I like to make sandwiches when I have the materials.
Good bread, toasted on the inner side, soft on the outer. Honey mustard on one side, guac on the other. Lettuce, Caramelized Onions, Thin-Sliced Tomatoes for vegis. Honey ham and turkey for the meats.
m&ms, but only the mini ones that come in a tube
when i started wondering, what do hltv users eat?
2 Big Mac, one simple, one menu *Coke, 1 oreo McFlurry with chocolate topping (not caramel). BTW my weight is 60kg
Lamb mince and veg in a gravy, top with mash potato then cheese and bake.
Cevapi / Mici ( Serbian / Romanian version )
U can google them. Tbh i like more the romanian version at the first ones
Cheese bread aka pão de queijo
two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda
Whale beef with garlic butter and mushroom
Spam fried rice with nori sprinkled on top. Just ate it last night and it’s as delicious like always :D
Chicken pot pie one of the best foods in the world
There's a lot I like but I'd kill to have some cinnamon pumpkin pie right about now.
Fried eggs & potatoes sprinkled with cheese and spring onion
spare ribs, rice with curry sauce and chillies
Yours is a solid 9/10
Pasta with self-made pesto
In all variants. Pasta needs to "match" the sort of the pesto according to my weird system lol
Beef stew with potato and carrot. 100/10
hash browns well done with bacon and sausage patties and a chocolate chip waffle at Waffle House. no matter how many roaches I see at Waffle Houses around America I will keep coming back
Eggs of course. I prepare them many ways tho.
But in general there's one food I really like and it's kinda improvised. Reminds mostly of Spanish Paella which is basically some random meat, onions fried, add some veggies like carrots and celery, paprika, chop potatoes in small cubes and put that in, add rice and then water.
Spices depend, can be thyme and things like that, can be those Indian' mixes. A tad of a hot pepper as well in there, but just a tad. If I add tomatoes then some sugar is needed to counter it's sourness.
Trick for potatoes is to put them in an icy cold water, saw that from a French chef named Reymond Blanc, long story short it releases some stuff and makes the dish connect better.
But yeah, fry it till it dries out, usually takes a bit more since potatoes take a bit and may need to add some water but this is hella nutritious. For meat I usually use a bit of bacon and some chicken breast. If something is a bit smoked then that's a plus.
I like diverse food and while this is an open recipe and you can basically add anything you like in there and it will likely work - it's a joy to eat. For a water I usually use chicken stock or whatever I've got.
Last time I've made it I've had some pineapple juice and that was in as well, ofc added it during the frying process so it got reduced. Tasted awesome.
Zucchini goes in so well, any local veggies would do for a mix as long as onions, potatoes and rice are in to make that solid foundation.
This can also be baked, just fry the onions and shove everything in an oven. In that case, boiled eggs in there are amazing.
It's tasty as fuck, easy on the stomach, cheap and has a lot of nutrients. Started making this in my student days, didn't stop since.
spaghetti with brown butter and sage and parm.
Chicken flavoured noodles with sour cream, easy to make and very tasty
Burger which is simply goated food
baked broccoli with pasta, mozarella, smoked pork neck and a cream
Nachos, with chicken on top along with red onions and cheese. I prefer mozarella slices and some grated cheddar. This obviously goes with guacamole as a dip.
I don't have a specific type of nachos I prefer, but I've tried a few.
Other than that I love a good lasagna, can't make it myself as I am a bad cook. But love my moms
Chicken schnitzel in a challah with matbucha (Jewish-moroccan slow cooked tomatoes and garlic sauce), red cabbage in mayonnaise, and roasted eggplants.
A lot of Israelis eat this sandwich at Friday noon, my mom prepares it as I type this comment :^)
what does it mean? Is like good food you are confortable eating and preparing?
If so, i would say, i'm pretty good (and fast) at making perfect coocked pasta with red pesto or carbonara. Pretty stereotypical but it is what it is
Beef steak with fried potatoes, salad (iceberg, cucumber, a little bit of lemon juice) and garlic sauce.
Savoury foods :
Brisket, pulled pork, ribs, mac&cheese (homemade) and fresh coleslaw (all the meats with salty&spicy rub, no sweet stuff).
Habanero wings and extra crispy thin fries with habanero ketchup and homemade aioli.
Creamy mustard chicken with green peppers (spice) and grated carrot potato mash.
Mint milkshake and chocolate/cheesecakes from desserts.
pasta + pesto + roasted cherry tomatoes + parmesan
homemade fried chicken with sesame seeds and french fries.
Fried rice + Baked chicken breast
Lasagne or pasta
Muesli with banana
rice with eggs is op, so 8/8
urs is 8/8.
mine is babi kecap or mac n cheese
good seasoned chicken, salad, and garlic bread
toast with butter, honey and cheese