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#931 Wed 06 Mar 13 10:54pm

munycy

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi, I want to ask for the recipe of Revolution Burger (if is not secret). Thank You, Have a nice day!

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#932 Thu 07 Mar 13 9:23am

Lauastjul

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Hi Jamie,
I love all your work and in my family all of us see your programs on VIAJAR BY CANAL+, so your recipes are all in spanish. Is there a way to read your web in spanish????? My english is so limited especially with vocavulari cooking, like ingredients or measurements. All the videos or recipes Ifoun by google are in english,

Thamks a lot for your answer big_smile

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#933 Thu 07 Mar 13 4:13pm

Sanj25

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Hi there what is the best way to cook your lamb soft when making a Indian curry as mine is alway tough! Do I need to keep it on low heat but when I do I keeps drying so I need to keep puttin in water what the best way

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#934 Thu 07 Mar 13 4:48pm

christine.woodhouselynas

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Stuck what to cook tonight. I have the basic larder supplies but in the fridge, I have the following...
- Butternut squash
- Baby fennel
- Peppers
- Courgettes
- Chestnut mushrooms

Any ideas guys? Want to make something other then roasted veg over pasta and sauce.
Ta x Chrissie x  big_smile

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#935 Thu 07 Mar 13 5:53pm

Zees

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Zees wrote:

Hi Jamie. I'm having a dinner party and need a starter to complement your barbecued lamb lollipops with spiked hummous nuts?
Regards Zees  think

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#936 Fri 08 Mar 13 10:41am

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

joobes wrote:

This Saturday i would like to have a go at making my own pizza.

Eh?

http://www.jamieoliver.com/forum/viewto … 13#p695413

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#937 Fri 08 Mar 13 11:03am

joobes

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#938 Fri 08 Mar 13 11:16am

Merlin

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

christine.woodhouselynas wrote:

Stuck what to cook tonight. I have the basic larder supplies but in the fridge, I have the following...
- Butternut squash
- Baby fennel
- Peppers
- Courgettes
- Chestnut mushrooms

Any ideas guys? Want to make something other then roasted veg over pasta and sauce.
Ta x Chrissie x  big_smile

Hi Christine! Glad to see you made it over to the forums.

There's lots of different suggestions to be made for these ingredients (I hope there'll be some more offered) but if I were you I'd cut the butternut squash in half lengthways, dress lightly in olive oil and salt and dried chili and then roast at about 190°C, flesh side down until they're soft all the way through (you can roast the baby fennel with them too). Then you can scoop out the flesh and serve it mixed with diced onions and pepper etc - gorgeous. I'd maybe do a nice vegetable-filled sauce with the rest of the ingredients too (chop it all and fry in the bottom of a large pan until soft, and then maybe add tinned tomatoes or something?) and then serve that on top of/next to your roasted butternut squash.

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#939 Fri 08 Mar 13 4:55pm

Suzymac

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I have just tried twice to make Jamie Oliver's Banana and honey bread. Epic fail! The first time I followed the instructions to the letter and it turned out as a horrible mush and wasn't cooked hardly at all and didn't rise at all.  The I realized that the instructions in the recipe didn't say to warm the banana mix through to tepid.

This I did the second time and followed everything exactly.  it rose but not to double the size.  the second rising puffed up a tiny bit but nothing major.  After baking it the way the recipe said, same thing, dull stodge! 20 minutes is simply not long enough for thngs that are stacked together, so I separated them and baked them again for another 10 minutes, still not done, so I turned them upside down for another 8 minutes.  they are now just about cooked but very brown now and simply not worth the effort.

This is the fifth Jamie Oliver recipe that I have tried to cook that has turned out badly.  I'm a good cook, not an amateur the recipes are just not written correctly.

What an expensive exercise as even the birds won't eat it!
help

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#940 Fri 08 Mar 13 5:18pm

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Welcome suzymac...

Sorry to hear about your problems with this recipe. I've tried loads of Jamies recipes and have always had a decent result...............can't say I've ever tried this one, but I'm sure you know the old saying..

"If at first you don't succeed...
























Give up and try something else instead" whistle

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