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    Ridiculously unhealthy ... But exactly what wanted.

    Soft sticky date pudding with yoghurt.
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    Lunch - Parmesan poached eggs with roasted beet & avo salad

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee1 View Post
    Oh, I love cooking. I would love to see some new ideas. I think my hubby is sick of the few dishes I make haha. I would love some vegetarian meal ideas, I would like to do some 'meat free' days.
    Google vegetarian shepherds pie. They are delicious made with lentils.
    I made a beetroot risotto the other day. Roasted, peeled then puréed the beetroot. Made a basic risotto and added the beetroot about 5 minutes before end if cooking. Delicious. Try it with some rocket and horseradish cream.

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    Dinner (not the best looking but really yummy!)

    Quinoa risotto with baby peas, mushrooms, leek, thyme, garlic & Parmesan cheese.

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    That sounds tasty ^ I have never eaten Quinoa before. Is it similar to cous cous? I want to try it!

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    Beef stroganoff, yummmmmm. Doesn't look too pretty but it was great :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    That sounds tasty ^ I have never eaten Quinoa before. Is it similar to cous cous? I want to try it!

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    Umm not really - it's sort of more earthy tasting to me - haha!! I don't even know how to describe it. But I like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Umm not really - it's sort of more earthy tasting to me - haha!! I don't even know how to describe it. But I like it
    Its definitely earthy to me too, nutty earthy goodness

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    That sounds tasty ^ I have never eaten Quinoa before. Is it similar to cous cous? I want to try it!

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    I think it's better than couscous.
    Definately nuttier, earthier.

    So versatile you should try it.


 

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