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Your weird and wonderful snacks thread.

Wahreo

Distinguished Member
A thread dedicated to your snacks, no matter how bizarre. Pics are preferable.

Nothing to start the thread as the idea came to me after I had finished my onion flavoured Pate on crackers with grapes on the side.
 

busterbenny2001

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Great thread, lots to put up here share some of my weird dishes that work but I’ll wait to chef them up first so get some pics, a good excuse to make Them!!
 

Foster

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Tempura Maple Leafs from Japan.

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IronGiant

Moderator
One of my faves, but it revolts the rest of the house.
 

DJT75

Distinguished Member
Peanut butter on lightly salted rice cakes. I never ate either until a nutritionist/personal trainer told me how to snack reasonably healthily.

I’ve been dreadful this week, capped it off with finding an Easter egg no-one seemed to want & scoffing it whilst they’re all out. So I need healthy but tasty snacks in the fridge.

Just made a sweet potato, pepper, onion & spinach bottomless flan. It’s bloody lovely & a slice of this when you’re peckish is a little better than that Thornton’s snack from earlier

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rousetafarian

Moderator
Aldi 190g Golden & Crispy Halloumi Fries for £1.99 from tomorrow.......fill your baskets!
 

rousetafarian

Moderator
I wish I could.

Into 3 aldi stores today. All sold out my 2pm.
I tried one of the two in my town by 10.00am and no stock left either
 

Wahreo

Distinguished Member
I couldn’t post it in the breakfast thread as it’s 11.30......so here goes

Lidl roll @ 17p
Cheddar and Costco tomatoes
Garnished with Herb salt and black pepper

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busterbenny2001

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Ok as posted in breakfast thread,I introduce the bombed out sandwich

Years ago when I was a Navy chef, I came up with this as a go to hangover cure, over the years we continued to use it as a breakfast alternative it’s so moorish!!

Basic ingredients any bread, French stick works well,
Mint sauce thin layer
Dijon mustard thin layer
Tom ketchup thin layer
Mayo thin layer
Philly cheese spread thin
Bit of grated cheddar
Bacon
Egg
Onion ring crisps
Mushrooms are optional
Don’t ask how or why but it just works great flavour great crunch !

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Stage two
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Wahreo

Distinguished Member
I need to sit down and read that little lot properly. Holy mother of God though. This thread was designed for that snack:D
 

aVdub

Distinguished Member
Ok as posted in breakfast thread,I introduce the bombed out sandwich

Years ago when I was a Navy chef, I came up with this as a go to hangover cure, over the years we continued to use it as a breakfast alternative it’s so moorish!!

Basic ingredients any bread, French stick works well,
Mint sauce thin layer
Dijon mustard thin layer
Tom ketchup thin layer
Mayo thin layer
Philly cheese spread thin
Bit of grated cheddar
Bacon
Egg
Onion ring crisps
Mushrooms are optional
Don’t ask how or why but it just works great flavour great crunch !

Stage one
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Stage two
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Reminds me of a Sunday filler when I used to eat bread.

French stick
Iceland spicy 100% chicken pieces in breadcrumbs
English mustard
Fine Branston pickle
Cracked pepper
seasalt
Mayo.

Wrap the beast tightly in clingfilm to avoid loosing any and peel away as you eat.

:smashin:
 

Matt_C

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I've always loved strawberry jam and cheese sandwiches. I don't remember when I first discovered I loved them, or even how, I just know I've loved them since I was a kid. Ideally on thick, with strawberry jam (obviously) and sliced cheddar (cheese fans hate me, but I like the rubbery Tesco Value mild cheddar. Yeah yeah, sue me)
 

Foster

Distinguished Member
Peanut Butter on toast with banana on top!
 

aVdub

Distinguished Member
Not perhaps so much weird and might be more known than I suspect but a tip I picked up from my QC days is:

When a banana goes black don't throw it out. Stick it in the freezer and when you take it out, peel the skin off with a spoon and either enjoy a nice sweet and softish banana stick or chop and add a sweet spirit to it.

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They keep for ages in the freezer and are so easy to peel.
 

Wahreo

Distinguished Member
After hearing @mjn post about his cheese and tomato sandwich, I had to make some toast.

Sliced Bauernmettwurst and freshly grated Gran Padano
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