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Chicken Tikka Masala With Paneer & Chilli

Posted by on Oct 18, 2020 in Recipes
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Chicken Paneer Tikka Chilli Masala Chicken Tikka Masala is a favourite in the ‘Ome Made house. Only thing is, we have to have it a little hotter. Madras hot is about right for us. Paneer is also a great addition. If you’re not a fan or you’re struggling to get hold of some, it can …

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‘Ome Made Falafel

Posted by on Feb 6, 2015 in Recipes
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  Falafel are great… or can be if they’re made right! The thing is you need to put bags of flavour in there. You need serious amounts of garlic, lemon juice, pepper and salt. And then of course there’s the spices. For me it has to be heavy on the cumin, probably my favourite spice …

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Have Your Cake & Eat It… Just not until Christmas!

Posted by on Nov 4, 2014 in Recipes
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Last year I posted a blog on Stir Up Sunday with a recipe for Christmas Pudding. Click on this link ‘Christmas Pudding’ if you want to see it. This Year I’m giving a recipe for Christmas Cake. You may think it’s a bit early but this cake tastes better for a bit of maturing. Put …

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Things That Go ‘Pump’ In The Night!

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in Recipes
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It’s that time of year again! It seems like the Kids have only just gone back to school and then the next thing you know Halloween is here! We normally let the kids stay up a bit later on Halloween. They don’t go out trick or treating but they love it when other children come …

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Cheeky Cow!

Posted by on Mar 14, 2014 in Recipes, Trends
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Mike, our butcher, had got a couple of Ox Cheeks in. I’ve never had them before but I thought I’d give them a go. I’d read about them and understood that they needed a nice slow cook. Apparently they make an absolutely wicked chilli, or should that be cheeky chilli!  I think the bit of …

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Curried Bakers Oven Lamb

Posted by on Mar 7, 2014 in Recipes, Trends
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Here’s a traditional English dish given an ‘Ome Made twist, to be fair it was Kits’ idea. I was just going to do the plain English dish of lamb shoulder baked on top of layers of potato and onion, which in it’s own right is delicious. Add some spice, herbs and a curry sauce though and it …

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Tandoori Chicken… Or Three?

Posted by on Feb 26, 2014 in Recipes
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Chicken Tandoori seems to be quite popular in our house at the moment. It makes a nice Sunday roast!   We use a whole chicken… well actually three! The leftovers of course go into the Kids school pack-up and they make a rather nice curry (Chicken Tikka Massala Madras hot is a favourite!)   Of …

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Sweet Potato & Red Chili Soup

Posted by on Jan 24, 2014 in Recipes, Talking Borax
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  Soup… We absolutely love it in our house. Not the tinned variety of course. It has to be ‘Ome-made! And it’s so easy to make. You take your favourite ingredients sweat them off in some butter add some stock, cook for a bit and then blitz. Not leek and potato soup though, that can’t …

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Crispy Cornflake Tart… For An Old Fart!

Posted by on Jan 19, 2014 in Recipes, Trends
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  Most people I know seem to remember this from their schooldays… I don’t! What a deprived childhood I must have had! It’s one of Kits favourites. I remember her telling me about it and I was just looking at her with a vacant “what are you on about?” look on my face. Then Kit …

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BBQ Short Ribs

Posted by on Jan 5, 2014 in Recipes, Trends
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So one Friday I get a call from Mick the Butcher… “Jez” (Yeah, I know it’s Jerome or ‘Ome, I’ve never been a Jez but then Mick is Mike so I guess we’re even!) “I’ve got some Highland short ribs in d’ya want ’em?” It turns out that a restaurant had ordered them but then …

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