mushy pea curry

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  1. geordiegirl

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    its sounds horrid and strange but i'm going to try it , just printed the recipe off

    will wait till the weekend thou , my x factor treat with SW chips

    any thoughts on it ???
     
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    Hi geordie girl i thought the same as you about the mushy pea curry but i made it yesterday and it was fab so much so that i've had the left overs for tea tonight. :D enjoy
     
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    oh, please share the recipie
     
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    This is the recipe that I use:-

    1 onion, chopped
    3 cans of mushy peas
    1 can of baked beans
    200g chopped mushrooms (I often just guest and add what looks right)
    1tbsp curry powder
    Salt & Pepper to taste

    Fry onions and mushrooms until softened. Add remainder of ingredients and cook for about 15 minutes.

    This tastes even better the day after and I swear it helps speed up weight loss.

    Michelle
     
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    oh that sounds nice and uses alot more free foods than mine might give that a try on the weekend

    i only used
    1 x onion
    1x tin of mushy peas
    1 x tin of chopped tomatos
    and curry powder (amount to your own taste)

    i had mine with chicken and it was gorgeous
     
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    I blend the can of peas and tomatos before I add it to the pan as I like it smooth. It's nice though, reminds me a bit of chip shop curry. I also chop up the onion and garlic in the blender too just so it's not 'bitty'.
     
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    i also use the asda chick pea dahl in mine

    i got it for tea tonight .. leftover from yesterday
     
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    Just made this to take to work for my lunch tomorrow. Had to have a taste and its really nice.
     
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    ditto
     
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    Yes my wife said that too
     
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    I made this based on this thread, and I loved it!!!! Was so repulsed by idea when I first read about it- thought it seemed so wrong- but it's sooooo right! Goes lovely and thick. I used 1tbsp of Pataks curry paste, half an onion, tin of mushy peas, half tin baked beans, half carton Passata, a cup of water and a tbsp of veg stock, plus bit more spice to taste.
     
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    Mmmm might give one of these a try :D Am I right in thinking that the first recipe would be free but the last one would need the Pataks synning?
     
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    Yes think a tbsp of curry paste is about 4 syns and that was split across 2 or 3 portions so minimal syn-age!!!!
     
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    I tried this b4 but i never liked it it was too like thicm ushy peas lol - the recipie is different tho so ill give the one you do a go! thanks xx
     
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    Im using frozen mushy peas so need to cook them first. Whats best to put in with them. Tin of baked beans or tin of chopped tomatoes? Im adding potatoe and carrots to mine aswell
     
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    ummm this does sound minging lol but......... as old mother hubbards cupboards are bare hehe with only a tin of mushy peas and a few bas of rice left it loks like this is what i will be having for tea think i have some jacket size spuds somewhere so will make some SW chips too you know what i blinking love ths diet xx
     
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    I might try this recipe this weekend, I've never had it before.

    What do you all eat it with?
     
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    I eat this with sw chips/wedges and either rice or Ainsley harriot cous cous. Massive plateful. Also have eaten with the onion bhajis-recipe also on minimins. They r also surprisingly delicious.
     
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    we call this curry in a hurry!!! lol
    1 tin baked beans
    1 tin asda or sundar chickpea dhal
    1 tin mushy peas
    curry powder to taste

    i aslo add mushrooms, onion & baby s/corn just makes it more extra easy friendly, serve wish rice cooked with peas. enjoy xx
     
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    The whole mushy peas and beans combo sounds so wrong BUT as I'm dying to taste some curry and know it's syn free I'm gona give this ago this evening while hubby and inlaws are digging into their Chinese!!!! Really hope it's gona be nice r else il be ditching the syns for the night and Robbin sum of there chinese!!!
     
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