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    Mine is Jamie olivers chicken pie with meatballs! Sounds weird but the meatballs give it an amazing flavour.

    Mmmmmmmm .......

    Or Mac cheese with more cheese than you can throw a stick at.


    The in laws make awesome roasts and curries(not a jar of sauce in sight !!)

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    Quiche

    I make my base from scratch, and my most requested one is zucchini and caramelised onion, everyone loves it.

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    mine is probably my pad Thai yum

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    Spinach and ricotta cannelloni
    Balsamic garlic and goats cheese tart
    Rogan Josh curry
    Pesto chicken with salad

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    chicken breast simmered in chicken stock and cream- I kid you not, it's delicious

    chicken breast stuffed with garlic butter, wrapped in ham, then puff pasty. oh and cheese.. lots of melty cheese!

    I do a mean chicken and sweet corn soup that is super simple and deadly impressive (hmm.. I see a chicken theme here.. maybe I need to branch out?)

    Pork meatballs with either a satay or a soy dipping sauce (Depending on mood) both made from scratch

    My bacon, spring onion and corn cobb loaf

    And.. for some reason I'm also known for my baking... but it's just purely coincidental that I have pulled cakes or biscuits from the oven and then all of a sudden friends drop around for a cuppa...

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    Chicken and leek pie and lasagna

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    Chips under the grill. Lucky dh dies the cooking

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    I'd LOVE the recipe for the salted caramel cheesecake and the bacon, spring onion and corn cob loaf!

    Lasagne with crunchy potatoes and broccoli tossed in olive oil, garlic and chillies.
    Slow roasted shoulder of lamb with pancetta, garlic and rosemary.
    Fillet steak with garlic and sour cream mash, mixed greens and creamy mushroom sauce.
    Warm pumpkin, prosciutto, baby spinach, fetta, red onion salad with toasted pinenuts.
    Choc chip cheesecake.
    Brownies.

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    http://www.donnahay.com.au/recipes/s...ked-cheesecake

    Be warned its fabulous! It does take approx 7 hours from start to finish ( with resting times ) so make it the night before you need it! Also the base was too thick so I halved the base recipe

    I've started making mini cheesecakes by doing it in muffin tins as they are better for cocktail/finger food parties , ( only cook them for 40mins though) I also melt 1/2 pkt of colombines ( those pascall chewy caramel lollies) with a little cream and flick over the top of the mini cheesecakes which gives it that extra caramel hit!

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    Lasagne - bolognaise made from fresh tomatoes, mince, garlic, onion, grated carrot and zucchini (2 of each), basil, oregano, sun-dried tomato pesto (1 tablespoon), mushrooms (if DP isn't having it) and a splash of balsamic vinegar and red wine. Also S&P. Then make my own white sauce too. It's really yummy and full of flavour.

    Penna Carbonara with sausage meatballs - it's seriously divine, but I've only had it once since my op because it's really really fatty and I can't manage much pasta. God it's good though (I stole it from Jamie Oliver...lol).


 

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