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    I make up little meatballs with Italian herbs, breadcrumbs and tomato paste, bake in the oven with a punnet of cherry tomatoes (truss ones are really scrummy!), then toss spaghetti with a jar of pesto and serve with meatballs, tomatoes and Parmesan.

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    Moussaka.
    Kofta - basically lamb meatballs/meatloaf flavoured with onion, garlic, mint, chilli, paprika, cumin, coriander.
    Oh, and I've never tried it but the porcupine meatballs sound interesting.
    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/1605...pine+meatballs

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    - Stuffed Cabbage rolls
    - stuffed capsicums
    - meatballs in slow cooker
    - pies, sausage rolls, pasties
    - San Choy bow
    - chow Mein
    - tacos, burritos, chili con Carne
    - stuffed baked potatoes
    - meatloaf
    - beef or lamb kofta
    - hamburgers
    - pasta bakes


    These are some of my regular meals out of mince, and of course lasagna, spaghetti Bol etc.

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    Oh, and I've never tried it but the porcupine meatballs sound interesting.
    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/1605...pine+meatballs[/QUOTE]

    Theyre sooo yummy! A tip thougj...cook in tomato soup and use aborio rice

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    My favourite is brown sugar meatloaf. It has the yummiest sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs E View Post
    My favourite is brown sugar meatloaf. It has the yummiest sauce.
    Ooh... Recipe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteTulips View Post
    Oh, and I've never tried it but the porcupine meatballs sound interesting.
    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/1605...pine+meatballs
    Theyre sooo yummy! A tip thougj...cook in tomato soup and use aborio rice

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    I've made these, they are delicious

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    Stuffed tomatoes- Cut the tops off tomatoes and scoop the insides out..Discard the seeds and chop the flesh. I used lamb mince, mixed it with some ground coriander and ground cumin, crushed garlic and salt and pepper..Fried a chopped onion till tender then added the lamb mix and tomato flesh and fried it..Once cooked I added a cup of cooked rice to it and mixed it together and then filled the empty tomatoes with the mix..cooked in oven for 20 mins..Delish

    I also make a Toad in the Hole with mince (DP and I dont like sausages) - Pork mince, add crushed garlic, fresh thyme, salt and pepper and roll into balls. Fry them off in an ovenproof dish till browned and then pour over your yorkshire pudding batter and chuck her in an oven for 40 mins at 220 degrees..Amazing!


 

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