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Doing my spicy crispy buttermilk chicken burgers later before the match. The chicken fillets are marinating in heavily seasoned buttermilk for the next few hours.

 

The batter mix for the chicken fillets contains:

 

Crushed corn flakes

Flour 

Salt and pepper

Garlic granules

Oregano

Chilli powder

Paprika

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On 23/04/2022 at 20:36, Carvalho Diablo said:

Toad in the hole butties

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What the fuck is this? A Yorkshire pudding sausage sandwich. Fucking hell!

 

 

 

 

I like it.

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10 minutes ago, A Red said:

What the fuck is this? A Yorkshire pudding sausage sandwich. Fucking hell!

 

 

 

 

I like it.

Carbalho Diablo 

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17 minutes ago, Carradona said:

Im getting there...

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If I was going to the unmentionable I’d have fucked it off. Seeing the finished version of this trumps any quadruple shmoople. 

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Started with eating more fish again this week. 

So it's been pasta side dish(smallish bit of spinach pasta with a butter and smoked garlic dressing)or rice and then fish(hake/salmon amd tuna so far) with the jars of pickled salads and beetroot you get in local Polish shops

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2 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

Started with eating more fish again this week. 

So it's been pasta side dish(smallish bit of spinach pasta with a butter and smoked garlic dressing)or rice and then fish(hake/salmon amd tuna so far) with the jars of pickled salads and beetroot you get in local Polish shops

Pics or GTFO

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I bought an ex a sushi kit once. Rolling mat etc, we gave it a go one night and it looked like we'd kicked fuck out of all the food. 

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27 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

I bought an ex a sushi kit once. Rolling mat etc, we gave it a go one night and it looked like we'd kicked fuck out of all the food. 

I'm trying to make it for the first time next week. I've been practicing with the rice and think I've now got it right.

 

The kids love it so fingers crossed i dont fuck up.

13 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

 

No

 

Looks ace anyway pal.

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