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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by Foxi4, Dec 22, 2011.
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Warning: Spoilers inside!
That's not even food. >>;
I am disappoint.
The food is currently burning. Hence the fire.
It's not in the frame though, I can't see *what's* burning, you're missing the whole point.
You're supposed to imagine what the food could be.
Make me a sandwich.
That's lazy-man's food.
Eff it. I'm going to the kitchen and wrapping something up myself. Will post whatever I cooked later.
In an attempt to fuse German and Indian fusion, I roasted pieces of german wurst with a dash of powdered garlic with some added butter. Once the wurst was thoroughly grilled and visibly crispy, I added chopped onions, and once those were ready, chopped tomato. In the meantime I prepared chicken stock. Once I brought it to a boil, I added a spoonful of curry powder, half a spoon of red paprika and half a spoon of turkish (it's actually from turkey) kebab mix and a little bit of pepper and general purpose spice, then brought it to a boil once more. Once the tomatoes were soft, I added these spices to the hot pan, stirred thoroughly and once I had a fairly uniform dish, I added 3 spoonfuls of creme fraiche with some "densifier" (stock, spices and some flour). After bringing it to a boil the dish was ready - it's German Wurst Curry at it's finest. I'm currently preparing flatbreads to go with it.
NO THANKS TO YOU, TEMPERS! >>;
I still don't see a sandwich in front of me.
Make yourself your own sandwich, I'm having a flavourgasm here.
Make some spaghetti!
Maybe next time, now that you mentioned it, I'm actually in the mood for Italian.
MAKE ME A BLOODY SANDWICH YOU FUCKING WHORE!!!
I'm actually a guy, you sexist slob. Now, you know where the fridge is.
Review of the curry:
Very reminescent of a Jalfrezzi curry, but with a tasty, sour, tomato-ish twist to it. Definatelly worth a try if you like to have your curry "different". Grilled bread was a fantastic substitute for nanbreads and greatly enhanced the taste of the grilled wurst.
Next time I'll add more veg though - the curry felt a bit on the light side, I was expecting it to be much more savoury. Then again, I shouldn't complain - this was just a snack, not an actual "meal", not much effort was involved. That said, it was pretty damn delicious.
I don't care, I just want a sandwich.
Go get one then, lazy bum. This is about me cooking for myself, you silly dum-dum.
No you get me one.
WHERE'S MY MAC AND CHEESE!?
In Chuck 'E Cheese, obviously.