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Posted 25 August 2011 - 12:01 AM

Any of you mother hubbards made rosemary tea before?  I've recently come into possession of a large quantity of said herb, and need a recipe.

I've found loads on the internet but they all tend to be "pour in lukewarm water while massaging your chakras" kind of things.  I'm looking for actual experience.

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Posted 25 August 2011 - 12:37 AM

I've used it on beef and salmon steaks, but never as a tea before!
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Posted 25 August 2011 - 05:50 AM

Most of the recipes here are ok. Some may cause harm, and others may even be toxic. Here's somethings I know that are good, and not that hard to fix, etc.

Simple pizza:
1 can of tomato sauce, perhaps even pizza sauce
1 container of pepperoni
1 container of mozzarella
Bread (French or anything else)
Anything else you like on pizza.

For best results, bake this, at like 350, more or less. But a toaster oven can be used, as well as toaster and microwave.
Simply put pizza sauce on bread, add your favorite ingredients on top, then the cheese. Bake until the cheese is metted. You should have a small pizza in a bit.

Simple toast and cheese and tomato soup
For tomato soup, I recommend Campbell's Soup.
Tomato soup
Butter
Sugar
Milk
Place the tomato soup, a pat of butter, a touch of sugar, about half a can of milk into a saucepan. Cook on the stove top until done.
Meanwhile, for the best, unburned, toast and cheese sandwiches.
Butter
Bread
Cheese

In the frying pan, place a bit of butter to melt. Then butter a slice bread and place in the pan. Then slap the cheese on there, and butter the other piece of bread. By the time you place the bread on top, it's time to turn. Then keep turning until the cheese is mostly melted, and then put on plate, and you have a great lunch.

I have more, but right now, that's a start.
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Posted 25 August 2011 - 06:38 AM

Never drank rosemary tea. But as any tea, the recipe is definitely; pour hot water over rosemary, wait ten minutes, drink.  :P

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Posted 25 August 2011 - 11:23 AM

Fair point. Thought there might be more to it.

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Posted 25 August 2011 - 01:22 PM

Shrimps or/and pedoci clams "na buzaro" (on buzara), a Croatian recipe

I prefer using them both mixed as you don't need any salting. Shrimps will take some of the salt so the lot will not be too salty.

(four persons)

-clean clams, remove the ones that won't close at all when shaken - dead, potentially bad (half a kilo shrimps, a kilo of clams)
-heat olive oil in a large pot or saucepan (enough to fry one largish onion)
-fry chopped onion till it gets a bit yellow (1 largish onion)
-add chopped garlic (4-5 cloves)
-a minute later add tomato sauce (1 dl)
-add bread crumbs (depends on taste)
-add clams and/or shrimps and mix it all well
-close the pot for five-eight minutes, depends on the size of shrimps
-leave enough fire for the sauce "buzara" to keep boiling
-remove from fire, add chopped parsley, mix (depends on taste)

Eat with bread, don't forget to consume the sauce with clam shell.

If you don't like tomato sauce you can make buzara without it as well. I like it more with tomato.

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Posted 13 December 2013 - 11:17 AM

Toč. Many variations, but this is one of the simplest. I thought I posted already.

Slice pršut (dry-cured ham), but the slices should not be as thin as usually (keep them a millimetre or two thick). Heat up olive oil, throw pršut into the pan, fry for two or three minutes. Add heavy red wine. Again, two to three minutes, the wine should not be cooked, just heated properly.

Eat pieces of pršut with sauce-soaked bread.

Variations; use sausage instead of pršut, pršut can be in small pieces and the whole thing can be used as a pasta sauce (add parmesan cheese), add vegetables...

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Posted 10 January 2018 - 07:33 PM

Perhaps not so simple, but this seemed like a suitable-enough addition to this thread. ;)






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