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    I was in a rush when I got home from work this evening, didn't have much in the cupboards so threw this together and served it with brown rice and fish, although it was so good I would happily make it again with just some rice or crusty bread on the side. I guess it could even be served as a pasta sauce, although it might be a bit thick... Please take the measurements as approximates as I just kind of threw everything in the pan! :-)

    Recipe #478773

    I improvised this a couple days ago when lunchtime came from nowhere and my cupboard was pretty bare! Consequently please take the measurements as approximates as when I was making it I was tending to jus toss the ingredients into the pan!

    Recipe #294007

    I found this recipe a while ago in NOW magazine, it has a celeb chef section and apparently this is Jennifer Lopez's favourite recipe to make at home!!! This is actually a really great, easy recipe. I serve it with corn on the cob (with lots of butter), and mamas kitchen's kicked up baked sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #281840

    I found a recipe for "Cowboy Pie" in a recipe book ages ago, it was a really simple dish of baked beans, sausages and mash. My version has been a real work in progress and is a very satisfying comforting meal. Children always love it, and its a great way to get them eating a few veggies! PLease dont take the measurements as absolute, especially the bbq sauce, as there are so many different kinds, enough should be added to give it a zing! If you dont have mini/cocktail sausages, you can just use regular ones, I find it best to cook them whole first and then chop them up, as if you try to chop them and then cook them you end up with a gooey mess! You can really add whatever you like to this, although I do recommend the shredded cabbage as it gives it a nice crunch.

    Recipe #281539

    I found this recipe in the booklet that came with my slow cooker (crock pot). Its supposed to be peppered but I opted to marinade my joint overnight instead. I used Karin...'s All Purpose Marinade (Although I used quarter cup sundried tomato infused olive oil and quarter cup chilli infused olive oil instead of regular olive oil). The original recipe uses 8 shallot onions, 4 regular carrots sliced, and 2 parsnips, sliced. But I used red onions, celeriac, and shatanay carrots. I advise you try shatanay carrots as they are so much sweeter than regular ones! I cooked mine for 8 hours on auto and it came out lovely and tender. Please take the gravy granules measurement as an approximation, and add to your taste.

    Recipe #278853


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