here's the leg of lamb raan that I slow and low roasted for 5 hrs on Sunday.. it was really tender and scrummy, I served it with some spiced veg and some gravy I made from the juices!! g x

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latif
over 1 year

Thanks for the explanation @Mr-G!!!

Mr-G
over 1 year

thanks @Arthur vdH @boo @traceyross you guys are too kind! 😍

Mr-G
over 1 year

@latif brap is like bigging something up and bangra is an Indian dance... ignore me I'm an idiot 😄

traceyross
over 1 year

Looks amazing @Mr-G and great photo. A perfect Sunday dinner. I do love your cooking!

latif
over 1 year

@Mr-G what does brrrap baaangraaas mean? If it doesn’t have any meaning, what does it express at least? Is that Punjabi? Anyway, whatever it means, it sounds very funny! We have also similar exclamations in Bhojpuri...

boo
over 1 year

Lovely plate ⭐️⭐️⭐️ @Mr-G
Great picture!!!

Arthur vdH
over 1 year

Nice result @Mr-G ! I like the vibrant colours!

Mr-G
over 1 year

@latif well perhaps give them a try.. they're good with other veg like potato and carrots! haha it's a great app. I often feel my tummy rumbling when I'm looking at everyone's wonderful looking meals! 😂

latif
over 1 year

Hi @Mr-G! Being an Indian, I must confess that I have never tasted parsnips, but I know that my daughter fed her little baby with parsnip purée, but she is half-German!!! The little brat was crazy about it!!!! But as you rightly pointed: who cares? Your mutton raan is mouthwatering and gets me hungry again at this late hour of the night! I should avoid watching Hari Ghotra’s app late at night 😋.

Mr-G
over 1 year

unsure if parsnips are in Indian cuisine but who cares when you're a green tick freestyling maverick like me eh? brrrrap baaangraaas