What's for DINNER tonight then? Page 329

  • Nitrous 28 Nov 2019 21:04:45 1,876 posts
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    Lidl sweet bbq pork rib rack and some chips to go with them because I can't be bothered with much else at this time of night when the Mrs is on a late shift.

    Not bad in fairness and the meat falls of the bone.
  • mrpon 9 Dec 2019 17:17:10 35,741 posts
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    Hey cookers! What's the best pea for pea & ham soup? I've read about split peas, marrow-something etc.. I assume my frozen petit pois are not going to cut the mustard?!
  • thelzdking 9 Dec 2019 17:59:35 9,781 posts
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    I'd generally use dried split peas.
  • smoothpete 9 Dec 2019 18:43:26 36,328 posts
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    I just use frozen peas, usually turns out great
  • Load_2.0 9 Dec 2019 18:48:22 30,446 posts
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    I get my peas fliwn in from Napoli.
  • Decks Best Forumite, 2016 9 Dec 2019 18:54:14 22,213 posts
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    Its best to work the peas into a dough first.
  • fontgeeksogood 9 Dec 2019 21:59:54 8,342 posts
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    what's a pea dough
  • mrpon 9 Dec 2019 22:28:05 35,741 posts
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    So went with onion/garlic plus yellow split peas dowsed in the vat of stock I saved from the ham earlier in the week. Ended up too runny so emptied a bag of frozen peas too. Started with onion/garlic and added some sour cream too. Blitzed it with the blender and threw in the ham, sprinkled with chili flakes.

    Bloody delish.
  • smoothpete 10 Dec 2019 12:47:36 36,328 posts
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    I make pea soup quite often as it's something healthy I can make with stuff from the corner shop.

    Whole bag of peas (400g - 500g)
    Half an onion, finely chopped
    1 clove garlic, crushed
    1 veg stock cube
    Half teaspoon english mustard
    Salt & pepper
    Bit of olive oil

    Cook onion in oil till soft, add garlic, cook for a bit longer, add peas and mustard and just about cover with stock. You can add more later if it's too thick. It's easy to make it too runny. Simmer for 15 minutes then blend (I pour it into a smoothie maker. A hand blended is OK but takes a while and is annoying). Add salt and pepper. Done. Add a dash more stock if it needs it. Add ham or fried bacon bits at the end if you want, I don't think it needs it though.
  • quadfather 10 Dec 2019 14:12:33 35,503 posts
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    Mm that sounds good
  • sport 10 Dec 2019 14:15:40 15,489 posts
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    What do you do with any left over mustard?
  • JamboWayOh 10 Dec 2019 14:16:44 16,597 posts
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    Spread it round your nose of course.....am I doing it right?
  • Ror 11 Dec 2019 17:15:47 19,277 posts
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    This isn't for dinner (obviously; I'm not a maniac), but I thought I'd give sticky toffee pudding a go.



    Recipe I used omitted dates, but I thought I'd add some anyway, in both the cake and sauce (not a load though, who wants that).

    It sank a bit in the middle unfortunately, so I think it's probably going to be a bit dense, but fucking hell that sauce.
  • quadfather 11 Dec 2019 18:41:02 35,503 posts
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    Definitely chicken. And definitely something Mexican. That's as far as I've got.
  • JoeBlade 11 Dec 2019 19:12:59 4,588 posts
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    Ror wrote:
    This isn't for dinner (obviously; I'm not a maniac), but I thought I'd give sticky toffee pudding a go.



    Recipe I used omitted dates, but I thought I'd add some anyway, in both the cake and sauce (not a load though, who wants that).

    It sank a bit in the middle unfortunately, so I think it's probably going to be a bit dense, but fucking hell that sauce.
    Christ, that looks like something I've produced. Out of my bum.

    Beware ecosse, competitors are on the loose!

    Edit: or Mowgli for that matter.

    Edited by JoeBlade at 19:13:22 11-12-2019
  • Ror 11 Dec 2019 19:33:47 19,277 posts
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    If you're shitting out tasty desserts, there may be a place for you on Britain's Got Talent.
  • JoeBlade 11 Dec 2019 19:36:34 4,588 posts
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    Ror wrote:
    If you're shitting out tasty desserts, there may be a place for you on Britain's Got Talent.
    :D
  • quadfather 11 Dec 2019 20:06:53 35,503 posts
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    Hahaha
  • Ror 11 Dec 2019 21:40:09 19,277 posts
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    Anyway, with the comparisons with a slab of poo out of the way, here's a close-up.



    I don't want to be one of those arseholes that uses the word 'decadent' but... this might actually kill me.
  • Armoured_Bear 11 Dec 2019 21:58:23 27,867 posts
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    Ror wrote:
    Anyway, with the comparisons with a slab of poo out of the way, here's a close-up.



    I don't want to be one of those arseholes that uses the word 'decadent' but... this might actually kill me.
    That looks pretty awesome!
  • Syrette 11 Dec 2019 22:00:21 50,438 posts
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    Yeah that does look rather appetising.
  • JoeBlade 11 Dec 2019 22:38:02 4,588 posts
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    Ok, I take back my previous statement. The second photo does it a lot more justice and it looks pretty tasty.
  • fontgeeksogood 11 Dec 2019 22:45:40 8,342 posts
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    Agreed but still unsure why you shat on it
  • Ror 11 Dec 2019 23:07:06 19,277 posts
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    I'm trying to build up a resistance, as it's all we'll have to eat after tomorrow's election results come in.
  • Ror 12 Dec 2019 19:22:19 19,277 posts
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    I made a sort-of sausage and baked bean casserole thing tonight. Browned some sausages in a pan, then removed them and sweated down some onions and mushrooms. Dash of soy sauce for those DEEP UMAMI FLAVOURS (I hate myself), then deglazed the pan (still hate myself) with a bit of chicken stock. Added in half a can of chopped tomatoes and a full can of beans (yes, I mean Heinz baked beans, none of this borlotti or 'garbanzo' nonsense), chopped up the sausages into bite-size pieces and threw them in too, and then the rest of the chicken stock, and let it simmer for a bit.

    Meanwhile, I peeled, sliced and par-boiled some potatoes. Then I put the sausage/bean/tomato gear in a casserole dish, topped it with the potato slices, put the lid on, and bunged it in the oven for half an hour. Grated cheese on top and grilled to finish.

    It was basically like a sausage and bean melt, but not in pastry.
  • Ror 12 Dec 2019 19:25:26 19,277 posts
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    Oh yeah, I put carrots in it too. Thinking ahead, as we'll need to be able to see in the dark when the Brexit-related brownouts start.
  • fontgeeksogood 12 Dec 2019 19:26:42 8,342 posts
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    You had the brownout last night
  • Ror 12 Dec 2019 19:27:02 19,277 posts
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    :)
  • quadfather 12 Dec 2019 19:37:08 35,503 posts
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    I did the Mexican chicken thing last night and it was pretty good

    Doing something Italian tonight with some bacon and shit yo.
  • Armoured_Bear 12 Dec 2019 19:45:05 27,867 posts
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    @Ror
    That casserole sounds pretty decent.

    Iím starving , donít want to cook and off to Scotland tomorrow so might as well warm up, so KFC it is
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    2 zinger burgers or 1 zinger plus 2 bits of chicken ?
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