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Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by Rosie, May 31, 2006.
Currywurst with fries and Mayonnaise, aka Mantaplatte.
Greybread and Kieler Sprotten.
Hot damn, that looks good! Recipe???
Supper last night one of our favourites. BBQ'd tandoori chicken thighs with basmati rice. I am all about the BBQ, but boy am I looking forward to spring!!!
Very simple. Take your favorite Bratwurst, I prefer raw, not scalded from the butcher, throw in a cast iron pan or better onto a BBQ grill. Fry or grill real crisp, cut to rough slices and put the sauce over it. I use Stokes Curry ketchup with some beef stock for the sauce, consistency by taste. Top it with your favorite Curry powder, that’s it. Fries shouldn’t be a mystery, the Mayo I use is Develey‘s.
Lasagna and garlic bread
Pork loin, green beans, baked potato. Cold winter fare.
Baked potato soup
braised beef short ribs (have to find reasons to use my Costco indulgence....Cast iron Dutch oven. Made my version of a Korean spicy plum sauce with rice and stir fried pea pods, fresh raw beansprouts for garnish. Best news, they were good and enough leftovers to do it again tomorrow.
It’s going to Halusky today
Turnip stew with Kassler neck and air dried sausages.
Teriyaki pork chops, biscuits, rice, and garlic green beans.
Kids are over....spaghetti night. It's easy, they love it....everybody wins.
Tonight is pasta night here as well. Large/fat penne pasta, dressed in walnut oil/garlic butter/ topped with roasted walnuts. My wife baked an herbed flat bread and I will flash fry zucchini sticks.
That sounds really tasty
It turned out better than anticipated. Lots of flavour. We love simple yet tasty meals. I added a bit of chicken stock for flavour and moisture
Grilled ham and cheese sandwiches and chicken noodle soup.
BBQ pork sandwiches
Tortellini in a marinara sauce with garlic biscuits and steamed broccoli.