Jamie Oliver

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#471 Fri 30 Nov 12 4:49pm

BaconButty

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

What can you substitue for pinapple in the 15 minute meal keralan curry please?

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#472 Fri 30 Nov 12 6:48pm

ducato666

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

hiya i have just bought a cast iron small omlette  pan
i  want to make a fritatar i have seen you make one
thanks maggie

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#473 Fri 30 Nov 12 7:41pm

Kye

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BaconButty, i use peaches, some use mandarines or oranges.

ducato, just in case you need JO's frittata recipes...
http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/chee … a-frittata
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUFMPYHbw-U
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/food/ … ttata.html

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#474 Sun 02 Dec 12 4:37am

goat665

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie!
I just got one simple question - would you consider to make some recipes for us students and other people who doesen't have a big food budget? Big love from Sweden!
/Max

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#475 Sun 02 Dec 12 4:31pm

joe1892

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I watched a 15 minute recipe on Channel 4 on Friday. I've been looking forward all weekend to make keralan veggie curry. I copied the recipe and went shopping at Sainsburys.  It is a large store but I couldn't find the following:

1 heaped tsp black mustard seeds
1 heaped tsp fenugreek seeds
1 small handful of dried curry leaves

What's the point of showing these recipies if the ingredients are difficult/impossible to find.

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#476 Sun 02 Dec 12 4:43pm

mummza

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

welcome to the forum joe1892  smile

Do you have a local Indian store near to you , if so you will find those spices really very easy to obtain.
I usually buy the spices for making curries from the Asian food stores as the turn over of spices are good so the spices are fresher and the prices are cheaper than in the supermarket .
The spices from the Asian food stores usually come in celophane packets  rather than in jars and so after opening I either put a clip on the opening or wmpty the contents into a clean dry lidded jam jar.

Not all supermarkets carry a full range of spices whuch may be why they were not in the branch you shop at.

I hop that this has been of some help.

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#477 Mon 03 Dec 12 2:42pm

Germandio

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie,

I have to cook a 3 course meal for 28 people for christmas. Does you have some ideas of what to cook that is suitable for 28 people and easy to make?

Hope to hear from you.

Germandio

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#478 Mon 03 Dec 12 11:38pm

bignige

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi please check out my blog http://theschoolkitchen.blogspot.com thanks

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#479 Tue 04 Dec 12 2:42am

hippytea

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Germandio, are you bound by tradition at all, or can you make anything you like? What part of the world are you in? Is it buffet-style or sit-down dinner?

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#480 Tue 04 Dec 12 2:50am

elaine.e.forres

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Hi Jamie

With your Paella receipe how long befor the required day can I make this and does it reheat well......or will I spoil it??  Appreciate your help.
Elaine

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