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Leonard Hatred 2:11 Thu Nov 2
Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
Yes or no?

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Manuel 3:07 Sun Nov 5
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
Don't most things lose their taste when in curry sauce? The curry will almost always over power what it is covering.

Coffee 2:49 Sun Nov 5
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
On the subject of seafood with other stuff, prawns in curry seems to me a total waste of prawns. You get the texture, but the taste largely disappears. The exception is lightly tandooried prawns - no sauce - but otherwise they're at the finest plain boiled.

zebthecat 2:48 Sun Nov 5
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
Agree jfk.
Kedgeree is delicious too.

jfk 8:18 Sun Nov 5
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
Visited Porto recently(lovely city and as cheap as chips 2.50 a pint tops)they do an omelette type dish with bacaleau (salt cod) ite well nice.
A traditional fish pie includes boiled eggs so I would suggest the theory of eggs and fish not accompanying one another is a load of bollocks.
This doesn’t however distract from the fact that Antonio has been fucking shit of late.

Manuel 5:31 Sun Nov 5
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
Not a huge fan of omeletts, but OK from time to time and would typical only have one in a nice hotel at breakfast, and I haven't done that for a few years now. They need to be done properly mind, or can just look like a mess on a plate.

LongTimeUser 4:42 Sun Nov 5
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
When I'm running the country I'm banning all seafood

jfk 4:19 Sun Nov 5
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
As myself and too much too young have said it’s a classic combo with the addition of a few other bits and pieces.
Omelette Arnold Bennett is on the menu around the classier places uptown.It’s a top bit of fucking scoff.

gph 2:28 Sun Nov 5
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
Old-style newspaper inks are know to be slightly carcinogenic if ingested (although that's not the reason why newspaper was banned from fish and chip shops - general hygiene was)

Nurse Ratched 12:54 Sun Nov 5
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
My mum cooked fresh mackerel in an odd way. She would wrap a cleaned, gutted and seasoned mackerel in newspaper, rolling several times to make a parcel. Then she'd run it briefly under the tap to dampen the paper, tuck the ends under then put it on a baking tray in a hot oven. As soon as the newspaper was dry, she'd take it out and unwrap the fish. The skin would stick to the paper and the bones would be easy to pick out. We would eat the flesh with vinegar or lemon and pepper.

Iron Duke 12:28 Sun Nov 5
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
Swindon Town.

Graham MACKRELL was club secretary when we fucked up about Manny Omoyimni which cost us a semi final in the League Cup.

On the subject of Mackerel, I like it. But I’m not surprised it was too overpowering for an omelette. I had one today with cheese and salami.

Coffee 12:27 Sun Nov 5
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
If you mean fresh mackerel, then just lemon juice, salt and some nice bread.


Zeb - agreed.

Leonard Hatred 11:43 Sat Nov 4
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
There is one English league football team whose full name has no letters from the word MACKEREL in it.

No googling.

By the way, the taste of mackerel is a bit too intense for an omelette, in my opinion. It was alright, but a bit MUCH.

Mackerel should just be served with spinach or broccoli or suchlike IMO.

Briano 11:06 Sat Nov 4
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
St John’s Wood is the only tube station with no letters from the word Mackerel

zebthecat 11:00 Sat Nov 4
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
Coffee 9:11 Sat Nov 4

Smoked mackerel would definitely work.
It would work better in scrambled eggs though just as smoked salmon does.

Coffee 9:11 Sat Nov 4
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
Newcastle take the lead over Arsenal.

Lenny, please be specific. Do you mean smoked mackerel (yes please), cooked fresh mackerel (possibly) or tinned mackerel (probably not)? Three entirely different omelettes.

Nutsin 7:57 Sat Nov 4
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
A local spot near me called Plums Cafe serves up some delightful breakfast dishes.

Dungeness crab omelette. Smoked salmon hash, breaded campfire rainbow trout to name but a few never disappoint.

Some good stuff! Their peppered bacon is always good and goes down well with the Coconut French toast.

Plus they serve breakfast all day.

If you ever go to Costa Mesa it’s worth a visit.

Aalborg Hammer 5:02 Sat Nov 4
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
During my time is Denmark I became partial to a rollmop on rugbrΓΈd (ryebread)with a curry sauce made from mayonnaise finely chopped egg and curry powder washed down with ice cold Aalborg akvavit ...nowadays a couple of Craster kippers with two poached eggs will suffice

Westham67 2:10 Fri Nov 3
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
A mahoosive NO

Wilko Johnson 10:14 Fri Nov 3
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
The DIRTY Bastards.

Hammer and Pickle 9:44 Fri Nov 3
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
Virginia

Ah yes - the oily fish issue. Most of my French, Spanish and Portuguese friends react likewise, especially to herring, which does tend to be the most up-front with the fishiness unless super fresh. In your case though it may have been the matjas fillet (most Polish herring dishes are based on this high-salt content form) not being prepared properly. Without careful prior soaking in milk, the matjas is of course disgusting.

I wouldn’t give up on the herring though - the fresh Dutch variety at least is just the filleted fish straight from the water and obviously has to be caught on the day. It is superb if you like that kind of thing.

nychammer 3:47 Fri Nov 3
Re: Mackerel in an omelette πŸ€”
no you sick fuck. Omelette should not have fish in it. Aside maybe smoked salmon folded in.

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