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    I have really been enjoying stir fry's lately, they really are great and are so easy to do without a lot of fuss. You can have a fantastic tasting meal on the table in about 30 Min's that is not only healthy but tastes wonderful and because your not slaving over the stove for hours, you get to sit down and enjoy your meal. This is one I made the other night as I fancied some fish. I have been cooking a lot of chicken lately, as with all the food price hikes, it is just too expensive to eat all the variety I used to cook and I fancied a change. It was definitely worth it I really enjoyed this one as did my hubby.

    Recipe #307068

    I decided to have a treat the other night and buy some nice thick fillet steaks as we have not had a good steak in awhile. With all the food prices going up so dramatically this one-two time a week enjoyed cut of beef has now become one-two time a month affair, here's hoping food prices come down again soon. This is a simple recipe that pairs well with steak and does not require lots of effort, feel free to serve this with a cheaper cut of beef or with your favourite cut.

    Recipe #306893

    This came out of having some vegetables I wanted to use up before they needed throwing out, so feel free to play around with veg. It is super simple and easy to make without having a huge prep time. Although if you don't cook a lot of Asian style food like me, then a lot of people would not always have some of these ingredients on hand all the time. I love Chinese, Japanese, Indonesian, Malaysian etc.. So I have herbs and spices sitting in my cupboard that most people would have never heard of. The ingredients in this though are very common and with Asian becoming more popular to cook at home now days, rather getting a take out. The ingredients listed below are available at just about all regular supermarkets now.

    Recipe #306892

    This is another really quick recipe to make with the end resulting in a lovely tender lamb fillet. I cooked this in a frying pan but this could also be cooked on the BBQ. I do not like my lamb overcooked and like it pink in the centre. I cook mine about 5-8 Min's a side depending on the thickness. I then cover it and let it stand for a further 5 Min's, this additional standing time cooks the lamb just the way I like, but cook as you prefer. I served mine with French Tart's Recipe#208297 which went really well with this.

    Recipe #305999

    This is a wonderful recipe that is so quick and easy to prepare and is great either on the grill, if it is BBQ weather or just done in the frying pan as I cooked it the other night. Depending on how you like your tuna cooked it is on the table in about 15-20 Min's. I like my tuna pink in the middle as tuna should be undercooked, otherwise it gets quite tough.

    Recipe #305735

    This is a wonderful tasting dish it is a little more time consuming because of frying the pear slices, but the end result is well worth it. The entire meal can still be on the table in 40-45 minutes, so it not that huge of a recipe either. My hubby really enjoys this one and you will be surprised how tender the pork comes out cooking on the stove in this manner, as I usually marinate and roast pork or have a basting sauce.

    Recipe #305171

    This is a very simple recipe which tastes great and smells wonderful while cooking as you get the spicy smell from the tandoori and the sweet smell from the coconut rice. It does not take long to prepare you can either toss chicken in yogurt and tandoori paste and get cooking or if you want to infuse marinate for a few hours. So it is a great after work fast meal or throw it all in zip lock bag in the morning before you leave and just pop it in the oven when you get in.

    Recipe #304483

    This is a quick and easy meal to do, it tastes great and is a nice light meal. Please note: I cooked this in a wok so if you are using a large frying pan, cooking times will vary as woks get very hot. I love mussels, but please make sure you do remove beards and scrub thoroughly as you will end up with a not nice fish smell in your food if you don't. I find if your mussels are very dirty with lots of barnacles on them, than you can not remove, it is often better to boil them separately and add at the end to warm. This way any grit or dirt that remains, ends up in your water not your stir-fry I have done this before, my mussels I bought yesterday were very clean so this was not necessary.

    Recipe #304344

    This is a lovely recipe it is easy to make and the sauce goes so well with the steaks. I have not cooked steaks a lot recently as they have put the price of fillet up so much at the grocery store. I found some the other day that was still the same price as usual so I thought I would have a treat. Iserved mine with Recipe#262668 by mersaydees and it was the perfect low carb accompaniment.

    Recipe #304083

    This is super simple on the table in about 30Min's and tastes wonderful. You can use whatever is your favourite white fish, John Dory, Perch, Cod, Bream etc.. I made this with panko flakes ( A Japanese breadcrumb available at some supermarkets and most Asian supermarkets.) so am not sure how crispy it will come out with regular breadcrumbs.

    Recipe #302784

    I Usually make this with beef, but I have not had a chance to get to the grocery store in France that I get a good price on beef fillet. My local grocery store here in Switzerland, has put the price of beef fillet up again, so this time it was just too expensive to serve with beef although it is very good. This was my first time trying this with chicken and it went really well and I will make it this way again to save money. It is very easy to make and takes no time at all; on the table in about 30-35 Min's.

    Recipe #302783

    I just make this with vegetables as my hubby and I are trying not to eat to many carbs in the evening, at the moment, so I have limited starchy carbs to only 1-2 days a week. I do usually make this with noodles thrown in, so feel free to add them if you want, if you do, I would lower amounts of meat and vegetables or it will be too much for 4.

    Recipe #302438

    This is super simple, quick and easy recipe to make yet it tastes great, is low is carbs and high in protein. I love fish but have not made trout often, I always thought I just didn't like it. That is until my hubby made a mistake one day and purchased smoked trout instead of the smoked salmon I had asked for. When I tasted it I could not believe how close to smoked salmon it was just a bit saltier and a little stronger in taste. I figured if smoked trout was not dissimilar, then surely fresh would be the same and it was. I still prefer salmon as trout is a more bonier fish, so you get a lot of small bones left in, but not so much that it is annoying.

    Recipe #302097

    This takes a little longer to make than some of the recipes I have been posting lately but it is well worth the effort. It has a wonderful flavour and smells great while cooking.

    Recipe #301953

    This is a little more time consuming than the recipes I have been posting lately but it is well worth the effort. It would be one to make for a special occasion or a dinner party to impress.

    Recipe #301675

    This recipe should actually have noodles in it, but my hubby and I are both watching our carb intake at the moment, so I omitted them and added some more meat and bean sprouts. I suppose this is more of a Pad Thai dish, if you decide to add noodles, I would cut the meat back to about 200g, only about 150g on the bean sprouts and about 200g on the prawns, as what I have listed below would be just too much if adding noodles.

    Recipe #301261

    I am posting this recipe today, it is simple, quick, easy and light. You could add more to it to make it a more substantial meal, but my hubby was going away on business and prefers a light meal before he goes away

    Recipe #301260

    This is a quick recipe to make and can be on the table in 30 minutes. I served mine over couscous Tabbouleh and it went very well with this, I buy quick cooking couscous tastes great and is done in a minute.

    Recipe #301257

    This is a wonderful recipe, especially if you have guests, as it is not time consuming yet is something a little more special. You can have this one on the table in about 40 Min's and most of that is the baking time so you can socialize and not be banished to the kitchen.

    Recipe #300957

    This is really quick to make, tastes great and if like me you are only making these for yourself and hubby, they make great leftovers for the next day, as my son and I found out. You will see from the photo I shaped into quite large patties, I don't usually do this I just wanted this for photo purposes. I make three patties per person and as you can see, if you made them this size, it would just be too much. Also it makes for a shorter cooking time if shaped smaller.

    Recipe #300083

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