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Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Fri May 15, 2009 15:37
by knibbles
I'm sorry.

You enjoy your filano.

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Fri May 15, 2009 15:45
by squirrelboutique
I'm still recovering from that your grandma joke you made.

The apple adds a lovely crispness, I have to say.

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 00:01
by squirrelboutique
I promise I'm not asking this for the obvious new fun name for a filano variant, but is naan a suitable base for a filano? I've got a stack of eight naan just asking to be topped with sauce and cheese.

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 01:40
by Jangloid Mark
squirrelboutique wrote:I promise I'm not asking this for the obvious new fun name for a filano variant, but is naan a suitable base for a filano? I've got a stack of eight naan just asking to be topped with sauce and cheese.
Mmmm....naan...YUM!!! Sauce, yes!!! Really don't think that cheese would go with a naan...

Maybe add some soft, cooked tomatoes, some jalapenos, a touch of garlic....and for that extra little bit of zing, maybe cook a single slice of orange or lemon into the sauce....

I feel hungry now....

Maybe you could call this little mix a Jangly Filano :D

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 06:25
by a layer of chips
squirrelboutique wrote:I promise I'm not asking this for the obvious new fun name for a filano variant, but is naan a suitable base for a filano? I've got a stack of eight naan just asking to be topped with sauce and cheese.
I think you're referring to the filnaano. A rare treat.

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 08:13
by knibbles
I think a naan is an excellent base for a filano, I like your filanostyle. Make sure you report back.

I dream that one day all doughy things all over the world are covered in cheese and tomato paste.

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 08:36
by roundbitsofplastic
This reminds me, at the new food court in this shopping mall near me there's a place that SMELLS awesome so I went to investigate. Though I quickly made the decision to boycot the place when I saw Naanini on the menu.

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 14:38
by andyroo
Naanini: The poor man's filnaano.

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 20:09
by roundbitsofplastic
andyroo wrote:Naanini: The poor man's filnaano.
EXACTLY!

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 20:43
by jayen_aitch
Garlic and coriander naan, caramelised onion, goats' cheese, grill.

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Tue May 29, 2012 21:00
by a layer of chips
Just added wholegrain mustard to the mix. Colour me amazed.

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Wed May 30, 2012 21:51
by knibbles
Oh filano

Re: Filano of the day

Posted: Thu May 31, 2012 11:05
by annie
knibbles wrote:Oh filano
This will be stuck in my head all day to the tune of Vienna.