Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

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thetoxicnerve

23,726 posts

138 months

Thursday 19th November 2020
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Corrrrrrrrrr yum

Gone a bit AMG

4,137 posts

158 months

Friday 20th November 2020
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Burwood said:
AMG did you make that?

Edited by Burwood on Thursday 19th November 22:56
Yes

illmonkey

13,617 posts

159 months

Friday 20th November 2020
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Mexican lasagna, winter warmer for sure


craigjm

11,413 posts

161 months

Friday 20th November 2020
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illmonkey said:
Mexican lasagna, winter warmer for sure

What on earth is Mexican lasagne?

whoami

13,042 posts

201 months

Friday 20th November 2020
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craigjm said:
What on earth is Mexican lasagne?
Plenty of recipes for it out there.

Blown2CV

24,546 posts

164 months

Friday 20th November 2020
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whoami said:
craigjm said:
What on earth is Mexican lasagne?
Plenty of recipes for it out there.
i'm gonna guess at normal lasagne but with cumin in it or something?

Jambo85

2,130 posts

49 months

Saturday 21st November 2020
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Blown2CV said:
whoami said:
craigjm said:
What on earth is Mexican lasagne?
Plenty of recipes for it out there.
i'm gonna guess at normal lasagne but with cumin in it or something?
Or - given the round dish - tortillas instead of pasta sheets!?

illmonkey

13,617 posts

159 months

Saturday 21st November 2020
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Jambo85 said:
Blown2CV said:
whoami said:
craigjm said:
What on earth is Mexican lasagne?
Plenty of recipes for it out there.
i'm gonna guess at normal lasagne but with cumin in it or something?
Or - given the round dish - tortillas instead of pasta sheets!?
Kind of and yes. It’s fajita mix to cheat and tortillas.

Actually really nice and a bit different from fajitas or lasagna

Martin350

3,463 posts

156 months

Saturday 21st November 2020
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A work colleague posted a couple of photos on Instagram last week with what I thought looked an interesting and tasty dinner, so I had a go at recreating it.

Chicken and bacon loaded fries, or something, sans recipe!

I marinated chicken chunks in lemon juice, honey, soy sauce, ginger, garlic and olive oil and later slow fried them.
I fried off some chopped bacon.
I also lightly fried finely chopped red onion, spring onion, green, red, orange and yellow pepper.
I baked some oven fries, then tossed it all together in a big bowl, put it on a lined baking tray, topped it with toasted sesame seeds, grated cheddar and chopped chives and baked for another ten minutes.

The portions look a little small but I had also made some fresh orange sauce to have with ice cream and Lotus Biscoffs for dessert, so it just was fine.
I'm writing that down as I'll definitely do that one again!





Edited by Martin350 on Saturday 21st November 23:22

sleepezy

1,097 posts

195 months

Saturday 21st November 2020
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I'll be honest the nutritional value was nil, and the difficulty factor low. But I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Martin350

3,463 posts

156 months

Saturday 21st November 2020
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sleepezy said:
But I thoroughly enjoyed it.
That's really all that matters!

And it looks great to me, I'd enjoy that! yes

Morvan

112 posts

35 months

Sunday 22nd November 2020
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JKRolling said:
Made a proper ‘stick to your ribs’ beef bourguignon tonight.

For those of you that like a bourguignon sauce, here is a dish I like at home and in restos in Burgundy - Oeufs en Meurette. Eggs poached in a red wine sauce, ignore the fancy recipes on the internet just make a decent bourguignon sauce and poach your eggs in it. Usually served as a starter though plenty of my neighbours in the little hamlets serve it for breakfast with jugs of pinot noir. The croutons are panfried in plenty of garlic butter.


I used too many carrots in the second dish and the sauce wasn't thick enough but it tasted great.


Sammo123

1,573 posts

142 months

Sunday 22nd November 2020
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Made a chilli for dinner last night. I’m allergic to tomato so it’s a tomato free chilli. My Mum came round and had a bowl of it and flavour wise she couldn’t tell the difference smile


thebraketester

10,532 posts

99 months

Sunday 22nd November 2020
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Sadly no pics of the main course but...

Smoked trout pate



New York Juniors cheesecake


Aydogflipper

377 posts

127 months

Sunday 22nd November 2020
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Homemade chicken lasagna with some leftover pizza sauce from last night. Garlic bread sticks too. All home made including the lasagna pasta sheets. Not the most photogenic, but tasted great.



miniman

21,595 posts

223 months

Sunday 22nd November 2020
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7 hour Brisket


oddman

906 posts

213 months

Sunday 22nd November 2020
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Partridge Burgundy style with caramelised shallots

CharlesdeGaulle

15,181 posts

141 months

Sunday 22nd November 2020
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oddman said:


Partridge Burgundy style with caramelised shallots
No carbs?

oddman

906 posts

213 months

Monday 23rd November 2020
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CharlesdeGaulle said:
No carbs?
Spuds out of shot

Morvan

112 posts

35 months

Monday 23rd November 2020
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Tried to make an extra large single yorkshire pudding last night sadly it failed, we scoffed it though.



Roast potatoes were nice and crunchy.