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Do you know what a Rissole is? Have you tasted one?

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Best is rissole, chips and gravy, but when I left Wales I walked into a chip shop and asked for it, and guess what, spent 5 mins explaining what it is. Can't buy it anywhere and hardly anyone knows …
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banned8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Best is rissole, chips and gravy, but when I left Wales I walked into a chip shop and asked for it, and guess what, spent 5 mins explaining what it is. Can't buy it anywhere and hardly anyone knows about them. Every chip shop in South Wales has them. London......no chance.

"Rissoles can be found in chip shops in south Wales and north-east England. Rissole and chips is a common choice of meal. These rissole are meat (typically corned beef) mashed up with potato, herbs and sometimes onion. They are about the same size and shape as a scotch egg. They are coated in breadcrumbs or less frequently battered and deep fried."
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banned8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Duh - of course!
#2
its the same if you ask fro gravy...... or meat and potatoe pies...... london is ****!

but no i dont know what a rissole is, educate me.
#3
where i live we call these cornbeef fritters we also have cheese and onion fritters or in some places fryits we also have pea mix or gravy mix
#4
London is weird lol they don't serve gravy???????? what's that all about?
#5
Glad i live in South Wales then
banned#6
Yup no gravy in London at all, only curry sauce or peas. And Chinese takeaways don't sell poppadoms either.
banned#7
You can get food from all around the world in London its great...especially down Camden Town...


but try get something from your own country then your ****ed
#8
Doesn't sound very savoury to me...
banned#9
There's about 2 million kebab shops in London, all selling **** food
#10
davedave3
Yup no gravy in London at all, only curry sauce or peas. And Chinese takeaways don't sell poppadoms either.



popadoms are indian thats why
banned#11
davedave3;4051864
There's about 2 million kebab shops in London, all selling **** food


I disagree!!!






There is ONE kebab shop in London and its gorgeous...


cant remember what its called though?


Kentish something maybe? its a red place
#12
starsparkle2311
Yeh can't find pease pudding down there either:w00t:

seen it but never had it
#13
A rissole sounds like a Brains faggot
banned#14
"popadoms are indian thats why"

Outside of London Chinese takeaways sell poppadoms
banned#15
davedave3;4051925
"popadoms are indian thats why"

Outside of London Chinese takeaways sell poppadoms


I live in the Midlands...go to Brum & Manc a lot...used to go to London a lot too


I have NEVER heard of that
#16
davedave3
"popadoms are indian thats why"

Outside of London Chinese takeaways sell poppadoms


I've been to several chinese resturants all over the country and have never seen this!
#17
davedave3
"popadoms are indian thats why"

Outside of London Chinese takeaways sell poppadoms


I have never ever ever in my life seen a chinese takeaway or restaraunt that does poppadoms, prawn crackers yeah, poppadoms no.

should this not be the case then thanks for educating me, however wiki says indian: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papadum
#18
Poppadoms? with a chinese????

I'm used to prawn crackers with mine.

Btw on the subject of kebab's, we got a tiny van just down the Dedworth Road from me that sells lovely kebabs.

A small-mix kebab(chicken/lamb) is quite simply: superb. I have chilli n mayo and lashings of fresh salad with mine - extra raw onion.

I must be their biggest customer(serious)
banned#19
One entire city has this, Swansea, poppadoms in every Chinese takeaway, and prawn crackers too.
#20
robtallica

I must be their biggest customer(serious)


7"2 and 18 stone?
#21
MinstrelMan
7"2 and 18 stone?


No-way am I 7'2" :p
banned#22
You buy food from a mobile van? Food poisoning for you, the meat is probably kept warm using the guys sock!
#23
davedave3
One entire city has this, Swansea, poppadoms in every Chinese takeaway, and prawn crackers too.


you've been to every chineese takeaway in swansea? thats some good going if I ever visit the place I'll contact you for your #1 rated takeout :thumbsup:
#24
davedave3
You buy food from a mobile van?


yes...... becuase an un-mobile van is called a shop :p
banned#25
MinstrelMan;4052088
yes...... becuase an un-mobile van is called a shop :p

loooooooool
#26
I hate that i can't get rolls anywhere in britain apart from aberdeen:-(
#27
all chineses in south wales i beeen too sell poppadoms, they sell curry so sell poppadoms to go with them.

Personally chinese curry i want me prawn crackers but eachto their own
banned#28
BlondeBella;4052123
I hate that i can't get rolls anywhere in britain apart from aberdeen:-(

Rolls???

what are Rolls?




to me they are rolls of bread which as far as I know are sold all over the country so I assume you mean something else
banned#29
queenlush
London is weird lol they don't serve gravy???????? what's that all about?


And you lot dont have chips with your breakfast - thats weird!
#30
jellybaby22
why?


:?


Its not the rolls everythink it is i will find exactly whats in them and evryone will go gads.
#31
ODB_69
Rolls???

what are Rolls?




to me they are rolls of bread which as far as I know are sold all over the country so I assume you mean something else


http://eatscotland.visitscotland.com/Repository/userfiles/Aberdeen%20Rowie.jpg

Ingredients

These qualities will make about 16 rolls.
1 lb of plain flour.
6 oz butter.
4 oz lard.1 heaped teaspoon of salt.
2 heaped teaspoons of sugar.
½ oz fresh yeast.
¼ pint of tepid water.
#32
jellybaby22
take it you mean aberdeen rolls..?? yum...you can get them in perth an bakers in stirling though.......
but granted you wouldnt get them in England


They are called aberdeen rolls down there, we always struggle to find them anywhere othere than aberdeen.:thumbsup:
banned#33
TBF you lot in Scotland miss out more on our stuff than your own


I mean WTF...


No Chicken & Mushroom Slices????


No Egg Custards????


No Mushy peas????




Puts me off going tbh
#34
davedave3
You buy food from a mobile van? Food poisoning for you, the meat is probably kept warm using the guys sock!


you ain't lived pal:roll:
#35
hankmarvin4
And you lot dont have chips with your breakfast - thats weird!
Very rare i have a fry up but chips on it would be so wrong lol .......gimme black pudding any day
#36
queenlush
.......gimme black pudding any day


+1


the only advantage of comming from rochdale is that bury market is so close :thumbsup:
banned#37
BlondeBella;4052256
They are called aberdeen rolls down there, we always struggle to find them anywhere othere than aberdeen.:thumbsup:


OK...so if you call them rolls, then what do you cal these?

http://wwwdelivery.superstock.com/WI/223/1532/PreviewComp/SuperStock_1532R-17161.jpg
#38
MinstrelMan
+1


the only advantage of comming from rochdale is that bury market is so close :thumbsup:

oooh or the potatoes and black peas from that stall near all the flowers
banned#39
MinstrelMan;4052295
+1


the only advantage of comming from rochdale is that bury market is so close :thumbsup:



oh dat shiz is da bomb
#40
Mushy peas gads, you can pick lidl if thats what floats your boat.

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