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    Default What are your favourite family meals?

    So I am stuck in a food rut and in desperate need of cooking inspiration! Especially as being crazy busy at uni all year made cooking dinners quick and boring. So what are your favourite family meals? 😊

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    Im a very basic cook so not too inspiring but we like..
    Tacos
    Homemade pizza
    Beef strog
    San Choy Bow
    Satay chicken
    Apricot chicken
    Chicken and Broccoli bake
    Spag Bol
    Jacket potatoes with all sorts of fillings
    Bbq anything with a salad
    Baked dinners
    Meatloaf topped with mashed sweet potato
    Salad plates on hot nights with all sorts of cold meats and salads
    Vegie frittata
    Bacon and egg pie or breakfast for dinner
    Tuna pasta bake
    Salmon patties
    Kofta, tabouli, dips and pita bread
    Silverside in the slow cooker
    Chicken or Veal schnitzel
    Chicken or Veal parmagiana
    Porcupine meatballs
    Homemade fish and chips
    Risottos/fried rice

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    Default What are your favourite family meals?

    Tacos - beef & bean or chicken
    Spinach & ricotta cannelloni
    Chicken nachos
    Thai green or red curry
    Indian curries
    Oporto style chicken burgers
    Lamb obsession
    Beef roast with gravy, peas & potatoes
    Gnocchi bake
    Homemade pizza (Greek yogurt dough)
    Kung Pao chicken with noodles
    Lasagne
    Chilli con carne

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    Home made pitta pizzas, baked salmon, pasta bake, mint yoghurt lamb wraps. That's about my limit, I despise cooking!

    DH does pork roasts, red curry, Rogan josh, slow cooked pork in cider, burritos.

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    Sooo many to say....
    Home made food is always yummy

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    I like to make simple curries. Make the sauce, pour it over cubed beef or lamb in the slow cooker and let it go all day on low. Serve it with cauliflower "rice".

    Simple protein & three vegie dishes like salmon, white fish, chicken, beef or lamb chop with a couple of sides (potato salad, green salad, raw veg sticks, stir fry veg etc). I add lots of herbs and seasonings to keep it fresh and tasty.

    Lots of roasts and soups when it is cool enough to have the oven going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BornToBe View Post
    I like to make simple curries. Make the sauce, pour it over cubed beef or lamb in the slow cooker and let it go all day on low. Serve it with cauliflower "rice".

    Simple protein & three vegie dishes like salmon, white fish, chicken, beef or lamb chop with a couple of sides (potato salad, green salad, raw veg sticks, stir fry veg etc). I add lots of herbs and seasonings to keep it fresh and tasty.

    Lots of roasts and soups when it is cool enough to have the oven going.
    What do you put in your curry sauces?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    What do you put in your curry sauces?
    One I really like lately is actually a Pete Evans one. Here's the recipe (it's for "Butter Chicken", but I use the same sauce for beef and lamb and it turns out really nicely).

    Fry 1 diced onion in 4 tablespoons of coconut oil over medium heat for three minutes. Then add 4 crushed garlic cloves, 2 tsps garam masala, 1 tsp cardamom, 1 tsp ground coriander, 1 tsp ground cumin, 1 tsp ground ginger, 1/2 tsp paprika and 1 tsp turmeric. Add 3 tbsps tomato paste, cook off for a minute, then add 1 tsp sea salt (I find this too much for me - prefer 1/2) 2 tbsps lemon juice or vinegar, 1 x 400 ml can coconut cream (milk works just as well).
    After this is at a simmer, I pour it over the meat chunks in the slow cooker, pop it on low for about 4 hours. Really tasty, and worth all the fiddly spices.

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    Hash brown frittata
    Garlic prawn pasta
    Chilli con carne
    Curries in general
    Chops and salad
    Soups
    Stirfries
    Lasagna
    Bolognese
    Risotto
    Fried rice
    Lentil curry
    Pizza
    Roast and veg

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    Quote Originally Posted by BornToBe View Post
    One I really like lately is actually a Pete Evans one. Here's the recipe (it's for "Butter Chicken", but I use the same sauce for beef and lamb and it turns out really nicely).

    Fry 1 diced onion in 4 tablespoons of coconut oil over medium heat for three minutes. Then add 4 crushed garlic cloves, 2 tsps garam masala, 1 tsp cardamom, 1 tsp ground coriander, 1 tsp ground cumin, 1 tsp ground ginger, 1/2 tsp paprika and 1 tsp turmeric. Add 3 tbsps tomato paste, cook off for a minute, then add 1 tsp sea salt (I find this too much for me - prefer 1/2) 2 tbsps lemon juice or vinegar, 1 x 400 ml can coconut cream (milk works just as well).
    After this is at a simmer, I pour it over the meat chunks in the slow cooker, pop it on low for about 4 hours. Really tasty, and worth all the fiddly spices.
    I have this in the slow cooker now over a leg of lamb. Smells sooooo good!


 

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