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 Message 26 of 231
05 November 2009 at 5:03pm | IP Logged 
Fasulye wrote:
Thursday, 05 November 2009 = Perşembe, 05 kasım 2009

GERMAN RECIPE: "Gegrillter Tomatensalat" (from my book "Salate")

It is my tradition to use shopping lists in different languages. So when I use a recipe in Italian, I write my shopping list in the Italian language. My newest language strategy is to translate every shopping list into Turkish, as I will buy most of the vegetables in my Turkish supermarket anyway.

In this case my recipe is in German and I will demonstrate, how I write my shopping list:

500 g Tomaten = beş yüz gram domates (ENG: tomatoes)
2 rote Paprika = iki kirmizi biber (ENG: red bell pepper)
1 rote Zwiebel = bir kirmizi soğan (ENG: red onion)
1 Zehe Knoblauch = bir diş sarmisak (ENG: garlic clove)
1 Baguette = ? = bir fransiz ekmeği (ENG: French bread)


Apfelessig = elma sirkesi (ENG: apple vinegar)

Bir sise Türk elma sirkesi aldim. Bu salata çok lezzetliydi!

ENG: I bought a bottle of Turkish apple vinegar. This salat was delicious!

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Edited by Fasulye on 05 November 2009 at 5:09pm

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 Message 27 of 231
13 November 2009 at 10:23am | IP Logged 
Freitag, 13 November 2009

KOCHFRUST MIT PFANNKUCHEN

Ich bin so frustriert, erst wollte ich gar nichts berichten. Diese Woche hatte ich ein ganz einfaches(!) Rezept auf Deutsch ausgewählt:

100 g Mehl
2 Eier
1 Prise Salz
etwas Mineralwasser
1/4 Liter Milch
Banane, in Scheiben geschnitten
Zucker (Ich nehme Süßstoff)
Fett zum Braten (Ich nehme Olivenöl)

Den Teig zu rühren, das ist wirklich einfach! Man soll den dann noch 1/2 Stunde in einer zugedeckten Schüssel im Kühlschrank stehen lassen.

Was ist jetzt mit meinem Pfannkuchen passiert? Er ist sowohl angebacken (an der Unterseite wurde er schon braun und schwarz) als auch zerbröselt. Er war eigentlich noch nicht fest genug, um ihn umzudrehen.

Ich weiß jetzt nicht, was ich falsch gemacht habe. Ich habe eine Edelstahlpfanne benutzt, die keine Beschichtung hat. Kann sein, dass es daran liegt. Oder darf ich kein Olivenöl benutzen?

Was diesen Pfannkuchen betrifft, bin ich jetzt ziemlich ratlos...

Fasulye





Edited by Fasulye on 13 November 2009 at 10:43am

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 Message 28 of 231
13 November 2009 at 10:28am | IP Logged 
Iversen wrote:
... you can also study some of the original Roman ingredients which may now be difficult to obtain, -for instance the

-- Liquamen: a salty fish sauce. Most of the time you can replace it by salt.


You can find it in Italy, it is called garum and is made with the liquid that oozes out of barrels of salted anchovies. I've met a producer of this and even eaten in a reastaurant called "Garum" in Napoli! If you can't find it you could use an Asian fish sauce in minute quantities as a substitute. Perhaps it will help you figure out why so little of Roman cooking has survived today!
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 Message 29 of 231
13 November 2009 at 3:49pm | IP Logged 
Good luck with your new log Fasulye
Baguette=Baget or Baget Ekmek in Turkish
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 Message 30 of 231
13 November 2009 at 10:43pm | IP Logged 
Ek het jou nuwe "log" gelees. Ek moet sê, dit is uitstekend! Ek probeer altyd om lekker resepte en kook tegnieke te vind. My skoonsuster is 'n vegetariër en nou kan ek met haar soms nuwe idees deel.   

Edited by mick33 on 13 November 2009 at 10:50pm

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 Message 31 of 231
14 November 2009 at 9:49am | IP Logged 
mick33 wrote:
Ek het jou nuwe "log" gelees. Ek moet sê, dit is uitstekend! Ek probeer altyd om lekker resepte en kook tegnieke te vind. My skoonsuster is 'n vegetariër en nou kan ek met haar soms nuwe idees deel.   


Het is een beetje vallen en opstaan bij mij met het koken. Talen leren gaat makkelijker voor mij, maar het koken en het leren van talen heeft met elkaar te maken.Dus daarom wilde ik ervan een log maken. Ook om mij te motiveren om wat vaker te koken...

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Edited by Fasulye on 14 November 2009 at 9:49am

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 Message 32 of 231
17 November 2009 at 6:41pm | IP Logged 
Bonjour à tous!

Aujourd'hui j'ai eu mon journée de cuisine à la française. Ici en Allemagne c'est en pleine saison des courges, on peut les achter frais partout. Dans les dernières années les courges sont devenues très populaires en Allemagne et même on fête "Halloween" ici.

Pour cela j'ai décidé de cuisinier une soupe de courges!

Pour le français j'ai un livre de la cuisine végétarienne avec 500(!!) pages, donc ce sont assez de recettes pour experimenter et apprendre.

Voilà: Crème de Courge

Ingrédients:

250 g de courge
400 g de pommes de terre
3/4 l d'eau
1 gros oignon
100 g de crème fraîche
2 cuillères de persil (J'ai acheté du persil frais!)
sel
(J'ai ajouté une pincée de poivre)

Avec des recettes comme ceci j'ai assez d'experience, donc cette soupe était facile pour cuisiner et très delicieuse et - aussi important - bon marché. J'aime bien manger des courges et chaque année je voudrais cuisiner quelque chose avec elles.

Bon, ça va bien comme ça.

Fasulye





Edited by Fasulye on 17 November 2009 at 6:58pm



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