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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    I always do a Donna Hay number when I cant be bothered slicing dicing and frying. I think its called chicken with honey and haloumi.
    Basically it is chicken breast and chunks of haloumi topped with lemon juice, lemon zest, thyme, honey and just baked in oven for half hour. Its so easy fast and only gives me one dish to wash oh and its served with rocket and fresh figs.
    Yeah that's the one I mentioned. My workmate was telling me about it and it sounds great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majestic Hiss View Post
    Yeah that's the one I mentioned. My workmate was telling me about it and it sounds great.
    Sorry Majestic How blind am I yes you did mention it.... It's a good one

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    Donna Hay has heaps of great 'chuck everything in one tray the oven' dishes. I think she has one with chicken, olive, red capsicum, lemon, herbs and potatoes too.

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    A lot of my 'easy meals' have been mentioned already, but here they are anyway:

    - Packet ravioli & sauce from cold section of the supermarket.
    - BBQ chicken with store bought coleslaw and bread (literally means no cooking )
    - Donna Hay quick pasta recipe (grated zucchini, chilli & bacon).
    - Eggs on toast
    - Ham sandwiches
    - Nachos
    - Pizza (pita bread as base)
    - Tuna pasta bake (Leggos jar, stir through penne and top with cheese then bake)
    - 'Picky dinner' (involves cheese/crackers/olives/bread etc)
    - Loaded potatoes
    - Omelette or frittata

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    Take-away options are really crummy for me, unless I do a 60km round trip. I always have home made soup, bolognaise sauce and easy things in the freezer. If I can't be bothered even doing those, eggs and toast or beans and toast are my lazy meals.

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    We do the continental honey mustard chicken on a bed of changs noodles...as a matter of fact we has it last night lol

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    Two skinless sausages wrapped in half a sheet of puff pastry, into the oven makes wickedly easy sausage rolls . Guess what we're eating for lunch?

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    I make a lentil salad when I am being really lazy. Just rinse a tin of brown lentils, stir in a small tin of tuna, a cooked bag of steam fresh veggies and some salad dressing. It is actually really nice, filling, cheap and easy. also nice to add some feta if I have some too.

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    tuna salad - tomato, cucumber, avocado, tuna, oil and salt

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    I have a freezer full of leftovers in single serve containets, otherwise we have what I call a "platter" which is a selection of cheese, rice crackers, and raw veges like capsicum, peas, beans, carrot, cucumber, celery, etc.which is more filling than it sounds. This week I have had salad rolls every night.


 

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