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Slop
Started by: britboy (6704) Report abuse
Soooo.....I broken silence during my quiet time because a great cooking aroma was wafting from the kitchen.
Mrs britboy was using a wok and when I asked what she was cooking she said "slop"!!
So I thought slop can't smell that good!

Here's the ingredients...

Bacon
Broccoli
Green beans
Potato
Onion
Mushroom
Asparagus
Spinach
Diced tomatoes

Start by frying small pieces of bacon in coconut oil, then just throw all the rest in, cover and simmer for 10mins.
Delicious, it was just a case of use up all the veg in the fridge.

Of course with "slop" you can throw in anything you fancy as long as it's edible.

Sooooo....go for it,make your own version of slop!!

Posted by: britboy (6704) Report abuse
Don't over cook it or it will be slop lol

Veg have to be left nice and crisp

Posted by: lock lass (102) Report abuse
I make 'slop' on a regular basis then britboy but I always call it 'stir-fried veg' no bacon but additional leeks and peppers thrown in and I always use Groundnut oil

Posted by: britboy (6704) Report abuse
I must admit stir fry veg sounds more palitable

Posted by: Anne (2948)  Report abuse
I do variations of slop then put it through a blender and call it soup.
With a fancy name.

Posted by: britboy (6704) Report abuse
Mrs britboy makes a mean Tom Yum soup, great for cold winter days

Posted by: Anne (2948)  Report abuse
My son also does a Singapore version of that soup when he is at "home"

Posted by: lock lass (102) Report abuse
We are having 'slop'/'stir fried veg' with hotpot for tea later today not forgetting the red cabbage.

Posted by: britboy (6704) Report abuse
That's it !!!!

Pressure cookie is coming out, lobbies are on the horizon, collect the fixings, prefer beetroot but red cabbage is fine to ..... onward

Posted by: aussie94 (1389) Report abuse
Sounds like slop

 
 
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