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Chicken and Ham Pie
Fri 29-Oct-10
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typhoo
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Just wondered what kind of recipes you are using out there for C & H pie?  I have used one for years, and kind find it!!!  Am making it tomorrow - got friends coming for dinner.  I have found loads on different sites, but curious to see what you good people dorose

Fri 29-Oct-10
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kind find it??? can't find it - lay off the vin Fi!!

Fri 29-Oct-10
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Ah - I thought that must just be the accent... runaway

Sorry - can't actually offer any help myself but I'm sure the good peeps on here will rise to the occasion.  Good luck! chef

Fri 29-Oct-10
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typhoo said:

kind find it??? can't find it - lay off the vin Fi!!


 

Bless, have one of these instead  tea.

I'll try that again!

Fri 29-Oct-10
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Oooh haven't made one of those in years owing to the lack of good ham. I tend to make chicken and mushroom pie and kind of make it up as I go along but it usually has peas in it as well - I do like to add lots of veg to my meat pies, it's cheaper. Onions go in, some kind of sauce from white sauce to thickened gravy depending on what I feel like. Some herbs perhaps. i_am_hungry

Sat 30-Oct-10
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Change of plan (ate too much of the ham last nightfrown).  Haggis stuffed chicken wrapped in ham with whiskey cream sauce.  Never done it before, watch this space, seems easy enuf!!

Sat 30-Oct-10
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That sounds good, let us know how it turns out?

I'll try that again!

Mon 1-Nov-10
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Blimey - deffo change of plan there.  How was it?  I've never been convinced on whiskey sauces I must admit, tend to think it should just go straight in your mouth, not be cooked with... big_laugh  Sounds an interesting combo though, hope it was good. chefi_am_hungry

Mon 1-Nov-10
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It turned out lurvly.  Was a bit wary of the whiskey but it was nice.  I hate to drink the stuff, yuk.  I've used whisky before in a peppercorn sauce for steaks, and it kind of changes flavour, so had a good nightwave

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