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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by Sweats, Jun 13, 2012.
What animal bru?
I like the dish but can I eat it?
No chance that's gonna be pork.
Thank me later...
mince, rice, onions, fried eggs...all the right components but it all hinged on the type of meat
gonna make this
one of my Ramadan missions
will thank you later
It'll work with beef or lamb.
The method is crucial, that long cooking is key.
I’ll follow it properly Luv
Best you do.
Sorry bro long night.
Made curry burger with some tikka powder and fried in tikka paste and my own mint yogurt thing too which turned out lovely, honey yogurt, lime juice, ground mint, finely chopped onions/chilli's.. was bangin. @Spurlock I soul winged the yogurt thing but... how you make the proper one? (u know I don't do recipes much, plus I don't know the name of it to even look lol)
Also a traditional burger
And went old skool dinner vibes with rice pudding and choc chips like a G.
both look bangin...love me some rice pudding. Gonna have to pick some up.
my favourite yoghurt mixture is healthy handful of green finger chillies and a healthy handful of coriander, blitz it together, salt, mix mix.
I got the green finger chilli's in there
So what you saying? Peeps mae different ones for personal taste?
yes they do but that is a popular mix amongst households. Some might throw in a dollop of mint sauce...that puts an interesting twist to it. Another one I’ve had is finely diced onions red chilli powder, salt, cumin powder, garam masala.
both work but by far the chilli coriander one is the best.
I like the mint tasting ones I've had before so that's why I used some in mine.
Will deffo try some more.
I like knocking up relishes too from time to time when I need some.
Try the coriander n chilli one and let me kno. Whatever I’m having it with I got to have some nice sliced red onion aswell.
Alright so what I need?
And red onion.
(love that ****)
Fresh coriander, fresh green chillis, blitzed together, mix in yoghurt, add salt to taste
Asian-UK fusion at its very best.
Since Ramadan started I have been spending far too much time on this thread during daylight hours. Don't know whether its me but the dishes being served up seem to have improved dramatically as well.
Apart from Schlem's obviously ................................ that soup could have been anything and those small bubbles in it looked like he had spat in it to round the dish off.