What's for DINNER tonight then? Page 54

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  • Armoured_Bear 21 Nov 2013 18:35:46 10,158 posts
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    DaM wrote:
    Currently working through a bowl of this.

    That's a good site for SE Asian recipes Ecosse. The woman that does it is a babe too.
    Looks very interesting DaM, thanks a lot.
    Double drooling...

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  • DaM 21 Nov 2013 18:45:26 12,877 posts
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    She's married with child I think...but I've been getting tips from GiarcYekruB.
  • challenge_hanukkah 21 Nov 2013 19:53:42 54 posts
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    quadfather wrote:
    I know! But it'll taste better than sick hopefully
    Did it end up tasting better than it looked?
  • Armoured_Bear 21 Nov 2013 20:14:20 10,158 posts
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    DaM wrote:
    She's married with child I think...but I've been getting tips from GiarcYekruB.
    and you're not wearing her by now?
    He's been holding back the good stuff :)

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  • Armoured_Bear 21 Nov 2013 20:14:52 10,158 posts
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    Turned out pretty decent...



    Edited by Armoured_Bear at 20:15:38 21-11-2013

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  • wobbly_Bob 21 Nov 2013 20:20:11 1,559 posts
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    @Armoured_Bear - looks very nice! Cool dinner. I normally don't make anything elaborate in the week, too tired by the end of the week so extra kudos!
  • Armoured_Bear 21 Nov 2013 20:21:57 10,158 posts
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    wobbly_Bob wrote:
    @Armoured_Bear - looks very nice! Cool dinner. I normally don't make anything elaborate in the week, too tired by the end of the week so extra kudos!
    Thanks mate, I sort of cheated by using a ready made paste (Mae Ploy FTW) so it wasn't that much work, an hour or so and as I made for 4, tomorrow's lunch is ready :-)

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  • beastmaster 4 Feb 2014 18:56:02 11,102 posts
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    pierogi the size of Cornish pasties. And lots of them!

    The Resident Evil films. I'm one of the reasons they keep making them.

  • THFourteen 14 Mar 2014 18:55:31 32,748 posts
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    One of my favourites tonight

    Chop and fry in some olive oil : garlic, fresh chilli, chorizo, mushrooms and mange tout

    Add fresh brown tagliatelle and toss in some green pesto.

    Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and freshly ground black pepper

    Cooking time roughly 15mins.
  • superbob85 14 Mar 2014 18:57:36 1,659 posts
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    Horrific at cooking so dominos on the cards I think.
  • BillMurray 14 Mar 2014 19:01:08 7,584 posts
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    beastmaster wrote:
    pierogi the size of Cornish pasties. And lots of them!
    What sort of filling?
  • el_pollo_diablo 28 Mar 2014 12:06:45 2,058 posts
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    "Turkey twizzler buried in a black olive soil. Served brusquely, with implied inconvenience."

    Masterchef Menu Generator

    Edited by el_pollo_diablo at 12:07:09 28-03-2014
  • OptimusPube 1 Jun 2014 21:28:03 2,898 posts
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    Bacon banjos are the best.

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    You better beware.
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  • Tom_Servo 8 Jun 2014 18:21:26 17,070 posts
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    Chickpea, carrot and orange pittas. Very nice. Recipe from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Veg Every Day (that was VEG). Great cookbook, never fails. Loads of interesting stuff.

    Very easy to make as well. Fry off some cumin seeds for a couple of minutes, in with some carrot slices for 10 minutes. After that put in some orange zest, garlic, smoked paprika and the chickpeas until the chickpeas are hot. Off the heat, then some salt, pepper and a squeeze of the orange juice. Into the warmed pitta breads with some soured cream in there too.

    Tasty.
  • superbob85 8 Jun 2014 18:24:22 1,659 posts
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    Roast chicken fajitas for me with a splash of nandos medium sauce.
  • Malek86 8 Jun 2014 18:29:00 216 posts
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    I'm gonna try something different tonight: chili beans with rice, emmer and barley.
  • B0rked_Gamer 8 Jun 2014 18:31:02 2,435 posts
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    pins
  • BillMurray 8 Jun 2014 18:32:47 7,584 posts
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    Wasabi peas.
  • THFourteen 8 Jun 2014 18:50:23 32,748 posts
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    Chicken Pasta:

    Recipe:

    Fry in olive oil, 1 Onion + 1 Courgette + Spoonful of dried chilli mix from italy
    Add Chicken, salt + pepper and 3 chopped cloves garlic and fry a bit more
    Add 1.5 tins tomato, chopped tenderstem broccoli, mixed herbs, 1 oxo cube, squirt of tomato puree, dash of tabasco and some water

    Simmer for 45-60 mins

    about 340 calories per serving, + pasta. Yum.

    Edited by THFourteen at 19:59:13 08-06-2014
  • jablonski 8 Jun 2014 19:12:59 2,749 posts
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    Bread roll with ham and cheese
  • PES_Fanboy 8 Jun 2014 19:58:53 12,978 posts
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    Beef cheek casserole. Yummers.
  • President_Weasel 8 Jun 2014 20:05:17 8,868 posts
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    Chorizo and chickpea stew from this recipe; I didn't have any cumin seed so I just used cumin. Also I threw some quartered fresh tomatoes in for the last minute or so of the frying, because I had some. Nice easy recipe, only took about 20 minutes.
    I added parsley as suggested, because I had some, but I've never really seen the point of it - the taste isn't spectacular, and I'm pretty sure it's not worth the money or the bother or the slightly difficult to chew bits of parsley, just to have a green sprinkle on your stew and go "look, I garnished it". I reckon sticking some baby spinach in for the last couple of minutes ought to work nicely if I make it again.

    Incidentally I still cannot get used to the arse-backwards way Eurogamer does links.
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