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#20221 Thu 12 Apr 12 2:16pm

cohphanta

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Re: Whats For Supper?

joobes wrote:

Just Googled it and it sounds lovely.
I have practically everything in the house to make this, just need some chicken livers, ground pork and Cajun seasoning. I think I now know what's for supper tonight, I was wondering what to do as well.  thumbsup

Joobs, I leave out the liver unless it's a "special" occassion. Last nights was "cheap" dirty rice! Ground beef, rice, onions, bell peppers, celery and garlic powder.

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#20222 Thu 12 Apr 12 2:24pm

MsPablo

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Meatloaf, jasmine rice with scallions & cilantro,  fennel, carrots, leeks with fresh thyme, steamed broccoli florets, sauce: mae ploy, sriracha, tamari, sesame oil.

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#20223 Thu 12 Apr 12 3:15pm

christian_halfm

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Tried some leftover lamb and beans between two tortillas and with camembert cheese.

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#20224 Thu 12 Apr 12 10:21pm

cohphanta

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Pan seared tilapia and creamed leeks, cous cous with fresh "salad" veggies.

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#20225 Fri 13 Apr 12 1:37am

Luvmegrub

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Tonight I'm going to do teriyaki salmon fillets with some steamed Asian greens.  I got a 5kg bag of my favourite Pakistani basmati rice yesterday for $6.40, it was half price. That should last us a while.

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#20226 Fri 13 Apr 12 2:59am

nanstertoo

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Re: Whats For Supper?

You guys inspire me to go outside my comfort zone.  Thanks.

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#20227 Fri 13 Apr 12 4:42am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
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Re: Whats For Supper?

In the lead up to Greek/Orthodox (even though I'm not) Easter this weekend will be Greek egg, lemon, rice and chicken soup with a chickpea, garlic and preserved lemon salad dressed with the "usual suspects" over cous cous.


"Cook with love and laughter ..."
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#20228 Fri 13 Apr 12 8:44am

joobes

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Re: Whats For Supper?

cohphanta wrote:

joobes wrote:

Just Googled it and it sounds lovely.
I have practically everything in the house to make this, just need some chicken livers, ground pork and Cajun seasoning. I think I now know what's for supper tonight, I was wondering what to do as well.  thumbsup

Joobs, I leave out the liver unless it's a "special" occassion. Last nights was "cheap" dirty rice! Ground beef, rice, onions, bell peppers, celery and garlic powder.

Oh that's great, I guess a dish like this is quite versatile and you could use any ground meat. Would you use chorizo as well, or would we be edging toward a kind of Jambalaya. Then again I dont suppose that would matter too much, thats the beauty of cooking.  smile

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#20229 Fri 13 Apr 12 8:51am

BritFinn

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Hm thinKing about making chilli, if I getting it going soon, I can let it sit in the bread oven for the rest of the day! hmm

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#20230 Fri 13 Apr 12 12:47pm

cohphanta

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Re: Whats For Supper?

joobes wrote:

cohphanta wrote:

joobes wrote:

Just Googled it and it sounds lovely.
I have practically everything in the house to make this, just need some chicken livers, ground pork and Cajun seasoning. I think I now know what's for supper tonight, I was wondering what to do as well.  thumbsup

Joobs, I leave out the liver unless it's a "special" occassion. Last nights was "cheap" dirty rice! Ground beef, rice, onions, bell peppers, celery and garlic powder.

Oh that's great, I guess a dish like this is quite versatile and you could use any ground meat. Would you use chorizo as well, or would we be edging toward a kind of Jambalaya. Then again I dont suppose that would matter too much, thats the beauty of cooking.  smile

I've made mine with ground meat and andouille sausage so I would guess you could use chorizo.
The beauty of cajun cooking Joobs is it was/is based on making a meal with what you have on hand. I've also made dirty rice with carrots added...and is simply divine. My mom would sometimes use turnips or cabbage.

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