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Now that my phone is back, the photos can improve. The recipes are great on the former pages but my camera was out of action.
How to achieve a bit of almost a fry up but with no oil?
If i say squeaky bubble i hope you might know what i mean?
400 gramms of potatoes
2 Sprigs of greens
some left over brussell sprouts
A yellow papper (capsicum)
3 scotch bonnet chillies which were almost on their way out (work with fresh if possible please).
Salt and pepper
Slice the potatoes and put them with the brussell sprouts into the steamer for approximately 20-25 minutes until mashable
Move some of the greens away and place on a seperate plate
Mash the remainder of the greens, the potatoes and the brussell sprouts.
De-seed a yellow capsicum pepper
Add one level tablespoonful of 'garlic salt' to the mixture.
Cut the yellow pepper into 3 and finely chop one third of it and add to the mixture
Very finely (with gloves preferably) chop the fresher parts of the scotch bonnet chillies disgarding the bits which had gone off.
Wash the de-seeded scotch bonnet chillies under a tap with cold water before chopping.
Place all of the mashed ingredient onto a baking tray and square it off into a nice shape
Press the finely chopped scotch bonnet chillies into the top of the mixture (if you don't like stron chillies, do not add them) Photo 3
Give a generous sprinkling of garlic salt on top
Then wrap the remaining greens over the whole thing.Photo 4
Salt and pepper the top to your own taste and put into a medium oven (top shelf) for 30 minutes
Veg as above. Scotch bonnett chilli Photo 3 Photo 4
and yellow capsicum
The meal is quite an unusual one. With the dryness of the cabbage leaves it seems to be a nice dimension to this dish.
Try squeezing just a small piece of lemon juice over the top of it.