The Lemon 10, 4 and 6
I was checking if there were any total out f date items left in my food cupboard. I was soon to discover not so much how rarely i have made biscuits but the last time i actually did too. Not that i would encourage it i found a bag of flour which i had started to use but was slightly out of date. Wondering if i could use it to make a very flat biscuit possibly but not wanting to throw it i had to think of a some way of using it.
By placing this recipe on this website as with any of the others neither are we recommending as such that anyone reading them or hears of them, uses them. I am saying that i personally have not been adversely affected as yet by using these as possible methods.
The ingredients for this recipe are:
Two cooking apples
Two medium onions (another onion was added after photo taken because the onion was not the ripest on the outside)
One or two bay leaves
Hot madras curry powder 1-3 Tbs depending on individual taste
One stick of celery
One vegetable stock cube.
10 button mushrooms or smallish mushrooms
Small amount of salt
Totally optional ingredients:
Some chicken pieces or
some prawns or and/
some cashew nuts and / or
Do not add cashew nuts if nut intolerant or if allergic to nuts. If unsure consult your GP
Prepare stock with one litre of boiled cold water or bring to a slow boil. Add a bay leaf or two bay leaves.
Finely chop the onion and add the chopped onion to the saucepan (reduce heat to add ingredients if necessary). Remove the skins from the apples and also remove their cores. Chop into small pieces and add to the onion/stock. Finely chop the celery and add. Add one or two tablespoonfuls of hot madras curry powder. Add a slight sprinkling of salt. bring to boil and simmer for 30 minutes (Pic 3). Hot but not boiling. Use a wooden spoon or a long handled spoon to stir occasionally. Carefully add the flour. This can be done by mixing it first with some cold water. Do not leave the spoon in the saucepan or balancing on top of the saucepan. After 30 minutes add the ten chopped mushrooms (Pic 4).