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    Default Favourite winter recipe

    What's your favourite? Looking for anything. Stews, casseroles, soups, pies, anything!

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    I love beef casserole.
    Casserole steak
    Can of cream of mushroom soup
    2 tbs of beef stock
    Beans
    Potatoes
    Corn
    Onion
    Carrot
    Which ever veg u like.
    Mix all together in a casserole dish and bake in oven at 170 for 1.5hrs stiring every half hr.
    Such a great winter meal, my family lives it even ds who is 11months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sethysmum View Post
    I love beef casserole.
    Casserole steak
    Can of cream of mushroom soup
    2 tbs of beef stock
    Beans
    Potatoes
    Corn
    Onion
    Carrot
    Which ever veg u like.
    Mix all together in a casserole dish and bake in oven at 170 for 1.5hrs stiring every half hr.
    Such a great winter meal, my family lives it even ds who is 11months.

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    That's sounds amazing! Looking it like will be dinner tonight.

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    Stew with dumplings, pumpkin soup, chicken and lemon soup, homemade pizza, beef stroganoff, moussaka... Love winter cooking

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    Lamb shanks with gremolata and mash

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    Subbing, I need some ideas.

    Can you use rump steak instead of casserole beef?

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    I've been making a cheap, easy and yummy recipe of lamb neck chops with preserved lemon and herbs. Yummo! Could be made with shanks too but lamb necks are similar slow cooked and much cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smyles View Post
    Subbing, I need some ideas.

    Can you use rump steak instead of casserole beef?
    You could but i find the casserole steak better.

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    I love casseroles and lasagne. Cooking a veg lasagne now for dinner. Mmmmmm.
    My fave casserole is full of veg and my kids don't even know, they love it. I dice 1kg of casserole steak, an onion and celery stalk, roughly chop a carrot, sweet potato, potato, parsnip, turnip and a swede, 2l beef stock liquid, 2tbs worchestershire sauce, tbs Dijon mustard and a can of crushed tomatoes, simmer as low as possible for 3-4 hrs stirring every hour or so, add some water if it's getting too thick. Add some green beans about 5-10 mins before it's done so they cook but still have a bit of crunch. Yum!
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