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    Quote Originally Posted by Milz00 View Post
    home made Italian croquettes

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    Ohh yum. Do you have a recipe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    Ohh yum. Do you have a recipe?
    sure: this is my recipe ( handed down by family)


    1 cup of long grain rice
    2 large potato
    1-2 eggs
    handful of Parmesan cheese
    handful of shredded tasty cheese
    handful of chopped fresh parsley
    salt / pepper
    breadcrumbs
    extra eggs for egg wash

    cook the rice as normal preferably a day before or at least 5 hours before. the rice must be cold.
    boil potatoes and then mash. also this must be cold so do same time as rice.
    once cooked allow to cool in fridge.

    mix all ingredients besides breadcrumbs until well combined. then shape into logs using your hands. ensure hands are wet.
    dip in egg wash then breadcrumbs and deep fry ( u can shallow fry but deep is better)

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    Oh recipe please!!! I have always wanted to make and try these

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    I'd love to know what you stuff in them too. I have a severe abundance of capsicums in the veggie garden at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    And here's the finished product. Attachment 75215
    My 4yo loves this meal, she eats 3 full tacos! The filling is literally just meat, veggies, cumin, and paprika so I think it's pretty healthy. The salad is cucumber, corn, tomato.
    Yum!
    What's the ratio of meat:veg and how much paprika and cumin? I'd either go massively over or under. A "domestic goddess" I am not! :-)

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    Default Show me your food - new thread :)

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    Ingredients: mince meat
    Onion
    Chorizo
    Rice
    Canned tomato
    Salt/pepper

    Method:

    Boil rice until cooked.

    chop chorizo and onion ( brown onion is better) into small cubes and fry in pan until onion translucent and chorizo cooked then add mince meat and cook until brown then add canned tomato and salt and pepper. (You may add any other ingredients like carrots, peas)
    Once rice is cooked add to mince meat mixture until all combined.
    Fill the capsicums with the mixture.
    Cook in oven 180 for about 45-1hour.
    Last edited by Milz00; 13-12-2015 at 12:11.

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    Brunch- green scrambled eggs (spinach, 20g of cheese, avo and onion) with some yummy snacking tomatoes on the side.
    Followed up with a juicy mango.
    Delicious and nutritious

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    I was stuck on what I was going to make for dinner tonight until I ventured my way to this thread... Tacos it is! 😀😀


 

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