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|Outback Steakhouse Aussie Fries
1 - 2 lb. bag of Frozen French Fries
1 Cup shredded Colby Jack cheese
6 pieces of Bacon, cooked
24 Fl. Oz. Peanut Oil (can be reused later; store in refrigerator)
Divide the fries into half, and use the other half later.
Heat oil to 350 degrees. If you do not have a thermostat, make sure
the oil is hot enough, so that when you set a french fry in there it
will cook immediately. If the french fry sinks to the bottom, and
barely bubbles, it is not hot enough. Fry the potatoes in small
batches, they are done when they are golden brown, and float to the
top of the skillet. ( I like to use a Dutch Oven). Be sure to drain
the potatoes on paper towels. You can keep them warm in the oven
while the other fries are done.
When all french fries are done cooking, and drained place them onto
a platter. Salt the french fries if you like, and sprinkle on cheese
and cooked bacon. Pop these back into a warm oven until the cheese
begins to melt.
1/2 Cup Sour Cream
1 Tbsp. Prepared Horseraddish
dash Cayenne Pepper
dash black pepper
Combine all ingredients and mix well.
|Carl's Jr's Famous Star
1/4 pound ground chuck
1 large sesame-seed bun
Heinz hamburger relish (the red stuff)
Vlasic hamburger slices
tomato, white onion, lettuce
Pre-Prepare your Condiments:
Mix 1 Tablespoon ketchup with 1/2 Tablespoon relish, set aside. Chop the
lettuce...you'll need a handful per burger. Thinly slice the tomato and
onion. You'll need 1-2 tomato slices, and 3-4 rings of fresh onion. (These
amounts are for each Famous Star )
Divide one pound of ground chuck ito 4 equal portions. On waxed paper, form
each portion into 5 inch round patties. Freeze for at least an hour. Keep
any spares frozen until needed. Obviously you'll do this in advance.
When cooking time draws near, toast the faces of the bun (top and bottom) on
a 375 electric griddle. They should be an even tan color.
1. Preheat either an outdoor gas barbecue, or an indoor electric one. After
it is pre-heated, place a still-frozen beef patty on the grill, pressing
down firmly for 4-5 seconds. (This will get you the grill marks) Salt
liberally. Cook for 3 minutes (gas) or 5-6 minutes (electric). Eyeball
it---if it looks ready to turn, turn it.
2. While the beef is cooking, dress your bun as follows:
Top Half: Your pre-mixed special sauce (ketchup and relish) 1/2 Tablespoon
Bottom Half: 1/2 Tablespoon mayonnaise 3 pickle slices 1 handful of chopped
iceberg lettuce 1-2 tomato slices 3-4 fresh rings of onion
3. Turn the beef patty over, press down firmly with a spatula for 3-4
seconds, and salt liberally. (Don't be afraid to have a few flames "kiss"
the burger...they are charbroiled)
4. Place the cooked beef patty on the dressed bottom bun, add the top.
Want to make a Carl's Jr All-Star ? After placing the beef on the bottom
bun, add a slice of real Amercian cheese on top of the patty, then 2 slices
of cooked bacon before placing the top bun on. (Criss-cross the bacon in an
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Cooking - Kitchen - Recipe Tips...
* For a juicer hamburger add cold water to the beef
(1/2 cup to 1 pound of meat).
General Shelf Lives For Common
Flour unopened: up to 12 months. Opened: 6-8 months.
Sugar unopened: 2 years. Sugars do not spoil but eventually
may change flavor.
Brown sugar unopened: 4 months.
Confectioners sugar unopened: 18 months.
Solid shortening unopened: 8 months. Opened: 3 months.
Cocoa unopened: indefinitely. opened: 1 year.
Whole spices: 2-4 years. Whether or not opened.
Ground spices: 2-3 years. Whether or not opened.
Paprika, red pepper and chili powder: 2 years
Baking soda unopened: 18 months. Opened: 6 months.
Baking powder unopened: 6 months. Opened: 3 months.
Cornstarch: 18 months. Whether or not opened.
Dry pasta made without eggs unopened: 2 years.
Opened: 1 year.
Dry egg noodles unopened: 2 years.
Opened: 1-2 months.
Salad dressing unopened: 10-12 months.
Opened: 3 months if refrigerated.
Honey: 1 year. Whether or not opened.
Ground, canned coffee unopened: 2 years.
Opened: 2 weeks, if refrigerated.
Jams, jellies and preserves unopened: 1 year.
Opened: 6 months if refrigerated.
Peanut butter unopened: 6-9 months.
Opened: 2-3 months.