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    Quick dinner, pancakes topped with cheese and salsa for me, plain cheese for kids and sugar, butter and lemon for DH.

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    Chilli con carne served with warmed corn chips, grated cheese & sour cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    @turquoisecoast No I just had a major craving for greens this afternoon!

    It was very simple though:

    2 bunches of brocolini ends trimmed and cut in half
    1 bunch mini asparagus cut in half
    300g green beans trimmed chopped into about 4 cm pieces
    200g sugar snaps trimmed cut in half
    4 boiled eggs quartered
    8 baby chat potatoes
    Large handful of cherry tomatoes (I just picked what was ripe from the pot!) cut in half

    For the potatoes I cheated and partially cooked them in the microwave whole. Then sliced them thickly and popped them in a pan with some olive oil to crisp up.

    I blanched the greens until just tender. Tossed it all in a bowl and dressed it -

    60ml olive oil
    30ml balsamic vinegar
    1 teaspoon seeded mustard
    A tiny bit of honey a drizzle.

    I didn't use all this dressing. It turned out super yummy and with the eggs and potatoes very filling for me (I'm vegetarian).
    That sounds really nice. Also, try maple syrup in place of honey. So yummy with seeded mustard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    Ocean trout and thin egg noodles with a sesame, ginger, soy & orange sauce. It's literally my favorite dinner ever and I can't freakin wait.
    Recipe please @Moxy sounds delicious 😝

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    We had skinnymixers coconut curried sausages and it was so yum!

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    @Tinachris I'm in bed but I'll get it tomorrow. Can't remember off the top of my head.

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    Tonight's dinner is lasagna. Made it last night so all I need to do is reheat in microwave when I pick up the kids after work!
    I am usually not this organised 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    Tonight's dinner is lasagna. Made it last night so all I need to do is reheat in microwave when I pick up the kids after work!
    I am usually not this organised 😊
    I had lasagnia... but it was the equivalent of a tv dinner lol..
    I would love to try and make my own one of these days.

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    BBQ pulled pork burgers with coleslaw


 

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