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    Pumpkin and red lentil soup


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    Spiced pumpkin and sweet potato soup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Majestic Hiss View Post
    Pumpkin and red lentil soup

    Oh yum, I'd love the recipe if possible please!!!

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    Dessert, orange tea cake (left overs out of freezer) with vanilla custard. Just custard for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    Oh yum, I'd love the recipe if possible please!!!
    I did it in the thermo - 2 onions, 3 cloves of garlic sautéed. Then added 2 Dutch cream potatoes, a heap of chopped pumpkin (butternut and Kent) and about half a cup - maybe more - of red lentils. I blitzed it up but if you were doing it on the stove you could blitz it at the end. Then I added a big spoon of vegie stock paste and covered with water and cooked for half an hour. Then the last 10 minutes I added some milk powder and fresh nutmeg. Served with a spoon of sour cream and chopped parsley.

    I liked it. DH and DS not so keen

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    Dinner

    Pistachio and herb crusted chicken skewers with basmati.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majestic Hiss View Post
    I did it in the thermo - 2 onions, 3 cloves of garlic sautéed. Then added 2 Dutch cream potatoes, a heap of chopped pumpkin (butternut and Kent) and about half a cup - maybe more - of red lentils. I blitzed it up but if you were doing it on the stove you could blitz it at the end. Then I added a big spoon of vegie stock paste and covered with water and cooked for half an hour. Then the last 10 minutes I added some milk powder and fresh nutmeg. Served with a spoon of sour cream and chopped parsley.

    I liked it. DH and DS not so keen
    Mmmm sounds delicious. I just wouldn't add the milk or cream, maybe a bit of coconut cream though. Yum!! Thanks for that hun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
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    Pistachio and herb crusted chicken skewers with basmati.

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    That looks awesome! I reckon if I leave out the basmati I can still have tomorrow night for tea for day 2 on the Dukan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Dinner for my dad and hubby - I had a sustagen. Shame too, it was a rib eye roast from a 1yr old healer we just had slaughtered. Home grown spuds, pumpkin. Usual veg + cauliflower cheese. Sorry about photo dad wouldnt wait.
    I'd love to use veg I grew myself ... I can't even manage to keep basil alive!! Sounds amazing

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    Soups look amazing ladies I'll be in soups for a few days next week


 

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