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    Luigi's Mexicana Style Stuffed Pepper Purfectimo.

    Much inspired by Sir PAG in the dinner thread yesterday.

    http://teakdoor.com/the-kitchen/9619...ml#post3496744 (Dinner)

    Been meaning to do these for a while.




    Basic Mexican style spice mix.

    Handful of cooked rice cooked with some stock added at the end.





    Into the battery operated Hello Kitty oven.



    30 mins later, topped with cheddar.



    Everything is better with cheese and jalapenos.











    Easy, and Sombreralischio.

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    Lovely jubbly.

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    Looking good except for the beans. Try this next time. Cook up a big pot. Freeze the rest in serving size plastic bags for later eats.

    http://teakdoor.com/the-kitchen/2364...ret-beans.html (Norton's Secret Beans)

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    nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Looking good except for the beans. Try this next time. Cook up a big pot. Freeze the rest in serving size plastic bags for later eats.

    http://teakdoor.com/the-kitchen/2364...ret-beans.html (Norton's Secret Beans)
    Very nice. Will do. Cheers Norts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Looking good except for the beans. Try this next time. Cook up a big pot. Freeze the rest in serving size plastic bags for later eats.

    http://teakdoor.com/the-kitchen/2364...ret-beans.html (Norton's Secret Beans)
    Very nice. Will do. Cheers Norts.
    Great. Tip, microwave the peppers for a couple of minutes before stuffing them and putting them in the oven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    Into the battery operated Hello Kitty oven.
    Looks like a 6 x 9 baking dish and it will just fit in the Hello Kitty oven.

    *deduction*

    *deduction*

    *trailerpark drugdealer math*

































    Built-in Smeg oven

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Looking good except for the beans. Try this next time. Cook up a big pot. Freeze the rest in serving size plastic bags for later eats.

    http://teakdoor.com/the-kitchen/2364...ret-beans.html (Norton's Secret Beans)
    Very nice. Will do. Cheers Norts.
    Great. Tip, microwave the peppers for a couple of minutes before stuffing them and putting them in the oven.


    Sir PAG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    Into the battery operated Hello Kitty oven.
    Looks like a 6 x 9 baking dish
    Out of interest, as I never bothered looking (or measuring ), I just went to the sink with a measuring tape.


    That Sir, is a fine 14 inches long.





    If you include the handles.



    The Hello Kitty oven trays, which oddly enough fit in quite well once you wedge them past the battery holder, come in at 15 inches. Or half a penis length.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Much inspired by Sir PAG in the dinner thread yesterday.

    http://teakdoor.com/the-kitchen/9619...ml#post3496744 (Dinner)

    Been meaning to do these for a while.




    Basic Mexican style spice mix.

    Handful of cooked rice cooked with some stock added at the end.





    Into the battery operated Hello Kitty oven.



    30 mins later, topped with cheddar.



    Everything is better with cheese and jalapenos.











    Easy, and Sombreralischio.
    Yes but what are thye spices and herbs in pic one?

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    Eeek.


    Paprika, chili pwdr, cumin, oregano (fokload of), ground black pepper.

    Salt and teaspoon of sugar added while coming to the boil.

    Onion powder and garlic powder can also be added to the original mix to much effect.


    I didn't because I used a lot of onion and garlic already.



    Plus they ran out a few weeks ago and some lazy bollox hasn't done the shopping yet.

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    Am I the first guy on this forum to fall in love with Luigi entirely based upon his avatar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by justme2017
    Am I the first guy on this forum to fall in love with Luigi entirely based upon his avatar?
    Whats the significance of his avatar?

    And yes, you are the first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justme2017 View Post
    Am I the first guy on this forum to fall in love with Luigi entirely based upon his avatar?
    Not sure.

    I do have a bit of a following within the Lulutard group. The 5000 pixel wide version I was sending in repo might have caused them the odd twinge.

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    Everyone loves Luigi .... in their own way..

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    But someone needs to buy him a cheese grater.

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    That and some cheese.


    The price of a slab o' cheddar! T'would drive a man to Mont Clair. That bit o' ched cost about 3,947,000thb Pats.

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