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mrmom

whats for tea tonight?

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today in the mom household it is fairly dull tea as its hot and i cant be arsed

lamb steaks with mint sauce (homemade) crispy potato skins with cheese and a great big salad

whats for tea in your house

mom

xxxxx

:yep: ta for the forum joolz :spliff:

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second post in the cookery forum woohoo! B)

whats for tea? er dont know yet ...i have new potatoes and chives so potato salad is looking likely...with a green salad? ...and er, i might get a bit of fish and rub in some spices (chillies and something else?) and pan fry ....

well its a start :oldtoker:

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Don't know what we're having tonight yet but last night we had a fantastic red curry and some stir fried tofu with ginger and shoyu :unsure:

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3rd post in new forum :oldtoker:

Edited by felix_dzerjinski
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I'm having chicken with black bean sauce (no i never made it) and noodles ...yummy

I need to spend some time learning to cook really........one day :oldtoker:

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I got a small steak from the freezer on the way out to work this morning.

Some new potatoes, some lettuce and some tomatoes (all from the garden) will go nicely with that :oldtoker:

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Im having a flung together combination of what is lurking in the fridge so it is based on Potato salad

Potato salad with diced Orkney cheese, Jalapeno humus, extra spring onions, chopped honey roast Ham and half a tin of

sweetcorn.

Hmmmmmmmm

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Pasta bake for me...

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QUICK STIR FRY

chicken onion pakchoi beensprouts

orange juice garlic dollop of black bean sauce squeeze of lime

small bowl rice

takes about 5mins

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snadge's perfect rice.

put rice in pan and wash and rinse with cold water several times, whilst doing this boil the kettle with plenty of water.

when kettle has boiled drain off cold water from rice in pan.

cover rice with plenty of boiling water and I mean plenty.

Bring to boil stir and cover, boil for 4/5 mins, stir, drain and leave pan covered, stand for 7-15 mins, depending on desired "flufiness".

hey presto perfect rice.

It also saves energy.

Edited by snadge

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QUICK STIR FRY

chicken onion pakchoi beensprouts

orange juice garlic dollop of black bean sauce squeeze of lime

small bowl rice

takes about 5mins

stir fry here too :(

bean sprouts, egg noodles, baby sweet corn, mushrooms, peas, strips of pork and a chilli and ginger sauce all washed down with a couple of bottles of hobgoblin :rofl:

could eat it again now as well, in fact i might go and do another wok full :rofl:

Edited by Joolz

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Sounds excellent joolz

I cant do pork

hobgoblin lovely

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Me and Mr HH are having sliced chicken breasts with bacon and mozzarella in a tomato and herb marinade/sauce with spicy Spanish potatoes (Mrs Hippy style) and salad - takes about an hour - but lovely!

Peace!

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Spanish potatoes

Could you expand a wee bit on the Spanish potatoes Mrs please??....they sound delish'

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Spanish potatoes

Could you expand a wee bit on the Spanish potatoes Mrs please??....they sound delish'

You need a pack of new potatoes - whatever takes your fancy. Slice them - not too thin and boil them for about 10-15 mins.

Heat in a hot oven proof dish/tin add a generous amount of extra virgin olive oil,

sliced garlic

a good shake of medium curry powder

a very generous amount of Lea & Perrins tomato & herb marinade

a couple of squirts of tomato puree

any herbs that take your fancy - depending on what meat your doing it with

Add the boiled potatoes to the hot mixture and coat - and cook until crispy!

Even my kids love these potatoes and they are really fussy normally. They also go great with pan fried pork cooked in sage served with veg. Just makes a change from chips, roast, boiled, mashed, etc.

Good luck and I hope you like them!

Peace!

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They sound mega Mrs. Hippy....thanks for sharing :)

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