Question What did you have for dinner?

imightbewrong

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Home-made cheesecake - note I didn't eat all the missing, although probably still had more than the LD50 given the amount of calories in it.

For scale that is a dinner plate.

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busterbenny2001

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New curry book new curry, 200 recipes in book 3 down !
butter chicken, or murgh makhani made with the chicken tikka recipe, my own 3 min instant pot pilau rice and quick naan breads.,impressed with first recipes.
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Aj33

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Toad in the hole!
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diannebye

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I had never been on this section so all washed up here so no photo of our meal which was delish....Sweet and Sour Pork I now do homemade when ever possible, everything that can be made was....Now for a glass of the Best Wine:rotfl:
 

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aVdub

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Pork burgers and cheesy chips for earlies and steak for later with king oyster shrooms and a red wine and Danish cheese wet.

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diannebye

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Its going to be Steak and Ale Pie with Puff Pastry half home made, but do peeps no how making Puff or Flakey Pastry is so time consuming and boring when there's Shop bought... Chips with Mixed Veggies...See If I can take a pic later.
 

Dony

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That looks really nice. Could you share the recipe pls?
It's really easy. I normally double up on all of below as I'm cooking for 5.

250g of beef
1 red chilli, roughly chopped
3 cloves of garlic, roughly chopped
1 tbsp fish sauce
1 tbsp dark soy sauce
1 tbsp oyster sauce
1 cup of fresh basil leaves
1 large chilli, sliced
Handful of broccoli
Handful of spring onion

Start by pounding roughly chopped garlic and chilli in a mortar and pestle with a pinch of kosher salt until they release oils and fragrance.
In a small bowl mix soy sauce, fish sauce and oyster sauce.
Heat wok (with oil) and add garlic and chilli mix. Stir for 1 minute.
Add beef and keep everything moving and cook for another minute.
Add sauce mix
Then add veggies (green beans are good too but didn't have any)
When all cooked, add basil and stir in.

I sometimes add a fried egg and place on top but forgot tonight.
 

ruffage

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It's really easy. I normally double up on all of below as I'm cooking for 5.

250g of beef
1 red chilli, roughly chopped
3 cloves of garlic, roughly chopped
1 tbsp fish sauce
1 tbsp dark soy sauce
1 tbsp oyster sauce
1 cup of fresh basil leaves
1 large chilli, sliced
Handful of broccoli
Handful of spring onion

Start by pounding roughly chopped garlic and chilli in a mortar and pestle with a pinch of kosher salt until they release oils and fragrance.
In a small bowl mix soy sauce, fish sauce and oyster sauce.
Heat wok (with oil) and add garlic and chilli mix. Stir for 1 minute.
Add beef and keep everything moving and cook for another minute.
Add sauce mix
Then add veggies (green beans are good too but didn't have any)
When all cooked, add basil and stir in.

I sometimes add a fried egg and place on top but forgot tonight.
Thanks. I’ll report on my efforts.
 

busterbenny2001

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As would normally be in the Canaries this time of year Really fancied a taste of Tenerife, managed to get hold of some green pickled peppercorns and after a good few glasses of red wine knocked up a sauce, some homemade fat boy chips and seared a peppered ribeye, yes indeed this was a good meal :)
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IronGiant

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..and then you ruined it with onion rings :facepalm:

(just kidding, I like good ones like those look to be)
 

busterbenny2001

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Haha to be fair I’d say I make onion rings most weeks on our steak nights as my previous pics show, my wife bought the coop meal deal in the week for the kids £5 for a pile of food and there was onion rings involved so it’s extremely lazy of me they actually were pretty acceptable tonight I think frying them in the deep fryer improved them over the oven bake normally associated with them :)
 

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