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28 October 2010
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28 October 2010
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and here's your birthday gift Skye :)

 

This is really easy, all you need is eggplants, tomatoes, onions and green bellpeppers (these are optional, we skip them because the husband doesn't like them)

Cut the eggplants to around 1 cm-thick slices (you can rub them in salt and leave them for 15-20 minutes - my mjom says this takes out the bitter taste in them. I sometimes don't do this and it turns out ok)

Either deep fry the slices - or just drizzle some olive oil and bake them in the oven if you count your calories :)

 

Slice the tomatoes and bellpeppers and chop the onions (not finely).

In your oven tray place the ingredients in layers. (tomatoes in the bottom will give a sweet taste, this is what i do)

then eggplants, bellpeppers and onions on the top.

 

Add salt, pepper and your choice of spices (we add a mix of spices that;s called Arabic masala, or maybe it's the same as that all spice thing?) and a little cinnamon because we love love love it.

 

Don't add oil because the eggplants already retained some. just add some water (really little so you don't end up with lots of watery gravey) and cover the tray with foil paper (this is what it's called, no?) and put it in the oven for 30 minutes or so.

 

It's done when the onions are cooked but still a bit crunchy. n

 

wow! that was a long recipe, but believe me it's easy :)) I hope you like it

 

happy birthday!!

I'll send you an unidentified flying cupcake with a lit candle on Saturday a-hard-days-night-george-10

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28 October 2010
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Is it your birthday too Zig?? Happy birthday!!

 

I'm going to look for the material for your Help's scarf, my sister is gonna help me a-hard-days-night-george-10

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28 October 2010
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Wow - my very own Help! scarf. Too cool. Very coincidental too because i just ordered the movie today. I kinda went nuts on Amazon today (Lennon Remaster CD's, Help! and A Hard Day's Night DVD's). I may need that scarf to keep me warm this winter!

 

Back on topic - I like grapes!a-hard-days-night-ringo-15 

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6 November 2010
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I made that lentil dish. a-hard-days-night-george-9

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It tastes good. How does it look? I'm trying the eggplant recipe tonight.

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8 November 2010
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Here's the eggplant recipe:

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Received a thumbs up from the family. I used thyme and garlic, mostly because I didn't have time to hunt down the masala. Next time. a-hard-days-night-george-10

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15 November 2010
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26 December 2010
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I got a microwavable bento box for Christmas, and I'm eager to try out some recipes (these two look good as sides). The problem is one of the recipes I want to try calls for Ponzu, which has bonito flakes AKA fish flakes. Does any one know of a good substitute?

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