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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by Sweats., Jun 13, 2012.
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If we’re going to have a cook off challenge then I think the humble chicken nugget is a good starting point. Everyone can make them, either batter or breadcrumb coating, and then be creative with the accompanying ingredients and presentation.
Cooked allsort today.
Homemade, bacon cheese etc. burgers
then did some pork loins in some gravy with chunky veg. With an onion mash.
Thought i was done, sat to watch some Tv.. Then my sister hit me 'are you around tomorrow afternoon'
Can you cook us us a chinkys, we'll pay you for it.
So got pork, chicken out defrosting, got loads of veg and stuff...
Just need to get up and buy some tubs...and i told her to **** off with the cash, One thing i can do well, is cook a chinese or thai
sounds ****. chicken nuggets are for kids.
Sucky's chicken nuggets looked pretty decent to be fair.
FFS I've done it again!.........I forget you can't see him
Not true. A chicken nugget with garlic oil in it is a Chicken Kiev, which was a popular main course to follow a prawn cocktail when you were in your late thirties
Could do the challenge as chicken being the main ingredient which the dish is based on, so any veg or rice or salad or veg or sauce is good with as long as its a chicken thing.?
Its got scope as a main
Hope all the crew got off the tanker before it went down.
Pastabake for yesterdays tea
Not shiny or sponsored by Shell Oil.
Could do with some oil tbf.
That looks like something you would see at a motorway service station. Questionable quality before it sat under the lights at the serving counter for a couple of hours.
No thanks, I’ll get a sandwich!!
You sure that you're a chef bruv?
Love the dig at my dish but I just went a bit mad with the oil other than that most say it was good and then you post this **** as if it's better.
@The Ginger Brexit Thats ****ing shocking bruv.
He’s a cook not a chef. There’s a difference. People who prepare school dinners don’t call themselves chefs.