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    I did cous cous, roasted pumpkin, carrot, onion and zucchini and Moroccan seasoned chicken. The chicken and the veg were delicious, but the cous cous was a bitter disappointment. Having never really cooked it before, I thought it would be easy, but apparently you have to flavour it quite well (I cooked mine in chick stock and added some Moroccan seasoning to that too, and a knob of butter at the end as per directions) but it needed something else...

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    Homemade crunchy chicken, corn on the cob and salad.

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    Pumpkin, carrot & zucchini soup. Got home late and already had it made in the freezer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    I did cous cous, roasted pumpkin, carrot, onion and zucchini and Moroccan seasoned chicken. The chicken and the veg were delicious, but the cous cous was a bitter disappointment. Having never really cooked it before, I thought it would be easy, but apparently you have to flavour it quite well (I cooked mine in chick stock and added some Moroccan seasoning to that too, and a knob of butter at the end as per directions) but it needed something else...
    Raisins, dried apricots and pine nuts? (Moroccan cooking usually offsets spice with sweet and some texture). Sounds like it would have been pretty nice though

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    I made my mother's chicken stew in the slow cooker today. Feeling totally bummed as I was the only one that ate it. And it tasted wonderful. So annoyed at my fussy boys.

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    Roast lamb with roast carrots & potatoes

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    Chicken, cous cous, corn and baked pumpkin


 

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