This is a multi-purpose thread:
1. Tell me the ingredients you have available, and I can probably help you do something interesting.
2. Share your own culinary creations. Everyone can learn things, even me.
3. Request recipes. If you have an ingredient you don't know how to use, or something you'd like to try, just ask.
4. What I'm most interested in seeing, if anyone is willing to share, is "secret" family special recipes from any cuisine.
I know MMOC has members from many different countries. Thus, I will just state upfront:
1 teaspoon = 5 ml
3 teaspoon = 15 ml = 1 Tablespoon
4 Tablespoon = 60 ml = 1/4 Cup
1 Cup = 240 ml
2 Cup = 480 ml = 1 Pint
4 Cup = 1 Quart = 960 ml = just short of 1 liter
I don't think any other volumetric measurements are typically used.
Americans, for whatever reason, don't measure things by weight so don't ask about those conversions. Only matters for baking bread or pastries anyway, and I don't do that. If you have a recipe that uses weight measurements, go ahead and post it. I'm just not familiar with weight conversions.
EDIT: Again, MMOC has members from many different countries. Not all of us use the same systems of measurement. I don't expect anyone posting a recipe to list the measurements in multiple systems, but at least specify units for the numbers you do give. For example, if a European specifies cooking chicken at 150 for 45 minutes, you might very well kill an American with salmonella. Please say 150 C. Likewise, if an American specifies cooking chicken at 300 degrees for 45 minutes, a European will first wonder how the oven can get that hot, and then probably burn the chicken. Please say 300 F. (These are the same temperature, btw, within 2 degrees).
Google will quickly translate temperatures and other measurements. Just type in something like "150 C to F"
Index so far: (Up to page 12)
*Note, I can't vouch for every recipe here. Just compiling what I and others have posted. Links are all to posts in this thread.
Refreshing Greek Tzatziki sauce
Miracle Bread Crumbs
My Attempt at Lukz's Crazy Chopped Challenge
Simple is Best Pasta
Pork Chops with Quick Pickled Veggies
Beer Can Chicken
Soba Noodle Soup
Had a Bad Day Fried Chicken (takes all night, makes you look forward to tomorrow)
Diffucult but Delicious Thai Curry
Basic Chili con Carne
My Favorite Soup
Family's Christmas Breakfast ...mmm, bacon
Pizza in a toaster oven!
Epic Summer Treat
Simple but Delicious Avocado Dip
Stuffed Sous Vide Chicken Breast
Family Secret Lasagna
Spicy Seasoning Mix for Popcorn or Anything
My Madras Curry
Simple Chicken Korma
Snack Time Cheese on Toast
Snack Time Beans on Toast
Spicy Scrambled Eggs
Pizza Stuffed Portobellos
Family Special Meatballs
Sunday Gravy (aka tomato ragù for pasta)
Tasty Chicken on a Budget
Flourless Chocolate Chip Cookies
Decadent S'more Bars
Budget Sweet and Sour Chicken
Crazy Gooey Dessert Thing
Argentinian Steak Sauce