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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).
    about to sit down and eat! it looks divine!! went to woolies for a change and they had all the ingredients in the one spot so I was thrilled!!

    hubby is also loving it and he's got a lunchbox of the leftovers to take to work for lunch too! thanks again!!!

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    Was going to make meatballs. The mince is not quite defrosted and I CBF making them now.

    Today my own version of creamy pasta sauce with snowpeas, capsicum, mushroom, zucchini and ham tomorrow will be sweet and sour meatballs.

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    Slow cooked meatballs on fettuccine.

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    Tonight was lamb cutlets with ras-el-hanout and green beans, sugar snap peas, and asparagus with roasted cherry tomatoes. I substituted the lamb for oven roasted chickpeas with ras-el-hanout. DH and the boys had a little of those as well.

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    I was going to make a tuna bake with rice but decided I'll mix it up a bit.. Will make a mixture of rice, tuna, cheese, fresh dill, lemon juice and mashed potato and crumb and fry until golden. So tuna balls I guess 😃 They go well with sweet chilli sauce and salad.

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    Slow cooked lamb shanks with mash and beans tonight.

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    Hairy Sausages with tomato sauce

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    Slow cooked bbq beef ribs, sweet potato wedges and coleslaw.

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    Crispy skin pork belly, paprika potatoes, roast beetroot and brussel sprouts and broccoli gratin with raw carrots and sugar snap peas. I don't eat pork but this pregnancy I've been craving crackling!

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    Red rice with prawns, chorizo and roasted capsicum.


 

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