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    Mint goes with lamb, ****wit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Furball View Post
    HP sauce goes on your breakfast rolls (bacon, square sausage etc)

    Tbh you should be put down for putting sauce on steak.
    Can go with chips on the right meal. Decent with stuff like pasties etc too. Agree about the steak though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furball View Post
    Mint goes with lamb, ****wit.
    No, you sack of **** . It goes with all red meat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shri View Post
    No, you sack of **** . It goes with all red meat.
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    Mint sauce is ****. Never understood it's appeal on lamb or anything else for that matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GIMH View Post
    Can go with chips on the right meal. Decent with stuff like pasties etc too. Agree about the steak though.
    Prefer mayo with chips but brown sauce is acceptable if you're getting something like a sausage supper from the chippy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Hill View Post
    Mint sauce is ****. Never understood it's appeal on lamb or anything else for that matter.
    Gravy goes all right with lamb. I'd rather eat it by itself if mint is the only option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furball View Post
    Prefer mayo with chips but brown sauce is acceptable if you're getting something like a sausage supper from the chippy.
    If you're getting a sausage dinner you've got gravy and need no sauce

    If for some reason you get such a meal without gravy though, then yeah

    I also prefer mayo with chips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harsh.ag View Post
    All kidding aside, the British invented a decent rice dish with Indian flavours. I present to you the relatively scarce known Kedgeree, a rice-fish-egg concoction with curry powder, milk/yogurt, Indian spices, and bay leaves, usually eaten for breakfast/brunch.

    That looks nice. You non-vegetarians have it good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GIMH View Post
    If you're getting a sausage dinner you've got gravy and need no sauce

    If for some reason you get such a meal without gravy though, then yeah

    I also prefer mayo with chips.
    Gravy's often not an option out of the chippy.

    Think we're at cross purposes, I'm not talking about home cooking, I'm talking about getting something from the chippy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vcs View Post
    That looks nice. You non-vegetarians have it good.
    Pity the animals don't have it so good.
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    Do you get south indian food in the UK? Or do the Indian restaurants serve mostly north indian fare?
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    Quote Originally Posted by indiaholic View Post
    Do you get south indian food in the UK? Or do the Indian restaurants serve mostly north indian fare?
    A lot of South Indian curries are available widely. Vindaloo being the most famous and accessible (too accessible some would say).

    Idli-Sambhar for dinner today
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    Quote Originally Posted by harsh.ag View Post
    A lot of South Indian curries are available widely. Vindaloo being the most famous and accessible (too accessible some would say).

    Idli-Sambhar for dinner today
    Vindaloo is Goan/Portugese, isn't it? Not southern.

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    No idea whether you have tried it harsh, but find a mallu restaurant and try Karimeen Pollichatu which is a marinated pearl spot fish which is wrapped in banana leaves and cooked. May just be due to growing up with it, but I can't think of any dish that makes me happier.
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