Recipe for Disaster Game Duck Card.
Roast duck is a great ingredient for dinner, even lunch and especially on Christmas Day. Whether you want to cook the breast, legs or whole bird, this is the protein of choice! Try our Duck a la Orange...
Recipe for Disaster Game Garlic Card:
While Garlic is probably the favourite flavouring agent, surprisingly, it can also be eaten as a vegetable. It is used to flavour many foods, such as salad dressings, marinades, sauces, vegetables, meats, soups, and stews.
Recipe for Disaster Game Egg Card:
How do you like your eggs? Hard Boiled, Soft Boiled, Scrambled, Sunny Side Up, Over Easy, Poached, Baked, Basted, Fried or just included in your favourite cake?
This protein has everything going for it!
Recipe for Disaster Game Pasta Card.
Pasta seems an easy to cook choice, but is it? How to cook great pasta: First, use a large pot, add a little salt, stir as you add the pasta, test every 2 minutes, drain, mix with sauce then serve hot! So easy. Our favourite pasta dishes are: Carbonara, Spaghetti Meatballs, Lasagne, and Pizza-yes pizza.
Recipe for Disaster Game Pork Card.
Seared Pork Chops are a favourite at Recipe for Disaster. To cook them to perfection, dry them then rub your favourite seasoning liberally over the cut. When your olive oil is simmering hot, then add the chops--DON'T move them until they are crispy, do the same to the other side, then rest for 10 minutes before serving. Voila! perfect chops.
Recipe for Disaster Game Chilli Card.
10 amazing things to make with chilli peppers: Pickle them, Dry them, make Chilli Powder, Screaming Hot Sauce, Chilli Jam on toast, Salsa (green, yellow or red), Fresh Guacamole, Chilli Poppers, Chilli Olive Oil and of course Chilli Con Carne.
Recipe for Disaster Game Mozzarella Card.
Stumped on what to do with that Mozzarella ball in the fridge? Don't let it be a disaster, why not try making Meat Ball Sandwiches, or Pizza, or Deep Fried Mozzarella Sticks? Or push the boat out and make Peach Mozzarella and Honey?
Recipe for Disaster Game Dough Card.
Ok, we admit it, we love Pizza, and without simple dough, we would really be left making the base from spaghetti. Six Simple ingredients make this delectable carbohydrate rich food: Flower, Yeast, Oil, Water, Sugar & Salt. Yum!
Recipe for Disaster Game Noodles Card.
Noodles, aren't they just pasta by another name? Wow, those are fighting words. Did you know you could make noodles from Eggs, Quinoa, Shirataki, Spelt, Lentil, Rice, and even Pumpkin? How ever you make them, our favourite dishes are: Shoyu Ramen and Beef Chow Mein.
Recipe for Disaster Game Parmesan Card.
Did you know that Parmesan Cheese comes from the Parma region (famous for its ham too), was invented over 800 years ago and the older it gets the better it gets. Not just flavour, but nutrition containing vitamins A, D, iron, and potassium. Now quit reading this and cook something!
Recipe for Disaster Game Chicken Card.
What's so great about Chicken? Everything! Even the matrix thought their meat substitute tasted like chicken. It's the go to Protein, and whether it's roasted, in Coq au Vin or in Enchiladas, we love it.
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Courgettes by any other name (and there are two others: Zucchini and Small Marrow) would still be delicious. But, the top two things to do with them are make Zucchini Bread or Ratatouille!
Recipe for Disaster Game Wrap Card.
Is a Wrap just a fancy new name for a Tortilla? Who knows? Here at Recipe for Disaster, just love what you can do with them. Tear them up and dip in humous, make Spring Rolls or fill them with Cheddar and cook!
Recipe for Disaster Game Sweet Pepper Card.
Whether lavished onto fajitas, drenched in sweet and sour sauce for kung pow chicken, or used to garnish your favourite Huevos Rancheros, sweet peppers are among the most popular members of the nightshade family.
Recipe for Disaster Game Potato Card.
Potatoes are the most amazing carbohydrate. They can be grown in space, dressed up to make Roast Dinner, or dressed down to make English Breakfast, not to mention our favourite: Tater Tots! And since they have 60% more vitamin C in them than blueberries, don't leave them out!
Recipe for Disaster Game Fish Card.
Ok, so there isn't enough space to list all the amazing fish, both farmed and wild. But we know the best thing to do with them: Fry up some Fish & Chips or push the boat out and make some Tempura!
Recipe for Disaster Game Pastry Card.
One thing is true, it is super easy to get this simple ingredient wrong. Soggy Bottom Pies are nothing to Crumbling Beef Wellington. Keep your technique tight and your pastry will be too.
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So beautiful, so deadly. Stick with the best ones (like the crazy must-stick mushroom) and you will make amazing dishes. Why not try some Portobello Mushrooms in your Risotto and top it off with Truffles?
Recipe for Disaster Game Tomato Card.
Tomatoes may have originated in the Andes Mountains in South America, but where would Italy (and by extension the rest of us) be without them? One of our favourite dishes to make with Tomatoes is Malai Kofta and who could forget the Cassoulet Casserole? Roast 'em. Boil 'em,. Broil 'em you can't go wrong.
Recipe for Disaster Game Sweet Beef Card.
Ah Beef, this is one key ingredient you don't want to have a disaster with. Some say that Wagu Beef is the best in the world, while our personal favourite is a Tomahawk Txogitxu Basque Steak. But, it's not enough to just cook a steak, add beef to Chilli, create an amazing Beef Bourguignon or create a scorching Vindaloo Beef. Just have some fun!
Recipe for Disaster Game Cabbage Card.
A favourite ingredient of the old Soviet Union, don't let this super food (it contains Protein, fibre, Vitamins K, B6 & C, Folate, Manganese, Calcium, Potassium and Magnesium) go to waste. Our favourites are Gyoza and Spring Rolls.
Recipe for Disaster Game Cheddar Card.
Did you know that Cheddar Cheese has been made in the Cheddar Gorge in England for over 900 years? No matter how dark the caves there are, it brings a bright flavour to almost anything. Especially Enchiladas, give us a whole tray!
Recipe for Disaster Game Bean Card.
Beans, Beans the musical fruit,
The more you eat the more you toot.
The more you toot the better you feel,
Let's eat beans with every meal!
Oh, and they are good in Chilli Con Carne, and make a great meat replacement!
Recipe for Disaster Game Rice Card.
How to get Rice perfect? Add 2 cups of water to 1 cup of rice to a boiling saucepan, add a pinch of salt and butter, leave for 18 minutes with a tipped lid on. BUT DON'T STIR. remove from heat when water is absorbed, fluff it up and serve. Especially good under Murgh Makani or Tandori Chicken.
Recipe for Disaster Game Carrot Card.
Can carrots really make you see in the dark? According to the British Propaganda Machine in WW2, it was the reason the RAF was able to shoot down so many German planes. Now Parents just use it to get kids to eat. With so many rustic varieties, you can now have white, purple and plain orange Carrots in your Spring Rolls and your Duck a l'Orange.
Recipe for Disaster Game Citrus Card.
You have to think past the obvious, well not to far to use Citrus well. What would Fish & Chips be without a lemon squeeze? Not to mention how fun would it be to be old school with an Old fashion without Orange Peel?
Recipe for Disaster Game Yoghurt Card.
Another one of those funny British words...the Yanks call it Yogurt! Either way, it can't be beat (by Milk anyway). For us it is a core ingredient of Tandoori Chicken and Beef Vindaloo.
Recipe for Disaster Game Onion Card.
No, we are not talking about the number one spoof news source, The Onion. we are talking about the bulb fruit from the allium family. But pair it with some amazing fresh sea food and create amazing Ceviche top it off with a glass of white wine-nice!