Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Curry and extra

Using two chicken breasts, 2 tins of tomatoes, 2 tins of chickpeas and a few other bits and pieces, I managed to make a good amount of chicken and vegetable curry.

We had some for tea and the rest was put into 4 foil containers for later use:
Remember the malt loaf I made last week. Well it was wrapped in foil for 3 days and now we have begun to eat it and it is lovely, soft and sticky and very similar to the bought kind but nicer. I have added the link to it in my recipe tab above but here is what it looks like (1/2 the recipe to test it):
I put prunes and sultana's in it.


14 comments:

  1. Coould you post the malt loaf recipe, please? I'm rather partial to it!

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    1. The link is on the recipe tab above. Hope you like it, the secret is to wrap it up and not eat for 2-3 days, the longer the better.

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  2. I tried your malt loaf recipe, thankyou, it's fab! Vee x

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    1. It is rather nice and we shall be making it again.

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  3. Keeping it hidden from hubby for 3 days will be a problem! He has a nose of a sniffer dog. ;0)

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    1. Try the wardrobe or your underwear drawer - oh matron!

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  4. I am going to use the recipe for malt loaf later today. I will have to hide it too:)

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  5. I echo the above comment. I will have to make it while LH is at work and then hide it somewhere for it to avoid being scoffed before it reaches perfection. Thanks for the recipe. xx

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    1. Best bake it mid week then he can have some at the weekend.

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  6. That malt loaf looks yummy.. will have to give that whirl. Thanks for the recipe :o)

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    1. It was very yummy but we didn't put malt extract on the top as the recipe suggests.

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  7. I made some the other week and put some in the freezer, it wasn't as sticky but still acceptable, we love malt loaves with a lovely lashing of butter.

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    1. Ours wasn't sticky until the third day but we didn't put malt extract on the top which the recipe says to do.

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