LETS GET COOKING 2 - PITTSBURGH COOKING SCHOOL.
Lets Get Cooking 2
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This is essentially a breakfast casserole (eggs, potato, some kind of breakfast meat (bacon today)) topped with some traditional pizza toppings (pepperoni, mozzarella, tomato sauce).
Step 1: Fry some bacon. Nice and crispy, but not burnt. Set it aside to dry off some. Drain off most of the grease because, while delicious, it's terrible for you.
Step 2: Add some vegetable oil to the pan and add a bunch of shredded potatoes. I use the "Simply Potatoes" store-bought kind because last time I shredded potatoes manually, I shredded my thumb pretty good. It hurt. You're essentially making hash browns at this stage, though you don't want two thick layers of "crispy," just one, and it ends up on the bottom. Use your lid so the whole of the potatoes cook, not just what's in the oil/on the bottom of the pan. Turn about halfway through where you would for regular hash browns and add some seasonings (salt, pepper, rosemary, oregano, parsley in my case today). Let this go with the lid on until the bottom starts to get nice and crispy and, well, "crust-like."
Step 3: Mix about 2:1 eggs to milk until it's all roughly homogenized. I used four eggs. Pour overtop the potatoes. Throw a little tomato sauce in overtop the eggs, then your toppings (today crumbled bacon, sliced pepperoni, and sliced mozzarella), and a little more sauce. Lid up and cook some more until the eggs have mostly coagulated.
Step 4: Throw in the oven under the broiler (on low) for a few minutes or until it looks all done and delicious.
Step 5: Let it sit for a couple minutes so everything can set up properly, slice and serve.
Sunday Morning i woke up. One of my colleague knew that I can cook. So he
called me. We will fish together now :)
Well we are not having this fish.
P.S: If i can cook well today ...I hope I will get comments here :P
after the day
Thanku All for your comments and appreciation...Finally I cooked fish..and that also for 6 people... took 2 and a half hours... after that had fried rice with macher jhol (ooops fish curry) and people liked it :)
I also :)
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