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    Not a million miles from Bollito misto!!
    Id never heard of that, looks like itd be getting heated up for a couple days after with that amount of meat. Would be perfect Sunday afternoon stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by adhibs View Post
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    Id never heard of that, looks like itd be getting heated up for a couple days after with that amount of meat. Would be perfect Sunday afternoon stuff.
    Here you go:-

    https://www.lifestylefood.com.au/rec...-bollito-misto

    One for more wintery days. You can get the fennel sausages in M&S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollution View Post
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    I've tried to find this but no luck. Any suggestions?
    If you’re in Edinburgh maybe Valvona and Crolla???

    I get it from a stall in Borough Market in Southwark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo7 View Post
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    Scottish tablet, I'm sure you'll find a lot of good recipes on the Twittersphere 😊
    Absolutely!!! Factory made stuff is not the real McCoy at all.

    You can add some flavours and even chocolate to get some great varieties but you have to be very quick to do it right at the end when its ready to pour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colr View Post
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    If you’re in Edinburgh maybe Valvona and Crolla???

    I get it from a stall in Borough Market in Southwark.

    Thanks for that. I saw it online elsewhere at £67 per kilo......

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollution View Post
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    Thanks for that. I saw it online elsewhere at £67 per kilo......
    I got 200g for £10.

    100g is easily enough for carbonara for 2 people. It’s very tasty.

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    Talk is cheap. Shows us what you've got for Angel Delight.
    Butterscotch Angel Delight, McVitie's ginger cake, sliced banana.

    Mrs Smartie has made it for me a few times and it is delicious, I just remembered to ask her for the "recipe" tonight as I was never entirely sure what it was.

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    Stovies are great. Even other people's crap stovies are great.

    I've often thought that a food truck selling stovies would make a fortune at big events where there are normally only overpriced L & A burgers available.
    Had stovies at an Edinburgh v Glasgow game at Murrayfield.

    It was just that, a vendor selling stovies. They were making a killing.

    Love my Mums stovies. She’s been serving it to my kids now and they love it too.

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    Anyone got a recipe for proper Chinese curry sauce? Choking on some good curry sauce on my rice or chips, nothing even close this side of the pond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DetroitHibs View Post
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    Anyone got a recipe for proper Chinese curry sauce? Choking on some good curry sauce on my rice or chips, nothing even close this side of the pond.
    I cheat and use Maysan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DetroitHibs View Post
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    Anyone got a recipe for proper Chinese curry sauce? Choking on some good curry sauce on my rice or chips, nothing even close this side of the pond.
    It’s not exactly like the stuff from a take away (and the ingredients are probably nothing like what goes in a Chinese curry) but the curry sauce from the Lean in 15 Katsu Curry recipe tastes similar...

    https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.panmacmillan.com/blogs/lifestyle-wellbeing/joe-wicks-cheeky-chicken-katsu-curry-recipe

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    Here you go:-

    https://www.lifestylefood.com.au/rec...-bollito-misto

    One for more wintery days. You can get the fennel sausages in M&S.
    I'll keep that bookmarked for a few months time. I had a look through 'the silver spoon' and couldn't find a recipe listed for this, was a bit surprised as it seems to have about everything else. Well worth getting a copy if you enjoy Italian food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colr View Post
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    Here you go:-

    https://www.lifestylefood.com.au/rec...-bollito-misto

    One for more wintery days. You can get the fennel sausages in M&S.

    Good recipe but chorizo in an Italian dish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollution View Post
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    Good recipe but chorizo in an Italian dish?
    We do a chorizo pasta dish which is delicious. Wouldn’t say it’s Italian though, especially as it has whisky in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overdrive View Post
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    We do a chorizo pasta dish which is delicious. Wouldn’t say it’s Italian though, especially as it has whisky in it.
    Can you give a wee bit more details or the recipe? Sounds good

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollution View Post
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    Good recipe but chorizo in an Italian dish?
    Could you use nduja sausage instead of chorizo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthsideHarp_Bhoy View Post
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    Could you use nduja sausage instead of chorizo?
    Chorizo or Italian sausage is probably better in that recipe. I love nduja though and have some in the fridge just now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    Chorizo or Italian sausage is probably better in that recipe. I love nduja though and have some in the fridge just now.

    Where did you buy it please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollution View Post
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    Where did you buy it please?
    One of our Italian chefs brought it back from his holidays for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by wpj View Post
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    Can you give a wee bit more details or the recipe? Sounds good
    Fry off some chorizo in a pan (dry fry, the chorizo will release lots of oil).

    Once the oil has released, add in finely chopped onion and some crushed garlic and fry.

    Add in either baby mushrooms (halved) or closed cup mushrooms quartered.

    Pour in a splash of whisky. Set it alight if desired. In any case cook of the alcohol.

    Add in a touch of either tomato purée or ketchup (we normally used ketchup) and some thyme.

    Serve through some penne pasta.

    I’ve also done a variation where you put in cream (don’t put in the tomato purée/ketchup or thyme).

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    Where did you buy it please?
    Veeno on rose street sell it. I've been wanting to pick up a bit recently too as I've never cooked with it, will be heading there next time I'm in the town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adhibs View Post
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    Veeno on rose street sell it. I've been wanting to pick up a bit recently too as I've never cooked with it, will be heading there next time I'm in the town.

    As I no longer eat cheese, I order my pizza with just the tomato base red onion and nduja...........superb
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    As I no longer eat cheese, I order my pizza with just the tomato base red onion and ndjua.....................superb
    I like the sound of that. Whenever I make pizzas I always run out of mozzarella before the dough and sauce, so finish off by making a couple marinaras. Nduja and red onion sounds a good alternative to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adhibs View Post
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    Veeno on rose street sell it. I've been wanting to pick up a bit recently too as I've never cooked with it, will be heading there next time I'm in the town.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthsideHarp_Bhoy View Post
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    Could you use nduja sausage instead of chorizo?
    Thanks. I’ll check out bOrough market and see if I can get hold of some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colr View Post
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    Thanks. I’ll check out bOrough market and see if I can get hold of some.
    Brilliant market, love It there but always overspend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    As I no longer eat cheese, I order my pizza with just the tomato base red onion and nduja...........superb
    I love a pizza with cheese but a marinara pizza without cheese is also brilliant. Light and simple.

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    Anyone know where I can buy Panko breadcrumbs? Just bog standard crumbs in all of the supermarkets.
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    Anyone know where I can buy Panko breadcrumbs? Just bog standard crumbs in all of the supermarkets.
    Morrisons

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    Meant to say Morrison’s advertise it online but I have never managed to get it in store.
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