I was starving and looked inside my friend’s fridge and saw this and was all like “oh Jesus, really, oh god, no, surely not. Oh man, oh hell, oh Mr Big Balls on a bike. Seriously? Oh GOD, really? No, someone help me, for the love of Christ, please, Jesus, no!” Yes, I was SUPER excited to try this stuff!
But seriously, I hate corned beef with a passion because it tastes bland and sinister and at school I broke a tooth on a bit of bone in it. So I’m not going to enjoy this blog post much and will have to use all my ninja skillz to make something edible.
After some very serious thought I reckon a first step would be to inject some flavour into the soulless, cold, dead, haunted heart of the corned beef (CB):
1/2 tsp fennel and cumin seeds, i clove garlic, 1 cm3 ginger
And I’m going to put these into a mixing bowl with the CB and create something along the lines of a CB kofti…
I’m not messing around with this blog post am I? I mean, before you’ve had a second to collect your thoughts I’m already onto my dipping sauce:
Juice 1 lemon, 1 tsp fish sauce, red chill, corriander, sugar for balance.
And I’m going to do a slight twist on my CB koftis: I’m going to breadcrumb them:
Right to left: CB kofti, milk, breadcrumbs.
And here’s the koftis before cooking:
And I’m going to deep fry these on a high oil heat (150c) for about two minutes or until they turn golden brown. They actually sound really nice don’t they?
Mmmm, served with that cutting, salty, zingy dipping sauce. Mmmmmm yum yum:
Well, it’s fairly clear that my CB koftis were a disaster; not only did they begin to fall to bits during cooking but they also taste fairly horrible: very salty, oily, sinister and the dipping sauce is probably unbalanced by virtue of being too sweet. God corned beef sucks balls food fans and I am never cooking anything with it ever again.
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