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Post  gerber on Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:58 pm

Since when has anyone put noodles in it ?
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Post  Hugh Jardon on Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:16 pm

scrat wrote:

Hi Gorgeous!!!

Noodles,,,,, OMFG affraid

I was once forced to eat a fried banana with my full English breakfast, it completely ruined a damn fine start to the day!

i would have thought that you'd be dining on snails or tapas (kids meals free) at the moment SHAT.

Still..when you are home, it'll be porridge for ages!
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Post  Hugh Jardon on Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:36 pm

scrat wrote:

Windolikka your obsession with teenies has been noted!

However as a thickcunt northern monkey you'll not know anything about cuisine other than tripe and onions!

In France snails are called escargot, best served with lightly champignons and a sweet cold chardonnay!

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For the matchstick potatoes



  • 450g/1lb floury potatoes, such as Maris Piper, peeled

  • sunflower oil, (olive oil) for deep-frying

Preparation method




  1. Cut the steak into slices 1cm/0.5in thick, then cut each slice across the grain into strips 1cm/0.5in wide.

  2. For the matchstick potatoes, cut the potatoes by hand into short sticks 3mm/0.2in thick or use a mandoline. Set aside in a bowl of cold water.

  3. Heat the sunflower oil for deep-frying, either in a large pan or in a deep-fat fryer, to 190C/375F.

  4. Meanwhile, melt the butter in a large frying pan, add the paprika and onion and cook slowly until the onion is soft and sweet, but not browned.

  5. Add the mushrooms and fry gently for three minutes. Transfer the mixture to a plate and keep warm.

  6. Drain the matchstick potatoes and dry thoroughly in a clean tea towel or a salad spinner.

    Technique: Learning to chop: the 'julienne' technique

  7. Plunge the potatoes into the hot oil and fry for three minutes, until crisp and golden. Drain briefly on kitchen paper and keep hot in a low oven.

  8. Using the same pan you cooked the onion mixture in, heat one and a half tablespoons of sunflower oil until very hot.

  9. Add half the fillet steak and fry quickly, seasoning and turning it as you do so, for just over one minute. Transfer to a plate and repeat with the rest of the oil and steak.

  10. Return the onion mixture to the pan and pour in the soured cream. Bring to the boil and simmer for a minute or so, until thickened.

  11. Return the steak to the pan and heat very gently for one minute - the beef should not be cooked any further.

  12. Stir in the lemon juice and parsley and serve with the matchstick potatoes.

SHAT...
I would not eat tripe..afterall you provide enough of it here.
I am so glad that you told me about the French for snails (like I didn't know).
Perhaps you could translate this

" SHAT is as Left Wing NobHound..with a penchant for ferries and school children"?
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Post  gerber on Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:17 pm

scrat wrote:

Windolikka your obsession with teenies has been noted!

However as a thickcunt northern monkey you'll not know anything about cuisine other than tripe and onions!

In France snails are called escargot, best served with lightly champignons and a sweet cold chardonnay!

Back on topic! BEEF STROGANOFF!!!







For the matchstick potatoes



  • 450g/1lb floury potatoes, such as Maris Piper, peeled


  • sunflower oil, (olive oil) for deep-frying

Preparation method




  1. Cut the steak into slices 1cm/0.5in thick, then cut each slice across the grain into strips 1cm/0.5in wide.


  2. For the matchstick potatoes, cut the potatoes by hand into short sticks 3mm/0.2in thick or use a mandoline. Set aside in a bowl of cold water.


  3. Heat the sunflower oil for deep-frying, either in a large pan or in a deep-fat fryer, to 190C/375F.


  4. Meanwhile, melt the butter in a large frying pan, add the paprika and onion and cook slowly until the onion is soft and sweet, but not browned.


  5. Add the mushrooms and fry gently for three minutes. Transfer the mixture to a plate and keep warm.


  6. Drain the matchstick potatoes and dry thoroughly in a clean tea towel or a salad spinner.

    Technique: Learning to chop: the 'julienne' technique



  7. Plunge the potatoes into the hot oil and fry for three minutes, until crisp and golden. Drain briefly on kitchen paper and keep hot in a low oven.


  8. Using the same pan you cooked the onion mixture in, heat one and a half tablespoons of sunflower oil until very hot.


  9. Add half the fillet steak and fry quickly, seasoning and turning it as you do so, for just over one minute. Transfer to a plate and repeat with the rest of the oil and steak.


  10. Return the onion mixture to the pan and pour in the soured cream. Bring to the boil and simmer for a minute or so, until thickened.


  11. Return the steak to the pan and heat very gently for one minute - the beef should not be cooked any further.


  12. Stir in the lemon juice and parsley and serve with the matchstick potatoes.

makes the corned beef hash look poultry
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