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    Thumbs up Chitty's Thairish Stew

    East Vs West!
    Thai Vs Irish!
    Soup Vs Stew!

    Let's mash it all up and create a mega mix of culinary cuisine....

    Ingredients :

    1.5 kg of Turkey (or 4lb seeing as though we've Brexited)
    Irish Red Potatos
    Spring Onions
    Carrot
    Onion
    Chilli
    Garlic
    Ginger



    Get Mashing the herbs and spices up in the giant pestle n mortar(Or "Tuk Tuk" as it is affectionately known in our household due to the repetitive "Put put" sound.




    Let the turkey boil and fall of the bone in true stewing stylee or if your impatient and hungry, hack it off with a fork and scissors..



    Whilst the turkey is dissolving prepare the veggies...



    I smell something burning! Back shortly..

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    My apprentice commis chef did a fine job mashing!

    Gave the dog the bone (he's asleep and full while we're stilling waiting for out stew)..


    Everything in the pot and let it boil for half an hour to bring the flavours out then let simmer for another hour or two..


    Time to prepare the Tiger bread while we stew..

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    Thanks to Brexit that's all you can afford, a Brexit stew, looking good

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    If you've got no teeth or don't like potatoes as most Thais don't! Then blend them up with your 500w power tool..



    This result is something akin to the dogs dinner with a nice constant fusion of flavour..



    The other option is to serve traditionally and taste the variation in flavours at your will..My preffered option..



    And there you have it sir and madam, a healthy, nutritious meal for under a pound or 42 baht each.

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    Very nice to ,, is she still with you ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conche View Post
    Very nice to ,, is she still with you ??
    Yes, thankyou you for asking Babs.

    We had a happy ending, no Bollinger - no details you perv.

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    Do i get a green because i spotted the dog in the piccie?!!

    I have never thought about making an Irish stew with turkey, but why not. Usually it's made from scrawny sheep, with yucky gristly bits in.

    And it probably makes the turkey lurkey a bit less dry and uninteresting.

    But try saying that to my Irish family...!!

    I have tasted that tiger bread, it is rather good. Living in a country where i can go to the bakery as of 7 am to get fresh bread - the choice in the UK was rather below par. Until the Italian deli arrived!! And the Paki shop with fresh rolls. Is that racist?!! Nah.
    Last edited by patsycat; 22-07-2016 at 10:53 PM.

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    Looks spot on mate, cant green ya sorry.


    Made summat similar with beef and guinness recently, proper hearty comfort food is an Irish stew.

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    I'm very good at spotting dogs. And cat things.

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