Making. Recipe meme

The idea is you take at least one ingredient the same as the tagger's recipe and put up a new recipe on your blog.


Rules:
Choose one ingredient from my recipe and post a recipe using this ingredient on your blog, linking back to the previous blogs that have posted a recipe.
- Then tag four new people, and we will see how it grows.
- To keep it exciting please post within a week of receiving the tag

Prue did a moroccan chicken casserole
Nicole did a creamy chicken casserole.
Ally ( the origin) did an apple and pumpkin risotto

Megan did a baked lemon and basil risotto


I will do the easiest thing and choose 'salt' as my ingredient. I'm sure that's cheating, but I don't want to go downstairs and find a recipe book to copy out, and I don't know that many recipes off the top of my head.

Charcoal corn cobs

Get your BBQ going. Get some fresh corn cobs and take all the wrappings off. (I'm sure there's a name for that...) Whack the corns on the BBQ and cook them. It doesn't matter if they are blackish - that's part of the joy. It's even better if you can do them straight onto hot charcoal. When they are cooked (and it takes a number of minutes), rub them in lemon juice, and/or a salt/chilli flakes mix.

These are a favourite road-side snack in Murree, the town where I went to boarding school. They used to be only 3 rupees each. I bet they've gone up.

 

(Megan, you'll be lucky if Andrew even knows what you're talking about. He doesn't cook.) 

Now I'm supposed to tag four more people. Golly. I might have to do this on facebook. Don't know many more bloggers that aren't already listed. I'll choose Jess L, Helena T, Linda T and Katherine S

 

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