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Posted by • 2y ago • Report
yummo..:-))
Posted by Jeff81 • 3y ago • Report
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Posted by Jeff81 • 3y ago • Report
There is a few bits of this recipie that I found confusing, The ingredients ask for oregano, but the method does not tell me where it is used. Also the last step makes no sense either... What leaves? it says just garlic olive oil and salt. its sounds good and i'll give a crack to the best i can, but maybe if i could watch it too, I would have a better idea of what its all about.
Posted by amir • 3y ago • Report
Jeff81 - I'm sure whoever wrote the recipe meant to say Rocket Leaves not Garlic for the last step. But I agree it's a confusing recipe. It's funny, I watched this episode on the weekend and I swear half the stuff in this recipe wasn't on the TV recipe (Potatoes?) Also, does he want us to add the potatoes to the aioli? I'll give it a go tonight anyway, see how it goes...
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