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    An old favourite tonight - meatballs with hidden veg in a broccoli & tomato sauce with pasta and steamed peas. We need a veggie boost, we've all got colds!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    An old favourite tonight - meatballs with hidden veg in a broccoli & tomato sauce with pasta and steamed peas. We need a veggie boost, we've all got colds!

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    That looks insanely yum! Would love the recipe plz!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oozzle View Post
    That looks insanely yum! Would love the recipe plz!!
    It's really simple! I vary it all the time but tonight it was:

    Meatballs:
    500g lean mince
    1 finely grated zucchini
    1 finely grated carrot
    1 egg
    1 slice of bread blitzed into breadcrumbs (I used wholemeal country grain because that's what I had)

    Sauce:
    Half a jar of pasata (those big 700g jars)
    A tin of 'no added salt' crushed tomatoes
    Crushed garlic
    Some herbs from the garden, whatever I have at the time like parsley oregano etc or just use some dried mixed herbs
    Whatever veg you want to add, cut up small - I used broccoli because I need to use it up

    That's all it is. Cook the meatballs until a bit more than half cooked then add the sauce and simmer until the sauce thickens a bit and meatballs are cooked through.

    Sometimes I serve with mashed potato rather than pasta. DD loves peas so I sometimes add them to the sauce as well, but tonight I served them on the side.

    Its a good wintery dinner and DD always demolishes it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    It's really simple! I vary it all the time but tonight it was:

    Meatballs:
    500g lean mince
    1 finely grated zucchini
    1 finely grated carrot
    1 egg
    1 slice of bread blitzed into breadcrumbs (I used wholemeal country grain because that's what I had)

    Sauce:
    Half a jar of pasata (those big 700g jars)
    A tin of 'no added salt' crushed tomatoes
    Crushed garlic
    Some herbs from the garden, whatever I have at the time like parsley oregano etc or just use some dried mixed herbs
    Whatever veg you want to add, cut up small - I used broccoli because I need to use it up

    That's all it is. Cook the meatballs until a bit more than half cooked then add the sauce and simmer until the sauce thickens a bit and meatballs are cooked through.

    Sometimes I serve with mashed potato rather than pasta. DD loves peas so I sometimes add them to the sauce as well, but tonight I served them on the side.

    Its a good wintery dinner and DD always demolishes it!
    Thanks so much The kids will love it! Nice and easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by oozzle View Post
    Thanks so much The kids will love it! Nice and easy
    No worries! It's a great meal for the freezer too.

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    This was what DS had last night... Only ate 2 pieces of the sausage but all the veg got eaten (potato & pumpkin with Parmesan cheese on top & steamed cauliflower & peas)

    Tonight is meatballs & pasta, I've got pumpkin, zucchini, mushroom, carrot grated up in the meatballs :-) DS loved them!

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    This is for my rugrats tonight. Sticky chicken, eggy rice and raw vegies - kind of deconstructed stirfry but they wolfed it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    This is for my rugrats tonight. Sticky chicken, eggy rice and raw vegies - kind of deconstructed stirfry but they wolfed it up.
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    Yum!

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    I made chicken & mushroom pot pies with homemade chips and steamed greens. DD ate the pastry, a little of the filling, all the chips ( of course!) and most of the greens.

    This is a pic of mine but hers was pretty much the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nameuser View Post
    these look amazing my kid would love them! can you tell me how you made these by any chance? please and thankyou
    Sorry I only just saw this.
    I got the recipe from taste website.
    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/7028/yorkshire+puddings
    It's basically just milk flour eggs and oil. I tried it without the oil/butter in the bottom but they didn't rise as much. I think the trick must be the hot oil or butter that makes them puff up.
    I put sausages in raw and they cooked together.


 

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