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    ^ pumpkin and sweet potato are alot heathier than spuds. So Ant reckons

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    I like them and eat them sometimes but I find them a bit too filling for regular consumption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orrens View Post
    They are dangerous ! Hot surfaces and awkward to extract dishes from.
    Excellent for learning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I'll have to think something up to go with it, apart from spuds again.
    Try this. Scalloped Carrot.

    https://www.thespruceeats.com/scallo...-recipe-482864

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    chicken fillet strips
    Nice brushed with coconut oil and wrapped in foil.

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    I just invented something.

    I wrapped a slice of processed Imperial cheese all the way around a warm chicken fillet and ate it as finger food. I'm calling it the Chicken Niev.

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    ^ Genius

    Unlike Lulu putiing tin foil in a microwave

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    It tasted good too. Blokes food but bloody tasty blokes food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Nice brushed with coconut oil and wrapped in foil.
    No. Well, maybe in a caravan park, but otherwise no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    It tasted good too. Blokes food but bloody tasty blokes food.
    The next stage of development is to make up some batter. Shove a stick up the chook and dip thrice in batter then get yourself round to Lulu's to deep fry em - a la Corn Dogs. You could just take the cheese wrapped Chook round to Lu's and supervise the batter prep coz id not trust him on the batter front - he gets too creative if you know what i mean.

    Or

    Bacon Wrap the Cheese wrapped Chook and fry

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    You could just take the cheese wrapped Chook round to Lu's coz id not trust him on the batter front
    Dont let Lu tell you it needs defrosting either



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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I wrapped a slice of processed Imperial cheese all the way around a warm chicken fillet and ate it as finger food.
    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    It tasted good too. Blokes food but bloody tasty blokes food.
    Dipped in Branston Pickle and I'm there.

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    Cooking with convection ovens-2019-05-22-00-31-35_li

    on sale everywhere
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Cooking with convection ovens-2019-05-22-00-31-35_li  

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    As soon as I get back to Thailand (next week) I'm going to dig the portable oven out and see what it is. The wife was given it as a present when we bought our (would you believe) wall oven.

    I am intrigued and want to know how to use it and how good it is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    As soon as I get back to Thailand (next week) I'm going to dig the portable oven out and see what it is. The wife was given it as a present when we bought our (would you believe) wall oven.

    I am intrigued and want to know how to use it and how good it is...
    Bring some essential pizza makings and let us know how its goes Troy

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    ^^^They always use a chook in the advertising pics that's cooked perfectly. FFS would someone put a fucking chicken in one and cook it then post pics so we can see if it's bullshit already!

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    ^And sitting on a bed of fresh lettuce!

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    Knobends.



    Passed this so chucked it in the trolley.

    Kid can use it to practice/learn with.

    Might pick up some chicken wings or something later for her to start off with.


    Thai book shops are full of photo-heavy cook books, will see if there's one for convection ovens. Will see what she can come up with.


    Headworx, will get her to do a full chicken in a few days when I can be bothered buying the stuff.

    Probably just get her to brush it and the veg, then s+p.

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    Here's a book to get you started!


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    ^ Jeff's just ordered one.


    Quote Originally Posted by parryhandy View Post
    Cooking with convection ovens-2019-05-22-00-31-35_li

    on sale everywhere
    Massive over pricing.

    699thb in Makro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Here's a book to get you started!

    Is that Cooking With Poo the Convection Oven Edition?

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    Welcome to the Otto club, Luigi.

    I see yours comes with a free chicken and cooked salad. Lucky bugger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Welcome to the Otto club, Luigi.
    We have quite a few.
    https://teakdoor.com/the-kitchen/1275...d-an-oven.html

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    Amen.


    Will get some ribs for the kid to do as well as the wings.

    Same honey based marinade, she can do the wings tonight and let the ribs marinade for 24 hours, and she can slow bake them for 4 hours tomorrow.

    She says she doesn't like whisky, the nutter, but I may be able to sneak some into the marinade while she's picking her nose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Kid can use it to practice/learn with.
    Practice one. Honey Soy Sauce Chicken Wings.









    Half way there.

    Temped to chuck them in a pan or under a grill at this stage.





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