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    Kangaroo salad

    Cook kangaroo pieces in a pan - buy the kebab type ones & remove the stick before cooking so they are pre-cut

    Place in bowl with mixed salad leaves

    Add fetta, olives, tomato, whatever you've got

    Add splash of balsamic vinegar

    Serve

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    easiest - grab a 2.3kg lasagne from Aldi (for $9.99, or perhaps $10.99). Also a tin of soup (Potato and leek or pumpkin or similar flavour) and a packet of frozen veges.

    Put lazagne in the oven for two hours (90 mins is okay).
    Put soup and veges in micro-safe bowl and microwave for 4x 3 mins, stirring inbetween.

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    quickest - buy a frozen pizza ($3), a packet of sliced mushrooms, two or three tomatoes, and a block of cheese.

    pre-heat oven.
    place mushrooms on pizza
    thinly slice cheese and cover surface of pizza with cheese.
    put in over for 10-15 mins
    whilst it is cooking, slice tomatoes.
    take out, arrange sliced tomatoes on top of pizza,and serve.

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    Our quick go to meals if we don't have left overs would be BBQ chook and salad or hokkien noodles or brown rice/pearl barley mix with chicken stir fry with frozen stir fry veg mix with satay sauce. Or a salad with grilled chicken/bacon, cashews and lots of salad veg/fruits. Soup is also a good one and cooks itself while you can get the kids through the bath.

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    Ham/bacon, corn and zucchini fritters

    If you have time, fry off some bacon and dice. If not, use ham

    Whisk 4 eggs lightly

    Add bacon/ham, veggies (diced/grated), teaspoon minced garlic, 2 tablespoons of oil, then enough plain flour and milk to make a batter. Season to taste.

    Cook in frypan. I make them about the size of pikelets. Delicious and so quick and easy.

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    chicken pesto pasta

    cook pasta, while it's cooking pan fry some chopped chicken thighs/breast (or just buy a roast chook/use leftover roast chook), add a punnet of cherry tomatoes and a jar of sacla pesto.

    Add pasta.

    Takes as long as pasta takes to cook.

    Chicken and mushroom sauce (cheat version - real version is yummier)

    Pan fry chopped chicken, add a tin of cream of mushroom soup and some chicken stock, heat through, serve with rice and veges. Takes as long as rice takes to cook.

    Omelettes, tacos and Latina fresh pasta are our other quick fixes, but usually I chuck something in the slow cooker in the morning so we only have to spoon into bowls when we get home!

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    Baked potato topped with tuna, mayo and canned corn.

    Easy, cheap, filling and nommy!

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    Prawns, bacon, spinach and mushroom pasta with garlic butter sauce.

    Seriously - diced bacon, prawns, butter and garlic in a pan. Add spinach and mushroom. Add cooked pasta. Mix. Done.

    Or things like sausages and salad, hot dogs, steamed fish with steamed veg (all microwave things... lol).

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