Author Topic: Refrigerator Goulash  (Read 2472 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Kwan

  • Hero Member
  • They are my Om-Noms and I want them!
  • *****
  • Female
  • Posts: 3075
    • my stuff on  FA
Refrigerator Goulash
« on: March 04, 2008, 11:04:51 pm »
C'mon, you've been there.  You have a mess of leftovers or things on the brink of going bad in the fridge, or you just re-arranged the freezer and have an assortment of this-n-that.  So you make a casserole or soup or goulash out of stuff.

Let's talk about these spur-of-the-moment meals.  What was your most surprising concoction?  What was the worst disaster?  Talk, people, talk. 
Card-carrying member of the following fan-clubs:
FarRaptor (in capacity of self-proclaimed Number One Fan-Girl)
Blastdav  (in capacity of Official Tormentor)
Mazz      (Furtopian ambassador ne plus ultra)
White Shepherd (Lo, WS laid hands on Furtopia, and it hath arisen)

Offline Juno

  • Hero Member
  • In your X Ying your Zs
  • *****
  • Male
  • Posts: 1865
Re: Refrigerator Goulash
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2008, 09:06:58 pm »
Lets see. We always have noodles left over at my house, so i can always find something to make with em. One this i made  that was pretty good was i cooked some leftover chicken we had in oil with redpepper. choped up a bunch of left over veggies we had and fried them to. Added it all together, yumm :). Ill try to remember afew other things ive mabe and post them later.
A MEMBER OF THE MIDNIGHT CREW... ♠

Offline Arbutus

  • Hero Member
  • Species: Rabbit
  • Also known as Sir Bunny-Face
  • *****
  • Posts: 8312
Re: Refrigerator Goulash
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2008, 09:57:45 pm »
Things I have in my fridge right now:

1. cheese
2. water
3. seven eggs (roughly 1 month expired)
4. a stick of butter

...

i will not do this i will not do this i will not do this

Offline Lobar

  • Hero Member
  • *begs for pineapple*
  • *****
  • Male
  • Posts: 2194
Re: Refrigerator Goulash
« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2008, 10:01:36 pm »
Things I have in my fridge right now:

1. cheese
2. water
3. seven eggs (roughly 1 month expired)
4. a stick of butter

...

i will not do this i will not do this i will not do this

Throw those damn eggs away already, gross. D:
   Now,
       let's go play, together...
Together under the
             clearest of blue skies.

Offline Arbutus

  • Hero Member
  • Species: Rabbit
  • Also known as Sir Bunny-Face
  • *****
  • Posts: 8312
Re: Refrigerator Goulash
« Reply #4 on: March 12, 2008, 11:16:20 pm »
Things I have in my fridge right now:

1. cheese
2. water
3. seven eggs (roughly 1 month expired)
4. a stick of butter

...

i will not do this i will not do this i will not do this

Throw those damn eggs away already, gross. D:

srsly. My sloth is unparalleled.

Offline CiceroKit

  • I'll get back to you on that
  • ****
  • Female
  • Posts: 391
    • My FA page
Re: Refrigerator Goulash
« Reply #5 on: August 18, 2008, 04:43:12 pm »
A former co-worker of mine introduced me to what she called "veggie tray soup." Okay, the name doesn't sound so good, but basically it is a play on the old stone soup story and it is a way to use up those left-over veggies from a veggie tray. It is chicken based, so you will want to add some garlic, salt and pepper and whatever other herbs you may wish (I gravitate towards thyme and sage for poultry). Take all the carrots, celery, broccoli, and cauliflower you have left over and throw it in the pot with the cooked chicken, herbs and chicken stock. A good way to prevent further vegetation rot in your fridge.

Now, just what do you do with any left-over cucumber, raddishes and bell pepper? Throw them in some egg salad (and if those old eggs don't float in water, go ahead and hard-boil them--one month may be stretching it though).
Artist. Educator. Activist. Writer.

http://www.furaffinity.net/user/cicerokit/
Cicero Kit on Second Life

Being a furry artist is a sideline; I am a public relations professional by trade as well as adjunct faculty at two technical colleges in Wisconsin. I also freelance as a graphic designer and journalist and have had an editorial comic series published. Anything you want to know? Ask.

Offline Juno

  • Hero Member
  • In your X Ying your Zs
  • *****
  • Male
  • Posts: 1865
Re: Refrigerator Goulash
« Reply #6 on: October 03, 2008, 02:17:56 pm »
I made this today for lunch and its so simple and so good. Get a can of tuna, but a spoon full of mayo on it and a dash od hot sauce and old bay seasoning. mix it together and bon appitet lol. agian simple but so good (honestly as far as food goes i find simple dishes to be better than eloborate and complex ones, meh im a bit strange though)
A MEMBER OF THE MIDNIGHT CREW... ♠