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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    That does sound good!! Do you have a recipe you'd be willing to share for that one?
    I do (well a rough recipe) but it's vegan - so maybe not appealing to all!

    Super easy though, just lightly steamed a head of broccoli, a zucchini and about 6 mushrooms. Made a white sauce (2 tbsp vegan margarine, 2 tbsp flour, prob 1.5 cups almond milk?) then added about half a cup of nutritional yeast. Chopped up the steamed veg and mixed them with half of the white sauce.

    Put a few ladles of Napoli sauce that I made earlier in a baking dish. Filled cannelloni shells with the veg/white sauce mix using a piping bag and laid them in the dish. Topped with the rest of the white sauce and then a couple more ladles of Napoli sauce. Baked for 40 mins at 200c. YUM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMama View Post
    I do (well a rough recipe) but it's vegan - so maybe not appealing to all!

    Super easy though, just lightly steamed a head of broccoli, a zucchini and about 6 mushrooms. Made a white sauce (2 tbsp vegan margarine, 2 tbsp flour, prob 1.5 cups almond milk?) then added about half a cup of nutritional yeast. Chopped up the steamed veg and mixed them with half of the white sauce.

    Put a few ladles of Napoli sauce that I made earlier in a baking dish. Filled cannelloni shells with the veg/white sauce mix using a piping bag and laid them in the dish. Topped with the rest of the white sauce and then a couple more ladles of Napoli sauce. Baked for 40 mins at 200c. YUM.
    Thank you so much. Will definitely give that a go!

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    We ordered Chinese. Thursdays always my lazy day

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    Tonight we are having beef stroganoff In the slow cooker, it's already smelling yum!

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    eggs on toast lol....food shopping day tomorrow!

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    We are having a middle eastern casserole - chicken with split peas - that I made earlier in the week. Out defrosting at the moment

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    Left overs! I'm doing beef and crab burgers on the BBQ plus ribs, wings and salads

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    We are having beef and red wine casserole in the slow cooker. It will be served with something green and sweet potato mash. Yum!

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    Southern style chicken strips on wraps and beef mince tacos


 

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