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The Kitchen is been renovated, please be patient, we are almost done.
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Servings: Depends on last night's leftovers.
and Squeak, I bet some of you out there will say what is that, its sure doesn't sound
Hi to all my fellow chefs here on the East Coast of Africa and around the world. Boy have I got a great recipe for all of you today, which is also Banting Dieter friendly.
The other night Lynnie and I had Roast chicken with Basmati rice, Roast potatoes, mix veggies and gravy.
When we had finished there was a fair amount of chicken and veggies over, I said to Lynnie, not to worry about tomorrow's dinner as I will make one of my Moms favorite recipes which she used to do for my family when we were young.
Okey Dokey I'm going to take you thru the recipe I made the other night, using the left over roast chicken.
You will need :
Okey Dokey now that we have all the ingredients to do this tantalizing meal it’s that time...... wait for it:
"Time to Staaaart a Cooking."
Below is a couple of option you can use to plating:
""Bubble and squeak is a traditional English dish made with the shallow-fried left over vegetables and roast dinner.
The first reference to the meal is from an apparently surprising source - Thomas Bridges' "A burlesque translation of Homer' 1770.
"We therefore cooked him up a dish Of lean bull-beef, with cabbage fry'd, ... Bubble, they call this dish, and squeak."
The earliest known recipe was in in 1806. was by Mrs Runndell recipe called " A new System of Domestic Cookery"
Bubble and squeak was a popular dish during the Second World War, as it was an easy way of using leftovers during a period when most foods were subject to rationing.""