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French's French Fried Onions, Original, 2.8-Ounce Cans (Pack of 24)
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making Croquetas de Frijoles (Bean Croquettes)
these were a little strange, without a binder, they kinda fell apart in the fryer, miriam recommended maybe not using as much oil, cooking them in less than an inch and turning them carefully half way through so they don't fall apart in too much oil. The sort of "melted" in the deeper oil and then became more solid once they were fished out and cooled off.... the taste was great. Croquetas de Frijoles (Bean Croquettes) (Makes about 20) Traditional Cuban croquetas have either ham or cheese in them. Since these were one of my favorite foods as a kid, it was imperative for me to develop a meatless alternative to them once I became vegetarian. One 15-ounce can black beans One 15-ounce can pinto beans 1/2 cup grated carrots 1/2-3/4 teaspoon finely minced canned chipotle pepper, depending on how much spice you like Approximately 1 teaspoon adobo sauce (available in the Latino foods sections of most grocery stores) 1/2 teaspoon cumin 1 cup chopped onions 2 garlic cloves, crushed Olive oil to saute onions and garlic Salt and pepper to taste, divided 1 cup cracker meal (usually located near the bread crumbs in supermarkets) 1/2 cup soymilk Canola oil for deep-frying Drain the beans and place them in a medium mixing bowl. With a potato masher, mash until beans are smooth. Add carrots, chipotle peppers, adobo, and cumin. Mix until uniform. In a small skillet, saute onions and garlic in olive oil, seasoning with a little salt and pepper. When onions are translucent, turn off the heat and mix the onions and garlic with the beans. Place mixture in the refrigerator for approximately one hour. In a small mixing bowl, combine the cracker meal with a little salt and pepper to season. Lay out a 1' x 1' sheet of waxed paper. Roll the bean mixture out into logs measuring approximately 3 inches by 1 inch. Lightly dip each one in soymilk, and proceed to roll them in the cracker meal. When croquetas are rolled, heat a large pot with enough canola oil to deep-fry the croquetas. Use a slotted spoon to lower each croqueta into the hot oil and fry until it turns light golden brown. Drain on paper towels. Serve hot with ketchup. Notes: You may freeze breaded croquetas before frying them. They will keep for several months. They will keep for a week or so in the refrigerator, but they will get soggy right away. The best way to eat leftover croquetas is the Cuban way, smashed between two pieces of French bread with lots of ketchup. Total calories per serving: 169 Fat: 12 grams Carbohydrates: 13 grams Protein: 3 grams Sodium: 169 milligrams Fiber: 3 gramsdistance
I changed my diet slightly. My goal was to increase my protein-to-carbohydrate ratio in my diet, since traditionally that ratio has been overwhelming in favor of the kinds of calories that do not build muscle. This mostly takes the form of just a few changes: I eat soy nuts and beef jerky instead of corn chips with lunch; I eat fruit when I have a (rare) craving for sweets at work; I pass on morning donuts when people bring them; I skip french fries and the like when we eat out. It's been about a week doing this. It's not bad and although it's too early to say for sure, I'm pretty sure it's changing things already. Distance from the weaker version of myself. I have an interview tomorrow with another organization within Isilon. It's more of a programmer position than I've ever had before. It's on a much smaller team. It's new technologies. I'm hoping the interviews go well. Distance from my current job. I find myself working harder, more often, and feeling good about it. I come home and do what Cori calls "nesting" -- organizing things, cleaning the kitchen (jesus that job is just never done), etc. I'm doing yardwork, going to the gym, and shooting photos instead of brewing beer and playing video games. I'm not sure the former is better than the latter, but it's distance. A friend stopped working at Isilon a while ago, and another got too busy to come to lunch once a week. As a result my old crowd of work friends has slowly been disintegrating. I'm partly to blame there, spending more time with folks on my future team than with the old hands. I mean to change that, but I see Jake outside of work, right? Sigh. But Cori and I seem closer than ever. It has always seemed so effortless with her, and lately more than ever. Photoshop's Refine Edge brought me out of the background here and let me put the pattern in the background. The dim circle on the right is an artifact of Content Aware Fill getting rid of a light fixture and me being too lazy to fix it after I noticed it too late.
Who doesn't love the traditional twice-fried potato, our hot and salty friend? This innovative cookbook offers recipes for every kind of fry imaginable, from Parmesan to pesto to sweet potato fries. Try something as familiar as Drive-in French Fries to those as exotic as Pataje Oorlog, a Dutch dish with three different sauces, or Chocolate Fries, a sweet french fry dessert. The book also includes recipes for non-potato fries, such as Fresh Green Bean Fries or Tempura Vegetables with Wasabi Garlic Aioli, and for more than a dozen dips and sauces, from Sweet Onion Mayonnaise to Ginger Soy Dipping Sauce.Related topics:
Zac Williams is the president of Williams Visual, a production company that creates media and photography for advertising and publishing clients. He has been the principal photographer on more than 100 national books and publications, and is the author of Little Monsters Cookbook. Zac lives in Ogden, Utah.
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