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    Had home made cottage pie.

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    Hot chips swimming in vinegar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueLips View Post
    It's delicious and really easy!
    Recipe please?

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    I had guests and made pepper/herb crusted veal steaks, (pan fried, 5cm thick portions and melt in your mouth!) garlic roasted pumpkin, potato and onion with a side of cauliflour and fresh corn on the cob. Was yummy!

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    Bag of button mushrooms
    2 challots
    2 cloves of garlic
    700g chuck steak cut into 2-3cm pieces
    Light cooking cream
    satchet of white wine (or 1 glass)
    beef stock ( 3 cups approx)
    Tablespoon Dijon mustard
    bay leaf
    bag spinach

    Steamed green beans and broccoli to serve. Or mashed potato of you want.

    Method (using a cast iron pot)

    Oven on 130
    dice challots fry in olive oil with bay leaf then add garlic
    chuck in the meat + mushrooms (cut in 1/2)
    Remove the meat/mushrooms once meat cooked
    add wine to pot and reduce
    add the meat and mushroom back into pot
    add beef stock
    bring to boil
    put on the lid

    Cook in oven for 1.5hours stirring occasionally. Sometimes you need to add a bit of water of the liquid level gets too low

    Then remove lid add cup cream and the Dijon mustard
    leave in oven further 30 minutes with lid off
    Stir in spinach and serve with steamed greens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fingers xd View Post
    Bangers and mash!!
    Me too! With cabbage topped with onion gravy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueLips View Post
    Bag of button mushrooms
    2 challots
    2 cloves of garlic
    700g chuck steak cut into 2-3cm pieces
    Light cooking cream
    satchet of white wine (or 1 glass)
    beef stock ( 3 cups approx)
    Tablespoon Dijon mustard
    bay leaf
    bag spinach

    Steamed green beans and broccoli to serve. Or mashed potato of you want.

    Method (using a cast iron pot)

    Oven on 130
    dice challots fry in olive oil with bay leaf then add garlic
    chuck in the meat + mushrooms (cut in 1/2)
    Remove the meat/mushrooms once meat cooked
    add wine to pot and reduce
    add the meat and mushroom back into pot
    add beef stock
    bring to boil
    put on the lid

    Cook in oven for 1.5hours stirring occasionally. Sometimes you need to add a bit of water of the liquid level gets too low

    Then remove lid add cup cream and the Dijon mustard
    leave in oven further 30 minutes with lid off
    Stir in spinach and serve with steamed greens.
    Thank you!!

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    Pasta with a plain tomato sauce (cooked on weekend for hours so flavours as so good). Side of salad and maybe some garlic bread.

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    Chicken breast with chargrilled potato, sweet potato and zucchini.


 

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