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    If you're feeling lazy/short on time or cash the dolmio tomato pasta bakes are great ($3) plus some pasta (70c) and if you want frozen peas/carrots/corn ($3 If you don't have them on hand). Being that the last 2 are staples I usually make this when we are poor and pay just 3 dollars for the sauce.


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    Is it just me or is quality of mince damn ****tttte these days ? Everything I make with mince is fatty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefie View Post
    Is it just me or is quality of mince damn ****tttte these days ? Everything I make with mince is fatty!
    I think it depends on quality and maybe where you buy your mince. My wife hates it when I buy Aldi mince. She reckons it is not good for rissoles. I use it for spag bog. I think Pork Veal? from Woolies / Safeway is tasty.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefie View Post
    Is it just me or is quality of mince damn ****tttte these days ? Everything I make with mince is fatty!
    Agree 100% have tried from all stores, butchers, beef,pork, veal all are just poo!

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    We do mince alot too but with French onion soup broth and various veg. Another easy one is curried sausages. Keens curry powder chicken stock (i use cubes as its cheaper then liquid stock) sausges, onion ,veg of choice (i do broccoli cauliflower carrot peas corn) and if needed flour to thicken. Cost $20 but feeds two adults 2 kids and freezes 6 extra portions for another time i don't feel like cooling from scratch lol. Healthy....hmmm maybe not but tasty, filling and cooks an awesome amount

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    To make it go further you can also do some rice with it

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    My family love tuna pasta

    Tin of tuna 425g $3-$4
    Jar of salad cream $2.50
    Penne or spiral pasta $1

    Cook pasta then add drained tuna then stir in salad cream

    Not the healthiest but not too bad you can add corn kernels as well for something different

    We get 2 adult serves 2 kids and enough for dd1&dd2 to have some for lunch the next day

    I hate it though

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