The McWorkers Resistance Cook Book

Submitted by Steven. on September 15, 2010

McDonalds food is shit and really boring. Here’s a couple of recipes you may want to try:

Sweet and sour stir fry (vegan)

A delicious simple to prepare sauce with an Oriental flavour.

You will need:
1 pancake mixing bowl, or if you don’t have one a large metal pot.
One grill
One grill spatula
An egg spatula from breakfast equipment
A Tomato slicer

A few drops of shortening
1 and a half tomatoes
2 handfuls of diced fresh onions
10 sweet and sour sauce portions 6 sachets of pepper 3 sachets of salt

Method: Place the shortening in the metal container and leave on the grill until it heats/ cools to a steady temperature. Slice the tomatoes and then dice/ puree with the grill spatula. Add the fresh onions to the shortening and sauté (shallow fry), keep the onions moving with the egg spatula and when they are sautéed (slightly brown) add the diced tomatoes and continue to fry lightly while mixing well with the egg spatula. After a few minutes add the sweet and sour sauce and continue to heat while mixing well, add the salt and pepper and heat for five minutes stirring continuously.

Serving suggestion: Serve with chopped product of your choice, i.e. vedgie patties, chicken patties (not vegan!) and salad made from tomato and lettuce.

Pizza Italiano (vegetarian)

Add a Mediterranean flavour to your cuisine with this delicious Italian style pizza.

You will need:
One bun toaster
One fillet steamer
One small pot
A grill spatula

One bun (ideally one of those dodgy ‘Italian style’ buns they do from time to time, but failing that a reg bun will do)
2 slices of cheese
1 tomato
A sprinkle of fresh onions
2 sachet’s pepper

Method: Dice the cheese into the smallest pieces possible with the grill spatula and do the same with the tomato after you have sliced it. Next, squirt a little ketchup into a small pot, add the diced tomatoes and mix well with the ketchup while pureeing the tomato. Add a sachet of pepper and mix it into the tomato sauce. Alter the compression on the bun toaster (or just use a small stack of trays) so that it will slightly flatten the bun when you toast it. Toast the bun for about 20 seconds. Spread some of the tomato sauce on the toasted bun, sprinkle on half the cheese, then add the onion before sprinkling on the remainder of the cheese. Sprinkle the second sachet of pepper across the top and place on the fillet steamer for 30 seconds. Hey presto, one mini pizza. You can make as many as you want, try experimenting with different toppings.

Got some tomato sauce left over? why not make these delicious bruschetta!

Bruschetta (vegan)

Fresh onions
4 sachets of pepper
1 sachet of salt
tomato sauce left over from pizzas
2 regular bun heels

Method: fry the onions as if for ‘sweet & sour stir fry’, then add the tomato sauce. Heat over grill while stirring continuously, add the salt and pepper. Toast the bun heels for 45 seconds. Then spread the tomato and onion sauce on the toasted bread.

Coming soon: curried dishes with the spicy exotic taste of the sub-continent.