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    Quote Originally Posted by asset test View Post
    Hmmm I can see what you mean now. Will give it a go as an experiment with spuds. But they take forever to bake in the oven. An hour and a half is my experience. So I nuke them for a few minutes before going in the oven.

    I always made a split down th middle and put butter in. But mayb that's not necessary at cooking stage.

    But I can assure you, REAL butter is essential when they come to the table!
    They take a lot less in a fire, don't break the skin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asset test View Post
    Hmmm I can see what you mean now. Will give it a go as an experiment with spuds. But they take forever to bake in the oven. An hour and a half is my experience. So I nuke them for a few minutes before going in the oven.

    I always made a split down th middle and put butter in. But mayb that's not necessary at cooking stage.

    But I can assure you, REAL butter is essential when they come to the table!
    I have parboiled them for around 10 minutes before putting them in the oven.

    And you can eat them without butter too, they have their own sweet, nutty flavour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gracethepirate View Post
    I have parboiled them for around 10 minutes before putting them in the oven.

    And you can eat them without butter too, they have their own sweet, nutty flavour.
    Life is for living, and a baked or boiled, or mashed spud without REAL butter and a smidgin of salt is no good IMV!
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    Quote Originally Posted by asset test View Post
    Life is for living, and a baked or boiled, or mashed spud without REAL butter and a smidgin of salt is no good IMV!
    Try before deny
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    Panettoni back in Lidl I see...4.99(large!!!!)...makes the most delicious bread and butter pudding on the planet!!
    Also scrummy just as it is..or toasted and plenty of REAL butter!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spidermom View Post
    Panettoni back in Lidl I see...4.99(large!!!!)...makes the most delicious bread and butter pudding on the planet!!
    Also scrummy just as it is..or toasted and plenty of REAL butter!!
    Give us the full recipe please, Spidey. I saw a recipe once for chocolate bread and butter pudding. When i made it it was delicious, but terribly rich...
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    make it like you would ordinary bread and butter.
    Thick slices buttered and layered in a dish...
    Pint of milk in a pan (568 mls for those that do that metric sh1te)...bring to the boil.Take off the heat and whisk in a beaten egg.pour into the dish....sprinkle with brown sugar..and into a hot oven (200) for about 30 mins.
    Serve with ice-cream or cream...absolutely delish!!


    and laden with calories I'm sure...but its winter...and we need a bit of insulation surely!!
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    A great positive thread this one . A favorite cheap quick meal of mine is cold boiled spud chipped and fried in the pan in a small amount of olive oil ,with two fried eggs . Good quality tomato relish on the spuds and Thai sweet chili sauce on the eggs . It's surprisingly good and costs cents .
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    Quote Originally Posted by spidermom View Post
    make it like you would ordinary bread and butter.
    Thick slices buttered and layered in a dish...
    Pint of milk in a pan (568 mls for those that do that metric sh1te)...bring to the boil.Take off the heat and whisk in a beaten egg.pour into the dish....sprinkle with brown sugar..and into a hot oven (200) for about 30 mins.
    Serve with ice-cream or cream...absolutely delish!!


    and laden with calories I'm sure...but its winter...and we need a bit of insulation surely!!
    I notice you haven't included raisins.

    I knew you had some redeeming qualities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angler View Post
    A great positive thread this one . A favorite cheap quick meal of mine is cold boiled spud chipped and fried in the pan in a small amount of olive oil ,with two fried eggs . Good quality tomato relish on the spuds and Thai sweet chili sauce on the eggs . It's surprisingly good and costs cents .
    Thai sweet chilli sauce is the devil's work.

    Awful sh!te which I will never forgive the Celtic Tiger for inflicting upon us.
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