/food/ - Food and Cooking

looks delicious
for a moment i thought fen came back and i was happy

the pretty lady from /lgbt/

its so unpredictable but if you spritz the bread before you put it in the dutch oven i find the extra steam helps pressurize it and it rises a little better idk if that might help its worth trying


「Recima's Baking Blog Chapter 7: Chicken Pot Pie」

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Hello, and welcome to chapter 7 of my baking blog!
Today we’re making our first non-dessert dish, Chicken Pot Pie! It’s also our first major blend of cooking and baking, with both the Oven and the Stove playing important parts in the recipe process. The specific one shown in the images has been dedicated to the /gle/ board, which will be leaving us soon, after all of its hard work. Let’s begin!

Servings: 8
Prep time: 20 Minutes
Cooking time: 50 Minutes
Cooling time: 10 Minutes

>1 Pound of Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast Halves (It’s okay if it’s a little over or under)
>1 Cup of Sliced Carrots
>1 Cup of Frozen Green Peas
>1/2 Cup of Sliced Celery

>1/3 Cup of Chopped Onion
>1/3 Cup of Butter
>1/3 Cup of Flour
>1/2 Teaspoon of Salt
>1/4 Teaspoon of Pepper
>1/4 Teaspoon of Celery Seeds
>1 ¾ Cups of Chicken Broth
>2/3 Cup of Milk

>2 Unbaked Piecrusts (around 9 inches in diameter)

Baking Tools Needed:
>2 Saucepans
>2 Wooden Spoons
>Pie Dish (Same size as your Piecrusts)
>Baking Sheet (Recommended)
>Measuring Cups

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It tasted pretty good! Like, if you refrigerate you should probably reheat it, but there are some quick tips on that in "storage", right after the directions section
always a good day when recima baking blog :)

Oh no! You can't have spilled soup!
need to test something
okay good, /gle/ just got nuked by a #theme command