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    normal:

    chicken drumstick with rice or potato
    mince sauce, haven't done that in a while though cos i think i'm now allergic to the other main ingredients. joy.
    pork, but again not in a while. see above.
    lamb chops with pasta or potatoes.

    please don't make me think of another three.

    if i can be bothered: one of the above.
    if i can be especially bothered: i'll add some steamed veges.

    if i can't be screwed: pasta and a couple of fried eggs. which is what i normally have for lunch as well.

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    Normal
    -enchilada/taco/fajita from a kit
    -stir fry
    -grilled lamb chops and steamed veg
    -spinach and ricotta agnolotti (san remo or similar) with sacla cherry tomato sauce, fried chorizo and baby spinach leaves *yummo and easy!*
    -grilled med veg with saganaki cheese and lamb with tatziki (sp)
    -Tikka Masala cooked from paste
    -homemade pizza

    Cant be bothered
    -omelettes with ham, cheese, onion

    Can be bothered
    anything with multiple steps (like lasagne, pork belly, rissoto, or something flash out a recipe book)

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    Spaghetti Bol
    Tacos
    Bbq chicken & salad
    Silverside & veggies
    Garlic prawns & salad
    Steak mash & steamed veggies
    Fish chips & salad

    Can be bothered :
    Roast with all the trimmings

    CBF :
    Bacon eggs and baked beans
    Ham tomato and cheese toastie
    Basic nachos

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    Breakthemould - how good is the sacla cherry tomato sauce?! Love it!!!

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    - creamy pumpkin & bacon gnocchi
    - carbonara
    - burritos
    - sausage & veg
    - steak & Caesar salad
    - chicken parmy (with sacla sauce mentioned above!) & veg
    - salmon and chips

    Can be bothered
    - Thai green curry (from spirit house cookbook - divine!)
    - lasagne

    CBF
    - pizza capers
    - bought quiche & chips

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    -Quiche with no base
    -Chicken or pork Stir-fry
    -Meat & Veg
    -Grilled & herbed fish & salad
    -Burritos
    -Home made pizza
    -Spicy prawns with rice.

    Can be bothered: anything take takes longer than an hour or even 30mins to cook like lasagna, roasts etc.

    CBF
    -Soft boiled eggs with toast
    -maybe a toasted sandwich if it isn’t almost shopping day and have no sandwich fillings left.
    -Pizza

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    wow I'm suprised at how many of us eats eggs for dinner.

    they really are natures wonder.. just like bananas

    Im also suprised that rissoto has been listed as a 'cant be bothered' food

    Your level of patience must far exceed mine.

    Ive only made rissotto 3 times, and my arm gets sore from stiring the pot.

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    Usuals:
    Chicken & broccoli pasta bake

    Steak & risotto of some variety

    Braised lamb chops & vegies

    Teriyaki chicken rice paper rolls

    Crispy pork belly with asian greens

    Indian style vegetable curry

    Stir fry

    Vegetable frittata


    Can't be bothered:

    Roast dinner (way easier than standing over the stove)


    Feeling fancy:

    Anything that requires more than 2 pots/pans

    Homemade pasta (difficult because I don't have a food processor)



    Sudgestionator - the key to risotto is to shake the pan instead of stirring ... no sore arms that way, and never turns out gluggy

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    What are 7 dishes you usually make for dinner?
    -protein and steam veg
    -japanese soup with protein and veg
    -risotto
    -eggs on toast
    -home made pizza with brought bases


    What's your 'if I'm feeling up to it' dish?
    -roast
    -homemade pizza with fresh bases
    -home pasta from scratch
    -tagines
    -long braised dishes
    -pies

    What's your 'cant be stuffed' dish?
    -eggs on toast

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    isn't a quiche with no base an omelette?

    spoonuf - i was taught you shouldn't really stir risotto.


 

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