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Henry Marczak
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Soup

Post by Henry Marczak » Wed Nov 16, 2022 12:02 pm

My wife and her mother have always been into making soups, I thought I'd make one and good protein.

Green split pea soup . . .

At the shops you can get green or yellow dried split peas, I got the green.

I'm using a cup of dried peas, rinse and bring to boil then simmer for 65 mins in stock with added veg that was stir-fried in olive oil.
Had some frozen mixed veg that was for soup or spaghetti, so use that, added some turmeric. Used a hand blender on some of the soup but not all

Henry Marczak
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Frypan toasted naan bread

Post by Henry Marczak » Thu Nov 17, 2022 11:41 am

Most times I have an Indian Dal Curry stew it's always good to have nann bread toasted in a caste iron fry pan with a little olive oil. Always good with soups.

Cheese Toastie
I use naan bread that is round, put ketchup and cheese on it. Because I always freeze bread I'll microwave for 30 secs to defrost then put into an oiled fry pan, after a little time I'll fold in half. When both side are brown and crispy I eat it, sometimes I'll cut in half and share with my wife.

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