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    Quote Originally Posted by Projects View Post
    I'm either going to marinade it in a chinese 5 spice, soy, honey, garlic overnight and grill it on the bbq. Or roast it on a bed of kumara, pumpkin and onions. But they're just other ways i do chickens...
    shot this through the wing and neck so I've saved a lot of meat from damage with a tin ass shot.
    Blitz up some bread, almonds,apple and onion and stuff it, marinade with your choice (I would use what you have suggested) then slow roast with veges potatoes etc in dutch oven and take lid off for last 30 minutes to crisp up skin should be yummo

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    Hmm didn't think to stuff it with fruit. I spatch-cocked it, then decided to split it in half. Made a chinese 5 spice marinade with garlis honey soy apple cider vinigar white pepper. Tasted good. So hopefully some caramelizing on the grill tomorrow will mean tasty bird in my belly.
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    Paua patties


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    Quote Originally Posted by kukuwai View Post
    Paua patties


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    Oh hell yes! I don't know what I am going to be having for dinner but it won't be a flavour taste sensation like that.
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    Ended up pretty tasty. Very happy with it. Breasts were still very juicy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kukuwai View Post
    Paua patties


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    Dam....you could have swapped steel for Paua!
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    Prawns (and tomato, garlic, chilli etc...)and pasta
    Bloody simple, bloody nice.
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    You could have said Huhu grubs and I would have believed you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shearer View Post
    You could have said Huhu grubs and I would have believed you.
    They would also have been OK in this mix.
    A bit of a injection of egg mix would have been good for this one. I actually do like eating them.
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    Crumbed duck again last night.Name:  picture 01 840.jpg
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    crumbed duck... mmmm Might have to try that before the end of the season. I've been just marinading the breasts (sliced like yours) in honey soy and garlic and flash grilling on the bbq. or roasting a whole duck stuffed with a couple chunks of orange.

    Where the hell are you getting your corn from at this time of year? frozen stock pile?
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    @Projects my eldest lad grew some corn in our garden before he left home so yip theres a stockpile in the freezer.
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    Yours wouldn’t be the plate in the middle by any chance
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    well this cold snap has me wanting a warm heavy dish in the evenings. I got a Recipe from an american mate i thought i'd try, bit of chillie beef in the slow cooker.

    1kg of mince
    300g frankfurters
    1C Sauce
    1/2C Bown Sugar
    1/2C molasses
    2T chillie powder
    3 cans of baked beans

    Everything in the slow cooker for 6 hours. hopefully this tastes as good it looked cooked when i saw photos.
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    Ended up a bit sweeter than i would of liked. But filling. Threw some spuds in to take a little heat out for the kids. Also added the mustard i forgot in the beginning
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