as a child I often ate these. We used to have them for a late breakfast.. Brunch I suppose! My grandfather made excellent ones.. And mama made good ones too.. So it must be true therefore that I too canals these right?
It’s taken me a good while to get it right.. Why?
Over stuffing I reckon .. Cooking too fast.. Lots of things.. It’s pretty much there now.. Although like a lot of things.. They really are best when cooked by someone else for you.. Like other people’s fries.. !
Start though by chopping a part of a pink onion, then using up a lovely boiled #jerseyroyal from the fridge..
I think one should always have a delicious pre boiled spud to hand.. Excellent for so many things.. ! ( often we don’t have one to hand.. )..
Add urfa pepper ( just because its my latest #trend ).. Vegemare salt, garam masala, fresh coriander and mint from the garden (check me out huh?)..
And some peas.. I think you need the pea…
This mixture is wonderful made into patties and fried.. Or into a samosa I suppose?
Yet this is into bread.. It’s for breakfast after all.. (Although I must admit that Mrs Fitz’s shepherds pie has to be my all-time favourite breakfast)..
And I have some dough left over from another dish.. It’s a yoghurt bread made with Italian ’00’ flour.. Very light..
Kinda roll it out.. I use my palm only at this stage.. Till it’s a little thin.. And then pop the mix on top..
See those edges popping out.. That’s over stuffing.. The one next to it is about to get a rolling.. Very gently and turning often.. If you don’t over stuff them you can rattle these out.. Ahem..
Cooked on the iron flat plate.. Spooning a little of Mrs middle tons pimped roscoff garlic oil on top for extra crispyness..
Delicious hot or cold! Better hot though..
Damn that over stuffing.. ! Great breakfast though.. Just great!