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    Ohhhhh I like this thread!! I am going to join and see how I go.

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    I need suggestions for cooking fresh fish fillets. Dp bought a heap back from a fishing weekend and I have never cooked fresh fish before

    ♥ him + me = ds 17/9/13 ♥

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    I like wrapping it in alfoil and baking it in the oven season with salt & spices and whatever tastes you like. I've done them with lemon and capsicum.

    Also my DS1 loves helping make fish fingers. Cut them into strips, dip in flour, egg and then bread crumbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    I like wrapping it in alfoil and baking it in the oven season with salt & spices and whatever tastes you like. I've done them with lemon and capsicum.

    Also my DS1 loves helping make fish fingers. Cut them into strips, dip in flour, egg and then bread crumbs.
    I wrap mine in foil too. The kids love it with some herbs and a few slices of lemon on it.

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    After spending way too much on our holiday we are living off the pantry this fortnight. It is well stocked but the freezer is low so we will see how we go.

    So far we planned
    Pasta
    Pasta bake
    Mini hot dogs
    Wraps of some sort
    Rissoles
    Snags and chips
    Snag casserole
    Stew
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    Egg and bacon pie
    Stuffed potato
    Something and potato bake.


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    chocolate rope

    Whatever fruit is cheap. I need 8 piece a day so I will be buying them.
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    Anewme - you've just reminded me to make vegemite and cheese scrolls.

    I'm doing a little cook up today for the busy week ahead so we can just grab things from the freezer for lunches and dinners. I'm also making the boys some almond, honey and oat biscuits to use up some almonds I've had in the cupboard for some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    After spending way too much on our holiday we are living off the pantry this fortnight. It is well stocked but the freezer is low so we will see how we go.

    So far we planned
    Pasta
    Pasta bake
    Mini hot dogs
    Wraps of some sort
    Rissoles
    Snags and chips
    Snag casserole
    Stew
    Soup
    Egg and bacon pie
    Stuffed potato
    Something and potato bake.


    Snacks
    100 cookies recipe
    Pizza scrolls
    Cinnamon scrolls
    Pinwheels
    chocolate rope

    Whatever fruit is cheap. I need 8 piece a day so I will be buying them.
    Coles has seedless watermelon for 77 cents until Wednesday I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Coles has seedless watermelon for 77 cents until Wednesday I think.
    Thanks. I think they have cheap apple peaches and grapes too. Well I hope they do.

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    We are going well so far. Although dp did splurge on sunday night with chinese but it did us for monday dinner too. Last night was ravioli with left overs tonight. Tomorrow we will have kebabs, rice and veg. Friday I may cook up some fresh fish and chips.

    I have to take a plate for mothers group tomorrow. I have a packet slice mix in the pantry ages ago on special so will take that and dp will get a treat too.

    ♥ him + me = ds 17/9/13 ♥

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    Question can I use fresh bread to make my own breadcrumbs? Should I toast it a little so it isnt so soft?

    ♥ him + me = ds 17/9/13 ♥


 

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