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Favourite Recipe? by perfectbitch on 4 November 2005 5:20pm
 
Something quick and nutritious preferably and a brief description. If anyone wants the whole recipe, then they can ask. Here's one I discovered the other day and it's delicious.

Marinade in roasting tin (overnight if pos) chicken breasts in olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic, shallots, rosemary, thyme, pepper and salt.
When ready to cook, add some water and put in oven for 45 mins and baste. Then transfer chicken to serving dish and bring juices to the boil. Add redcurrant jelly and creme fraiche and serve with veg of your choice. Bon apetit!
 
Re: Favourite Recipe? by suzulu on 4 November 2005 10:57pm
 
Sounds delicious, Linz! Please could I have the whole recipe? Sue
 
Re: Favourite Recipe? by perfectbitch on 5 November 2005 9:56am
 
My pleasure Sue.
The marinade is enough for up to 4 skinned chicken breasts but I think you could get away with skinned thighs.

Marinade:-
4 cloves garlic
8 shallots (onion will do)
6 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
4 tablespoons olive oil
2 sprigs rosemary
2 sprigs thyme
Salt and pepper

Marinade chicken for as long as possible in a roasting tin. (Overnight is ideal but it's still good if you do it in the morning and cook it in the evening)
Heat oven to 190c or gas 5-6.
Add 2 tablespoons of water and cook for 45 minutes, basting 2-3 times durig cooking.
When cooked, transfer chicken into a warmed serving dish and put roasting tin with the juices on the hob. Bring this to the boil and add 2 teaspoons of redcurrent jelly and 4 tablespoons creme fraiche (a little more than a small tub). Adjust seasoning to your taste ans serve.
 
Re: Favourite Recipe? by suzulu on 6 November 2005 2:39am
 
Thanks, Linz! I shall try it out next weekend! Sue
 
Re: Favourite Recipe? by Ahren on 6 November 2005 10:25pm
 
ooooo, while on the subject of cooking, does anyone have any good ways of not crying while chopping onions?! I end up weeping like a baby!
 
Re: Favourite Recipe? by Blasi on 6 November 2005 10:32pm
 
Tis a bit fiddly but you could try chopping them in one of those clear plastic bags from the supermarket. Works for me and has made garlic a viable ingredient once more after a prolonged ostracism.

Great recipe, BTW! I'd have to go with the chicken thighs though.
 
Re: Favourite Recipe? by perfectbitch on 7 November 2005 4:15pm
 
Wearing glasses helps Ahren and I have read somewhere that a piece of bread half in your mouth will stop the tears but then you have the problem of what to do with soggy bread!! I think Blasi's plastic bag idea is good though.
 
Re: Favourite Recipe? by sminobe on 8 November 2005 5:51pm
 
Favorite dish relative to this site?
Spam ala Python.

I don't know if anyone posted the silly verbage on the Spamalot Collector's Edition can of Golden Honey Grail Spam, but here goes (you can see the whole label on Pythonline, but you can't read all the words).

Front:
SPAM
Golden Honey Grail
Wicked-awesome SPAMALOT Collector's Edition

Side:
Federal regulations prevent us from putting any funny words in this area. But if we could, it would most certainly be a hilarious reference to Monty Python's SPAMalot(tm) and with such Medieval flair as to consume you with riotous laughter.

Back:
What is your quest? To wonder at the marvel of a brilliant nwe musical with lots of singing, dancing and fake swordplay? Or is your quest simply to enjoy the perfect sandwich? To find something better to have with your eggs whilst in the morning shade of your finest shrubbery? Well, noble crusader, look ye no further. This golden honey and premium pork treat will fulfill your every want, you peckish, nibbly avatar!

<A golden honey bee in bottom corner says,> "It's Crusade-a-licious!"

Side:
FULLY COOKED, READY TO EAT-COLD OR HOT.
Taketh the SPAM slices and fry it thusly for exactly 2 minutes. No more, no less. 1 minute is too little, and yet 3 minutes be far longer than thou needeth. Then thou shalt flippeth the SPAM and repeateth these instructions until it be crispy and browned upon both sides of this most tasty provision. The resulting divine creation shalt be lobbed into thine mouth rapidly. For this is the law of SPAM Golden Honey Grail.

My own personal twist -- serve atop a bed of rice & a sunny-side-up egg.
 
Re: Favourite Recipe? by perfectbitch on 8 November 2005 6:00pm
 
Thanks for that sminobe. I just like to learn new and especially quick recipes. I haven't bought Spam for years but I shall buy some tomorrow and try your serving suggestion.
 
Re: Favourite Recipe? by Ahren on 8 November 2005 7:05pm
 
lol, i hate spam but i love what you've done there sminobe!!
 
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