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Green Days to cook or not to cook

rosinakathleen

Big, busty and Blowsy!
#2
I would say cook rice first as there's no liquid in the recipe to cook it
 
#3
Yes, I'd definitely cook the rice first. They'll turn into bullets otherwise with no fluid to cook them. X
 

IanH

Silver Member
#5
mmmm - ta for reminding me - i've got a few tins in the house - might just have to make one up as i haven't had a loaf of this for a while (just a shame i'm on a red day today but it's wonderful cold too).
 

IanH

Silver Member
#7
Lentil - mine neither - but unless things have changed (please don't tell me they have) the Sundar Chick Pea Dahl from Morrisons is also free on green/ee

(That said - Sainsbury's does a tin that is about 14syns!)
 

lesserme

shrinking granny
#8
well I made it and throughly enjoyed it

however I think the next time I would put another egg in. It crumbled quite abit.

But well worth the effort or should I say no effort al all
 

mojomcl

Silver Member
#9
lesserme-I did answer you on another thread, the one where you've C&P'd my words "A tin of Asda's chickpea dahl, a pack of mild curry rice, mix it all together and bind with a couple of eggs. Whack in a loaf tin and bake until golden. Serve hot or cold for a scrummy treat".

If cooking it for myself, I tend to only soak the rice for a few minutes, as I like the nutty crunch of it, but whenever making it for others, I make up the rice according to directions, first. As for the amount of eggs, I use farm bought, free range eggs, which are pretty large. You may need two-three supermarket eggs to equal one good one :)

EDIT: My apologies, it was someone called Carole that I answered a few days ago, not you! loll It was the C&P of my text that threw me :)
 


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