i posted before how i do my chips and i make crispy battered fish using guiness and flour mixed together to a thick batter.. im useless with weights etc so i put some flour in a bowl and then add small amounts of guiness until it gets to a nice batter
i made chicken strips using breadcrumbs, egg and flour as i mentioned before then i baked them in the oven. opened a pack of tortilla wraps and put them in the microwave to warm, then loaded the wraps with lettuce and tomatoes for my husband and added peppers and onions to mine. i had mine with salsa out of a jar but my husband didnt have anything.
just put some chopped veg and some browned off pork in a casserole dish, add some stock,some thickener and some seasoning then put in the oven at gas mark 4 for an hour and a half then serve with fresh bread!
I now cook everything we eat from scratch too. I used to rely heavily on jars of sauces and thought it would be too much of a pain to cook completely from scratch. About 8 months ago I started making stuff from scratch, it is more time consuming but I get a kick out of knowing I've made it and I know exactly whats gone into it too.
I cook alot from Jamie Olivers Ministry of Food book, really easy recipies too.
i boil my gammon joint for around an hour, preheat the oven to gas mark 6, criss cross the fat, in a pan heat equal amounts of honey and wholegrain mustard, add a dash of soy sauce (you can leave this out if you want) and 100ml of dry cider heat until it goes thick then spoon over the gammon joint
roast for about 25mins (obviously depending on the size of the joint
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