- Jan 14, 2019
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- Birmingham AL (Zone 8a)
This is what happens when I get bored with the same old same old. Its amazing how much fried this and that is also sold as vegetarian. I actually fried some chickpeas dusted in flour with a schwarma spice. The recipe said cover the pan with a lid as the chickpeas occasionally pop. I found out that may have been the understatement of the year. Violent cooking exists. It was not as much drama as having a turkey fryer boil over and catch fire, but was still more thrill than I wanted to deal with at the end of the day.if you've been cooking them you should know what goes in there...
ANY food that needs to highly seasoned is questionable to me. I love mescalin lettuce, spinach, lima beans, fried okra (bc okra tastes great fried JUST in olive oil), broccoli, Brussels Sprouts (TOTALLY YUMM!!!!!) These are just a few vegetables That I eat without seasoning.I think I could figure out Kale if it was dry shredded, dropped into a hot frying pan with a healthy surface of hot vegetable oil and spiced up with some kosher salt and black pepper.
roasted peppers of any kind are super delicious. it really sweetens up red and green peppers but i like how it also works for the others too, just a bit of black on them. i think i have charcoal in my blood. my Dad is the same way, he likes things burnt. the two most common flavors in grilling in my family when i was young was char and beer. Dad would cook things on the grill standing over it with the beer and put out the fires with the beer. so pretty much everything tasted of beer. he also eats burnt toast. i'm not that extreme on purpose but i do like it rather dark.Never heard peppers and onions. Gotta go there this season.