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  1. Ma Baker

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    Originally posted by Agg.

    Ok, this forum is for recipes, but quite a few of the "recipes" we've been seeing aren't really worth having a whole thread for (despite how yummy they are). So, this thread is for all those basic 2 or 3 ingredient things. :)
     
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  2. DigitalPho3nix

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    THE BEST GAMING FOOD EVER. FULL STOP.

    One of my best mates and I came up with this one a few years ago during some late night xbox sessions. There was nothing in the fridge at the time, so we created this 'concoction'.

    You need:

    - Sliced bread
    - Cheese (normal cheap stuff like Coon or Home Brand)
    - Sweet Chilli Sauce
    - Portable Grill or Oven
    - Cheese Slicer or Peeler

    Method:

    1. Take a piece of bread
    2. Slice cheese on to the bread
    3. Place under grill until cheese is golden brown and bubbly
    4. Spread some sweet chilli sauce over the top while still hot (not too much)
    5. Eat immediately

    Sounds gross I know, but it is oh so good for a quick fix.

    Try it! My mate liked them so much, he bought one of those mini grills for his bedroom so he could make them in the same room as the xbox.
     
  3. Rem0

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    doesn't sound well suited for gaming, the sauce can drip all over the joint
    if however you use 2 pieces of bread in a sandwich press, that would be superior
     
  4. DigitalPho3nix

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    nah the sandwich press is no good

    The cheese doesn't go slightly crispy, and it goes soggy ( = yuk)

    The trick is to use precisely the right amount of sweet chilli sauce such that it doesn't slop everywhere. It takes a bit of practice.
     
  5. mcrow5

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    haha lol, tried it, pretty good, but i reckon chips are best gaming food.
     
  6. FB008

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    i still think pizza is better.

    cheese and chilli sauce? i'll pass, kthxbye :p
     
  7. Seeker

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    Is tomato sauce a good substitute for those that are allergic to chilli's or dislike spicy food?
     
  8. kukulkan

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    Am I missing something here, or is this a cheese toasty with sweet chilli sauce on top? How the hell is this a recipe?

    Maybe I'll put up a recipe for fruit salad, with ice cream on top. :confused:
     
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  9. DigitalPho3nix

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    When you come up with a wicked 'concoction' let me know
     
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    Can't say, never tried it! Only ever had it with sweet chilli sauce. If you're game, give it a go.
     
  11. biomaster

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    But fruit salad with ice cream on top IS a wicked concoction :confused:

    Which flavour ice cream gives best results?
     
  12. Dismember

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    This sounds more like a shitfaced meal, can't imagine making this sober.

    Other intoxicated ideas;
    Cheese + Mayo + Rice + Microwave
    Rice + Sauce
    Bread dipped in milk
    Baked beans + Chicken salt.
     
  13. Seeker

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    Lets just keep those ones at 'ideas' k ;)
     
  14. s3kemo

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    i go nuts with cheese, cabanossi and jatz. Also those little Cadbury Favourites.
     
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    Jatz and a dip of your choice.

    Best gaming drink = white russian: shot of vodka, shot of Kahlua, lots of ice, some milk
     
  16. Myst

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    Woolies lite fruit cake, $3

    2000 calories later :shock:
     
  17. doug81

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    and this is better than beef jerky because...

    :leet:
     
  18. bubblegoose

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    Id have to agree with you on that one. keeps you going alllll night long. as long as you have a regular supply. drink too quickly and gaming skills will deminish :lol:
     
  19. Icidic

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    I swear, some of you kids, I could recommend shit and pasta and you'd try it... :lol:.

    Hehe, reminds me of a mate of mine; his parent's had got on his case one day and the next day he had to go to work early and he'd asked his parents if they could wip him up some lunch (bad idea). Turned out that he had 2 Lemon Rind and Vegemite sandwitches as well as a water bottle with water.... and salt. All completely edible but.... yuck :lol:.
     
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  20. stenchlord

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    Best gaming food has to be jelly. You get one of those foam dome hats that they use for beer and then fill the containers with jelly, stir them till the jelly is all mixed/broken up and then drink while you play :D
     

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