Favourite dish

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  1. Covstu

    Covstu Well-Known Member

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    Masterchef is on the box, just finished a lovely sweet and sour chicken so have food on the mind. If you could pick ONE meal what would it be?
    For me it would be a curry, always have time for one and so tasty. Maybe a nice Madras
     
  2. fernandopartridge

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    Hmmm. Hard to see past a top quality steak really, rib eye medium rare with bernaise sauce. Nothing more satisfying imo.

    That said, honourable mentions to Thai Crispy Pork Belly with Chilli & Basil with coconut rice or a good quality Haddock, Chips and Mushy Peas with home made tartare sauce
     
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    Done this before.

    P I Z Z A!!!!!!!!

    But not a Domino's one with toppings!Grr!!!!
     
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    Got to be Steak and Kidney pie and chips,with mushy peas. I'm having it Friday night as a treat, been a long week !
     
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    Rib eye steak pan fried 3 minutes either side then put in the oven wrapped in tin foil

    Mushrooms and onion rings and chunky home made chips and

    Prawn cocktail with tiger bread to start
     
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    - Casarecce con pesto alla siciliana
    - Chicken Jalfrezi with the spice of a Vindaloo
    - Steak (very rare) with sautaed potatoes
    - Irish stew
    - Chips, battered sausage, mushy peas covered in curry sauce
     
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    They used to serve this dish in the Caludon Castle school cafeterial called Cheese Flan. It was really good. I've never had it since.
    It made my day whenever that was on the menu (if they had a menu).
    I Googled 'cheese flan' and it was nothing like the matches I found.
    It was more like a cheese quiche. Definitely not a dessert or anything baked.
    This is the closest thing I could find:
    The Stuff of Memories With This Classic Cheese and Onion Flan
     
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    I have to admit I do love a pork chop.

    Pork chop, roast potatoes, cabbage, stuffing and lashings of gravy!!

    Laaaverly.
     
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    do you end up eating the steak, or just leave it in the oven?
     
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    Fresh crab ..with fresh brown bread and butter
     
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    Either pizza done like they do in Rome, or bacon cheeseburger like Shake Shack/Five Guys in New York. Add some chunky chips with mayo, proper battered onion rings and some nice coleslaw on the side for the burger.
     
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    Medallions of veal in a wine sauce.
    Crab cakes drizzled with lemon juice.
    Crayfish.
    Chicken Tikka with basmati rice.
    Dal Makhani (Lentil curry) with basmati rice.
     
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    Soft boiled eggs with soldiers
    Popadoms with all the sides
    A good Chicken Rogan
    Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding
    Chicken chow mein
    Thai green curry
    Nasi Goreng
     

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