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    Love Brussels sprouts with some diced and pan fried bacon or chorizo. Roasted veges- we roast everything including broccoli and cauliflower gives it a different taste to just steamed. Zucchini and holumi cheese fritters. Roasted honey carrots. Vege lasagna- slice various veges thinly and grill then assemble like you would a normal lasagna with passata and a bechamel if you like

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    Sliced leek, peas and diced bacon stir-fried together tastes really yummy.

    Diced tomato, red onion, corn kernals (I just get a tin and drain in), fresh coriander, bit of olive oil, juice of one (or half, depending on the amount you're serving) lime and some s&p. Mixed all together = delicious and zesty.

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    We do lots of legumes as side dishes - chickpea salad with feta, chilli & lemon is delish. I often chuck a can of 4 bean mix with roughly chopped celery, tomato, cucumber, maybe some capsicum & pasta, capers maybe a boiled egg, whisk up a quick lemony dressing - yum. DS1 (4) loves this. Chuck in a tin of tuna & it becomes a complete meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    Sliced leek, peas and diced bacon stir-fried together tastes really yummy.

    Diced tomato, red onion, corn kernals (I just get a tin and drain in), fresh coriander, bit of olive oil, juice of one (or half, depending on the amount you're serving) lime and some s&p. Mixed all together = delicious and zesty.
    They both sound delicious!

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    Maple mustard Brussel sprouts- the only way I will eat these little pop offs.

    3 teaspoon Dijon mustard, 1 tablespoon olive oil and small tablespoon maple syrup - I think these are the correct quantities. These is from memory.

    Mix in a dish with some Brussels sprouts cut in half, season. Bake in moderate until cooked 15 mins or so.

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    Subbing these sides sound yummy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Zucchini fries - cut zucchini ( skin on) into chip size shapes and crumb ( I use rice crumbs but bread crumbs are fine) you can keep them in the fridge and when ready place on a oven tray lined with baking paper and spritz with olive oil and bake for 20 mins

    Veggie and potato frittata
    Pan fry cubed potatoes in olive oil , when nearly cooked add baby spinach or any grated veggie or peas , add 4 beaten eggs and place into the oven and cook until set ( about 10 mins) you can cook it in the afternoon and serve at room temp or reheat

    Noodles - sometimes I just boil spaghetti and add some pesto as a side dish ( basil, parm cheese , pine nuts and oil)

    Pea and corn fritters or any veggies just grate and add self raising flour , egg, herbs and garlic and shallow fry

    Stir fry veggies - cut up veggies beforehand and just stir fry with garlic, ginger and any sauce you choose

    Baked asparagus - blanche asparagus in boiling water then drain and put in oven proof dish , add salt, pepper, olive oil and grate over parmesan cheese - bake in oven until brown about 10 mins
    What temp for the zucchini chips? 200?
    Thanks :-)

    Oh and do you do:
    - flour
    - egg
    - breadcrumbs?

    Also do you drizzle with olive oil?
    Turn half way?
    Last edited by 2BlueBirds; 11-08-2013 at 11:18.

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    Great idea for a thread 2bluebirds! Loving the ideas.

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