Food, glorious food

Posted: March 16, 2012 in food
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Tonight, rather than going to a highly expensive and eclusive restaurant we decided to stay home. My best friend prepared a few bits which, having realised the shortcomings of my previous review, I decided to show the world.

Flat bread, corriander and mint fresh and just chopped roughly, Lambs lettuce and strips of beetroot, tomato, lemon juice freshly squeezed, olive oil drizzeled (?), Parippuvada fried lentil patties. the latter prepackaged but only contain Bengal Gram Dahl, ginger, green chilli, red onion, curry leaves, dry chilli, salt šŸ˜¦ , sunflower oil and water. The dish was lovely and as good as, if not better than Terre a Terre’s offering. (and no she is not reading over my shoulder).

  1. alisonamazed says:

    Lovely! Sounds delicious!

  2. Alison beet (:D) me to it. Sounds great, I’m coming round to your place. Was the bread home made or bought? I make Indian breads sometime but they are always such a faff to make and they make a mess (I of course, never make a mess)

    • Lovely to see you. The flat bread was bought, there is a local Indian store / chain called Taj, there food is amazing. Ooh there’s another idea for a post. A was thinking of making flat bread but the pack we buy are so good with nothing bad in them …

  3. Oh, and settings, writing, formatting – tick the top box which tells you to convert the smilies to emotions šŸ™‚

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