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    As the title suggests. I'm not much of a curry man, but it's the only time I ever have rice, so I'm looking for some other stuff to go with it rather than curry.
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    roasted veggies
    make it into a mushroom risoto
    pilaf
    stew
    chicken salad
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    Make a chili
    Or creamy mushroom sauce
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    paprika chicken
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    I used to eat it plain, with a bit of pepper and Worcestershire sauce.
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    I make a bolagnaise/chilli type thing and shove that on it
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    Oooh also, I quite like creating some sort of cheesey, creamy, mushroomy sauce and putting that on it!
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    I don't like bolognaise, or anything with mince in it.

    I like the idea of a mushroom sauce. And what's risoto and pilaf.

    Oh yeah, and I don't like rice plain/on it's own. It's too bland. It has to be mixed in with something to give it a taste.
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    One of my faves:
    http://www.vegsoc.org/cordonvert/recipes/gorecs4.html
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    stroganoff.
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    Chilli?
    Chicken in a creamy sauce?
    Chickpeas and stirfried red cabbage seasoned with lemon juice and tamari/soy sauce with pitta bread?
    Kebabs?
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    (Original post by Angelil)
    One of my faves:
    http://www.vegsoc.org/cordonvert/recipes/gorecs4.html
    What could replace peppers, 'cause that's something else I don't like.
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    Chilli?
    Chicken in a creamy sauce?
    Chickpeas and stirfried red cabbage seasoned with lemon juice and tamari/soy sauce with pitta bread?
    Kebabs?
    Oh and cabbage. Sorry.
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    Wow you are a pain in the ass :p:
    You could replace the peppers with mushrooms...it just wouldn't be a very colourful dish then. There's peas or sweetcorn in there already for colour though (or both! Both is good ;yes; ).
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    I love mushrooms!! And I bought some peas and some sweetcorn today. :p:

    Sorry about being a pain in the arse but there's no point in people suggesting things I don't like, so I'm just trying to help. :p:
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    If you love mushrooms then stroganoff IMO is the best choice, or a nice pilaff. (making risotto without the proper rice is, IMO abhorrent)
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    im eating it now with a tin of asdas "mild chicken curry"
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    Apart from the marmite ;yucky; and sunflower seeds, and I'll replace the pepper with mushrooms, I have everything for that recipe. Oh, but I don't have a whole onion but oh well.
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    Marmite is great as a seasoning ingredient even if you don't like it normally. It's no different to adding salt, soy sauce, various other savoury condiments etc.
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    What's stroganoff?
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    Kind of like a fake risotto (as in it's made with normal rice, not risotto rice), it usually has meat and/or vegetables in it (mushroom is the most popular vegetarian one, beef the most popular carnivorous one), and is characterised by its creamy sauce.
 
 
 
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