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I really enjoyed this. The sauce was lovely. My sauce stayed quite runny even with using a tea towel for the last two hours, I didn't want to use cornflour. It was still very tasty and hubby and Miss 10 also enjoyed. I served it with roast potatoes, corn on the cob and baby peas. I can't wait to have this one again!
This is a good one. I used 1 medium sized breast that I diced. I didn't have light soy sauce so I used regular soy but halved the amount, everything else was the amounts stated. It was ready in my 3.5L Russell Hobbs in about 3.5 hours. I served it on a bed of white rice and sprinkled sesame seeds on top. Really nice flavour and the amount I did was enough for two adults. Also great that all the sauce ingredients were staples in my cupboard or fridges. Tasty recipe.
Fantastic way to jazz up boring sausages. Was enjoyed by the family. The sauce really was delicious. I served with a home made potato salad.
I really wanted to like these but unfortunately it was not the case. They are a very gourmet hot dog and I think I prefer just a basic soft roll hot dog. I made one by following the ingredients and another with no onion and bbq sauce instead of ranch. Neither hit the spot for me sadly.
Fantastic! I used two chicken fillets, lactose free Philadelphia cream cheese and Zymil lactose free cream. Chicken shredded up great. I served it with Aldi potato gratins and some frozen mixed veg zapped in the microwave. It served 2 adults and a 10 year old. There is enough leftovers for lunch the next day which I'll serve on wraps.
Yum, Loved this! I halved all the ingredients as it was only for 2 adults, and cooked for 3 hours in my 3.5L Russell Hobbs. I served it with a green salad and found the sauce worked really nice on the salad too. My daughter wasn't a fan because she found it too spicy but she won't eat anything with even a slight amount of spice. I myself don't like spicy foods and didn't really find it too spicy at all. Will definitely be making this again..
I cut the meat after cooking and put it back in the pot with the syrup and found it to be way too sweet. Didn't taste anything like silverside. It's a no from hubby and me but my 10 year old daughter liked it.
My household didn't enjoy this at all. My 10 year old has just started to enjoy cabbage boiled in water on the stove and then served with butter, however she would not eat this.