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Postby scatter on Tue 8/Oct/13 6:39pm

Moroccan Chicken & Apricot Tagine
6 chicken legs or thighs, bone in
3 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp ground cumin
1 tsp tumeric
1 tsp ground coriander
400g can chopped tomatoes (Watties Indian are good)
2 tbsp honey
1/2c dried apricots
1/2c pitted black olives
salt + pepper to season
Fresh coriander or parsley to serve.

Bung it all in the slow cooker on low for 8hrs.
Serve with couscous or rice. YUMMO.
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Postby Bigfoot on Tue 8/Oct/13 6:45pm

Yum!
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Postby scatter on Tue 8/Oct/13 6:52pm

It is. In fact, I might make it for dinner tomorrow night :thumbsup:
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Postby nagem on Wed 9/Oct/13 6:52am

It's going to be had for dinner tomorrow night here!!

Thanks Scatter. :thumbsup:
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Postby sweet_P on Wed 9/Oct/13 6:58am

You're a star scatter! Thanks for posting :love:
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Postby Trail on Wed 9/Oct/13 11:15am

Trail wrote:
sifter wrote:I made a sweet batch of pinwheel scones for the Makara Peak committee meeting last night...

4C self-raising flour
300mL cream
300mL lemonade (rinse out the cream bottle with it)

mix with a knife, roll into rectangle, about 1cm thick

microwave about 4t cinnamon, about 1.5cm off a pound of butter, 8T brownsugar, and then spread evenly on scone base, leaving a strip clean on one long side

Roll, from the other (long side). Cut into ~1 inch blobs. Bake at 200C until delicious-looking.

Eat hot, vigorously!


Dang. That sounds tasty. I might have to make it at work for morning tea this week!


Mmm super yummy.
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Postby Bigfoot on Wed 9/Oct/13 11:56am

Watties Indian Style tomatoes - are they curry flavoured or something? No such thing exists round hurr.
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Postby sifter on Wed 9/Oct/13 12:02pm

Bigfoot wrote:Watties Indian Style tomatoes - are they curry flavoured or something? No such thing exists round hurr.


there'll be some indian-style spices in there. Invent your own!
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Re: Recipe Thread - Now With Index In First Post

Postby scatter on Wed 9/Oct/13 12:03pm

Bigfoot wrote:Watties Indian Style tomatoes - are they curry flavoured or something? No such thing exists round hurr.


They've got spices blended in.....I'm sure you could come up with your own version (I'll look on the can tonight to see what spices they use)
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Postby Bigfoot on Wed 9/Oct/13 1:11pm

Sounds good! I tend to always bung in way more spice than recipes call for. Thanks scatter - bought the makings for it on my way home and it's going in the cooker tomorrow!
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Postby Bigfoot on Thu 10/Oct/13 4:10am

Slow cooker is going - will report in 10 hours.

This is another good one that I made in the cooker a few years ago - good on cold days.

http://www.foodnetwork.ca/recipe/braise ... toes/9698/
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Postby Trail on Wed 23/Oct/13 3:58pm

Bigfoot wrote:Slow cooker is going - will report in 10 hours.

This is another good one that I made in the cooker a few years ago - good on cold days.

http://www.foodnetwork.ca/recipe/braise ... toes/9698/


Still waiting for your 10 hour report :paranoid:
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Postby Trail on Wed 23/Oct/13 4:00pm

but here is another photo. Pinwheel scones for morning tea at work. Is good recipe!
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Postby Bigfoot on Wed 23/Oct/13 5:00pm

I went into a yummy chicken coma I think. Recipe was brilliant, would trade again.
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Postby sweet_P on Mon 28/Oct/13 12:01pm

scatter wrote:Moroccan Chicken & Apricot Tagine
6 chicken legs or thighs, bone in
3 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp ground cumin
1 tsp tumeric
1 tsp ground coriander
400g can chopped tomatoes (Watties Indian are good)
2 tbsp honey
1/2c dried apricots
1/2c pitted black olives
salt + pepper to season
Fresh coriander or parsley to serve.

Bung it all in the slow cooker on low for 8hrs.
Serve with couscous or rice. YUMMO.


In the slow cooker for tonight :cool:
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