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Slimming World curry for the pregnant wife final plating is shite as usual.

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Wholemeal pitta and falafel with slaw and an M&S habanero hot sauce.

 

The hot sauce was surprisingly good, it had an acidic hit which was cider vinegar. It wasn't quite hot enough for me but it tasted great the acid/vinager unintentionally worked amazing cutting through the stodge of falafel.

 

The heat level on the bottle makes out like it's smoking but when you open it it's just a free pour bottle. Tasted great though and will definitely get again but it's not an every day sauce because of the acid hit needs the right pairing.dfc81ebc9d3c0e1023008482428146cf.jpg

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Butternut squash malai kofte with channa rice.

 

Looks the biz that mind

Obviously it looks world class as you are an expert at plating food and photographing it.  You need a food blog man, I honestly think you could make money out of a youtube channel if you aren't a complete twat which I hope you are but suspect you are probably the nicest man in the world.

 

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I made miso soup with dashi I made from scratch, and it's delicious.  Deleted the photo because Jim posted that and mine looked like a bowl of stock with some seaweed floating in it.

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Last night, slow cooker Chinese style beef curry with homemade 'naans'. The bread was literally just made out of self raising flour and natural yogurt, then rolled flat and fried with a bit of olive oil. Came out fantastic.

 

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Tonight, lovely lumpy chicken waps w/ tomatoes, gem lettuce, chargrilled peppers and cheese from the gorge.

 

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:lol: noice.

 

From the land of dismal conversation; I really want to batch cook and freeze, but can't cos the freezer needs defrosting; a challenge in itself, compounded by the fact that it's full of bagged potato items, peas and shite Irish bread, none of which can be shifted cos our oven decided to stop working a couple weeks back. Next door (renters) moved out a few days ago so we're plotting how we might break in and batch cook three bags of potato lattices and curly fries just to make some room.

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That naan looks mega.

 

200g self raising flour, 175g of fat free natural yogurt, rolled thinly, bit of garlic butter then pan-fried for a couple of minutes on either side. It honestly felt like cheating; ridiculously easy.

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We’ve done the same and they’re good but it’s the bubbles and crisp base you can’t quite recreate from the proper tandoor. Even in our pizza oven.

 

Naan bread though >>>>

 

And now I’m gasping for a curry.

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That naan looks mega.

 

200g self raising flour, 175g of fat free natural yogurt, rolled thinly, bit of garlic butter then pan-fried for a couple of minutes on either side. It honestly felt like cheating; ridiculously easy.

 

Thanks, I'll be trying that soon. Total naan ultra, can happily skip the rice. 

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That's true, it's definitely doughier than the real deal, but nevertheless a fine accompaniment for a homemade curry in lockdown Britain.

 

We're gonna do them in the morning but slap avocado and bacon on instead. Looking forward to it.

 

Food.  :kurt:

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That's true, it's definitely doughier than the real deal, but nevertheless a fine accompaniment for a homemade curry in lockdown Britain.

 

We're gonna do them in the morning but slap avocado and bacon on instead. Looking forward to it.

 

Food.  :kurt:

 

Class.

 

If/when normality returns, next time you’re in London / Edinburgh goto Dishoom for breakfast naans. Sensational.

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That's true, it's definitely doughier than the real deal, but nevertheless a fine accompaniment for a homemade curry in lockdown Britain.

 

We're gonna do them in the morning but slap avocado and bacon on instead. Looking forward to it.

 

Food.  :kurt:

 

Class.

 

If/when normality returns, next time you’re in London / Edinburgh goto Dishoom for breakfast naans. Sensational.

 

Cheers for the shout. Appears to be one in Manchester too.

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:lol: Cheers lads. Nah I take the pictures exclusively for you guys, just getting more experimental in lockdown with nowt else to do.

 

Yorkie, I make those naans too, so easy I don't do anything other than that. Used to make and amazing flatbread with that mix with melted mozzarella, sundried tomatoes and rocket on top with a pesto dressing.

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Butternut squash malai kofte with channa rice.

 

Looks the biz that mind

Obviously it looks world class as you are an expert at plating food and photographing it.  You need a food blog man, I honestly think you could make money out of a youtube channel if you aren't a complete twat which I hope you are but suspect you are probably the nicest man in the world.

 

EDIT:CUNT

 

:lol: :lol:

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