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Thread: OK, What's For Lunch or Tea Today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    a cheesey beano that is.... quite like it myself, but usually add a bit of chilli sauce to beans
    I add tomato puree, butter and pepper to the beans.

    Actually, the more I think about it, the more I like the idea..................Mmm, a bit (or lot) of grated crumbly Lancashire plus strong Cheddar on toast, all melted down and bubbling sounds appealing.
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    Last nights cottage pie





    Steak pie, chips, onion rings and beans tonight.


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    Still got half of last night's chicken pie left, but fancy something different today.
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    decided on sweet n sour chicken... a lidl ready meal and was great value and tasting
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    Chicken, bacon and avocado salad tonight, with croutons and a honey and mustard dressing,

    Strawberries and cream for pudding.
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    Chicken curry made with last nights leftovers.
    Recipe: Left over chicken, 1 onion chopped , 6 cloves garlic, knob fresh ginger minced, 3 TBSP hot curry powder, 1 can chopped tomatoes,1 can coconut milk, 1 pack fresh coriander chopped.
    Fry onion,ginger and garlic. Add curry powder then tons and coconut milk, throw in chicken and coriander and cook 1/2 hour.
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    Chicken curry made with last nights leftovers.
    Recipe: Left over chicken, 1 onion chopped , 6 cloves garlic, knob fresh ginger minced, 3 TBSP hot curry powder, 1 can chopped tomatoes,1 can coconut milk, 1 pack fresh coriander chopped.
    Fry onion,ginger and garlic. Add curry powder then tomatoes and coconut milk, throw in chicken and coriander and cook 1/2 hour.
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    In the end I went for cheese omelette topped with sliced baby plum tomatoes plus more cheese on those and finished under the grill. With this I had Tesco mixed beans in tomato (which are nicer than the Heinz ones). Lovely!
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    Meat close to bone tasted amazing. M&S cabbage medley good too.

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