Hi Maud recipes for requested dishes have been emailed :-) That coffee bill is mounting up, I might have to charge your daughter's account when she gets here! ;-) xox
Help, I can't remember how to make your gravy and I want to learn to make homemade mayonaise, so I can make homemade coleslaw dressing.... if you don't help, I may be forced to buy a packet gravy......... miss you x
Hi Ruth - pyaz tamatar ka raita, certainly is Indian :-)
Oh trust me, just as messy :-) A flake is something you will have to look out for at that International Food Market you mentioned in your email :-) This link will take you to an advert from the 80's, the ads have almost a cult status over here. The same music being used almost from the start of the 70's I think http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aUTdYsZda8&feature=youtube_gdata_player
@Indy Ruth - i have started a new article about the facts and fiction in regards to the pasty, that will answer the above and all the other questions you might have :-) http://www.dawlish.com/thread/details/22474
Is this Indian?
Sounds less messy than our S'mores! Is a "chocolate flake" a square of chocolate - like from a chocolate candy bar?
I got my pasty recipe from an Australian and it included turnips and carrots as well. Is that unusual? It's a great hand-held pie and can be made either small (3" rounds) for an appetizer or large (6" rounds) for a main course. May have to bake up a batch this weekend - this has made my mouth water!
Thanks! We'll be looking forward to them!
This sounds terrific and easy! Can't wait to try it with my 2-year old grandson! Thanks for posting!