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A recipe for Dip & Curry

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posted on Oct, 18 2012 @ 06:38 AM


Right listen up, or rather read up this is a recipe for a "DIP" the kind you use for "Tacos" or "Nacho's" or "Tortillas" or "Dorritos" You know what I mean, if you don't your a sad person, and ought to go live on island somewhere, and bang your head against a rock every day, and recite (I must learn what Nacho's, and Taco's, and Tortilla chips are) LOL.
Anyway to the recipe.

Take a couple of jars (The kind you had bought Dip's in) or wide neck jars the kind you can reach the bottom of, wash them thoroughly, and put them to one side.

A can of Peeled plum tomatoes with thick juice (Those from Sainsbury's are good).
Cayenne pepper, Paprika, Black pepper.
Chilli powder (I don't why they call it Chilli because it isn't).
A small jar of Jalapeno peppers.
Red, green, orange, yellow peppers (To add a bit of colour)
Tomato puree.
A Dash of Worcestshire sauce.


First empty the can of tomatoes into a blender (The kind with a top on it) I used a free blender, and (SPLOOIE) I finished up looking like I been murdered or murdered somebody so now i use an enclosed blender.
Then strain the Jalapeno peppers off, and put them in.
A good sprinkling of Cayenne, black pepper, paprika.
A good squirt of tomato puree, and Worcestshire sauce.
Then (THIS IS IMPORTANT) About a quarter of a teaspoon of Chilli powder (YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED).
Then finally add your Peppers, (I find four good slices of peppers of each different colour suffices)

Then blitz it, if you want your Dip thick , and lumpy blitz it for a 3 to 4 seconds, if you like it not so lumpy about 5 to 10 seconds, then put into jars, plonk them in the fridge, leave them to chill, and away you go, Simples.

PS Oh! add more tomato puree if it's a bit thin.

By Tony Wilkinson


1 Can of Corned beef
2 Medium sized Onions
2-3-4 Medium sized Mushrooms
1 Chopped pepper (Any colour)
1 Tin of Plum or chopped tomatoes
Curry/Chilli powder to taste.
A sizable of squirt of tomato puree


Put the can of tomatoes into a medium sized pan and chop up.
Cut the Corned beef into chunks about an inch square and place into the pan.
Chop up the Onions, Mushrooms, and the peppers, tomato puree, and shove in the pan
Add Curry powder to taste, and apply a low to medium heat, and gently stir all the time.
When hot serve.
If you like you can add Beef gravy granules to thicken it up because the tomatoes does tend to make it a bit watery.

Serve with Rice or if you like Place into a bowl

The same with the Spaghetti Bolognese just don’t add the curry powder, open a jar of Bolognese sauce, and away you go or open a can of Red kidney beans, and substitute the curry powder for Chili powder.

It’s a versatile recipe this, and quick.

It feeds One or Two, I’m greedy so I can eat the lot.


posted on Oct, 18 2012 @ 08:56 AM
reply to post by Ferryman

This sounds like good stuff.

I'm definitely going to try the Dip recipe.

posted on Oct, 18 2012 @ 12:53 PM
link that corned beef in the bolognese?

Corned? Beef? Bolognese?

I can't contribute even one sentence to this thread without ending it in a question mark? My brain just broke?

posted on Oct, 19 2012 @ 02:13 AM

Originally posted by chasingbrahman that corned beef in the bolognese?

Corned? Beef? Bolognese?

I can't contribute even one sentence to this thread without ending it in a question mark? My brain just broke?

LOL you read it right, "Corned beef in bolognese" It's a meal for students if you can't afford Beef mince

posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 12:58 AM
Thanks for sharing tips. I will look for you some suggestion soon.

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