a chook as well. Our daughters birthday dinner, she chose samosas with rhaita and tamarind chutney, followed by leg of lamb over coals on the rotisserie. I do this in the garage. Sides are cauli bloc cheese bake. Roast veges and gravy. Then rice custard. Pics to follow. The lamb was boned last...
family coming for dinner tonight, I'm about to bone out a leg of lamb and prep a chicken, both are going on the rotisserie under charcoal. Daughter and d.i.l. Bringing sides and I'm also doing a potatoe dauphinois.
Pics to follow.
Charcoal powder has no real flavour and is mainly used as a colourant. You really don't need to add the charcoal if you don't want to or can't obtain it - but the bread will not be as dark.
250g Rye flour
150g White bread flour
1 tbsp fennel seeds
1 tbsp caraway seeds
Tonka beans are magic - they taste like vanilla on steroids and if you have never tried them then I can recommend that you do. They are expensive but they last forever, like nutmeg.; you just need a few gratings to add flavour.
The bamboo charcoal powder adds dramatic colour and I promise it...