We are having lemongrass chicken when I can get my bum off of this couch
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08-01-2012 16:01 #11
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08-01-2012 16:03 #12
Tuna Mornay here. Not from scratch..... I'm naughty mummy and buy the Continental recipe base lol. Simple, quick and the family loves it! Even DH who HATES tuna
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08-01-2012 16:03 #13
We are having Pad Thai (prawn).
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08-01-2012 16:04 #14
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08-01-2012 16:07 #15
Roast lamb and veges. Easy really, chop all veges (capsicum, celery, onion, garlic, carrot, zucchini) in base of pan, marinated roast lamb from woollies ontop, bung in oven and cook for an hour, peel potatoes and sweet potato and cook in separate pan, easy peasy.
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08-01-2012 16:08 #16
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08-01-2012 16:12 #17
1 large onion diced
1 small chilli finely chopped
2 tbsp olive oil
5 tsp curry powder
Pinch cayenne pepper
2 tbsp stock paste (or equal liquid stock using above water)
Handful baby spinach
400g rinsed red lentils
2 tins drained chickpeas
Plain yoghurt and coriander leaves for garnish
This is a thermy recipe but I'll convert it because your so nice
Fry off onion, chilli, curry powder and cayenne pepper in olive oil for 4 minutes over medium heat, add water/stock paste, lentils and chickpeas and cook for 16 min until lentils are tender, add in spinach towards end, serve with yoghurt and coriander. I'm making chippolatas (sp?) and salad to go with it
*you will need to watch the water level as thermy recipes usually call for less water than conventional ones.
I have never tried this but it is meant to be good as a quick meal, I'm considering putting diced potato and carrot into it as cooking it for a few more minutes.
Last edited by headoverfeet; 08-01-2012 at 16:31.
08-01-2012 16:26 #18
thanks everyone for the help decided on easy stirfry as already have heaps of veggies in fridge and it's easy as today's so hot haha and can't be bothered cooking for hours
however have written down your suggestions for next time I'm stuck!!
08-01-2012 16:28 #19
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