Have you ever invented your own dish?

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  1. Tangerinedream

    Tangerinedream Well-Known Member

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    Inspired by Masterchef.

    I havnt but my mum makes Fish in milk-

    Smoked mackrel in a grill pan with milk just to cover it, a knob of butter and pepper. Grill until golden brown on top and serve in a bowl with a door stop size slice of bread to soak up the milk... yummy

    Have you ever made up your own dish, and it work? Even served it to others? :)
     
  2. Melanie

    Melanie Well-Known Member

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    My Gran has made fish in milk for as long as i can remember, its lovely!

    I stick all kinds of weird stuff together. Like tuna fish in tomato soup.
     
  3. Tangerinedream

    Tangerinedream Well-Known Member

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    My mum told me she made that up :shock: :rotfl:
     
  4. rob_bangor

    rob_bangor Active Member

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    I have 'invented' breakfast fried rice:

    *Boil rice
    *Cook Bacon, sausages, scrambled eggs, waffles/hash browns, tomatoes, spring onions and any other rubbish to want to stuff in it.
    *Then fry rice until its dry, sticky and starting to brown.
    *Stuff everything into it.


    *Serve instantly!

    Lovely!!!!
     
  5. tattybear85

    tattybear85 Well-Known Member

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    ive invented a pasta bake

    pasta
    tin of chicken condensed soup
    half a tub of low fat cream cheese
    bag of steam veg
    and cheese for the top when grilling

    cook pasta, add soup cream cheese and veg
    put into a oven proof dish and add grated cheese and grill till cheese is golden brown

    Its yummy!!!!!!!!
     
  6. clairescunny55

    clairescunny55 Well-Known Member

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    my whole family cooks fish in milk :think: :rotfl:
     
  7. Kimbo

    Kimbo Well-Known Member

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    tuna bolognese??

    its spaghetti bolognese but with tuna instead of mince
     
  8. paradysso

    paradysso Well-Known Member

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    ive had both poached fish and stir fry rice with english fry up stuff in.


    but tuna bolognaise kimbo???? are u serious?
     
  9. Xena

    Xena Well-Known Member

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    my mam used to buy tins of tuna bolognese from Lidl but they stopped doing it :( it was yummy. (it was just the tuna in bolognese sauce - you still had to cook your own pasta).
     
  10. tattybear85

    tattybear85 Well-Known Member

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    u can buy tins of that down tescos(well here u can) its about 40p and in with all the tin ravioli and stuff like that

    xx
     
  11. leckershell

    leckershell Well-Known Member

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    Fish in milk... they serve that in posh restaurants ;) the milk and the butter are called some sort of sauce but I can't remember what it's called, we learnt it at college the other week
     
  12. glitzyglamgirl

    glitzyglamgirl Well-Known Member

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    ~ Get 4 slices of bread and place on a baking tray
    ~ Cover the top side in tomato puree
    ~ Add grated cheese to taste
    ~ Add cherry tomatoes chopped in half to taste....chopped side down (thats important)
    ~ Sprinkle with paprika
    ~ Place under medium grill for 5 mins until cheese starts to bubble

    Delicious!
     
  13. sparky

    sparky Well-Known Member

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    easy pasta dishes...

    fresh pasta of your choice, bung it in a pan together with asparagus, cook for 4 mins, drain, add strips of parma ham, black pepper and a good dollop of creme fresh, mix and serve with a few shavings of parmasan cheese...lovely and super quick.

    Also do a nice sausage/cheese pasta bake with a twist, simply add a little wholegrain mustard to your cheese sauce to give it a kick goes really nice with the sausages.
     
  14. Tillytots

    Tillytots Well-Known Member

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    Chicken, Ham, Salad & Pasta - so yummy and healthy :cheer:

    Cook pasta - as much as you want

    Whilst pasta is cooking....
    *Chop/dice 1 cooked and chilled chicken breast ( 1 per person)
    *Slice up a handful of wafer thin honey roast ham ( 1 handful per person )
    *dice tomatoes, cucumber, red onion
    *place all of above in a bowl
    *add some sweetcorn about half a small tin per person
    *add mayo
    *mix

    EAT!

    You can substitute the ham with cooked and diced bacon ( not so healthy ) or prawns. You can also grate a little cheese on top.

    Erm...I got loads more things I invented from when I did Weight Watchers....Il have a think :think:

    Oo I do sweet and sour chicken with pasta instead of noodles or rice which is healthier :D
     
  15. paradysso

    paradysso Well-Known Member

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    did u mean...

    Béchamel sauce?
     
  16. leckershell

    leckershell Well-Known Member

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    might be.. can't remember at all what he said lmao
     

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