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What is your favorite style of foods to cook?

  1. Ande Moore profile image60
    Ande Mooreposted 7 years ago

    What is your favorite style of foods to cook?

  2. CarolineChicago profile image82
    CarolineChicagoposted 7 years ago

    Easy-to-make roast chicken and chicken soup recipes. read more

  3. profile image0
    Derdriuposted 7 years ago

    Steamed vegetables are flavorful and melt in the mouth.

  4. home witch profile image81
    home witchposted 7 years ago

    I adore making Indian, Sri Lankan, good old English and Spanish food. I'm slowly learning to do more Japanese as well these days. My husband's specialities are Chinese and Thai.

  5. doodlebugs profile image82
    doodlebugsposted 7 years ago

    I'm partial to barbecue. Some of my more recent Hubs are about how to cook different  kinds of food on the BBQ grill.

    1. eurozulu profile image62
      eurozuluposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      We have just found a great coating for deep fried chicken made by TEX's  original fried chicken coating , just as good and better than KFC

  6. crazyhorsesghost profile image75
    crazyhorsesghostposted 6 years ago

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    I like to prepare good old fashioned soul food that was born in the southern United States and it is truly some of the best food in the world. One of my favorite things to cook is my Southern Fried Chicken and it was my late Grandmother Hattie Propst who taught me all those many years ago how to prepare and cook delicious fried chicken southern style.

    You need a deep non stick pan with a tight fitting lid to prepare the best tasting southern fried chicken. The chicken needs to be cut up into pieces and you need to first put your chicken into a mixture of buttermilk and eggs mixed together and then into the below breading mixture.

    1. Three Cups All Purpose Plain Flour.
    2. One Tablespoon Self Rising Corn Meal.
    3. One Teaspoon Ground Sea Salt.
    4. One Teaspoon Ground Black Pepper.
    5. One Level Teaspoon Ground Cayenne Pepper.
    6. One Heaping Teaspoon Ground Sage.

    Mix all your dry ingredients together well. Now put pieces of the chicken into the butter milk egg mixture and then back in the butter milk egg mixture and then back into the dry breading mixture. Take the pieces out and place them on a baking sheet or tray and place them in the refrigerator for at least two hours. When the chicken is ready to fry use a home deep fryer if you have one with one of the baskets that can be removed and cook the chicken pieces for 15 - 18 minutes until golden brown on all sides and you should check the thickest pieces for a internal temperature of 160 degrees. Be sure your chicken is done before you serve it. If you want to you can fry the chicken in a non stick skillet in a couple of inches of oil with a tight fitting lid. In the pan with the lid the chicken cooks by being in the oil and by steaming.

    Its very important not to turn your chicken to often. Wait until it is brown on one side before you turn it over.

    And I guarantee you that if you give this fried chicken a try you will love it.

  7. tonymead60 profile image92
    tonymead60posted 6 years ago

    India style curries and BREAD, how I love to bake bread, at least three times a week.

  8. risalat profile image69
    risalatposted 6 years ago

    I like Italian foods. Also, I am a great fond of Arab foods.

  9. Shals-Mar 26 profile image59
    Shals-Mar 26posted 6 years ago

    i love to make different types of Indian stuffed parathas.

 
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