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And as if the Haddock and chips thread wasn't enough to make you hungry...

Beef stroganoff, rice and peas, cauliflower cheese, green beans and (Slightly overdone) saute potatoes
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You're quite the chef wine-o,looks rather tasty :thumbright:


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:angryfire:

Here's me STILL fasting and I've just had to make 4 beef vindaloo's and 4 fish curries for customers :cb

Then wine~o crops up with another tasty morsel :roll:

God, I'm gagging.... :lol:

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I've just had a huge plate of stovies,a photo can never do them justice tho!


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True Stevie, Stovies never look good - but it's all in the taste :thumbleft:

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steviejoiner74 wrote:
You're quite the chef wine-o,looks rather tasty :thumbright:


Naaah not a Chef...

but if I was a few years younger... a bit better looking... been born in Essex and said "pukka" a lot

I could have been Jamie Oliver...

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kellys_eye wrote:

I've just had to make 4 beef vindaloo's and 4 fish curries for customers :cb



Pics Kellys_eye ????

Oh and what are "stovies" ? (I know I could google but that would be cheating)

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wine~o wrote:

but if I was a few years younger... a bit better looking... been born in Essex and said "pukka" a lot

I could have been Jamie Oliver...

Sure you'd want to be known as "that Essex C**t" as he's commonly known? :lol:

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Wine~o

I've long since stopped photographing all the meals I turn out for the shop now but the ones below show a couple from when I started - the open collection is of tandoori masala before they get frozen. The other pic is of a couple of the meals as-packed just as we were starting to load the freezer.


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...and stovies are left over meat (commonly lamb) cooked with potatoes until it ends up as a sort-of creamy mash-up of mixed meat/tatties. There are numerous recipes depending on your location for the type of meat and the veggies added but generally it's as basic as you can get.

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In my area stovies are left over steak mince,Potatoes and onion.
Other folk local use corned beef but I'm not a fan.
Basically a few litres of beef stock,throw in the mince,sausage,lamb or whatever and a few kilos of peeled whole potatoes and chopped onions. Let it simmer away until the liquid is gone and your left with a delicious soft tasty meal. It doesn't look great tho!


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kellys_eye wrote:
Wine~o

I've long since stopped photographing all the meals I turn out for the shop now but the ones below show a couple from when I started - the open collection is of tandoori masala before they get frozen. The other pic is of a couple of the meals as-packed just as we were starting to load the freezer.


Tandoori masala? is that on the bone then ? or is it chicken (tikka) marsala.. :dunno:

Stovies sound like the sort of food that should be served to people who have lost all their teeth..... :sad:

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wine~o wrote:

Stovies sound like the sort of food that should be served to people who have lost all their teeth..... :sad:

It's a traditional SCOTTISH dish so that exactly who eat it :lol:

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Tandoori masala? is that on the bone then ? or is it chicken (tikka) marsala.. :dunno:


It's actually a dish I call 'chilli chicken masala' a hybrid between a creamy masala and as hot as b*ggery with it!

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Tandoori masala? is that on the bone then ? or is it chicken (tikka) marsala.. :dunno:


It's actually a dish I call 'chilli chicken masala' a hybrid between a creamy masala and as hot as b*ggery with it!



Ah ok... It's just that year and years ago when I worked in the Kitchen of an Indian restaurant anything described as "Tandoori xyz" was cooked on the bone.. whereas chicken Tikka for example was cooked off the bone in a Tandoor..

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