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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Been living off skinny mixers coconut sausages they are Devine! I don't own a thermy but I cook them in my saucepan lol
    I agree!!! So delicious!!

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    Vegetarian lunch today for nanny child.

    Avocado, hummus, vege burger and scrambled egg.

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    Crab and tomato pasta with steamed veggies
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    Thread revival! I made a batch of meatballs (beef & zucchini with a pasata sauce that had beans & capsicum & garlic - it's what I had in the fridge). Served with mashed sweet potato.

    This is my last batch cook for a while, I'm going to be trying to run down my freezer and cupboard as we just sold our house (eek!) and will be moving in a couple of weeks. So I'm going to be racking my brain for creative ways to use it all up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    Thread revival! I made a batch of meatballs (beef & zucchini with a pasata sauce that had beans & capsicum & garlic - it's what I had in the fridge). Served with mashed sweet potato.

    This is my last batch cook for a while, I'm going to be trying to run down my freezer and cupboard as we just sold our house (eek!) and will be moving in a couple of weeks. So I'm going to be racking my brain for creative ways to use it all up!
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    Yay! Thank you for posting again @Cue i have missed seeing what you have been cooking!

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    Fish burittos ( Panko crusted flathead and avocado salsa wraps )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Salmon sausage rolls for lunch
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    @Elijahs Mum could you share the recipe for your salmon sausage rolls please? 😀

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    I read this thread topic from the outside as 'show me your kids' feet,' I think it might be time for bed

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    Love this thread!!! All the meals look fantatic

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    @Elijahs Mum could you share the recipe for your salmon sausage rolls please? 😀
    I don't have exact quantities as I make them up as I go! You can add any grated veggies as well if you like :

    Approx 2 skinless/ boneless salmon fillets either minced or just blitzed in food processor - then add a tablespoon of Dijon mustard, chopped fresh chives, a big squeeze of lemon juice, black pepper, a tablespoon of chia seeds, an egg and then bread crumbs ( as much as you need to thicken it up as the mixture will be quite wet)

    Then put onto puff pastry sheets and roll into required size like you would a normal sausage roll, brush with egg wash and I top with chia or sesame seeds and bake in 180 oven for approx 25 mins or until golden brown!

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