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BloodSweat&Beers
East Carolina Fan
One Particular Harbor, Fl
Member since Jan 2012
8509 posts

re: Is there a dish you just can't get right?
Pad Thai - the sauce is not right for Pad Thai no matter how I make it. It still tastes good but does not taste like Pad Thai


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colorchangintiger
Dan Carlin
Member since Nov 2005
30357 posts

re: Is there a dish you just can't get right?
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Thai fried rice. I can’t get it like those places I love.


Try it in a wok over an outdoor propane burner


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BigDropper
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Member since Jul 2009
4225 posts

re: Is there a dish you just can't get right?
Yes, made out of fire bricks, a large clay pot I bought off Amazon, and a 55 gallon barrel. It gets rocket hot, but that ain't the problem. Problem is the ratio of spices in the blend.


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ELLSSUU
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2005
4371 posts

re: Is there a dish you just can't get right?
Pie Crust. I suck at it. My mom nailed it every time.


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LSUfan20005
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2012
6136 posts

re: Is there a dish you just can't get right?
Hashbrowns.

They never come out like I envision, always too burnt or too soggy.


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StringedInstruments
Auburn Fan
Member since Oct 2013
10982 posts

re: Is there a dish you just can't get right?
King cake.

Tried multiple recipes. Never comes out close to Haydels or Gambinos.

Always too dry and oddly shaped.


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GusMcRae
LSU Fan
Deep in the heart...
Member since Oct 2008
1695 posts

re: Is there a dish you just can't get right?
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Right now it’s trying to make a roast beef for a roast beef poboy


I just started cooking beef roasts like chuck or rump in a long sous vide method... like 48 hours at 130 degrees. It come out a beautiful medium rare and very tender... like prime rib or filet tender, but with a beefier flavor. Anyway, a couple of times I took the drippings out of the SV bag, and made a gravy in a black iron skillet. Then I sliced the roast as thin as I could, and put the slices in the gravy. We used some fresh Poupart’s French bread and made some damn fine RB poboys.


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GusMcRae
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re: Is there a dish you just can't get right?
^^^


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GusMcRae
LSU Fan
Deep in the heart...
Member since Oct 2008
1695 posts

re: Is there a dish you just can't get right?
BBQ brisket. Ain’t gonna lie, I’ve ruined my share of brisket. I have a BGE, and have knocked a few out of the park, but it’s still so hard to get just right!


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jojothetireguy
New Orleans Saints Fan
Live out in Coconut Grove
Member since Jan 2009
10108 posts

re: Is there a dish you just can't get right?
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She added chopped parsley (not in recipe)
She used food processor to chop ingredients


I use the same method. I use a combination of Veal, pork and beef. Chicken stock, parm, onion, parsley, salt, pepper and garlic mixed in a food processor. Mix that with the meat and bread crumbs. Pan sear then add to the sauce.

Also for the hash browns, make sure to rinse your potatoes multiple times and dry them really really well. This will help them not be soggy.


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