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Discussion in 'Grilling Tips' started by pandemonium, Sep 17, 2010.
what a sexy griddle
Your ninja with them spats, "Hasan Chop" ! Great looking breakfast master!
lol i must go hone my spratchula skrills
The grill top looks cool. Now are you going to get one of the hats that you can flip the shrimp tails into????? Now go cook us something and we can see your new skills.
Great looking griddle I wish I had one of those. I especially like Rush's 2112 playing on the radio in the background. So will you share your recipe?
That looks GREAT Pande!
I'll take two big platefuls please!
You're really good with the Spat's!
Does it help being from Florida, playing on the beach with two little shovels when you were a kid?
Thanks for a great video,
Haha thanks Bear, it looks like slow motion compared to the Japanese pros
Sure i can type it up, right now its on a hand written piece of paper, this was a much bigger batch than normal so the recipie would have to be adjusted. I dont
measure out the oyster and soy sauce anymore or any ingrediants for that matter because its pretty hard to mess it up, really easy to make, I will edit the video and add the details on there i think.
there i added the ingrediants to the video, I have a great egg drop soup recpie too if you want ill post it
that looks like fun, really shouldnt have watched it, I'm going to want one of those griddles now!
I cooked fried rice on mine yesterday, along with steak and shrimp for supper, and burgers on it for lunch. I love it. The 4th burner on mine is being a little stubborn to stare for some reason now though. I will dig into it a little deeper and see what's wrong.
looks good Mike
Awesome griddle. I would love to see that recipe.
BTW, the videos are great. I love making fried rice, but there just isn't enough real estate in a frying pan.
i hear you i have a wok but still not much room
Egg Drop Soup
4 cups chicken broth, the base type is best not the ready made broth it's weak flavored.
1/4 tsp white pepper
1/4 tsp ground ginger
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1 tbsp sherry
2 green onions cut up
sesame oil to taste alot of recipes dont call for this but its what gives it that taste you need
Mix together and bring to a boil then stir in thickener then remove from heat
2 tbsp corn starch bended with water
1 egg scrambled and add 1 tbsp water "i use two eggs" but i usually make 6 cups not four
"stirring in the egg is the hardest part, too fast is bad just use a butter knife or wooden spoon handle and stir SLOW
When soup starts to boil add thickener stir well
slowly add egg while stirring and its done
sorry the arrangement of that is terrible lol i just tried to edit some things and well its not purdy
No worries. Thanks a lot. It's gettin close to soup weather and I'm always looking for a new soup to try.
its easy to make specially if you have all the weird ingredients
awesome video! i had to stop half way through and make something to eat!
congrats on the new griddle, she's a beauty!
Why Certainly!!! nuk nuk nuk!!!