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    Beef chow mein.

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    Porcupine meatballs. Basically make meatballs, brown in frypan then bake in the oven covered in a 'sauce' of tinned tomato soup. Serve with mash.

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    Meatballs with haloumi in the centre

    I love turkey mince for meatloaf, and make chicken mince bolognese for a change sometimes,

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    Just thought i would share this recipe as it hasnt been mentioned and probably something quite different for most. It's a Vietnamese noodle soup called bun rieu.

    This is my simplified version:

    Mix together :
    300g pork mince
    5 eggs
    2 spring onions chopped
    1tbsp fish sauce
    1 tsp shrimp paste

    Boil some chicken stock, add mix above in to cook for about 10 min.
    Add 4 tomatoes chopped in quarters
    Add fried tofu
    Keep boiling until mince mixture cooked through

    Season further with fish sauce and bit of sugar to taste.

    Serve with cooked rice noodles, finely shredded cabbage and fresh herbs eg. Mint, coriander.

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    This sounds awesome! Do you mean make meatballs or just throw all in to the soup??

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    While I was trawling my celebrity gossip I came across this recipe for meatballs that was really yummy. DD who was 9 mths old at the time loved it.
    http://greatideas.people.com/2014/01...tballs-recipe/

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    Enchilada Pasta, one pan and it's so yummy!

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    With chicken mince I make a mean thai chicken larb. I also do chicken mince lasagna, chicken mince tacos and chicken mince shepherd's pie. I make kangaroo mince pies topped with mushy peas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HopefulK View Post
    This sounds awesome! Do you mean make meatballs or just throw all in to the soup??
    No need to make balls. Just tip it straight into boiling stock then as it cooks and firms up you can break it into chunks with a spoon. I have added a pic I found on the net to give you an idea of what it looks like. I also like to finely grate carrot and zucchini to mix in with the mince for added veg but it's not traditional.
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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    Enchilada Pasta, one pan and it's so yummy!
    How do you make this one? Sounds yummy

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