Five Easy Fakeaway Ideas for Flavoursome Nights In
There are loads of great reasons to make your usual Friday night takeaway yourself: it's fun, saves money, and is usually healthier. Plus, it's actually easier than you might think, especially when you have your Thermapen on hand for your meat and frying oil. Crispy fried chicken, succulent Chinese beef and fluffy chips are just a temperature away.
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1. Beef in Black Bean Sauce Recipe
This beef in black bean sauce takeaway recipe is the best dish for getting your Chinese fakeaway fix. It's quick and simple to make, and if you cook the beef to temperature instead of time, you'll be guaranteed juicy medium rare perfection.
2. Homemade Fish & Chips Recipe
If you're looking for fakeaway recipes as a UK foodie, you'll definitely want to try making your own chippie tea. Crispy batter, soft fish and creamy mushy peas are a match made in heaven. Frying the perfect fish couldn't be easier when you use your Thermapen to monitor your oil and fish temperatures.
3. Japanese Chicken Katsu Curry Recipe
Katsu is one of our favourite fakeaway meals. The sauce is heavenly, and the chicken has an incredible crunch. Remove the guesswork from your deep-fried chicken and check the temperature to be sure when it's juicy and succulent inside.
This Thai takeaway is the best fakeaway recipe for when you want to go all out and make a huge sharing feast. It includes sticky Thai red meatballs, pad kra pau spring rolls, chicken satay, and chicken jungle curry.
We love a chicken kebab fakeaway, and this Korean-style shawarma is a must-try. Best cooked on a BBQ rotisserie, it's packed with smokey flavours and delicious spices. Unlike the real thing, it's quite a healthy fakeaway option too.