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    Thurkheh Waaleh Beans ( If u aint had these u aint lived )

    1 Can of Heinz Baked Beans (None of that No Frills/Value shit)

    1 Large Onion

    Small knob of butter and olive oil

    Any spices in powder form u can find in ur mum's cupboard

    Dash of lemon juice / Worcestershire Sauce

    Method

    1. Finely dice the onion into cubes

    2. Next add the butter and the Olive oil into a heavy based pan, preferably one thats had some form of thurkafying done in it before. (those adept at cooking will know that adding olive oil to the butter prevents it from burning)

    3. Sweat the onions off until soft. Next add selection of spices: Garam Masala, Chilli Powder, Geera, Turmeric.

    4. Cook all the spices off and when they are well combined add the tin of beans, stirring well.

    5. While the beans are being heated prepare the accompanying toast. If trying to impress a romantic interest, why not add a slice of cheese for that added wow factor.

    6. Just before serving the beans add the dash of lemon juice / Worcestershire. Serve on a warm plate preferably with a cup of tea.


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    Rice Krispies

    1. Purchase some "Rice Krispies" they are widely available and can also be found in variety packs for the kiddies.

    2. Find the right size bowl in line with your hunger and fill it up with the cereal. USE CAUTION! CEREAL MAY SPILL OVER WITHOUT YOU NOTICING, YOU THEN MIGHT STEP ON IT, CAUSING YOU TO DRAMATICALLY FALL AND BUNK THE DAY OFF WORK/SCHOOL.

    3. Add milk

    WARNING: If you've run out of milk, try and borrow some off the fit bird that lives next door. Turn up in your PJ's/dressing gown with your manly chest slightly visible tempting her. If ya get lucky she might cook something for you after you give her some lovin. FAT BLOKES DONT TRY THIS AT HOME. If this cunning plan fails just use water or orange juice.

    4. Sprinkle of sugar if thats how ya like it. Make sure you dont get it mixed up with the salt as i did once, cuz it really doesn't go with the orange juice.
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    Saag Chicken - Chicken Saag- woteva

    Ingredients:

    3 lb. chicken cut into pieces
    1 lb fresh spinach
    2 medium onions sliced thinly
    5 tablespoons cooking oil, or 200 g (7 ounces butter)
    1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
    ½ glass water
    4 cloves of grated garlic
    ginger about the same amount as the garlic -grated
    1 teaspoon chilli powder
    1 teaspoon cumin powder
    2 teaspoons coriander powder
    l½ teaspoons turmeric
    2 teaspoons sweet paprika
    salt to taste

    METHOD

    Heat the oil or butter in a saucepan and fry the onions, cinnamon and cloves for 2/3mins. until golden brown. Now add the garlic, ginger and fry for one minute more before adding the water, and stirring in the chilli, cumin, coriander, paprika and turmeric. Then add the chicken pieces and fry for a further 2/3 minutes.
    Add the spinach and cook on a low heat for a further 15/20 minutes stirring occasionally, add a pinch or 2 of salt


    (yes i have copied me post from mizs cookin topic!!!)


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    is this all u guys can think of?!?!?!


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    LOOOOOOL AT RICE CRIPIES!!! HAHAAAAAAAAA
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    >>Easy ALOO Chana chart <<

    Ingredients
    - 1 can of new potatoes
    -1 can of chick peas*
    -2 1/2 or 3 tomatoes
    - 1/4 teaspoon of ground chilli poeder
    -1/4 teasspoon of salt
    - 1 1/2 teaspoon of Chaat Masala
    -1/2 teaspoon of zeera
    - fresh or frozen corriander (Dhanyiah)
    -1/4 teaspoon dried or Mint
    -3 1/4 of greek yoghurt..or any other yoghurt( depending on how thick you want the texture)
    - ( FOR A CRSIPER TEXTURE yOU CAN ALSO ADD ONIONS )

    Method:
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    Dice the new potatoes into halves and put into a bowl
    -Add all the spices metioned above into the bowl(with the aloo!)^^
    **Dont add the yoghurt yet **
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    Add the tomatoes( Dice these into very small pieces)
    - Add the channa
    -Then add the yoghurt and Toss all the ingredeints till everything is coted evenly

    And tar-raaaaaa there u have it




    ***Optional garnish - chopped onion, tomato julienne, fre
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    ** For a extra tangy flavour you can add tamrind and mint chutney!
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    i have been reading these recipes and they all seem mouth watering will add my recipes soon x x

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    TUNA AND SWEETCORN PASTA BAKE

    Ingredients:

    2X handfuls Fusilli pasta
    1 tin of tuna fish
    1/2 can of sweetcorn
    1 tbsp mayonnaise
    some grated cheddar cheese
    2 tsp of margarine

    Method:

    In a cooking pot cook the Fusilli pasta for approximately 10-12minutes. Whilst the pasta is cooking in a mixing bowl add in the tuna fish and sweetcorn with the mayonnaise and mix together so that the tuna fish and sweetcorn is mixed together with the mayonnaise.

    In a casserole or glass dish cover the inside with margarine and add in the cooked pasta without the water. Top the pasta up with the tuna fish and sweetcorn mixture and mix together so that the pasta is covered.

    Sprinkle on the cheddar cheese on top of the covered pasta and place the lid onto the casserole or glass dish and place in the microwave for 10minutes full power and allow to cook. When the tuna and sweetcorn pasta bake has cooked for 10minutes allow to cool for 5minutes then serve.

    Serving suggestion: Salad with slices of toasted garlic bread

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    Quote Originally Posted by BhangraMan View Post
    Thurkheh Waaleh Beans ( If u aint had these u aint lived )

    1 Can of Heinz Baked Beans (None of that No Frills/Value shit)

    1 Large Onion

    Small knob of butter and olive oil

    Any spices in powder form u can find in ur mum's cupboard

    Dash of lemon juice / Worcestershire Sauce

    Method

    1. Finely dice the onion into cubes

    2. Next add the butter and the Olive oil into a heavy based pan, preferably one thats had some form of thurkafying done in it before. (those adept at cooking will know that adding olive oil to the butter prevents it from burning)

    3. Sweat the onions off until soft. Next add selection of spices: Garam Masala, Chilli Powder, Geera, Turmeric.

    4. Cook all the spices off and when they are well combined add the tin of beans, stirring well.

    5. While the beans are being heated prepare the accompanying toast. If trying to impress a romantic interest, why not add a slice of cheese for that added wow factor.

    6. Just before serving the beans add the dash of lemon juice / Worcestershire. Serve on a warm plate preferably with a cup of tea.


    Bon Appetit
    Hmmmm......sounds tasty......have to try that!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiceCrispy View Post
    Rice Krispies

    1. Purchase some "Rice Krispies" they are widely available and can also be found in variety packs for the kiddies.

    2. Find the right size bowl in line with your hunger and fill it up with the cereal. USE CAUTION! CEREAL MAY SPILL OVER WITHOUT YOU NOTICING, YOU THEN MIGHT STEP ON IT, CAUSING YOU TO DRAMATICALLY FALL AND BUNK THE DAY OFF WORK/SCHOOL.

    3. Add milk

    WARNING: If you've run out of milk, try and borrow some off the fit bird that lives next door. Turn up in your PJ's/dressing gown with your manly chest slightly visible tempting her. If ya get lucky she might cook something for you after you give her some lovin. FAT BLOKES DONT TRY THIS AT HOME. If this cunning plan fails just use water or orange juice.

    4. Sprinkle of sugar if thats how ya like it. Make sure you dont get it mixed up with the salt as i did once, cuz it really doesn't go with the orange juice.
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    ah man, the recipes make the food sound lush! cant beat homemade food.

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