Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Cooking with Dog

No, no...I'm not cooking dogs or anything funky like that. I'm referring to my favorite cooking series on YouTube. The "host" is a poodle with a bad accent named Francis. Francis narrates the cooking segment as a lady stands next to him doing the actual cooking. If you haven't seen it before, check it out. It's pretty entertaining.





Francis inspired me to make my own croquettes. I didn't have the exact ingredients so I altered the recipe. Instead of the ground beef and pork, I used leftover grilled salmon that I flaked up. The potato patties were a bit soft but held up surprisingly well during frying.



These were good but next time I'm going by the recipe and using ground pork and beef. I bet chopped up ham would be really good too or mixed veggies if you didn't want to use meat.

5 comments:

K and S said...

I've seen this video on someone else's blog before, funny stuff!

I'm sure ham would be nice in this!

Bob said...

I hadn't seen the video before, that's pretty good. The croquettes look awesome!

pixen said...

CWTD is also my favourite Channel :-) She made it so easy and quite fast with her preparation as well. What am worried was the dog next to the stove and all...:-D

Marisa @All in Good Food said...

I love Cooking With Dog too. Francis is so cute. These croquettes are similar to the potato pancakes I make only I don't roll them in bread crumbs and deep fry them. I will have to ry it. I usually use ground turkey or scredded baked chicken. I'm inspired now.

Pocky said...

Hi Pixen! I often wonder how they get Francis the dog to sit so still by that stove too. lol :)

Marisa - These croquettes were a great way to use up leftovers. Ground turkey sounds good!!

Thanks everyone for dropping by. I appreciate it. :)