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Old 03-22-2013, 01:28 AM   #1
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Dinner Friday 22nd March

Tonight, very soon actually, we are making Korma Butter Chicken with cous cous and also making some flatbreads
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Old 03-22-2013, 02:00 AM   #2
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Curried beef shin with lots of onion and stywe pap.
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Old 03-22-2013, 02:16 AM   #3
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Tonight, very soon actually, we are making Korma Butter Chicken with cous cous and also making some flatbreads
Since you are always trying new recipes and you love chicken, I've dug up an old favourite I used to make when I still loved chicken for you.
I think you'll like this.



Black Chicken
2 kg Chicken thighs and legs (skinned) skins don't work well with this recipe
1 cup worcestershire sauce
1 cup tomato sauce
1/4 cup of olive oil
1/2 cup of white grape or malt vinegar
3 large onions sliced
300gr of brown mushrooms sliced

Season chicken with salt and pepper. Brown with onions and mushrooms.
Place in a casserole dish. Mix the rest of the ingredients with 250ml of water. Pour over chicken and bake for 2 hours. Check occasionally if it needs more water. Sauce can be thickened with a cornstarch slurry if thicker sauce is preferred. Serve with plain rice.
P.S Carrots and potatoes can be added but note the veggies will discolour.
I serve steamed veg on the side instead

P.S Tomato sauce is (Ketchup)
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We will be eating at our friends' house. She mentioned that she has some avocados that should be ready tomorrow, so I think I have her talked into tacos.
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Old 03-22-2013, 09:06 AM   #5
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I've been wanting to make a vegetarian lasagne all week. Not sure if I'll do it today or tomorrow. I am thinking of using eggplant instead of pasta for one of the noodle layers and making some brown rice lasagne sheets for the other noodle layers. If not today, than tomorrow and today will be something simple.
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Old 03-22-2013, 11:46 AM   #6
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Tonight, very soon actually, we are making Korma Butter Chicken with cous cous and also making some flatbreads
That sounds good. Kathleen really likes butter chicken. We ordered curry last night.

Tonight I have a duck out and dressed in the fridge to dry a bit. Will stick it in the over in a couple hours.

ROAST DUCK!

And thanks for getting us started each day.
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Yum, Frank! I haven't had duck in ages. It isn't TB's favourite so I don't serve it often.

I am not totally sure what to have today, but I do know it will centre around some mild Italian sausage. Could be pizza, pasta or sausage subs!
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I still have some spinach salad fixins lurking in the frig, may whip up an elegant PBJ to go with and for sure some popcorn for the NCAA viewings..
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With all the of the snow I will most likely just eat at the hotel.
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Hamburger stroganoff with spaetzel or noodles and asparagus. Maybe glazed carrots if I feel like it.
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