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Hey Josh, please make more healthy recipes like this!!! I love it!! 😊
1 tsp is 5g
U should try to make jollibee chicken better but i don't think u can its the best chicken
You know what else is tastey ? Sausage roll
can you do another healthy meal including desserts
being from North African descent, I grow up eating Shakshuka and It's not the Traditional way of cook a tomato shakshuka. You need to start with good oil, not butter, and without using onions or crashed caned tomatoes. You need fresh, ripe (even on the border of over ripe) tomatoes, garlic and maybe a querter of the amount of the crushed tomatoes in this video and/or tomato paste . It's not a tomato souse in any shape or form. Start with oil, garlic, 1-2 hot green peppers, spices and then add tomatoes. ALSO, I'M A BIG BIG FAN, PLEASE SEE IT AS CONSTRACTIVE CRITICISM.
I knew it 5:50 lol 😂"all the way Done"
Actully Shakshuka is different with original recipe. Real Shakshuka (Şakşuka you can search with this name) have eggplant and potato not egg 😀 if you making with egg? its name is Menemen or Melemen. You should try original recipe 🙂
PLEASE MAKE THE PERFECT GLIZZY NEXT!
How about desserts but cheaper?
I have no idea how I got to this video at 3am but that booty slap fucking killed me…
but better, but cheaper, now hes going to do but smaller and but bigger
I don’t know the months either 💀 like they teach it to you when your young and if you don’t remember that they’ll never teach you it again 😂
Pro broke chef tips:– get frozen and/or canned veggies, fruits, beans, etc. They're cheap, nutritious, and won't rot in 2 days (add in some fresh ones here and there as desired, but not everything in a recipe needs to be fresh)– throw any herbs, veggies, fruits, etc leftover from your recipe into the freezer. Keeping spare diced onions, peppers, tomato paste in the freezer is clutch. Same for chopped herbs frozen in olive oil in an ice cube tray. – invest in a few herbs/spices/spice mixes/sauces. With a few good'ns, you can turn basic, repetitive food items into a diverse rainbow of dishes.– hit up the international food marts. They got all the best and cheapest spices, sauces, etc (also, canned coconut milk for cheap – great for making healthier creamy dishes). Also a great chance to add one or two new food items to make your meals more exciting for cheap.– when in doubt, beans and rice FTW. Use diff beans and spices to make diff style dishes (chili, Southern red beans n rice, Spanish black beans n rice, Indian chick peas n rice, etc etc). *Pro tip:* Don't just spice your beans! Add spices and a dash of oil to your rice while it cooks👌
Who else has some broke chef tips?
Yea I’m just gonna but one tsp of oregano yes
Any of these freezable ?
U may know a lot of things might as well be called a pro chef or something but that is not a shakshuka 😀
So adding butter and sauces is healthy?
Josh…Dont tell me you're a glizzy gladiator .
That slap totally caught me off guard 😂😂 instantly started laughing :’)
Omg when he played the fire alarm sound I thought it was the one in my house going off
Could I offer up my incredibly cheap and healthy marinade that works for meat or veggies and vegan friendly? It's designed to make the toughest cuts of meat tender and packs a punch for flavour.
I package of red miso or stronger. Mild miso doesn't work here.75g of Chinese 5 spiceSesame oilvinegar (any kind)
miso and 5 spice into bowl, just enough vinegar to soften meat WITHOUT altering flavour of the marinade, as much sesame oil as you need to make everything into a smooth paste.Once mixed this will keep in the fridge for months.To use just take a big spoonful out and add some water to thin it. Mix it into your meat, veggies, or anything else.
Thank you so much!!
Where are you buying your eggs that just one is 25 cents?! It's like 89 cents a dozen here in NW Ohio.
Grand! Try to make Colcannon if you want to eat kale. Before being a fad health food, in Ireland we’ve been drowning it in bacon, potatoes, and butter, into a delectable mash for millennia.
also… OKAY KATELYN IT’S TIME FOR DINNEEEEEER
“white rice is my weakness I would eat 45.000 cups of it” literally 99% of Brazil, basically no meal is complete without rice, shoutout to many Asian and Latin American countries too, let’s be obsessed with rice together
Stop trying to be funny and show us how to cook thanks
Me: an innocent viewer watching Joshie make some deliciously inexpensive meal at 1am
Josh: wears shorts
That booty smack had me actually doing the act of laughing out loud 😂😂😂😂😂😂
No one needs to torture yourself and eat kale. Spinach is just as good and tastes much better.
It's not "ultra easy" if I have to preheat an oven lmao
I've had buffalo chicken meatballs once. It was soo good! Don't knock down chicken meatballs, people!
Whats the type of cast iron you use
The fire alarm on his video scared my dog
Where can I find those plates you used for the chicken meatballs!?
NOOOO IN VIDEO ADS GAHHHH
Put me back inside the kitchen shelf!!!!
I love meat dishes. Specially the traditional ones in my country but I want to include more vegetarian/vegan meals to my diet. So just suggesting make veg dishes that make me forget that meat exists 😅 u tha best
5:49 you are welcome
The pricing in this makes it an unintentional comedy. YMMV.
What comes after January, James
Do a recipe for Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki from Subway or Sweet Fire Chicken from Panda Express.
Here’s a toughie that I never see- an entire week of great food that isn’t the typical food prep (boil a pound of rice and steam some veggies to eat every single day for a week) and doesn’t take over an hour every night.
Great segment. I liked the tip on how to make kale. Please make more healthy meals 🥗
Thanks for the video and nice view ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) I don't get how all $22 worth of that food only came up to 1500 calories total tho, I mean you made a ton of servings
Maybe meal plans for the week, especially for work people that wanna be healthy it work 24/7 and is tired of eating out everyday
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