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    Easy to make sauce which I love to serve with meatballs and mashed potatoes! The amount of garlic used should be tailored to your preference and I recommend that it is sliced to add some texture to the sauce along with the onion. Mashed potato or fresh bread is recommended to soak up all the sauce from your plate!

    Recipe #488602

    With the help of a food blender and a microwave, you can make these low fat meatballs in just a few minutes! I usually vary the recipe slightly depending on the mood I'm in, so milk or mustard make great alternatives to egg as the binding agent! The meatballs become more tender if you cook them lightly in sauce once they are ready. This recipe makes 3 good size portions or 4 regular size portions.

    Recipe #488525

    This is one of my fave's to eat over spagetti, rice or even alone. It's healthy and with such a rich flavour, it's one of those dishes you don't feel guilty about eating more and more of. I make 6 portions at a time and my portions are pretty generous so I can freeze some. It's also so easy to make as all you do is chop the veggies, then add them to the pan to cook. I've tried a few variations, such as frying the onions in some red wine, adding cheese or cream and changing the herbs depending on what I fancy and they all work pretty well too, so think of the recipe as a base and work out your own variation according to your preference. But, do not overdo the sundried tomatoes or else the sauce will be too rich! I love this hot with pasta, or cold as a salsa style dip.

    Recipe #438679


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