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    Quote Originally Posted by ianmonsta View Post
    A stew not a soup, i havn't made it yet, but it sounds amazing. I think Lunchbox has made it.
    i have indeed. i don't use nearly as many veggies though, lol. just onion, garlic, stewing beef, flour + guinness + beef stock (all in lieu of demi-glaze), bouquet garni (pretty much like mixed herbs), salt, pepper and parsley for garnish.

    i serve it over mashed potatoes. the last time i made it was when i bogarted that can of guinness from that 4 pack i gave you. it's so good. i'd make it again, but i'm kind of like dougw8, i'm not really in the mood for soups and stews in the summer. it's like comfort food for me, great for cold weather.

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    Okay folks, I'm going to share my recipe for the BEST soup ever made. Some of you familiar with Thai food know it as "Tom Yum Gai" or Thai Sweet and Sour Soup. Personally, it is my most favorite soup EVER!

    You can substitute the chicken for shrimp, Tom Yum Goong (add shrimp to soup about 2 minutes before serving) or Seafood in general, Tom Yum Taleh. I prefer chicken. I also serve with a cup of jasmine or sticky rice. This soup is "Kick your dog" killer. Enjoy.

    Ingredients

    1lb boneless chicken meat sliced into 3" strips
    3 cups chicken stock
    4 oz straw mushrooms or button mushrooms if straw cant be found.
    6 cherry tomatoes halfed (optional)
    1 fresh lemon grass stem cut into short 1" lengths
    2-3 kaffir lime leaves, torn
    2-3 chunks of Galanga (ginger root)
    3 tbsp Thai fish sauce
    4 tbsp fresh lime juice
    1/2 tsp sugar
    5-6 hot fresh Thai chilies, just broken with pestle (be aware! these chilies will kick your ass so dont over do it!!)
    1/2 bunch of lightly diced Cilantro

    Preparation

    Place the stock in a pot, add the lemon grass, kaffir lime leaves and Galanga, and bring to boil over medium heat. Add the chicken meat, mushroom, fish sauce, lime juice, and sugar; cook slowly and uncovered for 10 minutes. Do not stir. Then add the tomatoes and chilies and cook for 5 more minutes. Remove from heat. Add Cilantro just before serving. 4 servings.
    Last edited by nocturn; July 29th, 2009 at 09:27 AM. Reason: forgot 2 key ingredients (Galanga and Cilantro)

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    Just threw all the split pea soup ingredients into the crock pot. Set on high so it will be ready around 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianmonsta View Post
    A stew not a soup, i havn't made it yet, but it sounds amazing. I think Lunchbox has made it.


    Beef and GUINNESS® Stew


    Ingredients

    Serves 5-6

    • 1kg diced beef
    • Cupful diced onion
    • Cupful diced celery
    • Cupful diced leek
    • Cupful diced carrot
    • Pinch mixed herbs
    • 2 ltrs of beef demi glaze
    • Seasoning
    • 1 can of GUINNESS® Draught

    It's the number one seller in GUINNESS® STOREHOUSE® restaurant and it's sure to satisfy any appetite. Get the lads around to watch the match. Get a big pot on the table. And watch it disappear as they help themselves.

    Gently fry off the diced beef in the butter for 5-6 mins till brown, then add the vegetables and cook for another 5-6 mins. Add the herbs and season with salt and pepper. Add the demi glaze and cover. Slow cook for 60 to 90 minutes. Add the GUINNESS® and stir. Season and serve with champ potato, roast carrot and parsnip. This should give 5-6 portions.

    Top tip


    Adding the GUINNESS® near the end of cooking lends the stew a creamy, velvety taste. Just drop the GUINNESS® in and watch the stew come alive!


    If i ever make it i will most likely add potatoes




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    Quote Originally Posted by rinkrat View Post
    Just threw all the split pea soup ingredients into the crock pot. Set on high so it will be ready around 5.
    The smell has got to be making you nuts right?

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    Yeah I can smell the onions, celery, ham etc and I am dying!!

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    OK - I gotta do this but I need a crock pot, any suggestions?

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    OK, this is the best split pea soup I've ever tasted I SWEAR!!

    It's got the perfect thickness and taste with just the right amount of other junk in there. AMAZING!!

    The fun part was piling all the stuff in there and NOT STIRRING it, then finding perfect soup 5 hours later with ham falling off the bone.

    And just like at Andersen's it's all you can eat!


    Thanks to nocturn for this recipe. It will be a regular for me since it's so easy and somewhat healthy.

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    Thumbs up This Split Pea soup kicks ass!

    Thank you for posting this recipe Nocturn, this is the best split pea soup I've ever had. No joke.


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    Holy Crap!!!!! Sherri said something also??? Sherri digs the peasoup???? I feel like a Champ....

    although not....
    Last edited by nocturn; July 27th, 2009 at 09:58 AM.

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