Name 3 of your moms best dishes..........

@Rosy001 (363)
South Africa
January 29, 2007 4:00am CST
Mine has to be her chicken fettucine pasta with delicious crumby feta cheese and mushrooms; then her tangy butter chicken and last but not least sago stew.....hmmmmmmmmmmm yummy!!! what's your top 3?
3 responses
• India
29 Jan 07
chicken varity,sweets
@Rosy001 (363)
• South Africa
29 Jan 07
hmmmmmmm burfi, gulaab jamun........some of my faves! thanks for responding
@sylviekitty (2083)
• United States
29 Jan 07
Unfortunately my mother can not cook. She never could. I could easily list 3 things she could burn, not make well. But I will say there is 1 dish that I remember being somewhat tasty, and that was "salmon cakes". I am not even sure if they were made from real salmon, to tell you the truth. LOL But they were round, and breaded. Oh.. and sometimes she made corn fritters. Those weren't bad.
@Rosy001 (363)
• South Africa
29 Jan 07
she sounds like a terrible cook.....lol!!!!! at least you could think of one thing that was somewhat tasty...:) hope you're a tad bit better in the kitchen....:)
@BittyBiddy (2904)
• Ireland
29 Jan 07
That's easy. My mother's best dishes were a Dublin coddle, Irish Stew, and the Christmas turkey and ham. I've never been able to make a coddle like she did. In case you're wondering what it is, I've put the recipe below: 1 pound of pork sausages 1 pound of rashers of bacon (sliced) 1 large or 2 medium onions, sliced 5 carrots 5 medium potatoes (the non floury type is best) 1 chicken or vegetable stock cube Pince (pinch) of mixed herbs Salt and Pepper to taste 1. Peel and half the potatoes. Scrub the carrots and cut them into coins. Put the meat and vegetables into a large pot and cover with water. 2. Bring to the boil and simmer for about 1 hour, until the meat is cooked and the vegetables are tender. Add the stock cubes, herbs and the salt and pepper. 3. Continue simmering for another 15 minutes to allow the flavours to combine. Serve with crusty bread or rolls. Makes 5 to 6 servings.
@Rosy001 (363)
• South Africa
29 Jan 07
I've never heard of coddle. Sounds interesting.....don't eat pork or bacon but i'm sure it could be substitued for something else. thanks for the recipe!