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    A vegetarian dish that meat eaters will enjoy?

    Alright so i know that a lot of you will have zoned out already with the mention of vegetarian but bare with me on this one.

    I am a meat eater through and through but i made this and have to say, i didnt feel like something was missing, its a great one for christmas or any time that you have vege guests. Give it a go and let me know your thoughts.


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    Looks pretty good. And nice knife work skills chopping those onions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Looks pretty good. And nice knife work skills chopping those onions.
    Haha thanks, i have done one or two in my time! Im just disappointed that the cut i made happened to miss all of the melty camembert! I wanted to show it oozing out. Sod law eh?!

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    Almost any veggy Indian dish is a dish that meat eaters will enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Almost any veggy Indian dish is a dish that meat eaters will enjoy.
    Yeah you are right with this one, being that a lot of indians are in fact predominately vegetarian, they make some mean food!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Basics with Baz View Post
    Im just disappointed that the cut i made happened to miss all of the melty camembert! I wanted to show it oozing out.
    Saw a couple of white pieces in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Saw a couple of white pieces in there.
    Yeah but it just so happens that i skimmed the outside edge of all of them! Didnt hit a single one through. Damn. You will just have to trust me that it was gooey and good!

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    Seeing as I'm probably the only one to not ready meat here ... My opinion counts double - we will definitely try it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Seeing as I'm probably the only one to not ready meat here ... My opinion counts double - we will definitely try it!!
    Be sure to post some pictures of it when you do!

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    Grilled portobellas stuffed (topped) with ricotta and spinach is a fav of mine, though finding portobellas is a touch iffy in Asia. Aspargus grilled with butter and garlic goes great with them.

    Bolognaise made with coursely chopped mushrooms and zuchini

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    Aspargus grilled with butter and garlic
    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    finding portobellas is a touch iffy in Asia
    Yes, I can see how market visits might be...taxing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Basics with Baz View Post
    Be sure to post some pictures of it when you do!
    Yes, I will - thanks for the idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    Grilled portobellas stuffed (topped) with ricotta and spinach is a fav of mine, though finding portobellas is a touch iffy in Asia. Aspargus grilled with butter and garlic goes great with them.

    Bolognaise made with coursely chopped mushrooms and zuchini
    Asparagus in garlic butter goes well with more asparagus in garlic butter too. Grate some parmesan over that and im yours. Amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Basics with Baz View Post
    Be sure to post some pictures of it when you do!
    Ok, firstly . . . I did make the dish . . . and everyone wolfed it down.

    Secondly . . . you're English. Why can you cook?

    Thirdly . . . you need a tan.


    But seriously. I did attempt it, albeit with a few alterations. I used vegan cheddar style cheese (but kept the brie and didn't tell my youngest). No fresh thyme so used sage instead - same citric family, used two eggs in the mixture and only used one layer of pastry on the top of the dish . . . because . . . (I didn't pay attention to the video :sad)

    My pictures look very little like your video of the finished product . . . but here goes:








    . . . and because I didn't follow your guidelines to the letter I had quite a bit of filling left over which I made into a non-potato type of Rösti



    Thank you very much, please keep some non-meat dishes coming (we're pescatarian so seafood is cool as well!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    but kept the brie and didn't tell my youngest).


    You will go to vegan hell for that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post





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    That looks very fine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    You will go to vegan hell for that!
    I try . . .




    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    That looks very fine!
    Thank you, KW. It actually tasted really nice - Baz has an active youtube channel with some good stuff

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    Looks delishimo. Reckon I could wolf down a dozen of those after a few beers.

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    That looks awesome! Looks like you did a great job! I love it when people give my dishes a go, even if some substitutions are necessary. I will post a new thread of a fish dish that is pretty adventurous but is amazing (no need to get all cheffy with it like i do) but if you are up for the challenge.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Ok, firstly . . . I did make the dish . . . and everyone wolfed it down.

    Secondly . . . you're English. Why can you cook?

    Thirdly . . . you need a tan. [/CENTER]
    Haha a tan in England? Not very likely! Maybe you will have to invite me to yours for a couple of weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Looks delishimo. Reckon I could wolf down a dozen of those after a few beers.
    You'd start to look like Dill . . . although it is quite healthy

    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Basics with Baz View Post
    I will post a new thread of a fish dish that is pretty adventurous but is amazing (no need to get all cheffy with it like i do) but if you are up for the challenge.....
    Yup - totally game for it

    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Basics with Baz View Post
    Haha a tan in England? Not very likely! Maybe you will have to invite me to yours for a couple of weeks
    Good luck getting in - this lace is closed up. But - summer time is coming!!!

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    Worked well, thanks Chef. I made 2, one with blue cheese, one with brie.

    A vegetarian dish that meat eaters will enjoy?-8389e2cf-c920-4b9a-b357-f9fb2818efbc-jpg

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    You lot are getting trolled.



    This is most likely a 12call multi nick. Has this dude ever mentioned TD in a vid?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    You lot are getting trolled.



    This is most likely a 12call multi nick. Has this dude ever mentioned TD in a vid?

    Whats a 12call multi nick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Worked well, thanks Chef. I made 2, one with blue cheese, one with brie.

    A vegetarian dish that meat eaters will enjoy?-8389e2cf-c920-4b9a-b357-f9fb2818efbc-jpg
    Another amazing one! I like the sound of blue cheese in it! But i always want bacon with blue cheese, not sure the vegetarians would agree...

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