Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

Photo of your dinner (Vol 3)

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red_slr

12,481 posts

153 months

Monday 22nd February
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Another curry in the Ninja over the weekend. Still amazes me how quick you can cook up a decent meal in this thing.


Melman Giraffe

6,633 posts

182 months

Monday 22nd February
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Tonight we are having chicken and apricot Tagine which I prepped and lunch time



I also have some left over portuguese custard tarts l made yesterday




21TonyK

8,111 posts

173 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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Really not my thing but thought I'd give it a go.

Cauliflower rice with confit tandoori chickpeas. actually not that bad!


thebraketester

10,954 posts

102 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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Crispy chilli beef

craigjm

12,048 posts

164 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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21TonyK said:
Really not my thing but thought I'd give it a go.

Cauliflower rice with confit tandoori chickpeas. actually not that bad!

What’s the recipe Tony? I’m interested to try cauliflower rice

thebraketester

10,954 posts

102 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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Cauliflower rice is really good. Highly recommend it.

21TonyK

8,111 posts

173 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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craigjm said:
What’s the recipe Tony? I’m interested to try cauliflower rice
Grate a cauliflower (not the stems) then blanch in heavily salted water. Thats the basics. I then let it steam dry and fried with pre fried onions, curry powder, turmeric and finely chopped chilli.

Was okay. not the same as rice but a nice enough side to the chickpeas. Wouldn't avoid it but would rather some nicely cooked rice.

Trying a semi-keto diet for a month to see if it helps with meds etc

thebraketester

10,954 posts

102 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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We bake ours Tony. Takes about 30mins, and it imparts a nice roast flavour. Turmeric, salts and sometimes cashews.

21TonyK

8,111 posts

173 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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thebraketester said:
We bake ours Tony. Takes about 30mins, and it imparts a nice roast flavour. Turmeric, salts and sometimes cashews.
Sounds like an idea, oil/medium high oven?

thebraketester

10,954 posts

102 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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Yep drizzle of oil, sorry I forgot about that. 200ish. Give it a little mix half way. Works great with katsu curry.

Martin350

3,583 posts

159 months

Wednesday 24th February
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When I do cauliflower rice I blitz the cauli in a processor then mix it in a big bowl with a drizzle of oil and large pinches of ground cumin, ground coriander and a dash of chilli powder, spread it on a lined baking tray and grill it for about 12 minutes, mixing it up half way, until it's just starting to brown.

Audis5b9

287 posts

36 months

Wednesday 24th February
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thebraketester said:


Crispy chilli beef
Yum! Crispy beef is my favourite but have still yet to find the perfect recipe... Mind sharing yours?

thebraketester

10,954 posts

102 months

Wednesday 24th February
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Sure. Here you go. I actually prefer this to the takeaway versions.


dickymint

19,293 posts

222 months

Wednesday 24th February
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Lancashire Hotpot with extra lamb (chops)




Audis5b9

287 posts

36 months

Thursday 25th February
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Sous vide duck & egg, noodles, cavolo nero and broth


oddman

979 posts

216 months

Thursday 25th February
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Audis5b9 said:
Sous vide duck & egg, noodles, cavolo nero and broth
That's inspired

duck<-> cavolo nero <-> chinese

Like it.

oddman

979 posts

216 months

Friday 26th February
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Seared haunch of Roe
Pommes Dauphinoise

Audis5b9

287 posts

36 months

Saturday 27th February
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oddman said:


Seared haunch of Roe
Pommes Dauphinoise
Food looks alright, but how was the '95 plonk!?

Edited by Audis5b9 on Saturday 27th February 18:23

h0b0

5,610 posts

160 months

Saturday 27th February
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Ladies and gentlemen.... I give you the Pork Cupcake.






The thing is huge. I’m a big eater but my “slice” was about a quarter of it. Tasted fantastic. House smells good to.

oddman

979 posts

216 months

Saturday 27th February
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Audis5b9 said:
Food looks alright, but how was the '95 plonk!?
Somebody noticed the photobombing bottle wink It was magnificent. Out of my price league and comfortably the best claret I've had (previous best being Smith Haut Lafitte, Kirwan, Chasse Spleen).

A gift from someone I helped out in around 1998. Kept it for a suitable occasion (retirement)

The deer was shot by a mate so I only had to pay for the spuds!