 tbsp freshly grated Parmesan cheese
Saute garlic and onion and white pepper in olive oil or butter till onion is softened then add Shiitake mushrooms and saute two minutes more over moderate heat do not over cook. Drain pasta and toss with Alfredo sauce and onion mushroom mix while hot. Sprinkle w/ Parmesan cheese and serve immediately.

Stuffed Shiitakes
From Booster1, via the Internet
Shiitakes, stems removed
french bread, sliced and cut to hold one mushroom each
unsalted butter
Roquefort cheese   
1 egg, beaten
freshly squeezed lemon juice
walnut pieces
sweet red pepper, thinly sliced
Butter French bread lightly on both sides and bake on foil 2 1/2 minutes per side at 400° F. Toss mushroom caps in lemon juice and decant. Toss again in melted butter. Mix Roquefort with enough egg to make a smooth filling. Fill mushroom caps and broil for about 5 minutes, or until browned. Garnish each mushroom with one walnut piece and two strips of red pepper.

 Ming Toy Mushrooms
From E. C. Williams, via the Internet
1/2 lb mushrooms (Button, Shiitake and Oyster mushrooms all work well)
2 tbsp soy sauce   
2 tbsp flour
butter
salt and pepper
Saute the mushrooms in butter until they just begin to release their moisture. Add salt and pepper to taste, then cover and simmer 4–5 minutes. Uncover and sprinkle flour over mushrooms. Stir well, then add soy sauce and stir again. Cover and simmer for an additional 4–5 minutes.
Additional recipe idea: Thin mixture with a bit of red wine and cook a few minutes longer. Pour mixture on top of a raw chicken breast and bake at 350° for approximately 30 minutes.

Stir-Fried Mushrooms
From Paul, via the Internet
1/2 cup fresh whole Shiitake mushroom caps
1/2 cup fresh Oyster mushrooms, sliced into decent chunks
1/2 cup broccoli florets
small handful fresh snow peas
some pecan halves (the fresher the better)   enough extra virgin olive oil to cover the bottom of the pan
a splash or so of soy sauce
1/2 tsp or so of crushed garlic
pinch of sesame seeds
dash of sesame seed oil
Combine the olive oil, soy sauce and garlic in a small stir-fry pan. Stir occasionally on medium heat for a minute or two to get the flavors integrating. Add snow peas and broccoli, increase heat to medium-high and stir occasionally for 3–4 minutes. Add the Shiitake mushrooms gill-side down on the bottom of the pan and stir-fry for one minute. Add the Oyster mushrooms, sesame seeds, pecans and sesame oil. Stir-fry for another 2 minutes or so, flipping the Shiitake mushrooms occasionally. Serves 1–2 people for a nice 'snack'. :)

Mushroom-Barley-Onion Soup
with Pork Loin Pieces
from KingHenryB2k3, via the Internet
Tools you will need
20 quart stock pot
12 wide-mouth pint-sized Kerr glass jars with the gold covers
Generous package of dried thin-sliced Shiitake mushrooms
Box of Quaker barley
3 large Mayan sweet onions
Pork loin
Slice the pork loin into 3/4 inch cutlets and broil. Slice the broiled cutlets into generous bite-size pieces (the bigger the better) and remove any fat. Refrigerate for the time being.
Fill the 20 quart stock pot 1/3 with water and bring to a boil. Cold-rinse the mushrooms and throw them into the pot. Chop the three large sweet yellow onions and throw them into the pot. Boil for half an hour. Add the box of barley. Simmer for 4 hours. Add some boiling water if the stock seems too thick, but do not dilute the stock.
Add 2 tablespoons of olive oil, 1/4 of a stick of butter, one tablespoon of salt and one teaspoon of pepper to the stock pot No more!
When the stock is done, line the bottom of the 12 glass jars with the precooked pieces of pork. Fill the remainder of the jars with the cooked stock no more than 3/4 of the way. Finish by adding a little bit of boiling water almost to the top of the glass jar. Screw on the gold lids, wipe the jars to clean up any outside mess, and refrigerate.
The next day, when you are ready to eat, remove the gold lid, cover the glass jar with a coffee filter, microwave for 3-4 minutes, and enjoy. Please remember--the glass will be hot when the microwave is finished.
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« Reply #35 on: September 29, 2006, 08:04:30 PM »

Nu era mai corect sa fi postat asta la sectiunea in engleza ?
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« Reply #36 on: October 02, 2006, 08:45:59 AM »

cand vom avea timp, traducem direct ... mai ales ca se pare ca nu-s rele .... am descoperit cu prilejul asta ca exista ulei de susan (oil sesam)
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« Reply #37 on: October 02, 2006, 07:17:22 PM »

Quote from: "tomi01_2000"
cand vom avea timp, traducem direct ... mai ales ca se pare ca nu-s rele .... am descoperit cu prilejul asta ca exista ulei de susan (oil sesam)


Corect este "sesame oil". Se gaseste si la noi in raioanele de condimente din supermarket-urile mai mari. Alaturi de alte "seasonings'-uri chinezesti si nu numai : sos de soia (soy sauce) , wasabi japonez ( se foloseste la reteta de sushi cu Shiitake, daca nu gasiti in magazine puteti utiliza cu destul succes o pasta de hrean de-al nostru ca-i destul de iute si asta), etc...Sunt insa si anumite condimente pe care le gasiti mai greu, cum ar fi canola oil, un ulei special conceput pentru prajire si care nu scoate fum; ramine sa faceti cercetari pe internet despre ingredientele care nu sunt la indemina si functie de imaginatia fiecaruia sa incercati sa le inlocuiti cu altceva asemanator...Imi cer scuze ca am postat retetele in engleza insa asa le aveam eu salvate; o sa incerc in limita timpului disponibil sa le traduc, una cite una, si sa le inlocuiesc pe cele in engleza. O sa incerc eventual, sa va fac si sugestii la fiecare din ele cam cu ce ati putea inlocui anumite ingrediente ce se gasesc mai greu la noi. Succes la gatit tuturor  si pofta buna !
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« Reply #38 on: October 03, 2006, 07:30:14 PM »

Hai sa mai vin si eu cu o reteta de pleurotus care merita 100% incercata.

Ciuperci cu maioneza

INGREDIENTE:
500 gr. ciuperci, 2 linguri ulei,1 ceapa,150 gr. maioneza,1-2 catei usturoi, cimbru, piper macinat, busuioc, sare.

Se taie ceapa foarte marunt ,se caleste in ulei, se adauga ciupercile  taiate  si condimentele. Se lasa pe foc pana scade tot lichidul ciupercilor amestecand sa nu se prinda de vas. Se lasa la racit dupa care se amesteca cu maioneza si usturoi.
 Nota: maioneza recomandata pentru aceasta reteta este cea de la Hamker “Joghurt salat-crčme” pe care o gasesc de obicei in Metro.

Si daca tot e vremea de facut zacusca va mai dau una......

Zacusca cu ciuperci
INGREDIENTE
1 kg de ciuperci ,25 gogosari ,1 kg ceapa ,1,5 l suc de rosii(sau un borcan de bullion regal la care adaugati apa) ,1/2 l ulei, sare, piper

Se da ceapa prin masina de tocat si se caleste in ulei . Se adauga ciupercile taiate sau date prin masina , se lasa pana le scade lichidul ciupercilor amestecandu-se continuu sa nu se prinda de vas. Se adauga gogosarii, ( spalati, curatati de seminte si dati cruzi prin masina de tocat ) sucul de rosii , piper macinat, sare  foi de dafin . Se lasa la fiert amestecand continuu sa  nu se prinda de vas. Se tine pe foc pana scade bine. Zacusca se pune fierbinte in borcane fierbinti . Se leaga sau se capseaza si se lasa invelite intr-o patura pana a doua zi.
Eventual puteti steriliza borcanele in cuptor.....le tineti cca jumatate de ora, pentru a fi siguri ca nu va fermenta zacusca.
Spor la treaba si pofta mare:)
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« Reply #39 on: January 08, 2007, 10:28:54 PM »

Desi sunt nou in a produce ciuperci in gastronomie sunt aproape un bucatar super si pe unde am umblat sa vad ciupercarii am mai dat si de romani ospitalieri ( cum erau odata  Smiley ) se capseaza borcanul si se fierbe in baimare cel putin 1,5 ore. Se consuma cam dupa 2-3 saptamini ca sa se marineze bine.
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« Reply #40 on: April 05, 2013, 10:01:44 PM »

M-ati omorat cu topicul asta. Mi-am luat cateva notite  Kiss

Chiar daca e cam vechi topicul va dau si reteta mea de CIUPERCI MARINATE

Ciuperci proaspete 1 kg taiate jumatati sau sferturi in functie de marime. Cele mai mici pot ramane intregi.
Otet de mere 130 ml 
Ulei de floarea soarelui 130 ml
Usturoi 5 catei taiati felii
Piper negru 20 boabe
Sare 2 lingurite
Zahar 3 lingurite
Frunza de dafin 4 buc

Puneti toate ingredientele intr-o oala suficient de mare si puneti-o la foc mediu pana incepe sa fiarba.
Apoi reduceti focul si lasati sa fiarba 10 minute la foc mic.
Dupa ce s-au racit puteti sa le puneti in borcane si se pastreaza bine in frigider cateva saptamani. N-or sa reziste prea mult, va asigur. Smiley
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