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    Been making Turkish eggs in the morning - garlic 0% fat Greek yogurt, two poached eggs, fresh mint and just a little Aleppo pepper brown butter. Toasted mini seeded wrap to scoop it up.

    About 325 calories and really quick.
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    Made an amazing Greek sharing platter for the two of us - reduced calorie chicken souvlaki, honey drizzled halloumi, whole meal pitta, 0% fat tzatziki, salad and pickled chili. Glorious.


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    Made Beef Bulbogi last night served in lettuce tacos.

    Really thinly sliced rib eye marinated in a mix of gochujang paste, garlic, ginger, pear, sesame oil, soy sauce. Flash fried on a cast iron pan for about a minute each side and then topped with spring onion and sesame seeds. Was outstanding and only takes about 5-10 mins to make and about 10 mins to prepare the night before. Itís a Korean BBQ dish and is probably my favourite type of Asian cuisine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stubbsy90+2 View Post
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    Made Beef Bulbogi last night served in lettuce tacos.

    Really thinly sliced rib eye marinated in a mix of gochujang paste, garlic, ginger, pear, sesame oil, soy sauce. Flash fried on a cast iron pan for about a minute each side and then topped with spring onion and sesame seeds. Was outstanding and only takes about 5-10 mins to make and about 10 mins to prepare the night before. Itís a Korean BBQ dish and is probably my favourite type of Asian cuisine.
    That sounds ****ing ace
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    Made some saag aloo tonight and also got some naan dough proving overnight in the fridge.

    Going to make little bridie style pastyís with it, stuffed with the curry and a bit of side salad with raita and mango chutney.


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    https://recipes.lidl.co.uk/recipes/p...-mustard-sauce

    This is a home run of a recipe. Made warm chocolate brownies for pud and it was a proper treat for a rainy day.


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    This is going to give you the best potato and leek soup youíll ever have. The ďhackĒ in this is something I seen online and it gives the most flavoursome, creamy potato and leek soup.

    This is what I put in it:

    Two medium leeks, chopped
    Two cloves of garlic, grated
    One sharing bag of salt and black pepper crisps, crushed. I used Tesco Finest but could be Mackies, could be kettle chips, or any similar equivalent
    One chicken stock pot and one vegetable stock cube (itís what I had)
    Approx 750ml boiling water (you may need a little more)
    About a teaspoon of dried dill

    Method:
    Soften your leeks and garlic.
    Add the crisps and mix. Add the dill and stock cubes and most of the water.
    Simmer and let the crisps rehydrate. Add more water if it looks like itís getting too thick, whether itís what you left over or just from the kettle.
    After 15-20 minutes, blitz.

    Restaurant quality, super delicious.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    This is going to give you the best potato and leek soup youíll ever have. The ďhackĒ in this is something I seen online and it gives the most flavoursome, creamy potato and leek soup.

    This is what I put in it:

    Two medium leeks, chopped
    Two cloves of garlic, grated
    One sharing bag of salt and black pepper crisps, crushed. I used Tesco Finest but could be Mackies, could be kettle chips, or any similar equivalent
    One chicken stock pot and one vegetable stock cube (itís what I had)
    Approx 750ml boiling water (you may need a little more)
    About a teaspoon of dried dill

    Method:
    Soften your leeks and garlic.
    Add the crisps and mix. Add the dill and stock cubes and most of the water.
    Simmer and let the crisps rehydrate. Add more water if it looks like itís getting too thick, whether itís what you left over or just from the kettle.
    After 15-20 minutes, blitz.

    Restaurant quality, super delicious.
    I shall give it a go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stubbsy90+2 View Post
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    Made Beef Bulbogi last night served in lettuce tacos.

    Really thinly sliced rib eye marinated in a mix of gochujang paste, garlic, ginger, pear, sesame oil, soy sauce. Flash fried on a cast iron pan for about a minute each side and then topped with spring onion and sesame seeds. Was outstanding and only takes about 5-10 mins to make and about 10 mins to prepare the night before. Itís a Korean BBQ dish and is probably my favourite type of Asian cuisine.
    Itís Bulgogi not bulbogi but I make typos all the time too! Yes, itís delicious and probably the most famous Korean dish along with kimchi, which youíd often have on the side with your bulgogi

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    Itís Bulgogi not bulbogi but I make typos all the time too! Yes, itís delicious and probably the most famous Korean dish along with kimchi, which youíd often have on the side with your bulgogi
    I knew that. Must have been autocorrect glad you brought it up though as I forgot I ever made this. Will need to make it again now.

    Kimís Bulgogi in Stockbridge is very good for takeaway bulgogi if youíre ever looking for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stubbsy90+2 View Post
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    I knew that. Must have been autocorrect glad you brought it up though as I forgot I ever made this. Will need to make it again now.

    Kimís Bulgogi in Stockbridge is very good for takeaway bulgogi if youíre ever looking for it.
    Thanks. My Korean friend says Ong Gi on brougham st near tollcross is the best in Edinburgh, thereís also a few Kalbi places on the Southside where the barbecue hot plate is on your table.

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