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    hubbies 50th party tonight so going to try a pulled pork. never done it before!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SammiJane View Post
    hubbies 50th party tonight so going to try a pulled pork. never done it before!!
    Super dooper easy. It's one of my go to recipes when I cbf!

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    A big batch of vegetable bolognaise bound for the freezer for easy dinners.

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    Got a beef and red wine casserole brewing in the slow cooker...can't wait for dinner.

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    Beef stroganoff today. Trying a new recipe, hope it's a good one. House smells good so it could be!

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    Default What's in your slow cooker?

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    Was for school tuck shop. It's my favourite Mac n cheese recipe.

    1L milk.
    1 pack Philly cheese
    1 pack pasta (uncooked).
    1 pack grated cheese
    Chuck it all in. On low for 2.5 hours. Stir whenever.

    Soooo easy.

    I just chuck other stuff in that I have around. Today was mushroom, ham and tomato. It's so yummy.

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    ^^^ looks a little like the creamy garlic philli chicken with pasta we had last night. Might give your one a go one day. Super easy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    ^^^ looks a little like the creamy garlic philli chicken with pasta we had last night. Might give your one a go one day. Super easy!
    The base recipe is just the best. It doesn't even need measuring as it's all packet amounts. And you can chuck anything in. Chicken + capsicum is good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    ^^^ looks a little like the creamy garlic philli chicken with pasta we had last night. Might give your one a go one day. Super easy!
    The base recipe is just the best. It doesn't even need measuring as it's all packet amounts. And you can chuck anything in. Chicken + capsicum is good too.

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    This is the same one I mentioned above. I used the "base recipe" and added some chicken and bacon that I fried up as well as diced capsicum and mushroom. It turned out a bit gluggier than usual by tastes the same. (I think it's because I used mozzarella instead of tasty cheese).


 

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