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    I'm loving this thread too.

    Was just chatting about this to some people at work and a few of them actually buy certain things in bulk such as 5 kilos of laundry powder, 5 kilo rice, anything on special etc. I did some calculations on the online woolworth site and realized that you can save at least $20 with the laundry powder if you buy the large box instead of 5 of the 1 kilo boxes!!!!!

    Also you can compare products and prices on the woolworths website to organize your shopping list! They list the price of the product and then the price per 100g so you can actually compare if it's cheaper for you to buy large or small.

    Chicken drumsticks/wings are like $3.99 a kilo at woolworths but it could be cheaper elsewhere though like Lennards chicken. I buy a few kilos of both and then mix them in separate zip lock bags to freeze for the month.

    Baked chicken drumsticks/wings

    Chicken drumsticks/wings
    minced garlic
    soy sauce
    salt/pepper
    sugar
    honey (optional)

    Marinade the chicken drumsticks/wings with the minced garlic, splash of soy sauce, salt/pepper and honey. Then bake in oven at 180 celcius for about an hour. Turn over half way through.

    Sprinkle chicken with sugar in the last 10 mins and increase the heat to 220 celcius to caramalize the chicken.

    Serve with rice/mash potato.. peas etc



    Mashed Avocado on toast

    1 avocado
    1 tomato diced
    1 garlic clove mince
    Salt/pepper

    Mash avocado with minced garlic and stir in diced tomato. Add salt pepper to taste. Spread on toast. YUM!!!!


    Pasta salad

    Boiled pasta such as bowties
    Diced bacon or ham
    Chopped Sundried tomatoes or even fresh tomatoes
    Shredded spinach or any other vegies
    Dried herbs or fresh parsley
    olive oil

    Fry the diced bacon/ham with olive oil.
    Mix bacon/ham with boiled pasta , chopped sundried tomatoes, shredded spinach, herbs. Make sure you coat the pasta with all that flavoured bacon olive oil.

    Variation: add some french dressing/balsamic dressing/vinigrette for more flavour.


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    Just thought for 2 more recipes that i've made before

    I cook using the oven a lot.


    Chicken casserole
    Chicken drumsticks or whatever cut you prefer
    250 ml Cream (i use Liddell lactose free cream because DH is lactose intolerant)
    Stock cube/powder
    Minced Garlic and sliced onion
    Potato/carrot diced
    Soup mix/barley etc

    Brown chicken with olive oil in oven proof pot. Add garlic and sliced onion to brown. Then add stock cube, some water to cover, soup mix and then either continue cooking on stove or put in oven at 180 celcius for 40 mins. Then add potato/carrot/vegies and cream. Cook for another 15 mins.

    Chicken and creamed corn variation: Instead of the cream, maybe try a can of creamed corn and omit the soup mix!!! Very yummy!



    Cornflake Chicken

    Cornflakes
    Sour cream/mayonaise
    Chicken drumsticks or breast fillet strips
    Parmesan cheese/herbs/salt pepper

    Crush the cornflakes between 2 grease proof paper/cling wrap with a rolling pin. Make sure you have some not so crushed bits as this makes it crunchy. Mix it with a handful of powdered parmesan cheese and whatever other seasoning you like.

    Roll the chicken in sourcream or mayonaise to coat, then the cornflakes/parmesan cheese.

    Drizzle oil/ oil spray/butter and bake in oven at 180 celcius for an hour. Turn chicken over halfway.

    I find the oil sprays more convenient for this. The sour cream version is so good.

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