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[Apr. 1st, 2009|11:43 pm]
Mark Rimmell
Finally got to meet Ian's first born.... Has it really been 9 months? Ooops! Sorry. Marvelled at his thumb being the same length as my thumb nail. Had experimental chilli, cooked in a high-energy particle accelerator ;-) Good evening after stressful day.
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[User Picture]From: ian_wyrdness
2009-04-02 08:22 am (UTC)
It was good to see you last night. Do you want the recipe for the experimental chilli, whilst I can still remember what I did?
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[User Picture]From: markrimmell
2009-04-02 08:33 am (UTC)
Yes please.
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[User Picture]From: ian_wyrdness
2009-04-02 10:27 am (UTC)
Chop and fry a red pepper and courgette, then add a jar of chilli sauce (I used two jars). You could add other veggies too. I used 'Seeds of Change' sauce as it's the best tasting one that we've found. Add a pack of frozen Quorn 'chicken' pieces and chopped mushrooms and cook for a few minutes until nice and hot.

I then heated the contents of a large tin of refried beans in the microwave for a few seconds, to soften them. Spread the beans onto five flour tortilla wraps. Put a layer of the veggie chilli in a large skillet, followed by a tortila, then more chilli. Lather, rinse, repeat until you've used up all of the sauce. Top with grated cheese and chillis. I used Red Leicester and Jalapeno and Manzano chillies as they're what I happened to have in the fridge. The contents of your fridge may vary.

I baked it in a pre-heated oven at 200 degrees for 20 minutes, which was a wild guess but turned out just right.
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