The Rancher's Cookbook 3: Never Use a Messy Recipe

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The Rancher's Cookbook 3: Never Use a Messy Recipe

Postby bobschicken » Tue Sep 19, 2017 5:24 pm

Welcome to the Rancher's Cookbook, if you haven't been around to experience the last two, here's the rules. (More like guidelines)


The point of this is to make Recipes that could be made by ranchers in the Far Far Range with local ingredients. You may add some Earth-Imported stuff, like basic ingredients. and get creative! to help, i'll add in the amazing guide made by Awesomerainbew.

HappyRainbew wrote:Possible ingredients reference:

Key:
- Taste/texture
- What earthling food it is most similar to
- Popular in (made up for a lot of these don't hate plz)

~ FRUITS ~

Pogofruits:
- Taste: juicy, sweet, airy
- Most similar to: peach
- Popular in: eaten on its own!

Mint mangoes:
- Taste: minty, cool, syrupy, extremely sweet
- Most similar to: mango
- Popular in: smoothies

Cuberries:
- Taste: delicate, sweet
- Most similar to: strawberry
- Popular in: cakes and pies

Prickle Pear:
- Taste: bittersweet, spiny
- Most similar to: pear
- Popular in: Not the most popular actually, more exotic, only slimes seem to like it really

~ VEGGIES ~

Carrot:
- Taste: sweet, crunchy
- Most similar to: carrot (how did you guess?)
- Popular in: Cooked on it's own, eaten raw, in healthy smoothies

Heart beet:
- Taste: juicy, sweet, almost like a fruit
- Most similar to: beet or plum
- Popular in: Any veggie mix, sometimes cooked or in a salad

Oca oca:
- Taste: soury, plain, much better cooked with salt or another spice
- Most similar to: oca (wow I didn't expect that)
- Popular in: hashbrowns!

Odd onion:
- Taste: a little different every time
- Most similar to: onion
- Popular in: usually only on the side of something, it's risky to cook with this

Silver parsnip:
- Taste: metallic, good source of minerals and vitamins
- Most similar to: parsnip
- Popular in: as a cut up spice, very healthy

~ MEATS ~

Hen Hen:
- Taste: plump, sweet and salty
- Most similar to: chicken
- Popular in: cooked whole usually, but only for a big event

Stony Hen:
- Taste: very similar to a hen hen, more hearty and gamey
- Most similar to: chicken
- Popular in: not very popular, hen hens are usually preferred over this chicken

Briar Hen:
- Taste: again, similar to a hen hen, but more sweet and gamey
- Most similar to: Carl
- Popular in: ditto to stoney hen (I'm lazy)

Roostro:
- Taste: gamey, suprisingly different from a hen hen
- Most similar to: Rooster, duck
- Popular in: Only eaten as a delicacy, popular for a party or a feast

Fish fish:
- Taste: about as salty as I am when I fall into the slime sea (why did I write this)
- Most similar to: Fish
- Popular in: stews, soups, sometimes eaten plain

~ PLORTS ~

Puddle plort:
- Taste: watery, clear
- Most similar to: water
- Popular in: baking, also if you add about 1 cup of water to a pot of water, and put a few drops of water on top, then throw it all away and eat a puddle plort before it dissipates in your hand then it tastes good

Honey plort:
- Taste: very sweet, sugary, very addictive
- Most similar to: honey
- Popular in: Pour it on anything and it tastes awesome, but that's considered cheating with rancher cooking. Adds a nice touch on a dessert or a slice of bread

Pink plort:
- Taste: basically like eating an artificial sugar packet
- Most similar to: hard to describe it, it's more like a chemical/sugar that makes food taste better
- Popular in: sweets, candies

~ EXPERIMENTAL FOODS ~
(these haven't been completely classified as a food and are still being eaten and taste tested)

- Boom plort: when just a tiny bit is used, the food will taste much more intense, not necessarily spicier, more as some ranchers say- "explosiony"
- Meteor plort: this plort on the other hand, causes foods to become super spicy
- Mushrooms: found all over the world, particually in the moss blanket and in caves
- Wheat: none has been found growing in the overgrowth or anywhere else slimey, currently only exists on earth, is useful in many situations though

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made this just for fun, and also so people don't have to look in the slimepedia and open up the game
btw this is an awesome post, i was waiting for someone to make a post like this



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Re: The Rancher's Cookbook 3: Never Use a Messy Recipe

Postby zm78 » Tue Sep 19, 2017 9:20 pm

spicecream:
ingredients:
50 meteor plorts,
20 boom plorts,
5 stony hens,
60 honey plorts,
5 prickle pears,
and 1 cup of wheat.
method:
compress the meteor and boom plorts together and blend for 3 minutes,
then roast the stony hens until black,
add honey plorts to the blender and blend for 6 minutes,
after that add the wheat, prickle pears, stony hens then blend for 1 minute,
serve with 50 litres of milk and enjoy!
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Re: The Rancher's Cookbook 3: Never Use a Messy Recipe

Postby zm78 » Tue Sep 19, 2017 9:21 pm

sourslimes:
ingredients:
200 pink plorts,
500 boom plorts,
600 honey plorts,
60 cups of wheat,
and 60 briar hens.
method:
just compress all the ingredients into a cube, bake for 50 minutes and enjoy!
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Re: The Rancher's Cookbook 3: Never Use a Messy Recipe

Postby zm78 » Tue Sep 19, 2017 9:31 pm

sweets:
ingredients:
2 pink plorts,
3 honey plorts,
1 puddle plort,
and 4 pogofruits.
method:
blend all the ingredients into a paste make cube shapes and bake for 1 hour,
makes 60 sweets.
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Re: The Rancher's Cookbook 3: Never Use a Messy Recipe

Postby Naybob » Wed Sep 20, 2017 10:04 pm

Cuberry Slime Cake:
--Ingredients--
Ten Pink Plorts
One Cup of Melted Honey Plorts
Twenty Cuberrys
Hen Hen Eggs
Flour
Fire Slime
--Steps--
Mix pink plorts, flour with cracked hen hen eggs and beat untill smooth.
Mix Honey plort with Cuberrys and pour into the mixture above.
Bake for 30 minutes with fire slime.
--Eating--
FReUd tOO boB oK?.
--Notes--
Make sure no
t to eat the fire slime!
And don't forget to remove it!
Don't put whole eggs in...
Don't feed it to bo- FfUEdE iT's TU BoB oKS?
Make surer the eggs won't hatch!!!
If the do then your horrible...
To melt a honey plort crack it open and put it in a incinerator!
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Re: The Rancher's Cookbook 3: Never Use a Messy Recipe

Postby CrookHookGames » Fri Sep 22, 2017 6:41 am

Jolly Jelly

--Ingredients--
3 honey plorts
1 pink plort
2 pogofruits
1 cuberry
2 pepper jam
3 wild honey
1 royal jelly

--Steps--
1. Put all ingredients in a large bowl
2. Mash all ingredients into a jelly-like goo
3. Mix well for 5 minutes
4. Put in jars

--Taste--
.Tangy and sweet
.Great with toast

--Makes--
Approximately 5 to 8 jars
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Re: The Rancher's Cookbook 3: Never Use a Messy Recipe

Postby Raxel920 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:54 pm

DA CAKE WILL END UP CRAZY


Mango Mints

Warning: A generic stovetop will likely not be able to get this to high enough temperatures. You may want to use a Fire Plort oven.

1 Mint Mango
3 Honey Plorts
1 Pink Plort
1 Puddle Plort

Mash the Mint Mago, then mix all together and boil mixture. Wait until it reaches ~300 F, then pour into a mold. Wait for it to cool, then pop out and eat:
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