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    what's a surfiburger?

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    Surfie burger....Damper roll with chopped up bacon, egg, cheese, slice of pineapple, mayo and bbq sauce. Making them right now actually!

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    Yum i love mayo (best foods)

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    Its the yummiest burger ever

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    All of this sounds so yummy!!

    my go to cheap meals are Spag bol/pasta bake, and chicken and rice. When Chicken tonight is on special or when spag sauce/pasta bake sauce is on special I stock up on them..I always have rice and pasta in the house. Also we do lots of home made pizzas whether I make the dough or we use lebanese bread. French onion soup is another both DP and I love and its cheap as chips to make.

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    Sausage & Pumpkin Curry

    - sausages
    - pumpkin
    - onion
    - mushroom
    - carrot
    - broccoli
    - cauliflower (basically whatever veggies you've got)
    - couple of spoons curry powder
    - milk

    Grill sausages until cooked. Roughly chop and set aside.

    Fry onion, mushroom, carrot and diced pumpkin in olive oil. Add curry powder and a splash of milk.

    Simmer for 15 minutes or until pumpkin is soft. Add broccoli, cauliflower and sausages. Simmer, stirring occasionally, until pumpkin melts and binds everything together in a delicious, thick orange sauce.

    Eat.

    Risotto stuffed capsicums

    - 1 cup arborio rice
    - 3 cups chicken stock
    - mushrooms
    - onion
    - garlic
    - peas
    - red capsicums
    - 1 cup grated cheese

    Cut the tops off the capsicums and take the seeds out. Place capsicums and their lids on a baking tray and bake at 180 degrees for 15 minutes. Set aside.

    Fry onion, garlic and mushrooms in olive oil. Add rice and fry for a minute or two or until well coated in oil.

    Slowly add stock, allowing it to be dissolved before adding the next bit it. If required, agitate the pan to stop the rice sticking - don't stir.

    Continue until rice is al dente.

    Stir through half of the grated cheese, then spoon the risotto into the capsicum cups and top with the remainder of the cheese. Bake for 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted and delicious.

    Braised Lamb Chops

    - lamb leg chops (whatever's cheapest)
    - onion
    - carrots
    - potatoes
    - peas
    - 2tbsp gravy powder
    - 2 cups beef or veg stock
    - 2 tbsp flour

    Toss the chops in the flour to coat, then lightly fry in olive oil until sealed. Remove from pan.

    Chop the carrots, potatoes and onions into rough pieces and fry for a few minutes in pan.

    Combine gravy powder with stock. Add all ingredients to a large casserole dish, cover, and bake for 1.5 - 2 hours 170 degrees (depending how tender you want your meat). Uncover for the last 20 minutes or so to thicken.

    Not so quick, but SOOOO good on a cold winter night (also really good in the slow cooker)!

    We have it with garlic bread

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    Breakfast dinner is always a good & cheapie in my house! Bacon & eggs, with roast/grilled tomato. Or french toast. Omelette etc. Also a novelty lol.

    Chicken caesar salad. 1-2 chicken breasts chopped up, bread cubed and fried, lettuce, cut up a red onion and I just use the caesar salad dressing from woolies but I am sure you could make one cheaper.

    Sausage dish. Sausages (I buy woolie cheapies), powered curried sausage pack (cant remember for the life of me what brand!), throw in a bag of frozen mixed veg, serve with mashed or rice.

    Mini quiches, or a quiche. I do ham bits, tomato, cheese normally but whatever is easiest. Serve with bread rolls and veg.

    I am sure I have more.. just cant think!

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    We always do breakfast dinner too I call it brinner lol!!


 

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