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something that takes about 30 minutes and can be made vegetarianly.
this is a thread for dinner suggestions, not a guessing game.
i use what her face a girl named jack's recipe:
than sandwiches fried in mayo at the moment. theyre so fucking good
get frying pan on medium heat
slice some tiny scraps of chorizo into the pan with a tiny bit of butter (i actually use the lurpack spray butter stuff, which is ok, just needs a tiny bit of lubrication like)
while that's sizzling, take a slice of bread, spread it with ghanaian shito,
then lay on a slice of gouda or emmental or whatever.
drip on some worcestershire sauce
now shake your chorizo scraps onto the sandwich
(optional stage: add sauerkraut)
now grate on a bit of parmesan
grind some black pepper on
not put your second slice of bread on
spread mayo on top of sandwich, as thin as you possibly can
respray the frying pan
pop sandwich in mayo side down
fry it for a minute or two, whilst spreading mayo on top, again very thinly indeed
flip it over, spray on a lil more butter spray hey why not
serve, have a great time, be loved by all (could serve with tomato soup perhaps)
c.400 calories, aint no thing
(Hey. I didnt name it)
Leave out the anchovies....(put a bit of extra salt in)
this seems harsh though
"Scatter with chopped parsley, if there's some to hand, and serve in slatternly style, preferably with an untipped cigarette clamped between crimson-painted lips."
did this last night it's great http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/vegetarian-recipes/11016957/Tomato-and-coconut-cassoulet-recipe.html
and all veggie/vegan. just so good.
I am going to make mac cheese, and make it REALY mustardy and I'm going to cut up my left pver hot dog sausages fomr lunch and put that through the mix, and i'm going ot add cheese and breadcrumbs and bake it for ages.
so you could do that but with maybe some leeks instead of sausage if you don't eat meat. You could do it in half an hour if you pre heat your oven while you're boiling the pasta and making the cheese sauce.
Pre-heat oven to 220 degrees (gas mark whatever)
Roll puff pastry into a 30x20cm rectangle. Place on a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper. Score a line all the way around, about 2cm from the perimeter.
Mix eight cherry tomatoes, two tbsp. olive oil, one crushed garlic clove, four thyme stalks of leaves, eight halved cherry tomatoes in a mixing bowl.
Tumble the mixture onto the middle of the pastry. Be careful not to cross your scored line.
Crumble approx. 80g of goats cheese on top.
Bake for 20 minutes.
Variations: add figs, balsamic vinegar
lovely people. I'll probably try most of them but tonight I think I'm going to go with desertshore's avocado pesto linguini.
Congratulations desertshore, you sure are (or should that be "shore" are) a great winner!
it needs a food processor