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    Sweet chilli salmon and 3 veg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Roasted macadamia nut crusted blue eye cod and 4 veg
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    This looks yummy. Do you have a recipe? I don't like fish so don't cook it but I want my kids to eat it. I need some easy recipes. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosey View Post
    This looks yummy. Do you have a recipe? I don't like fish so don't cook it but I want my kids to eat it. I need some easy recipes. Thanks
    I do a macadamia crusted barramundi that is really yummy. I baked it in the oven but you can pan fry as well.

    It's just raw macadamia nuts, breadcrumbs (I just blitz a piece of whole meal bread) and egg to coat the fillets before crumbing. Be careful not to over-process the nuts or it goes mushy. You can put herbs or whatever in the crumb mixture if you want. There's a recipe on Taste for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosey View Post
    This looks yummy. Do you have a recipe? I don't like fish so don't cook it but I want my kids to eat it. I need some easy recipes. Thanks
    My DH isn't a huge fish fan either but I make him eat it twice a week and this one is his fav!

    Macadamia nut crusted blue eye cod

    4 blue eye cod fillets - skinned and boned ( or any white fish fillet)
    1/2 cup macadamia nuts
    1/4 cup panko breadcrumbs
    1/4 cup butter ( about 75g) room temp
    Tea spoon Chia seeds
    Tablespoon Fresh parsley chopped (or dried)
    Sea Salt and black pepper
    Olive oil
    1/2.lemon


    Splash some olive oil and squeeze of lemon juice over the fish fillets, place on lined baking tray, pre heat oven to 190

    Put the nuts into a food processor until they resemble bread crumbs , take out and add panko, chia seeds, salt and pepper and parsley

    rub the butter into the nut /crumb mixture and place the mixture over the fish to form a crust on one side, bake in oven for 10-12 mins until fish is cooked (place under very hot grill for 60 seconds to brown up the crumb if not brown enough! )

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    Thanks girls! Anyone have a good healthy lentil recipe? Hope it's ok to ask here

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    What kind? Lentil soup, lentil patties, lentil rice, lentil curries etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosey View Post
    Thanks girls! Anyone have a good healthy lentil recipe? Hope it's ok to ask here
    Do you like dahl?

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    I made marinated lamb with yellow rice & peas. DD decided the lamb was "yuck" but she loved the rice & peas. We also had a salad with it which she ate.

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    I did the lamb on skewers but it was nicer having the lamb mixed in with the rice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Do you like dahl?
    Yep!

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    Yep!

    http://www.daringgourmet.com/2013/06...d-lentil-soup/

    That's my favourite dahl recipe. Kids love it too. I know it says soup but I still eat it over rice.
    I also use vegeta as the stock, it seems to make it more flavoursome as I've tried others and the dahl has come out a bit bland in flavour.

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