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The Awakening.....the amazing April NSD challenge thread
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I found some 2014 sausages in my freezer and am going to attempt toad in the hole with onion gravy. I have only seen pictures of this dish but it sounds like something we would all like. My batter is resting now. (Is this really necessary?)
The same batter, cooked on its own without sausages, makes our famous Yorkshire pudding, an accompaniment to roasted meats and vegetables.
Went and bought petrol today.
So if Saturday is a NSD for me that means I will be short of target this month.....bad Nargle!
Now, would anyone like to set up and run a new thread for May? It just means starting the thread off, keeping a list of participants on the first page then doing an update now and then. And if you have any ideas to make the thread more interesting, or any moneysaving hints and tips, then go for it! Come on, who's up for the challenge?
My family loved it! I think I'll be making the Yorkshire pudding often. There are so many possibilities. And I will definitely make this dish again.
I'm wondering what to make next. I'm thinking cottage pie. I have some leftover mashed and there's some onion gravy that might make a nice base for the meat and veggies. I'm having fun.
Over here, in some areas, it was the custom to serve slices of Yorkshire pud with gravy as a first course at Sunday lunch, then that would fill people up so they needed less meat (expensive stuff) with the main course.
And slices of pud are lovely served with golden syrup or jam(jelly to you).
1% challenge- /1525
Would have loved to tried for 20 but know that tmrw is definitely going to be a spend day