Something complicated with food selling rules why they don't keep stuff got .today I went for the home made Greggs experience
took a Greggs sausage roll out the freezer , cooked it in the halogen oven for twenty minutes , left it till it went cold and soggy then covered it with brown sauce, then ate it
actually , I only really like Greggs sausage rolls(not the vegan shitty ones) but as it's been years since I actually had a hot one , I now occasionally buy a pack of 8 frozen ones from iceland for when the urge becomes too great...... as it was this morning
what is it with Greggs , are they affraid to sell hot food any more...at one time it was either cold and soggy , or take the roof off your mouth burning hot, not any more
the Sausage roll btw was hot , tasty and just the right amonunt of HP sauce to do it justice ... it was lush!
now off you go with slagging me for posting this
I love a good tagine. I have a tagine pot, used it twice in about 10 years as I prefer using a normal casserole pot.yesterday I made "Moroccan inspired lamb casserole
It should have been a tagine, but someone not me bought Moroccan inspired herbs and spice instead of ras ell hanout, so had to make do with that
handy tip , throw a couple of going hard lemons cut in half when you start to cook crape out the flesh and stir it into the casserole a few minutes before serving it brings the sweetness of the raisins dates and apricots down a little , but it removes any greasiness from the lamb
with steamed rice , it was delicious, and there is a portion left to have on toast for lunch
It never occurs to me to have a burger with veg etc like this. No idea why not as it's a perfectly good way to serve one, especially if you don't have an appropriate bun/roll to put it on, whereas I've always got veg I could use. It's just a frikkadellen after all.