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    Default Cooking help please :)

    I have heaps of veg in the fridge that I want to use up tonight and was thinking about doing a type of vegetable bake. Anyone have any recipes they would like to share please?

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    Default Cooking help please :)

    Chop up all the vegies, make a cheese sauce to pour over the top and then bake :-)

    You can add whatever you like to the sauce - honey, mustard, curry, garlic, bacon. Anything really.

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    Haha I feel dumb after reading your post, don't know why I didn't just think of that.

    Thanks, will do just that

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    Default Cooking help please :)

    Don't feel dumb lol. Sometimes the best meals are the ones you can't repeat cos you just threw in what you thought would taste good lol.

    My DP giggles cos I don't measure anything or time anything in the oven, I just go by taste and if its cooked, it's cooked lol.

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    you can make a veg pasta bake. cook pasta and veg. once cooked put n oven safe tray mix in some tomato pasta sauce (like spag bol sauce) either mix in some chees or cover top with cheese. put in oven till chese is nice and melted or golden brown on top. dnt feel silly.

    if you have eggs you can make veg fritatas. veg soup with noodles. veg stir fry with noodles. lots of combos you can do. veg are so versatile

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    My vegie slice recipe is

    3 cups vegies ( I grate or chop small)
    1 cup grated cheese
    1/2 cup SR flour
    3/4 cup milk
    4 eggs

    Chuck it all in a bowl and mix well.

    Put into a oiled dish (casserole dish or pie dish or pyrex dish haha i use whatever is clean) and bake for about 40 minutes on 180. I usually add bacon chopped up if i have some and some garlic. My kids actually eat this so it must be alright haha

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    Default Cooking help please :)

    Stir fry! Cut them all up and throw them in a wok with peanut or coconut oil, ginger, garlic, veggie stock, hoi sin sauce and a dash of tamari or soy serve with some steamed rice or quinoa, healthy and quick!


 

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