Pork Fat Therapy/ What are you eating?


#4514

That looks spot on to me. My wife cooks need rendang regularly.


#4515

Sambar tonight, cobbled together from these two recipes (mainly the first, but using the other for spice amounts rather thanking a big batch of sambar powder).

https://www.saveur.com/article/recipes/sambar-south-indian-vegetable-stew


#4516

Easily disguised for the more sensitive by some judicious sprinkling of Coriander :+1:


#4517

Holiday Inn Edinburgh airport - haddock and chips.


#4518

deep fried Mars bar and custard for pudding?


#4519

Nah, not into local deserts…the fish n chips was good though - cooked nicely.


#4520

Is your dinner sitting on the Daily Mail? :thinking:


#4521

Yesterday’s news…


#4522

Those chips look undercooked!


#4523

they don’t look like real chips


#4524

Duh! It’s a Holiday Inn :roll_eyes:


#4525

Anyone got a decent beef stew recipe?


#4526

Use beef shin. It’s the win.


#4527

Well yes, though I’m quite partial to tail.


#4528

Or beef cheeks


#4529

We know that.

Try shoulder. That makes good stew


#4530

I’m wanting a recipe, love a good hearty rich stew but always disappointed with the end result when I’ve tried.


#4531

Gary Rhodes has recipe from Rhodes Around Britain.

Coat the meat in seasoned flour, brown.

Brown the veg lightly (carrot, celery, onions)

put in pan cover with stout, reduce by half add some beef stock, bay leaf, sprig of thyme. cook slowly for about 2.5 hours

hard fry in a separate pan some sliced large cap mushrooms.

throw mushrooms into pan, and add some Charlotte pots (they dont disintegrate), cook until pots are done.

chow down


#4532

When you say stew do you mean cooking on the hob? Or a casserole in the oven?

I think it’s always better in the oven.


#4533

Stew