South America’s cuisine classics?

South America’s cuisine classics? Hello r/Cooking community I would love to hear the most flavorful and likeable recipes from South America, because I'm wondering if I could add something to Mexican menu I'm working on Thanks for any suggestions and tips! Submitted April 26, 2018 at 11:12PM by Najzyst

Going camping, need some good meal ideas!

Going camping, need some good meal ideas! I’m going to be camping for 5 days next week. I would really like to eat as healthy as possible with minimal fuss. Any, ideas, tips, or recipes you can share would be awesome! TYIA 🙌🏼🙌🏼 Submitted April 26, 2018 at 11:57PM by ture22

Egg Fried Rice Too Dry

Egg Fried Rice Too Dry I recently made egg fried rice on its own as a side dish (instead of a full stir fry) and it came out really dry. I used a wok on high heat, coated the pan on oil and fried aromatics (onion, garlic, ginger, chilli). Added leftover long grain rice and…

I just discovered Indian food and think it’s amazing. What are some fundamental dishes I should know how to make, which can be made with the equipment in an average American kitchen.

I just discovered Indian food and think it’s amazing. What are some fundamental dishes I should know how to make, which can be made with the equipment in an average American kitchen. I'd had Indian food several times before last and never disliked it, but I didn't really "get" it because most of the "Indian"…

I can’t stand vegetables: any options?

I can’t stand vegetables: any options? I just really can't stand most vegetables: they taste very bitter to me (which was confirmed by my genetic test). Is there anything I can eat instead to balance my nutrition? I was thinking of drinking Soylent from time to time, but I'm not sure if that's a good…

Why do my smoothies taste so damn bad

Why do my smoothies taste so damn bad I start work super early most days and so I've been making breakfast smoothies. The thing is, they're all turning out really bad despite using pretty standard smoothie ingredients. Today's, for example: blueberries, strawberries, plain greek yogurt, soymilk, almonds. Nothing too unusual, right? Well this morning when…

Gray eggs?

Gray eggs? I was watching a video by Gordon Ramsay recently on how to cook scrambled eggs, and he said that if you salt the eggs too early in the cooking process they turn gray. Has anyone ever seen this? I have never seen eggs turn gray, nor have I ever seen a picture of…

Filtered pitcher good alternative for bottled water?

Filtered pitcher good alternative for bottled water? I moved recently and don't trust tap water where I'm at. Couple days ago I saw a Brita filtered pitcher in CVS and thought of buying it. Is that the best(cheaper+safer) alternative for buying bottled water en mass? Submitted April 26, 2018 at 07:22PM by dunjineer

French Toast With Blueberry Compote and Greek Yogurt. It sounds hard to make bit it is so simple, just don’t tell them it was easy. Give it a try and let me know what you think.

French Toast With Blueberry Compote and Greek Yogurt. It sounds hard to make bit it is so simple, just don’t tell them it was easy. Give it a try and let me know what you think. www.retrobite.com/quick-and-easy-french-toast-recipe-for-1/ Submitted April 26, 2018 at 08:20PM by retrobite