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    Oh, sorry!! It would have taken so long to type them out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Livvey View Post
    Oh, sorry!! It would have taken so long to type them out!
    The pic suits me better. I can save it on my phone easier

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    Prepared the beef goulash recipe ahead of time. Smells good so far. Can't wait to finish it off and try some.

    ETA: yum. I added finely sliced dry chilli as a garnish. Oh my it was yummy. I burnt it on the bottom but it didn't change the flavour. Definitely have again.

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    I made beef enchiladas for dinner. I cooked the beef in the pressure cooker with a bit of stock, and it was fall apart tender!

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    I did an awesome one tonight.

    Simple Beef curry

    A large onion
    Diced beef about 1 kg or whatever
    A couple potatoes diced
    A few carrots diced
    A couple celery sticks diced
    2 heaped tbsp tomato paste
    2-3 heaped tbsp curry powder
    Enough water to cover it all.

    Brown everything off, add water. Cook about 20 minutes. serve with rice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    I did an awesome one tonight.

    Simple Beef curry

    A large onion
    Diced beef about 1 kg or whatever
    A couple potatoes diced
    A few carrots diced
    A couple celery sticks diced
    2 heaped tbsp tomato paste
    2-3 heaped tbsp curry powder
    Enough water to cover it all.

    Brown everything off, add water. Cook about 20 minutes. serve with rice.
    That sounds so easy, and delicious!

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