Tonight I cooked..........

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You won't be getting pudding if she reads this:slow:
 
Slow cooked mustard and horseradish lamb chops.

@Kirkz this makes really delicious brown stuff and is great for cheaper lamb chops. I've never tried this recipe with shin or slices of stewing steak, but imagine it would be good. Can recommend that you will like it....

Liberally smear both sides of meat with jar type ready made mustard then do the same with jar type horseradish sauce and place in slow cooker. To a decent sized jug, add (maybe more if a lot) a crumbled beef OXO cube and a heaped teaspoon of flour, then gradually stir in a quarter pint of boiling water and add a further teaspoon of both mustard and horseradish, pour into slow cooker around chops then use any setting to suit your time, and cook until really tender. When ready, I remove chops and just stir up and boil the resulting sauce for a bit. Simple, plain and delicious.

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Slow cooked mustard and horseradish lamb chops.

@Kirkz this makes really delicious brown stuff and is great for cheaper lamb chops. I've never tried this recipe with shin or slices of stewing steak, but imagine it would be good. Can recommend that you will like it....

Liberally smear both sides of meat with jar type ready made mustard then do the same with jar type horseradish sauce and place in slow cooker. To a decent sized jug, add (maybe more if a lot) a crumbled beef OXO cube and a heaped teaspoon of flour, then gradually stir in a quarter pint of boiling water and add a further teaspoon of both mustard and horseradish, pour into slow cooker around chops then use any setting to suit your time, and cook until really tender. When ready, I remove chops and just stir up and boil the resulting sauce for a bit. Simple, plain and delicious.

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That looks seriously good - I'll give it a try with the mustard and horseradish next week.
 
Too right.

I used to have an electric chip fryer, complete with lid and filter.

It stank out my flat each time that I used it and was an absolute bastard to clean.

So yes, I do use oven chips when I fancy them, just as Jarrod uses Lidl frozen goose fat roasting spuds when he can't be arsed to do them from scratch.
Awful smelly things, I had one and binned it, really does need a chip pan.
 
Slow cooked mustard and horseradish lamb chops.

@Kirkz this makes really delicious brown stuff and is great for cheaper lamb chops. I've never tried this recipe with shin or slices of stewing steak, but imagine it would be good. Can recommend that you will like it....

Liberally smear both sides of meat with jar type ready made mustard then do the same with jar type horseradish sauce and place in slow cooker. To a decent sized jug, add (maybe more if a lot) a crumbled beef OXO cube and a heaped teaspoon of flour, then gradually stir in a quarter pint of boiling water and add a further teaspoon of both mustard and horseradish, pour into slow cooker around chops then use any setting to suit your time, and cook until really tender. When ready, I remove chops and just stir up and boil the resulting sauce for a bit. Simple, plain and delicious.

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Looks great @Monty417 and you took and uploaded a pic unlike that lazy fooker @vinniethemanxcat who just used a pic off the internet.
 
Tanner to a pound they don’t actually look like that outside of an ad agency.

But they do look good and 33% meat is better than a lot of shop pies.
No they don't, that's how I know he nicked it.
They taste lush deep fried though.
 
Jeezus K.

Even I never thought of deep frying a S&K pudding.

And I am not exactly a stranger to calories.

I will let you know how it goes!
 
Jeezus K.

Even I never thought of deep frying a S&K pudding.

And I am not exactly a stranger to calories.

I will let you know how it goes!
I get them from the local chippy.
If you're doing it at home make sure the fat is really hot and there are no breaks in the suet or the filling will all leak out.
 
Nowt wrong with a good salad*

I still have fond memories of a generous Nicoise served up at a café in Bourg St Maurice, nearly a decade ago.
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*On a hot day - I couldn't look at one in this fackin' 'orrible weather . . . this a time for brahn food.
Married a week and the new wife and I to a Greek restaurant in Sennelager. Anyway she asked for a large tomato salad. I asked her if she really knew what it was. Of course I have a GCSE in German, was her reply. OK you can have it but you must eat it all. The biggest plate of tomatoes turns up. She hasn't tried a one for 17 years
 
Married a week and the new wife and I to a Greek restaurant in Sennelager. Anyway she asked for a large tomato salad. I asked her if she really knew what it was. Of course I have a GCSE in German, was her reply. OK you can have it but you must eat it all. The biggest plate of tomatoes turns up. She hasn't tried a one for 17 years
Shame you haven't got a gcse in English.
 

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