What's for DINNER tonight then? Page 5

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  • BravoGolf Moderator 31 Aug 2009 20:04:02 12,740 posts
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    smoothpete wrote:
    That chicken cooked in coke thing was delicious, I'd recommend it. here's the recipe. I simmered it for longer than it says, probably 40 minutes. There's another one for cooking a ham in coke so I'm going to give that a go

    Wow, awesome, I'll deffo try it. Is it sweet?

    I'm having steak, home made wedges and spicy onions
  • Metalfish 31 Aug 2009 20:05:24 8,798 posts
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    Probably stir fry here. Unless I do mash instead, but I don't have anything good to go with that.
  • smoothpete 31 Aug 2009 20:08:11 31,371 posts
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    BravoGolf wrote:
    smoothpete wrote:
    That chicken cooked in coke thing was delicious, I'd recommend it. here's the recipe. I simmered it for longer than it says, probably 40 minutes. There's another one for cooking a ham in coke so I'm going to give that a go

    Wow, awesome, I'll deffo try it. Is it sweet?
    Kind of, not as sweet as I thought it would be. It's almost like a chinese barbeque sauce. It's very easy too which is a bonus
  • BinaryBob101 31 Aug 2009 20:09:15 22,371 posts
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    BravoGolf wrote:
    smoothpete wrote:
    That chicken cooked in coke thing was delicious, I'd recommend it. here's the recipe. I simmered it for longer than it says, probably 40 minutes. There's another one for cooking a ham in coke so I'm going to give that a go

    Wow, awesome, I'll deffo try it. Is it sweet?

    I'm having steak, home made wedges and spicy onions

    It is sweet yeah. but the vinegar balances it out nicely. It's really good with a bit of julienned red chilli over the top at the end.

    Beautiful tender beings.

  • BravoGolf Moderator 31 Aug 2009 20:20:33 12,740 posts
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    The widget on the left is excellent too :)
  • PhoenixFlames 31 Aug 2009 20:21:49 8,900 posts
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    King Prawn Stir Fry.

    King Prawns, mange tout, baby corn, ginger, garlic, chilli, ground nut oil, spicy sezchaun (sp?) sauce, Sharwoods Egg Noodles 'tossed' in soy sauce after their cooked.

    Yum yums!

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  • PhoenixFlames 1 Sep 2009 13:40:08 8,900 posts
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    My go again!

    Duck leg with mash and cabbage

    Color the duck leg (not breast because it costs about 1M)* in the pan with butter then in the oven to finish off, served with buttery mash and steamed (again buttery) cabbage. Yum Yums!

    Perhaps some gravy but undecided about gravy and duck.

    *May be an exaggeration.

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  • BinaryBob101 1 Sep 2009 13:45:43 22,371 posts
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    Once the duck comes out pour out the fat and save it for roast potatoes, add a little white wine and a small amount of orange juice to the pan on a hot flame and deglaze, while the duck is resting. Season and reduce by two thirds then whisk in a couple of knobs of butter to thicken it a bit. Pour over the jus/gravy/whatever. Bloody great!

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  • PhoenixFlames 1 Sep 2009 13:47:35 8,900 posts
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    BinaryBob101 wrote:
    Once the duck comes out, add a little white wine and a small amount of orange juice to the pan on a hot flame, while the duck is resting. Season and reduce by two thirds then whisk in a couple of knobs of butter to thicken it a bit. Pour over the jus/gravy/whatever. Bloody great!

    Sounds good. I take it you mean squeeze a fresh orange? Do you think that's gonna go with mash and cabbage though?

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  • BinaryBob101 1 Sep 2009 13:51:41 22,371 posts
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    Yeah, it'll go fine. The orange flavour will be a background note once it's reduced with the wine and it's cuts through the fatty duck a treat.

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  • TechnoHippy 1 Sep 2009 13:52:28 14,698 posts
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    Orange gravy goes lovely with potatoes.

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  • smoothpete 6 Sep 2009 10:28:45 31,371 posts
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    I'm going to make that gammon cooked in coke recipe today, what can I use as an alternative to ground chipotle chili? Because I doubt I'll be able to find that. Chipotle is smoked jalapeno so I was thinking maybe mixing chili powder with smoked paprika?
  • smoothpete 13 Sep 2009 16:06:08 31,371 posts
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    I made a recipe yesterday from that Levi Roots - caribbean food made easy TV show. This one, pepperpot stew with spillers dumplings. It was seriously delicious and I'm having more of it today.
  • BinaryBob101 13 Sep 2009 16:11:05 22,371 posts
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    Sounds good, but I'm not a fan of pumpkin, or sweet potato really.

    Today Roast Garlic Chicken with Roast Meditteranean Vegetables.

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  • faux_carnation 15 Sep 2009 19:31:31 9,092 posts
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    Courgette, ricotta, roasted pepper and chickpea filo pie.

    OM NOM NOM

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  • Jeepers 15 Sep 2009 19:39:01 13,173 posts
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    Red Mullet with chilli, parsley, tomatoes, garlic and spaghetti

    Boil 6 pints of water with 2 tbsp of salt. When boiling, add the spaghetti and cook for 5 mins or until al dente.

    Fillet the Mulllet and cut into 2cm wide strips, leaving the skin on. Heat some olive oil and fry the fish for three minutes, skin-side down. Turn over and fry the flesh for a minute. Season with salt and pepper.

    Add the finely chopped chilli and garlic and leave for 30 seconds. Add the roughly chopped plum tomatoes and leave for another 30 secs. Add a large handful of finely chopped parsley.

    Drain the spaghetti into a warmed mixing bowl, chuck everything from the pan in with it (making sure to scrape up all the bits that stick to the pan) and shake it up a bit until the fish starts to break up.

    Serve on a plate with more chopped parsley and a drizzle of decent olive oil.

    Eat with a cold glass of Sancerre.

    It was fucking lush!
  • mcmonkeyplc 21 Sep 2009 16:28:05 39,388 posts
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    Hello good people of EG foodings.

    I want to make a Thai Red curry tonight, however I do not have any coconut milk....can I substitute it with normal milk?

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  • jonsaan 21 Sep 2009 16:31:05 25,326 posts
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    Well you could but I don't think it will taste very thai like. Jungle curry is the one without cocnut milk.

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  • JuanKerr 21 Sep 2009 16:31:41 36,209 posts
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    Sustitute it with man milk.
  • jonsaan 21 Sep 2009 16:31:41 25,326 posts
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    Voila

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  • mcmonkeyplc 21 Sep 2009 16:32:53 39,388 posts
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    jonsaan wrote:
    Well you could but I don't think it will taste very thai like. Jungle curry is the one without cocnut milk.

    How about if I add chilli powder after adding the milk...or maybe more curry paste?

    I just dont want it to be bland. If it'll make the curry bland then I guess I'm not making curry tonight :(



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  • smoothpete 21 Sep 2009 16:35:14 31,371 posts
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    Just go out and get some coconut milk. I wouldn't substitute it with anything. It's nothing like actual milk
  • jonsaan 21 Sep 2009 16:35:59 25,326 posts
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    Or make Thai Jungle curry.

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  • mcmonkeyplc 21 Sep 2009 16:36:05 39,388 posts
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    Can I get some for 1.40 i.e the contents of my wallet?

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  • mcmonkeyplc 21 Sep 2009 16:36:20 39,388 posts
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    jonsaan wrote:
    Or make Thai Jungle curry.

    How is this done?

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  • smoothpete 21 Sep 2009 16:36:37 31,371 posts
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    Yes. Any halal shop with have 10 different varieties
  • jonsaan 21 Sep 2009 16:36:39 25,326 posts
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    Follow my Voila link above sir.

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  • craigy Staff 21 Sep 2009 16:37:23 7,542 posts
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    Burgurrrrrrz.
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