Chicken-wing Garlic Vegetable-Dish!

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And just for an hour into the oven at 160 Degrees Celsius.
Just a real easy way to make something good in an hour, but you can speed it up by first start with 180 – 200 and then lower it down to 160. Then it will maybe only take 30 – 40 minutes 🙂

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Aatos Beck © 11-08-2013

Elitaura’s oven-dish!

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Aatos Beck © 27-07-2013

Chicken Curry Delight!

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Ingredients:
3 chicken-filets (sliced / parted)
2 onions
Ketjap (soya sauce)
Salt
Olive oil
Chicken herbs without salt
Cream cheese

200 degrees C (without a lid) for a half hour.
160 degrees C (with lid) for another hour.
Rice, with curry during cooking to get the yellow colour.

Aatos Beck © 23-04-2013

Pannukakku tulisen kana vihannes täytteellä – Pancake fiery chicken vegetable toppings!

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Aatos Beck © 07-01-2012

Halloween Night Dinner!

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At 160 degrees for an hour into the oven and you will have a tasty Halloween oven-dish 🙂

Ingredients:

Potatoes
2 onions (sliced)
Soya sauce and Sambal (Chilli)
Garlic & Curry powder
1 Chicken filet (dependng how many guests 😉 )

Aatos Beck © 31-10-2012

World Animal Day!

World Animal Day

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World Animal Day is celebrated each year on October the 4th. It started in Florence, Italy in 1931 at a convention of ecologists.[1] On this day, animal life in all its forms is celebrated, and special events are planned on locations all over the globe. The 4th of October was originally chosen for World Animal Day because it is the feast day of Francis of Assisi, a nature lover and patron saint of animals and the environment. Numerous churches throughout the world observe the Sunday closest to October the 4th with a Blessing for the Animals.

However, World Animal Day has now gone beyond being the celebration of a Christian saint and is today observed by animal-lovers of all beliefs, nationalities and backgrounds. Animal blessings are held in churches, synagogues, and by independent Animal Chaplains in parks and fields.[2] Animal rescue shelters hold fundraising events and open days, wildlife groups organize information displays, schools undertake animal-related project work and individuals and groups of friends or co-workers donate to animal charities or pledge to sponsor a shelter animal.

In Argentina it is celebrated on April 29 as a tribute to the death (in 1926) of Dr. Lucas Ignacio Albarracín. Albarracín was, along with Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, one of the founders of the Sociedad Argentina Protectora de Animales (Argentine Society of Protection of Animals) and the proponent of the National Law on Protection of Animals (No. 2786).[3][4]

Green beans chicken wing rice dish!

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Aatos Beck © 11-09-2012

Hot chicken legged Pasta!

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Aatos Beck © 13-08-2012

Tarly Chicken Curry!

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I prepare the food at 160 degrees Celsius to preserve the natural balance off vitamins & sugar counts that become higher even by a slight change of going to 180. It may be will take a half hour longer, but the taste will be more tasteful.

Aatos Beck © 26-05-2012

French bread, burger,chickenfilet vegetable Delight!

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Make a meal off barbecue left overs. You’ll need these ingredients:

2 Burgers
2 Chicken filets
2 French bread pistolettes
1 tbl.sp Sambal
A bit of Soya (ketjap) sauce
200 gr soup vegetables

And that’s it… enjoy like I surely will 🙂

Aatos Beck © 04-04-2012