[CnD] boiling noodles

rebecca manners rebeccamanners at hotmail.com
Mon Oct 6 09:56:06 EDT 2014


I don't know about the glass object since I don't have one. For noodles, you 
do not turn the water off when it boils. Instead you boil the noodles until 
done.

Hope that helps,

Becky

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From: betty hatton via Cookinginthedark
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Subject: [CnD] boiling noodles

I hope I did it right editing the subject line! I have a question if anyone 
knows! Dose anyone have the little
round glass you put in water that tells you when the water is boiling by 
knocking on the sides? I have
learned too boil a egg! I hope to boil noodles next, such as macaroni or 
spaghetti noodles! Dose the
noodles work same as the egg, once it boils you just turn off the eye and 
let it set in the hot water
and it will be done? It might not! I am guessing I can use my oven mit on my 
hand and want  risk getting burned
stirring it if I have to stir the noodles and I use to use salt or oil to 
keep noodles from sticking
together but since salt cant be apart of my diet wonder if I could still use 
low-fat spray I have. I tried the reciepe for
chicken and dumplins in the slow cooker  and it came out pretty good! If 
anyone cooks macaroni are spaghetti noodles
using the round glass in water, do you care to share how?
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    1.  zucchini spaghetti (RJ)
    2. Re:  zucchini spaghetti
(Laury-Johnson, Shawnese (LARA))
    3. Re:  Incuction cooking Chicken
finger or tenders
       (elf.funk at gmail.com)
    4. Re:  Cabbage/hamburger. Magnetic
hot plate (elf.funk at gmail.com)
    5.  Beer chili (sayegh.mary at gmail.com)
    6. Re:  Beer chili (Colleen)


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Message: 1
Date: Fri, 03 Oct 2014 14:29:57 -0400
From: "RJ" <rjf110 at verizon.net>
To: "citd" <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org>
Subject: [CnD] zucchini spaghetti
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Today on my Duztop induction hot plate I will be
making  zucchini spaghetti.
First I will take my julienne peeler and peel the zucchini
into spaghetti
like strips. Than I will add a little olive oil into my
skillet, chop up
some garlic and heat it thru on my induction hot plate. Put
in the spaghetti
and cook it for a few minutes, adding a little salt and hot
crushed and
black pepper and have a quick and easy meal.
RJ


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Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2014 18:32:16 +0000
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Where can I purchase a julienne peeler?

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Subject: [CnD] zucchini spaghetti

Today on my Duztop induction hot plate I will be
making  zucchini spaghetti.
First I will take my julienne peeler and peel the zucchini
into spaghetti like strips. Than I will add a little olive
oil into my skillet, chop up some garlic and heat it thru on
my induction hot plate. Put in the spaghetti and cook it for
a few minutes, adding a little salt and hot crushed and
black pepper and have a quick and easy meal.
RJ


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Message: 3
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2014 18:20:42 -0500
From: elf.funk at gmail.com
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     RJ <rjf110 at verizon.net>
Subject: Re: [CnD] Incuction cooking Chicken finger or
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Does the cooktop have the degrees on it? If so,what
temperature was used.
I bought one of the new waves,but have not figured it out
yet.can you get a griddle from amazon?
Thanks


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On Oct 2, 2014, at 4:41 PM, RJ via Cookinginthedark 
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> Pound one chicken breast to about 1/2 inch thick
> Cut into strips
> Dredge in some  flour
> I added a little cayenne pepper, black pepper and a
little salt into the flour.
> Shake off the excess flour
> Beat a little yogurt  or milk into a egg.
> Drag the floured tenders through the egg.
> Now coat with Italian bread crumbs.
> Add a little oil to a skillet. Place induction plate on
high medium heat and fry until done.
> Cut up a sweet potato into French fries. and do the
same as you did with the chicken.
> RJ
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Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2014 18:41:50 -0500
From: elf.funk at gmail.com
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Subject: Re: [CnD] Cabbage/hamburger. Magnetic hot plate
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Sounds good. I like fried cabbage with rope
sausage,summer,or kea balsa.
I also put onions and kick it up a notch with cajun
seasoning.
it must be my south mouth..ha ha
s

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On Oct 1, 2014, at 7:13 PM, RJ via Cookinginthedark 
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> I like my Magnetic hot plate so well, I decided to
purchase a Infrared convection oven from Amazon. The reviews
claim these oven last about a year, and cook much faster,
but cook food every bit as good as a traditional oven. We
shall see. for I bought a Rosewill infrared oven for $36.99
which included S&H. For every thing I read on these
ovens, no matter if you pay $149 to $36.99, they last about
the same.
> RJ
> Now for the latest thing I cooked on the Magnetic hot
plate.
> Slice up a medium onion into onion rings.
> A large sweet pepper , slice into 1/4 inch strips.
> couple cloves of garlic, minced
> 1 pound of hamburger.
> As much cabbage as you like. I use/4 of a large head.
>
> Directions.
> Fry the onions/peppers until almost done.
> Add the mince garlic.
> Than fry the hamburger until done.Slice up the cabbage
into thin strips and add to skillet. Cook on low until
cabbage suits your taste. About twenty minutes for me.
>
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Message: 5
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2014 21:54:55 -0600
From: sayegh.mary at gmail.com
To: cookinginthedark at acbradio.org
Subject: [CnD] Beer chili
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How many of you guys put beer in your chili, how much, and
what kinds? I've had to eat before with beer in it and it
taste delicious and I know how to make my own homemade chili
but I've never put beer in it and I wonder if I put it in
there if it would taste even better. Please send suggestions
thanks

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Message: 6
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2014 22:18:45 -0600
From: "Colleen" <herself at bresnan.net>
To: <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org>,
<sayegh.mary at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [CnD] Beer chili
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I've never put beer in my chili, but I have put some red
wine.




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