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#22171 Mon 07 Apr 14 10:51am

Maree

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Re: Whats For Supper?

No problem here. I use link in email alert for "subscribed topic" smile.

I'm having sushi and some sashimi when I finish work.

That didn't happen. Sold out of sushi (!)

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#22172 Tue 08 Apr 14 1:23am

beerforyorky

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From Surin, N.E. Thailand
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Re: Whats For Supper?

Last evening:

Steak and stilton pie with onion/garlic gravy and bubble and squeak.

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#22173 Tue 08 Apr 14 3:51am

frizz1974

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Last night was a beef curry in a tomato onion base in the Indian style, with a red & green lentil spinach dhal, saffron, garlic & green pea basmati rice, pappadums, salted yogurt, tomato raita, plum & lemon chutney.

Tonight is going to be roasted chicken with roasted onion, carrot, sweet potato, pumpkin & cauliflower.

I might drizzle/ toss the lot with oil & spices.. Undecided.

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#22174 Tue 08 Apr 14 3:58am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
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Re: Whats For Supper?

Sounds delicious, Frizz. Last night was souvlaki and Greek salad. Tonight, I think I'll do an omelette of some sort with a salad afterwards.


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#22175 Tue 08 Apr 14 11:10am

oliviascotland

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Last night we had a change of plan and ended up with burgers, broccoli and potatoes, so tonight we'll have our chicken florentine  smile

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#22176 Wed 09 Apr 14 1:23am

beerforyorky

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Last evening I made an attempt at Hassleback Potatoes. They looked the part but unfortunately were a little undercooked even after 80 minutes in the oven. Next time maybe a few minutes in the microwave first may help.

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#22177 Wed 09 Apr 14 2:00am

JoyYamDaisy

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From Melbourne Australia
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Re: Whats For Supper?

Good start BFY, good luck next time! Maybe a higher temperature?

My daughter and her MIL were here for dinner. We had rogan josh, rice and roasted summer veggies. Yum. leftovers of the same for lunch today!

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#22178 Wed 09 Apr 14 2:52am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
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Re: Whats For Supper?

beerforyorky wrote:

Last evening I made an attempt at Hassleback Potatoes. They looked the part but unfortunately were a little undercooked even after 80 minutes in the oven. Next time maybe a few minutes in the microwave first may help.

200C is what I did mine at (in the days I used to make). Maybe smaller potatoes but I remember you saying potatoes were difficult to get hold of where you are.

Look good, though    thumbsup


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#22179 Wed 09 Apr 14 3:32am

beerforyorky

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Maree wrote:

200C is what I did mine at (in the days I used to make).

I'm afraid my gas oven is basic and not very sophisticated. The gauge indicated that they were cooking at a temperature of between 200 and 220 degC but it could have been anything. When I use the oven for jacket potatoes it cooks them through (after 2 minutes each in the microwave) in around 90 to 100 minutes - depending on the size. The only other thing I use the oven for is warming meat pies so I cannot really justify buying a better one.

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#22180 Wed 09 Apr 14 9:23am

oliviascotland

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Those look really good, BFY, and I'm sorry they weren't completely cooked.  Apart from the oven suggestion, you could try making the slices a bit thinner, then they might cook better?

On a separate note, No. 1 Daughter is cooking something with pasta tonight, and No. 3 Daughter and I have some delicious looking courgettes/zucchini to make "pasta" from instead ...

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