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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    That would be great if you have time
    I used milk chocolate as I dont like white - but in future Id probably use dark choccy or maybe half & half... or maybe tobelerone!.... enjoy!
    • 180g Choc Ripple biscuits, blended into dust/small crumble.
    • 80g Melted butter.
    Mix them together, press them down hard in the bottom of a cake tin you can take the sides off. I put baking paper in the bottom to make it easier to remove. Allow to set in the fridge for around 30 minutes.
    • 375g White Chocolate (A finer quality like lindt is the way to go, I've tried it with Dream and it wasn't as good.)
    • 100ml cream
    • 300g Mascarpone
    Melt together over a double boiler, Stir it constantly and don't allow it to get too hot.
    Pour over the choc ripple biscuits, allow to set over night. (or at least 5ish hours)

    When taking the tin apart, run warm/hot water around the outside of the tin to slightly melt the sides enough for it to come free.

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    Creamy bacon and Parmesan oysters --- OMG they were amazing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AppleIsleSMum View Post
    I used milk chocolate as I dont like white - but in future Id probably use dark choccy or maybe half & half... or maybe tobelerone!.... enjoy!
    • 180g Choc Ripple biscuits, blended into dust/small crumble.
    • 80g Melted butter.
    Mix them together, press them down hard in the bottom of a cake tin you can take the sides off. I put baking paper in the bottom to make it easier to remove. Allow to set in the fridge for around 30 minutes.
    • 375g White Chocolate (A finer quality like lindt is the way to go, I've tried it with Dream and it wasn't as good.)
    • 100ml cream
    • 300g Mascarpone
    Melt together over a double boiler, Stir it constantly and don't allow it to get too hot.
    Pour over the choc ripple biscuits, allow to set over night. (or at least 5ish hours)

    When taking the tin apart, run warm/hot water around the outside of the tin to slightly melt the sides enough for it to come free.
    Thanks so much!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Creamy bacon and Parmesan oysters --- OMG they were amazing!!

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    Lamb with balsamic roasted tomatoes

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    Brunch - banana on toast

    Dinner - quick and easy; sausage n veg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Lamb with balsamic roasted tomatoes

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    Yum is that on cous cous? Do you flavor yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AppleIsleSMum View Post
    Yum is that on cous cous? Do you flavor yours?
    Yeah it's on couscous - I just make it with stock ... I drizzled the meat with caramelised balsamic and garlic olive oil too - was tasty ... Few pinenuts and some feta.

    Man I hope there aren't any chefs on here!! I'm sure I mess all the flavours up!! But tastes delish to me - haha!!!

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