We have friends coming for dinner Saturday evening and im wondering what to cook, i love cooking i have a few dishes that are my 'signature' dishes.... basically meaning i keep cooking them because people like them.
Some of mine are:
*slow cooked beef roast with yorkshire pudding (im English and im very particular about my roasts, my aussie hubby and aussie friends love this one )
*smoked salmon and prawn pasta dish
*Indian curries with sides
*fillet of beef with homemade Diane sauce
What are yours?.....
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26-04-2012 17:07 #1
26-04-2012 17:10 #2
Hmmm, i dont have a signature meal, but i have signature sides that people always ask me to bring to bbq's. I make a mean fried rice that everyne raves about, and also this awesome pumpkin, red onion, fetta and baby spinach salad that everyone fights over to get seconds. Nom nom nom
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26-04-2012 17:12 #3Senior Member
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Ohhh can I come to dinner? I'm English too, and I really miss a proper roast with Yorkshire pudding. Yummmm....
So, mine are:
Farfalle pasta with parma ham, courgettes, and a parmesan & creme fraiche sauce. (That was actually an old one off a Sainsbury's recipe card - so yummy).
Creme Catalan - like creme caramel, but from the Catalunya region. It has orange zest in it.
Mushroom risotto (Jamie Oliver recipe).
Berry parfait (easy 2 sec dessert).
Erm... there's probably more that I'm forgetting. I used to make a very yummy mussels in white wine and garlic sauce, but DH doesn't eat seafood, so I never make it any more.
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26-04-2012 17:21 #4
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26-04-2012 17:22 #5
My most requested are
- Goats cheese and roasted cherry tomato bruschetta
- Spaghetti Vongole
- Chili mud crab
- Salted caramel cheesecake
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26-04-2012 17:52 #6
Boring old potato bake
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26-04-2012 17:57 #7Senior Member
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A nice bottle of wine ... No, wait ...that's not a dish or a side?
Elijahsmum - salted caramel cheesecake?? *drools*
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26-04-2012 18:06 #8
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Eye fillet steak, creamy mashed potato, asparagus cooked in a garlic butter, homemade onion rings and a creamy green peppercorn sauce.
It's so yum!
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26-04-2012 18:12 #10
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