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    I never bother browning anything. It all tastes fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    This massamun curry is my favourite: http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe...rry-L9178.html

    I don't bother coating the beef in flour, I just chuck it all in. I also add a teaspoon of ginger and 2 teaspoons of garlic.
    I made this tonight it was really yummy!!

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    pre cooking adds a different, stronger flavour but its not necessary.

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    Pea and Ham Soup
    2 smoked bacon hocks
    2 cups green split peas
    Enough stock or water to cover
    2 diced carrots.

    Cook on low all day till meat is able to be pulled off the bones by a fork and/or tongs. Add meat back to pot and stir then serve with bread and butter.

    Is brilliant!

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    Beef and beer casserole:
    1kg gravy beef
    Diced veg (carrot, celery, onion, garlic, mushroom, etc)
    2 big tbsp Vegemite
    375ml bottle beer/stout
    Half beer bottle of water
    Dried herbs
    2 tsp Dijon mustard

    Throw in slowcooker, cook on low 8 hours. Thicken sauce with cornflour.

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    Making the chicken salsa for tonight's dinner!!! Thanks ladies!!!

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