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cook for sick chick

Discussion in 'Geek Food' started by Luke212, May 20, 2014.

  1. Luke212

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    I promised to cook for a chick tomorrow night. I cant cook for shit. And to make it worse, she cant eat anything with sugar in it or any gluten. I think its just like meat and veges/salads. I noticed she can eat mashed potato but without milk. Not sure how she made that.

    Anyway so if there anything you know that is not too difficult to cook with these sort of requirements, please let me know. i thought i might cook it tonight for a trial run. So im open to any suggestions thanks!
     
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    With margarine.
     
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    Make her a simple gluten free chicken soup..
    Chicken soup is always great when you feel sick..

    Plenty of recipe's online and shops these days have a special
    section for all the gluten free food..

    If she is sick.. and after a great meal she may not be up
    for what your expecting, but im sure she will be up for
    snuggling on the couch watching tv..
     
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    cook her mash sweet potato with heaps of butter and salt to taste....
    good bit of steak, salad
    berrys and cream for desert
     
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    Not sure if chick is sick as in awesome, sick as in unwell or sick because she doesn't eat sugar or gluten..

    Anyways, cook from here: http://nomnompaleo.com/recipeindex
     
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    agree with chicken soup if see is feeling sick, but still up to eating
     
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    One of my faves to cook for people is Salmon with mango chilli salsa, its more of a summer meal though (add avo to the salsa for extra winning). Takes about 15 mins and any retard can cook it, even me!
     
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    Try the thread in here on spaghetti bolognaise. Get some gluten free pasta, or rice pasta. The rest will sort it self out.

    You can make mash with other milks, soy or almond. Personally, soy tastes like ass. Almond is also sweet. Spuds are gluten free to a very low level, also low in amines along with rice.
     
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    That's a great link.

    Yeah not sure if this chick is sick or *cough* sick.

    Can't go wrong with a Salmon fillet baked in a bag with some herbage/lemon. And some freshly grilled veges or a salad.

    Easy as pie. That's only if she's cool sick not sick sick.
     
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    she is too sick i gotta re schedule now lol

    how do i know when salmon is cooked?
     
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    The flesh will be firm, a little more of a pinkish colour and it should flake away.

    I'm not sure if this would work but I don't see why not. At woolies you can buy salmon fillets and they put them in alfoil pouches with some sauce for flavour. I'm sure all of the sauces are full of sugars and preservatives, but if you got them to seal it in a bag without the sauce - it has the cooking times as per the weight of the salmon on the back.

    You put a small hole in the top of the bag and throw it in an oven. Perhaps instead of sauce you could pour a small amount of lemon/lime juice into the bag before putting it into the oven. It would have to be through a smallish hole though as you want it to steam.

    Normally 12-15 minutes in an oven is what I do for reasonable pieces.
     
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    DIY like this
    http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/fish-recipes/fish-in-a-bag
     
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    with mash potato add a raw egg when you are mashing it (mash it quick or it will start cooking) - it makes a big difference. :thumbup:
     
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    Are you just using the yolk or the whole egg? What does it do the mash? I know the greeks like to add egg to their white sauce so sets quite thick so its cuttable on a moussaka or Pastitsio, so wouldn't this make the mash quite stiff?
     
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    It adds a bit of flavour - I forgot to mention to add a bit of milk also. I have learnt this from my mum. Everyone I have mentioned this too loved it. Give it a go and let me know what you think. Add the whole egg.
     
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    I'd be asking why she cant have the milk in the mash. Is she lactose intolerant?

    If she cant have milk, she cant have real butter either I would have thought. Margarine should be no issue though.
     
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    Make avgolemono. That's nice.
     
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    i made a sweet potato mash, beans, broc,sirloin and it all worked out well thanks.
     

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