About this recipe: In Lancashire, when I was a lad, we had this at school. English cookery may be laughed at throughout the world, but this ranks alongside egg and bacon buttys on fried bread as one of the world's culinary masterpieces. Pupils would queue all lunchtime to have this, even though we knew that Nora, the chief 'cook' used to put her false teeth into anything she cooked for good luck.
This was super easy and took no time at all, the smell was great if a bit over-powering at the onion, garam masala and curry paste stage! Trying to upload the photo now! - 11 Jan 2011
We cooked this together, one on the scone mix the other on the meat, so very quick to prepare. Missed out the curry stuff, still very very tasty. Happy. - 23 Apr 2012
I thought this was pretty good, but the rest of my family was not crazy about it. Probably won't be making again. - 06 Oct 2001 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)