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Post by Elliots-Mummy on Thu Feb 25, 2010 12:18 pm

Does anyone have any good recipes they would like to share with us all?
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Post by ~*~PrEgGyBoOm~*~ on Thu Feb 25, 2010 1:11 pm

I'm not very at measurements n portion sizes so just use what u wud depending on how many ur feeding.

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Boil some pasta.
Drain.
Chuck in tin of choppe tomatoes.
and some chopped chicken breast chunk or cocktail saugages.
Small tin if sweet corn.

Slop on plate grab a fork n get it down yer neck.
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Post by Elliots-Mummy on Thu Feb 25, 2010 1:15 pm

Mmm sounds nice will have to give it a try
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Post by Twilight Mum! on Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:12 pm

im a terrible cook so i have none lol!

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Post by steph on Mon May 24, 2010 2:41 pm

Sweet Potato Wedges.

Sweet Potatoes (varies to number of people eating)
half tbsp olive oil
seasoning

Heat oven to 180c (fan)

Peel and Chop potatoes into wedges
Toss in the olive oil.

Place on baking tray and sprinkle with seasoning

bake for 20-25mins
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Post by steph on Tue May 25, 2010 6:40 am

something abit different for breakfast or stacks.

Banana Breakfast Loaf

75g butter, softened
110g golden caster sugar
125g plain flour
100g wholemeal flour
2tsp baking powder
2 eggs
4 ripe bananas, mashed

heat oven to 170c (fan ovens)

beat butter, sugar, flours, baking powder, eggs and bananas together

spoon into a lined & buttered loaf tin
bake for 50 mins or until skewer comes out clean
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Post by mummymel on Wed May 26, 2010 2:40 pm

Love banana bread!

I use muscavado sugar and add chocolate chips to make it a bit naughty! Wink
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Post by Rach on Wed May 26, 2010 3:37 pm

My mince pie (well it's my mum's recipe really, handed down to me)
Makes enough to serve 4 adults, or as in this house 5 kids ranging from 2-9 and 1 adult

1 packet of jus-rol puff pastry
1 800g pack of fresh beef mince
Beef gravy (I use Bisto)
milk to seal the edges using a pastry brush

* Fry the mince in a shallow frying pan. Do not use oil as the mince lets off it's own juices and cooks in that which gives better flavour and is less fattening.
* While the mince is frying cut the pastry into 2 bits, sizes approx 2/3 and 1/3 of the block. Roll out the bigger piece to make the base of the pie big enough to cover an 8inch cake tin (which is what I make it in!!!), then rub the tin with butter before laying in the pastry to prevent it sticking.
* Once the mince is cooked drain off all the liquid fat and then leave the mince to sit in the pan for a minute while you make the gravy.
* To make the gravy thick enough so that it doesnt soak into the pastry you need to make it "stronger" than it says on the tub. I make 1/2 pint Bisto and where it says use 4 tsps of Bisto I use 6. Or you could add cornflour to normal strength gravy to thicken it.
* Add the gravy to the mince and stir in
* Put the mince/gravy mix in the pie base
* Roll out the remaining 1/3 of pastry to make the lid, then brush milk onto the edges of the base part of the pastry before laying the lid on top.
* Crimp the edges with a fork to seal them together and make a few holes with the fork in the top of the lid to let out steam.
* Bake in the oven at 220c for 15-20 mins or until pastry is golden brown, then serve with your choice of potatoes, vegetables etc.

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