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    Fettucine Cabonara is another good one that is very filling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Dragon View Post
    Fettucine Cabonara is another good one that is very filling.
    This is another great cheap meal I love it would eat it a lot more if the rest of the house loved it as much as me

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoseBetweenTheThorns View Post
    Love to see more non mince recipes as mince no matter where I get it from or what quality it does not agree with me

    There are 6 mouths to feed here too.
    Do you like lentils? You can usually sub them for mince in recipes. I use tinned browned lentils in things like pasta bake & spag bol, dried red lentils for things like soup, dahl, stews, etc.
    They are cheap-so perfect if you are on a budget.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMoosMum View Post
    We do mince alot too but with French onion soup broth and various veg. Another easy one is curried sausages. Keens curry powder chicken stock (i use cubes as its cheaper then liquid stock) sausges, onion ,veg of choice (i do broccoli cauliflower carrot peas corn) and if needed flour to thicken. Cost $20 but feeds two adults 2 kids and freezes 6 extra portions for another time i don't feel like cooling from scratch lol. Healthy....hmmm maybe not but tasty, filling and cooks an awesome amount
    Can you please tell me how much of everything you use for the curry sausages as I'm going to give them a try this week I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Do you like lentils? You can usually sub them for mince in recipes. I use tinned browned lentils in things like pasta bake & spag bol, dried red lentils for things like soup, dahl, stews, etc.
    They are cheap-so perfect if you are on a budget.


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    Do lentils taste like mince? Might give them a try as I havnt before.

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    you can bulken mince recipes up with red kidney beans or red lentils, and try turkey mince is very nice and not at all fatty and even kangaroo mince or sausages

    another cheap meal is soup, keep all left over cooked vegies from the week and freeze them each night and at the end of the week make soup or even a stir fry up with it, Stir frys are good for using up vegies and usually any dish with rice pasta aor potatoes make the meal go further
    sausages are also a good cheap meal you can have the meat and veg or you can cook them then slice them and put them in a pasta dish.
    Quiche is also a good one usually bacon carrot onion zucchini flour and eggs.
    Or fish I buy the aldi frozen skin on fillets for 9.90 and they are decent sizes and they are quick cooking

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    I use red lentils in a lentil bolognaise sauce.
    I boil them first and then cook up a pasta sauce using celery, onion and carrot.
    I cheat and use a jarred sauce, then add the lentils once drained.

    It tastes great and makes the sauce more 'bulky'
    My kids like it mixed with the small pasta shells and some grated cheese stirred through it.

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    Another recipe I make with red lentils is a VEGGIE LENTIL SOUP.
    With red lentils, carrot, onion, celery, zuchinni, sweet potato, can of diced tomatos, vegie stock, garlic, salt and pepper.

    Serve it with some homemade damper to make it more filling.


 

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