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    Spaghetti Bolognese... Which has now turned into lasagne with home made pasta sheets & béchamel sauce... Can't wait! Lots of hidden veg too (carrot, zucchini & pumpkin) might serve some garlic bread on the side.

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    Beef and pumpkin lasagne

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    Chicken parmigiana with steamed broccoli and honey carrots.

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    Chicken enchiladas with brown rice and salad. Never made them before, hope they are yum. They smell delicious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by our3boys View Post
    What lentils do you buy to put in spaghetti Bol? I'm thinking of starting to half/half it with meat. Also will my husband be able to tell the difference you think?
    We use green lentils, I like them best for bolognese. Personally I don't think it would be noticeable if you were still using half meat! Just pulse them once they're cooked. I do that anyway because I think it's works better with pasta

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    Pasta e broccoli (an Italian dish my MIL often makes)

    and also I made some egg custard for tonight.

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    We are having Honey soy beef stirfry, we have soooooooo much bok choy growing in the garden that we need to eat

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    Toasted sandwiches tonight..im tired

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    BBQ steak & prawns with a garden salad & mixed bean salad


 

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