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    Holy yumness!!!

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    Beef stroganoff, brown rice & steamed veg
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    Hey guys. I cooked up some zucchini, capsicum, cabbage, broccoli, carrots, black carrots, bean shoots and fried shallots in a bit of oil. Then added ginger, chili, soy sauce, garlic and a tinny bit of honey. I cooked some vermicelli noodles then threw then in the wok.

    I brought my wrappers but I do have a recipe if you want it thermo, I'll check the ingredients in the brought one.

    Then I wrapped then and used water to seal them. Popped them in the oven on 220 till golden.

    Sorry I couldn't give quantities, I didn't follow a recipe. I think next time I will pass on the noddles because it took too much flavor away from the veggies which were so delicious! I just kept tasting and added spices as needed. I made mine nice and spicy.

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    Thanks waterlilly that would be awesome when u have the chance
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    Looks delish!

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    Enchiladas how I love thee

    No dinner for me tonight - that coffee and citrus tart filled me up this arvo.... may have some popcorn at the cinema tonight

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    Wrappers. Great from samosas too.

    1 cup all-purpose flour
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    3/4 cup water*
    cooking spray, as needed
    Preparation:

    In a large bowl, stir the salt into the flour. Slowly add water into the flour to form a thick batter (you may not need all the water)
    Cover and let rest for 1 hour.
    Spray a pan with cooking spray and heat on medium low heat.
    Turn the heat down to low and add a heaping tablespoon of the batter to the middle of the pan. Quickly spread the batter out evenly to form a circle 5 - 6 inches in diameter. Continue smoothing out the batter as the skin cooks.
    Cook the skin briefly, until it is cooked on the bottom and the edges curl slightly. Take care not to overcook. Remove carefully and refrigerate or freeze until ready to use as called for in the recipe.

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    OMG I shouldn't have looked at all this yummy food so late at night, now I have cravings for just about everything on here lol


 

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