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    Low fat lasagne and salad Yum!

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    Chicken and veg pies with roast potato, steamed corn and peas

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    Italian beef stew - good old peasant food!

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    Bbq chicken and roast vegetables.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Italian beef stew - good old peasant food!
    Would you mind sharing a recipe? Sounds yummo!

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    Full fat lasagne and salad

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Would you mind sharing a recipe? Sounds yummo!
    It's very simple and quite a vague "recipe". I just learned by watching my Nonna make it so just tweak it to your liking.

    500g - 1kg of stewing steak, diced in to largish chunks
    750g of green beans (you could sub other vegies but this is just what we've always used)
    1 brown onion diced
    2-3 cloves of garlic crushed
    Chilli to taste - or you can leave it out
    Handful of continental parsley roughly chopped.
    1 tin of good quality tinned whole tomatoes or 500g of roughly chopped fresh tomatoes

    Put a good glug of olive oil into a heavy based pot and chuck in onion, garlic, chilli, parsley and beef and stir. Season generously, put on lid and lower heat to just under medium and leave simmer for half an hour, stirring once or twice.

    Add beans and tomatoes and replace lid. Turn heat to low and cook for a couple or hours or place in a slow oven for 3-4 hours.

    To finish, remove lid and turn up the heat and allow sauce to reduce and thicken, do a final seasoning of salt, pepper and a bit of sugar and serve in bowls with crusty bread to mop up all the sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    It's very simple and quite a vague "recipe". I just learned by watching my Nonna make it so just tweak it to your liking.

    500g - 1kg of stewing steak, diced in to largish chunks
    750g of green beans (you could sub other vegies but this is just what we've always used)
    1 brown onion diced
    2-3 cloves of garlic crushed
    Chilli to taste - or you can leave it out
    Handful of continental parsley roughly chopped.
    1 tin of good quality tinned whole tomatoes or 500g of roughly chopped fresh tomatoes

    Put a good glug of olive oil into a heavy based pot and chuck in onion, garlic, chilli, parsley and beef and stir. Season generously, put on lid and lower heat to just under medium and leave simmer for half an hour, stirring once or twice.

    Add beans and tomatoes and replace lid. Turn heat to low and cook for a couple or hours or place in a slow oven for 3-4 hours.

    To finish, remove lid and turn up the heat and allow sauce to reduce and thicken, do a final seasoning of salt, pepper and a bit of sugar and serve in bowls with crusty bread to mop up all the sauce.
    Yum, thanks!

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    Grilled chicken breast with pesto sauce, brown rice and broccoli, yum yum!

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    Homemade pizza. Yummo


 

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