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tomos:
You can get them dirt cheap here (amazon.de), but the equivalent seems to be difficult to find on amazon.com
-tomos (September 01, 2015, 11:38 AM)
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Not at all.  There are many on amazon... just look up "carbon steel frying pans".  The one I have is from a local store, but I can also recommend these products that work well on them:

http://www.amazon.com/Ringer-Cleaner-Stainless-Steel-Chainmail/dp/B00FKBR1ZG/
-wraith808 (September 01, 2015, 11:48 AM)
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EDIT2// sorry wraith - I was confused by your links to cast-iron related products - yes, a search for "carbon steel frying pans" will get the same pans. //EDIT2

the ones I'm using are called crepe or omelette pans here - they are not cast iron - they have a relatively thin base and heat quickly (easy to overheat though).

wraith808:
You can get them dirt cheap here (amazon.de), but the equivalent seems to be difficult to find on amazon.com
-tomos (September 01, 2015, 11:38 AM)
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Not at all.  There are many on amazon... just look up "carbon steel frying pans".  The one I have is from a local store, but I can also recommend these products that work well on them:

http://www.amazon.com/Ringer-Cleaner-Stainless-Steel-Chainmail/dp/B00FKBR1ZG/
-wraith808 (September 01, 2015, 11:48 AM)
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EDIT2// sorry wraith - I was confused by your links to cast-iron related products - yes, a search for "carbon steel frying pans" will get the same pans. //EDIT2

the ones I'm using are called crepe or omelette pans here - they are not cast iron - they have a relatively thin base and heat quickly (easy to overheat though).
-tomos (September 01, 2015, 12:01 PM)
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Not sure what the edit was :)  But I was including those as they are really good on the carbon steel, so I was recommending them as you use them. :)

mouser:
One of my new favorite dishes is Bibimpap.

It's a korean dish with rice and vegetables, prepared in a bowl with a fried egg on top.
So delicious.



https://thewanderlustkitchen.com/vegetarian-korean-bibimbap-bowls/

We make it with lots of bean sprouts, tofu, pickled vegetables, rice, and kimchi, so elements of sweet and sour.

wraith808:
Just got one off Friendica that I tried.  Very good!



Instant Pot Lemon Chicken

This simple recipe is quick and delicious. The chicken comes out juicy and tender every time.
photo from a batch that just came out of our oven.

Ingredients

➤ 2 pounds of organic drumsticks (or wings)
➤ lemons (for juicing)
➤ avocado oil spray
➤ garlic powder
➤ salt
➤ pepper
➤ dried parsley

Instructions

➤ spray Instant Pot with avocado oil
➤ put raw chicken into Instant Pot
➤ sprinkle chicken liberally with salt, pepper, garlic powder, and dried parsley
➤ pour in one cup of lemon juice
➤ pressure cook on high manual 5 minutes
➤ preheat oven to 500 degrees
➤ manually depressurize Instant Pot
➤ remove chicken and place in single layer on oil sprayed cookie sheet
➤ bake for 5 minutes at 500 degrees or until golden brown
➤ while chicken is baking turn Instant Pot to saute and reduce left over sauce for a glaze
➤ pull chicken from oven, top with glaze, and serve

NOTE: I changed this up to use boneless chicken breasts that I cut in half, and reduced the lemon to 3/4 cup.

app103:
This is possibly the only recipe for fruit cocktail crumb pie that you'll find on the internet. I posted it to my recipe blog, yesterday.



http://scarytaskbar.com/recipes/2019/05/08/fruit-cocktail-crumb-pie/

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