Show us your food! Corona Cooking edition

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Everybody eat this. :yes:
https://thehappyfoodie.co.uk/recipes/yo ... d-tamarind

ETA - we had no tamarind but it was delicious anyway!
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It looks lovely.
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C makes an amazing prawn spaghetti one pot thing from a Tasty video.

Here’s the Tesco laidback lamb. I did it with jeera pilaf because it BIL doesn’t do wheat and my husband doesn’t do couscous.
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This was my version of the lamb, Pip. Yours is more pleasing to the eye, also I didn’t have any mint. I went back for more labneh and pickles halfway through eating.
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My BIL is anti-dairy too, so my labneh was on the side. It was really good though. I thought I had frozen pomegranate seeds but I must’ve finished them last time they were called for.
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If anyone had leftover lamb, I made moussaka last night and it was delicious. I’ve not made it for about 15 years because it’s a bit of a faff but it was so good. I used this recipe but I could have done with more bechamel (or maybe my dish was too big?) and maybe I’d add potatoes too another time: https://www.goodfood.com.au/recipes/rec ... 329-h1uwjf
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Pissy’s moussaka recipe using yoghurt & feta for the topping is my go to moussaka. I love it, C is less keen. Going to put it on my plan soon though.
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Do you know when I made it last I think I did a yoghurt/feta topping too. This time I just put feta on the Greek salad I served with it.
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I make the Slimming World moussaka because I found it when I was looking for a recipe to use up cottage cheese and Greek yoghurt, and it’s now my “go to” one.

I made spicy shepherd’s pie with my leftover lamb yesterday, it’s very good. I’ve still got some lamb left which I am planning to have in tortilla wraps with tzatziki.
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Greek lemon chicken and potatoes :ready:. Enough leftover for tomorrow (only half the amount in the serving dish which is a large bowl!)
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That looks nice, Brambs.

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Miso tofu, green beans and SP mash
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I like a miso tofu.
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This all looks nice. I am resolving to post some more photos this week. :)) I will try to make sure they're not terrible.
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The tofu looks really nice.

Swiss chard lentil gratin. I could eat this every day!
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OMG, me too Disco! My favourite recipe :love:
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I'm glad you introduced me to it. It's so delicious. I only wish I could eat that entire lot up there!
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Your chicken looks lovely Bramble. I love Greek flavours so much. Here's a couple of my Hello Fresh recipes. The aubergine and lentil curry was wonderful.
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Asparagus (British!) with wild garlic, browned butter and burrata.
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:ready:


Adding burrata to the shopping list!
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