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16-04-2021, 12:24   #6181
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Meatballs and pasta shards (using up lasagne sheets!)
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16-04-2021, 12:32   #6182
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I wanted pasta..i had none except a rake of lasagne sheets in the cupboard. I cooked them slightly to cut them into strips but it didnt quite work,needed a bit longer cooking. Hence, pasta shards!
If i had cooked them a bit longer it would have worked
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16-04-2021, 12:33   #6183
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This cracked me up
I was trying to think of a word i could describe them as other than "bits"
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You could've gone all fancy and called it "Mandilli de Saea" or Silk Handkerchief Pasta which belief it or not is a thing
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16-04-2021, 13:04   #6185
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You could've gone all fancy and called it "Mandilli de Saea" or Silk Handkerchief Pasta which belief it or not is a thing
Ah damn, that would have totally worked!
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16-04-2021, 17:18   #6186
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Chana Aloo (Chickpea and Potato) Masala with naan bread.
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16-04-2021, 21:54   #6188
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Chana Aloo (Chickpea and Potato) Masala with naan bread.
That naan looks good! How'd you make it?
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I was working late and got a Donal Skehan recipe email so when I came home I made a few ''Smashburgers'' In my haste I left my phone in work (No Harm) so no picture but worth the small effort !
https://donalskehan.com/recipes/smashburger-feast/
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16-04-2021, 23:55   #6190
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Some from the last few days.

Meatballs served the traditional way with tagliatelle! Tried an Instant pot recipe they were really good, kids loved them. And quite quick bar the shaping of the meatball!



Homemade Beef burgers and sweet potato chips.



And the easy option of battered cod, chips and mushy peas. Should have done another portion of fish and I was out of tarter sauce

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17-04-2021, 00:01   #6191
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I was working late and got a Donal Skehan recipe email so when I came home I made a few ''Smashburgers'' In my haste I left my phone in work (No Harm) so no picture but worth the small effort !
https://donalskehan.com/recipes/smashburger-feast/
They look great.

Donal Skehan is the one TV chef that I absolutely cannot stand.

I think I finally ran out of patience with him when he was on the telly one night microwaving a bag of rice as part of his recipes.

There's a recipe on his website for potatoes and sausages. In case you ever need to look up a recipe on how to cook potatoes and sausages.
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He's not the only one, but he's definitely toward the top of the list.
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They look great.

Donal Skehan is the one TV chef that I absolutely cannot stand.

I think I finally ran out of patience with him when he was on the telly one night microwaving a bag of rice as part of his recipes.

There's a recipe on his website for potatoes and sausages. In case you ever need to look up a recipe on how to cook potatoes and sausages.
He never worked in a professional kitchen. He's essentially a face for TV.
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He never worked in a professional kitchen. He's essentially a face for TV.
But in fairness he can cook and is chatty for the camera, Thats all the TV lords want.
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That naan looks good! How'd you make it?
Thanks, have tried a few variations and this was by far the best result, surprisingly simple receipe; 400g 00 Flour, 240g Water and 8g flour makes approx 6 naan. I brushed half with wild garlic butter once out of the oven and left the other half plain.

I used my ooni but you can use the oven up to max with the grill/broiler on.

Video might be handier for method;
https://youtu.be/sH99_IGh0ic
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