Easy As Fuck: Fake Empanadas

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Recipe by Roni Davis

 

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So last week I was watching the food channel and I found myself in desperate need of empanadas. I had to have them or the world would probably end… So I did what I do best: I fuckin’ made them. I tend to make things “semi-homemade” and being a poor 21 year old I take lots of time and money short cuts. After scouring Pinterest and taking the bits and pieces I thought sounded best- here’s what I came up with. I do everything by taste so depending on how many people you’re attempting to feed- my best advice is to start light on the ingredients and taste test as you go.

 

What You’re Going to Fuckin’ Need:

-1 lb Ground beef

-1 red bell pepper finely chopped

-1 onion finely chopped

-2 hard boiled eggs

-1 beaten egg

-1 Red chili flakes

-1.5 tsp Paprika

-1.5 tsp Ground cumin

-Refrigerated crescent rolls

 

Directions:

Turn you stove-top onto medium heat. Throw your pepper and onion into a pan and get a nice sear on there. Then dump in your ground beef and brown it. Put about a teaspoon of chili flakes (unless you’re trying to turn the heat up on that bitch!) and a few shakes of paprika. Once the beef is cooked through, move the mixture from the pan into a large mixing bowl to cool down a bit. Chop your two hard boiled eggs and stir them into the mixture of beef and onions. In a separate bowl beat one egg and mix with a splash of water to make the egg wash.

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Preheat your oven to 400 degrees

Okay the next thing I did was a little weird, but it worked well for me (so don’t judge.) Open the tube of crescent rolls and knead into a ball. Pull off little pieces and roll into a ball and the flatten out so you can put mixture into the crescent roll dough. Fold the mixture into the dough like a half moon and press edges down with a fork and egg wash the outside.

 

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Pretty much keep doing this until you’ve filled all the dough. Spread them out on a baking sheet and bake for about 20-25 minutes

Ta-da you’re done and probably starving so fuckin’ eat them allllllllllllll!

 

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Perfect For a Pear

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Recipe for Gorgonzola Pear Pizza

By Roni Davis

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Let me start off by saying that this recipe was really the one that made me fall in love with cooking, and my favorite to share with people. It’s also one of the easiest recipes ever!

 

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What you’ll need:

-Refrigerated pizza dough

-Two pears (whichever kind you prefer)

-Gorgonzola

-1 lemon

-Salt and pepper

-Olive oil

-Arugula (optional)

-Balsamic glaze

 

 

Directions:

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees

Start out by flattening out the pizza dough and give it a light coat of olive oil. Sprinkle some salt and pepper and spread crumbles of Gorgonzola all over. Thin slice your pears and spread them all over top of the cheese. Before putting it in the oven, I recommend covering baking sheet in foil and then putting pizza on top. Put the baking sheet in the oven and cook for about 15 minutes. Take the pizza out and put a drizzle of balsamic glaze on top (balsamic glaze is good on top of pretty much everything) throw some arugula on top and a squeeze of lemon and you’re done!

Share your delicious pizza or eat the whole thing yourself (like I do.)

 

 

Breakfast Pizza

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An Easy, Cheesy and Delicious Breakfast 

Recipe by Roni Davis

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Everyone loves pizza, or at least everyone should love pizza. This week I’ve been really into making flatbreads and pizzas- the most recent being a breakfast pizza. What sounds better than breakfast and pizza combined? Uhh… not much. This recipe is literally fool proof and super easy to make so have fun with it!