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    Default What's for dinner tonight?

    I ended up having Moroccan lemon chicken with rice and pan fried polenta. Was delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    I'll do it for you in the morning when I'm on a pc as typing it out on my phone would take forever. I have a recipe for my thermochef but you could just use a food processor to chop it all. Ok I've made a note to do this in the morning for you
    Oh awesome ... Thanks a bunch

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    Lamb sausages and steamed vegies tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Oh awesome ... Thanks a bunch
    Ok here we go

    Ingredients
    500 grams premium beef or pork mince
    1/2 onion
    2 cloves garlic
    1 carrot
    1/2 small zucchini
    1/2-1 red capsicum (depending on size)
    100 grams pumpkin
    1-2 tbsp tomato paste
    1 tbsp vegetable stock concentrate
    100 grams breadcrumbs
    3 sheets puff pastry
    1 egg

    1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees celcius.
    2. As per packet instructions, prepare pastry sheets ready for use.
    3. Place onion and garlic in food processor and chop.
    4. Add remaining veggies and chop for a further 10-20 seconds until you get a very fine chop - almost a 'raw puree'.
    5. Pour mixture into a fine sieve and press gently to extract most of the liquid. Place back in food processor and add mince, egg, tomato paste and stock concentrate and breadcrumbs. Pulse on turbo (using a spatula to help if necessary) until all combined.
    6. Cut the puff pastry sheet in half and spoon mixture out into a line across the top length of a pastry sheet. Roll the sheet over the mixture and relatively tightly to hold the filling in place. Seal with a bit of water or eggwash. Cut into 4-5 equal portions.
    7. Repeat with remaining mixture and pastry sheets.
    8. Place rolls on baking tray lined with baking paper. Brush with eggwash, melted butter or milk.
    9. Cook for 20-25 minutes (depending on whether you cut them into pieces or not) or until pastry is golden brown.

    Tip

    These are so tasty the kids wont know how full of veggies they really are!
    Young toddlers will find them easy to eat due to their fine/smooth consistency (for really young toddlers you may want to cut them up extra fine so they can chew the pastry in smaller pieces).
    Add whatever veggies you have in your fridge. These are just what I had on hand but cauliflower, spinach leaves, mushrooms, corn etc would work just as well.
    Great for lunches and dinner.
    Suitable to freeze as long as the meat (and pastry) has not been frozen previously.

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    Bolognaise rice bake

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    Default What's for dinner tonight?

    Rump steak with grilled onion, sweet potato chips and salad.

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    Grilled salmon fillets with lemon caper butter and cauliflower purée.

    Might put a little asparagus and haloumi salad on the side too

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    I've put a minestrone soup in the slow cooker for tonight.

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    I've been saying I'm having pizza for a week now but tonight I finally am!!

    Chargrilled veg pizza on pitta bread. I'm being super naughty and having chocolate self saucing pudding for desert

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    Beef stroganoff


 

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