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Embarrassing Guilty Pleasure Recipes

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by PeterMetro, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. PeterMetro

    PeterMetro Senior member

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    We all have them.

    Those recipes that you'd rather not admit you've made, much less eaten.

    They may combine several canned ingredients. They may involve a microwave.

    Despite your class and refinement, you enjoy them.

    I'll start:



    - Heat a can of Campbell's Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup (do not add water). You may substitute any cream soup, as long as it's condensed.

    - Add chopped scallions and a few dashes of soy sauce. If you have frozen vegetables, add them too - optional.

    - Serve over steamed white rice.
     
  2. MrDaniels

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    Artichoke Dip!


    1 drained can artichoke hearts
    1 Cup Mayo
    1 Cup grated Parmesan cheese

    Blend all together in a food processor. Bake at 350 until bubbly.
     
  3. Douglas

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    ramen noodles
    hard boiled egg
    sliced leftover meat of just about any variety
    sliced scallions
    maybe add other stuff to flavor up or replace the powdered broth, e.g. ginger or others.
    sriracha

    for some reason i like to way overcook the noodles till they are almost transparent and mushy.
     
  4. changy

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    french fries dipped in mcflurry
     
  5. lee_44106

    lee_44106 Senior member

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    Fried Spam (regular Spam, not low fat or low salt....yuck! [​IMG] )
    Eggs with runny yolk
    Dash of soy sauce
    Steamed rice
     
  6. sonick

    sonick Senior member

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    New years eve and drunk at a friends house, found some frozen smokies left over from a BBQ back in September.

    Threw it in the microwave and nuked it, found some yellow mustard, squirted it on a plate and basically smeared the mustard with the sausage and ate it with my bare hands.
     
  7. MrDaniels

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    french fries dipped in mcflurry


    Also good dipped in a Frosty.
     
  8. S-Town

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    Also good dipped in a Frosty.

    Amen brother!
     
  9. jpeirpont

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    ramen noodles
    hard boiled egg
    sliced leftover meat of just about any variety
    sliced scallions
    maybe add other stuff to flavor up or replace the powdered broth, e.g. ginger or others.
    sriracha

    for some reason i like to way overcook the noodles till they are almost transparent and mushy.


    I don't really like Ramen noodles but this doesnt sound half bad.
     
  10. Master-Classter

    Master-Classter Senior member

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    simple easy "salad" that actually tastes better with age... generally:

    1 can each of drained and washed off chick peas, black beans, red beans, lima beans, even frozen edamame, etc
    1-2 each of diced red onions, green/red peppers, maybe canned corn (not creamed)
    blend 1/3rd cup balsamic and red wine vinegar, 1/3rd cup olive oil, 2 tablespoons of cumin powder, salt and pepper, little bit of chili flakes
    1/2 bunch chopped fresh cilantro

    the longer it sits the better it gets.


    box of microgreens/spinach, 1 can of mandarins, 1 handful of beer nuts, 1 avocado, bottled creamy poppy seed dressing.
     
  11. Huntsman

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    Velveeta on a Ritz cracker. With a fruit-bomb Shiraz.
     
  12. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Hot dogs with mayo, dijon and a big scoop of sauerkraut.
     
  13. Rambo

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    Hot dogs with mayo, dijon and a big scoop of sauerkraut.
    This has to be some sort of German/Dutch thing. German's love mayo on EVERYTHING.
     
  14. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    This has to be some sort of German/Dutch thing. German's love mayo on EVERYTHING.
    Mayo is rad.
     
  15. flambard

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    #1 Warm toast (dry) with chilled red or green seedless grapes. What a combo!

    #2 Warm toast with a light smear of mayo. Guilty Pleasure.
     
  16. Opermann

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    Heart attack mac & cheese:

    6 oz condensed milk
    2 eggs
    1 tsp salt & pepper give or take
    1 tsp mustard powder
    10 oz 2-3 year cheddar, grated
    hot sauce to taste
    1 lb pasta
    half stick of butter

    Heat the milk/egg mixture over low heat, add a few dashes of hot sauce & spices.
    Add the cheese in batches until fully melted & sauce is thick. Low & slow--careful not to cook the eggs. Adjust seasonings & spices when done. Sharper cheddar can take more mustard & salt.
    Boil pasta, drain & add butter.

    Mix it all and eat until you explode.
     
  17. NAMOR

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    1. 1 can of condensed milk boiled over low heat for 1 hour
    2. Let cool, eat with spoon
     
  18. nootje

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    half a baquette, a thick layer of steak tartare, topped with mayo and tabasco.

    allways feel like im going to have a heart attack afterwards, but its sooooo worth it [​IMG]
     
  19. MrDaniels

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    Oreos dipped in peanut butter.
     
  20. thewallychamp

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    peruvian breakfast

    day old hard crispy fried rice
    fried eggs
    refried beans
     

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