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Discussion in 'Personal' started by blazer, Jan 13, 2020.
Poppadoms and mushy peas nectar!
Hope you’re not expecting any Michelin stars anytime soon .
Sprinkled with chilli flakes?
No. Popping candy and vinegar.
Sacrilege... Indian families somewhere will be in uproar.
Me? I'm sure I'd prefer a good chutney with the poppadoms and chips with the peas... on separate days... though if I'm honest I bet you enjoyed them @blazer and it helped to clear out the cupboards for the new year... or you've run out of... stuff...
No, we went out for a lat lunch/early dinner and Mrs B couldn't eat all her poppadoms that came with her curry and I had peas left over from my fish n chips. I suppose we could call the peas daal?
I bought some marmite flavoured peanut butter last week. Yummy.
How very Northern.
And I trust Mr/Mrs Blazer has a peg to hand.
Sounds good! Sadly I love mushy peas but can't have peas any longer with an ileostomy. The consequences are too dire to contemplate.
Inventing a new fusion power source would have been better use of your time.
You taking the pea?
I read that on Cookery, so bought a jar of crunchy peanut butter to go with the Marmite I had in the cupboard.
Ruddy horrendous, Jezza!
Poppadoms with curry and dhal? I've never seen that, thought they are served first with a chopped onion relish, yogurty stuff, lime pickle and mango chutney. The wonderful thing about pulses is they have so many uses. If you enjoyed it fab but I'd be reaching for the mango chutney and onions
Surprised you had room for leftovers in if you polished off fish, chips and mushy peas.
Quick, grow a beard and open a bijou restaurant.
If you open a popadom & peas restaurant it may do quite well. It’s just the kind of oddity the younger crowd go for. You could call it POPS & PEAS.
Especially if I make it vegan! Just make sure there are not too many steps up to the restaurant door!