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    Jamie Oliver (I'm a bit of a sad Jamie Oliver fan girl) has some yummy vegan recipes.
    http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/c...iltered_header

    I've made hie vegan shepherds pie and his chilli con veg and both have been yummy

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    Can you list some of the regular meals you eat that use dairy? Cashew cream is an amazing substitute. I'm vegan so can give some replacement tips for your usual meals

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    My 16 mth old DS is CMPA and a husband with PKU (vegan for medical reasons). Our typical family dinners are
    - pasta with a napolitana sauce (one pot with beef mince and another with veg)
    - tacos with a range of fillings (except cheese)
    - mince and potato curry with rice (I don't add any milk/cream) (DH has veg curry)
    - sausages with steamed veg and mash (make mash with dairy free marg, no milk)
    - lamb ragout with steamed veg and mash
    - roast lamb/chicken and veg

    I bake with soy or rice milk and dairy free marg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMama View Post
    Can you list some of the regular meals you eat that use dairy? Cashew cream is an amazing substitute. I'm vegan so can give some replacement tips for your usual meals
    Tonight I made a lemon & herb roast chicken with roast potatoes and steamed veg. Other meals we usually have are:
    Pasta (bakes, bolognese, veg sauce etc)
    Risotto (going to try one with no Parmesan tomorrow with the left over roast chicken)
    Homemade pizza
    Steak & veg/salad
    Sausages with mash & veg
    Curries
    Nachos
    Homemade veg fried rice
    Homemade beef or chicken schnitzel burgers
    Lamb kofta or skewers with tzaziki & veg/salad
    Stir fry
    Beef stroganoff

    Some of these are obviously easy for dairy-free meals but others are harder. I'm already bored with making the same stuff all the time and now I feel even more limited.

    I don't want to make complicated things or have to go hunting for unusual ingredients, I don't really have the time with a baby & toddler!

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    Grab a copy of Pete Evans book Family Food. It's grain free, gluten free, dairy free cooking and full of delicious recipes from breakfasts, kids good, desserts, snacks etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiery View Post
    Grab a copy of Pete Evans book Family Food. It's grain free, gluten free, dairy free cooking and full of delicious recipes from breakfasts, kids good, desserts, snacks etc.
    I love him!!! Follow him on FB cue ☺️

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    Oil based pasta sauces are yummy.

    2tbs olive oil
    1 clove garlic

    Cook in pan on low heat

    Add 2 small tins of tuna in olive oil and cook on medium heat until heated through

    Add 2 tbs capers and 10-15 pitted olives.

    Turn down heat so it doesn't spit and add 2tbs lemon juice.

    Add cooked spaghetti and once heated through add a handful of rocket leaves.

    Fried rice.

    Cook 1.5 cups white or brown rice and set aside
    Heat oil in pan and add spring onion
    Add smoked bacon or other meat of choice until brown /cooked
    Add rice
    Add tinned corn
    Add defrosted frozen peas
    Add grated carrot
    Continue to stir fry until oil is distributed around
    Add light soy sauce to your taste


 

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