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Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by Lover, Feb 1, 2011.
Homemade or frozen (Aunt Bessie's etc)?
Homemade every time! Can't stand Aunt Bessies anymore.
Mmmmm homemade! Frozen ones are for post-night shift emergencies only!
defo homemade. theyre dead easy too I do mine in groundnut oil.
deffinatly homemade cant stand frozen ones anymore but then im one who doesnt even use frozen yorkie puds make them too
Homemade for us too. Don't think I've ever even tried the frozen ones (not to my knowledge anyway )
Homemade. I'm famous for my super crispy roast potatoes lol.
Homemade, finally perfected them and there is nothing better!
frozen potatoes taste like arse
tbf i don't use alot of frozen anything
i enjoy cooking too much lol
I dont mind either tbh.xxx
Frozen are gross! I par boilmy potatoes and then cook them in either goosefat or butter, rosemary, garlic and Onion. Devine
home made....I hate frozen!
AUNT BESSIES!! For everything
Homemade ones take forever to do, par boiling means extra washing up,pans, chopping board, peelings and mess everywhere, and then you have to get the oil really hot in the oven and wait at least 40 minutes.....chuck aunt bessies on baking tray and have done is what I do 20 minutes, sorted
i re use the boiling pot for the veggies, just re fill the pan
chuck the peeling in the empty packet with the rest of them
put the potatoes in with the meat (already hot and oily)
everything is ready at the same time
and i don't have to wash as i go
homemade! goosefat, pepper and loaaaaaaads of garlic salt
Homemade - with goose fat, yum
Defo homemade. Yummy, with loads of butter and gravy
Homemade. With goose fat or a mix of butter and olive oil. Loads of salt, garlic and thyme. Crispy outside, fluffy buttery middle. Mmmmmmmmmmm.
When we have a roast dinner at the weekend, it tends to just be a tiny bit of meat, loads of brocolli and carrots - and a massive big pile of roasties. Holly is as bad as me for them, we both make complete pigs of ourselves with them. Yum.
Homemade with olive oil - nom!