The **Now Eating** Thread

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The main advantage that square/slice/Lorne sausage has (same item, just different names depending on where you are) over the standard "tube style" sausage is in a roll as you don't have to be careful when biting down and the sauce squirting out the bottom between the sausages like can happen with the standard ones :cry:
 
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Care to share the recipe? I'm really liking the look of them.

Sure! I just made it up as I went along so you'll have to eyeball quantities.

Meat mix is minced beef, very finely chopped onion and red pepper, garam masala, turmeric, fresh chilli, garlic and ginger, a little tomato paste to bind, tamarind, seasoning to taste.

Flatbread dough was wholemeal bread flour, enough plain yoghurt to bind, a little garam masala and cumin seeds, generous pinch of salt and sugar.

Cook off the meat mix, then roll out the dough quite thinly on a floured board, add meat to one half, fold the other half over, seal edges and gently roll to flatten, but no so much that the meat gets through the dough!

Lightly oil each side and cook on a dry griddle/frying pan over a medium heat until the bread is cooked, should only take a few minutes each side.

You could of course find a proper naan recipe but I didn't want to wait.
 
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Couldn't decide between a lamb jalfrezi and a madras so I got both :D

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Rice is my own, never feels right ordering rice for crazy markups.
 
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Looks good quality vs Wetherspons ... maybe golden days of british rail breakfast haven't gone, were kippers an option.

Is keyboardit safe - now have a strict covid like distancing rule for beverages, plus no parties, after one spill.
 
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