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Make a list of thirty recipes I want to cook and cook them
 
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Note added by Michelle . 2 months ago
1) ChefSavvy Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken. ✓
2) Carlsbad Craving's Slow Cooker French Dip. ✓
3) Alton Brown's Shepherd's Pie. ✓
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Note added by Monika. 4 months ago
1. Zucchine gratinate al parmigiano
2. Baked Honey Garlic Cauliflower
3. Zucchini Pizza Boats
4. Zucchini Pizza Bites
5. Cranberry Pistachio Energy Bites
6. Pizza Waffles
7. Roasted Chickpeas in six flavors
8. Honey Sesame Chicken
9. Ciasto Niemiec
10. Frittelle di patate
11. Greek Yogurt Pancakes
12. Blueberry sauce
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Note added by ANA KAREN MORA. 8 months ago
Cochinita
----------Pizza--------------------
---------Tinga -----------------------
Muffins
Croissants
Pastel de kit kat
---------Albondigas---------
una receta con tofu
un platillo con berenjena como ingrediente principal
una receta con brocoli
Sushi
Udon o soba
Un platillo thai
Biryani
Un platillo tamaulipeco
Chili
Receta Vegana
Receta Vegana
Un platillo peruano que no sea ceviche
Ceviche
------------- Ratatouille - Un platillo Frances ----------
Un platillo Español
Tabule
Un curry
-------------Pavo -------------
Un platillo cuyo ingrediente principal sea una fruta
un platillo cuyo ingrediente principal sea un animal exotico (conejo o codorniz o pato)
Un platillo de guerrero
-------- Tampico - Un platillo con marisco como ingrediente principal ----------
hacer mole from scratch
Albondigas de Camarón - Platillo de Sinaloa
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Here's the list so far:

1: Italian Casserole
2: BROCCOLI AND CHEESE TWICE BAKED POTATOES
3: Slow Cooker Beef and Broccoli
4: Cheesy Ranch Potatoes
5: Crock pot Cheeseburgers
6: Crock-pot Chicken Tacos
7: Crock-pot Taco Casserole
8: Crock-pot Philly Cheesesteaks
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Note added by Monika. 1 years ago
1. Mexican Zucchini Burrito Boats (http://makingthymeforhealth.com/mexican-zucchini-burrito-boats/)
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1. Blomkålstortillas
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Note added by YK. 2 years ago
- Cheesecake
- Roast Lamb
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Note added by Amanda S. 2 years ago
List made - 4/5/2016
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 2 years ago
29. Spaghetti Squash with spinach, bacon, and goat cheese
30. Teriyaki Salmon
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 2 years ago
28. Mediterranean Spaghetti Squash
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 2 years ago
27. Mushroom Parm Spaghetti Squash
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 2 years ago
26. Tuna Melt Zucchini Boats
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Note added by wendy . 3 years ago
1. Proscciutto Mozzarella & Fig Pizza (Lorraine Pascale) - well actually Salami, mozzarella and mushroom Pizza because that's what we had in the fridge.
2. Pannacotta - I forgot this was on my list (I didn't make the couli that was meant to go with it) so adding it now.
3. Brown Rice, Carrot and Cashew Pilau - From the Guardian food pages, quick, easy and tasty.
4. Morrocan Stew with Minted Couscous - it was supposed to be vegetable stew but it became chicken stew because we didn't have courgette or butternut squash so I just added extra carrots and chicken.
5. Pork Sausage, Soya Bean & Tomato Casserole - Made with Crabeye beans as we didn't have soya, also tinned beans rather than dried because it took long enough to make without all that extra bean soaking and boiling time.
6. Sausage and Mushroom Crumble - very tasty, would definitely cook again, perhaps adding more tomato as I could have done with a bit more gravy.
7. Butternut Squash and Coconut Stew - very tasty, would make again, though suspect a little chilli would improve it.
8. Pappardelle with Leek
9. Lentils and Couscous
10. Rich Root Soup
11. Rosemary and Thyme Focaccia - Packet mix, a total disaster!
12. Flaked Rice with Potatoes/Batate Pohe - nice, very filling, proper stick to your ribs food but needs a sauce, plum dipping sauce lifts it nicely.
13. Baked Lentil and Bean Cottage Pie - a proper cook up the cupboard leftovers recipes and tasty to boot.
14. Ham and Cheese Muffin Pizzas - actually Tomato and Cheese variety as we had no ham but we did have some lovely home-grown tomatos
15. Kale Pesto Pasta - little bit of a faff, but tasty and thickens on standing so is improved on second usage.
16. Lentil and Cauliflower Curry - Very tasty, though as making without Indian Spice Oxo Cubes (as no longer made) need to refine spicing.
17. Soda Bread - Finally, bread-based success has been achieved!
18. Bacon & Leek Bake - Needs a higher Bacon:Onion ratio but otherwise very tasty.
19. Cauliflower Soup and Ras-El-Hanout - Tasty Soup!
20. Saki Poached Pears - Very tasty and warming - chocolate sauce is a bit rich, works well with pouring cream instead
21. Totally Lazy Mini Sausage Rolls - Delicious, easy and fun!
22. Bitesize Pinwheels - Fiddly, but tasty and actually bitesize.
23. White Chocolate Chunk Cookies - Not sure that brown sugar works in cookies, but popular with everyone else but me!
24. Boston Baked Bean - Tasty, filling, goodness.
25. Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Lasagne - delicious and worth the prep time, though I'm still working on perfecting pre-cooking the lasagne itself so I may well try making it with fresh lasagne and see if that's easier.
26. Brocolli and Blue Cheese Soup - tasty, tasty soup that makes you go 'where have you been all my life'.
27. Lentil Kutu with Green Beans - it was alright, bit bland, I have another similar recipe from another cookbook that is much tastier so I think I'll stick with that.
28. Moong Dal with Cauliflower - Pretty tasty, essentially a more authentic version of the Oxo Lentil and Cauliflower recipe.
29. Chaussons aux pommes - substitute for the Cheddar Cheese scones (because making scones is painful when you have dodgy joints) made with apples from the tree at my work and involved the tastiest apple sauce I've ever eaten.
30. Kirla Ghassi (bamboo shoots in coconut milk) - tasty curry, served with lentil and couscous from further up the list. Could do with a little more spice and a little more tamarind. (Tamarind and toasted coconut are a delicious combination!)
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
24. BBQ Pork sliders in the crockpot
25. Meatball Apps with a Picante Glaze
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Note added by wendy . 3 years ago
1. Proscciutto Mozzarella & Fig Pizza (Lorraine Pascale) - well actually Salami, mozzarella and mushroom Pizza because that's what we had in the fridge.
2. Pannacotta - I forgot this was on my list (I didn't make the couli that was meant to go with it) so adding it now.
3. Brown Rice, Carrot and Cashew Pilau - From the Guardian food pages, quick, easy and tasty.
4. Morrocan Stew with Minted Couscous - it was supposed to be vegetable stew but it became chicken stew because we didn't have courgette or butternut squash so I just added extra carrots and chicken.
5. Pork Sausage, Soya Bean & Tomato Casserole - Made with Crabeye beans as we didn't have soya, also tinned beans rather than dried because it took long enough to make without all that extra bean soaking and boiling time.
6. Sausage and Mushroom Crumble - very tasty, would definitely cook again, perhaps adding more tomato as I could have done with a bit more gravy.
7. Butternut Squash and Coconut Stew - very tasty, would make again, though suspect a little chilli would improve it.
8. Pappardelle with Leek
9. Lentils and Couscous
10. Rich Root Soup
11. Rosemary and Thyme Focaccia - Packet mix, a total disaster!
12. Flaked Rice with Potatoes/Batate Pohe - nice, very filling, proper stick to your ribs food but needs a sauce, plum dipping sauce lifts it nicely.
13. Baked Lentil and Bean Cottage Pie - a proper cook up the cupboard leftovers recipes and tasty to boot.
14. Ham and Cheese Muffin Pizzas - actually Tomato and Cheese variety as we had no ham but we did have some lovely home-grown tomatos
15. Kale Pesto Pasta - little bit of a faff, but tasty and thickens on standing so is improved on second usage.
16. Lentil and Cauliflower Curry - Very tasty, though as making without Indian Spice Oxo Cubes (as no longer made) need to refine spicing.
17. Soda Bread - Finally, bread-based success has been achieved!
18. Bacon & Leek Bake - Needs a higher Bacon:Onion ratio but otherwise very tasty.
19. Cauliflower Soup and Ras-El-Hanout - Tasty Soup!
20. Saki Poached Pears - Very tasty and warming - chocolate sauce is a bit rich, works well with pouring cream instead
21. Totally Lazy Mini Sausage Rolls - Delicious, easy and fun!
22. Bitesize Pinwheels - Fiddly, but tasty and actually bitesize.
23. White Chocolate Chunk Cookies - Not sure that brown sugar works in cookies, but popular with everyone else but me!
24. Boston Baked Bean - Tasty, filling, goodness.
25. Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Lasagne - delicious and worth the prep time, though I'm still working on perfecting pre-cooking the lasagne itself so I may well try making it with fresh lasagne and see if that's easier.
26. Brocolli and Blue Cheese Soup - tasty, tasty soup that makes you go 'where have you been all my life'.
27. Lentil Kutu with Green Beans - it was alright, bit bland, I have another similar recipe from another cookbook that is much tastier so I think I'll stick with that.
28. Moong Dal with Cauliflower - Pretty tasty, essentially a more authentic version of the Oxo Lentil and Cauliflower recipe.
29. Chaussons aux pommes - substitute for the Cheddar Cheese scones (because making scones is painful when you have dodgy joints) made with apples from the tree at my work and involved the tastiest apple sauce I've ever eaten.
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
23. Honey Lime Tilapia
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
22. Sweet Potato Mac and Cheese
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Note added by wendy . 3 years ago
There a bunch of things that were orginally on my list that are in recipe books at the wrong end of the country. So I've allowed myself to substitute recipes from the two Lorraine Pascale books that I've left at my parents for recipes from the two of her books that I have here in Inverness.

25. Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Lasagne - delicious and worth the prep time, though I'm still working on perfecting pre-cooking the lasagne itself so I may well try making it with fresh lasagne and see if that's easier.
26. Brocolli and Blue Cheese Soup - tasty, tasty soup that makes you go 'where have you been all my life'.
27. Lentil Kutu with Green Beans - it was alright, bit bland, I have another similar recipe from another cookbook that is much tastier so I think I'll stick with that.
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
20. Blueberry Kale Smoothie
21. Butternut Squash/Kale Quesadillas
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
19. Zucchini Spaghetti
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
18. Grilled Pizza
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
16. Quinoa Stuffed Peppers 17. Mozz. Skewers
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
14. Overnight Oats 15. Grilled Tofu
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Note added by wendy . 3 years ago
1. Proscciutto Mozzarella & Fig Pizza (Lorraine Pascale) - well actually Salami, mozzarella and mushroom Pizza because that's what we had in the fridge.
2. Pannacotta - I forgot this was on my list (I didn't make the couli that was meant to go with it) so adding it now.
3. Brown Rice, Carrot and Cashew Pilau - From the Guardian food pages, quick, easy and tasty.
4. Morrocan Stew with Minted Couscous - it was supposed to be vegetable stew but it became chicken stew because we didn't have courgette or butternut squash so I just added extra carrots and chicken.
5. Pork Sausage, Soya Bean & Tomato Casserole - Made with Crabeye beans as we didn't have soya, also tinned beans rather than dried because it took long enough to make without all that extra bean soaking and boiling time.
6. Sausage and Mushroom Crumble - very tasty, would definitely cook again, perhaps adding more tomato as I could have done with a bit more gravy.
7. Butternut Squash and Coconut Stew - very tasty, would make again, though suspect a little chilli would improve it.
8. Pappardelle with Leek
9. Lentils and Couscous
10. Rich Root Soup
11. Rosemary and Thyme Focaccia - Packet mix, a total disaster!
12. Flaked Rice with Potatoes/Batate Pohe - nice, very filling, proper stick to your ribs food but needs a sauce, plum dipping sauce lifts it nicely.
13. Baked Lentil and Bean Cottage Pie - a proper cook up the cupboard leftovers recipes and tasty to boot.
14. Ham and Cheese Muffin Pizzas - actually Tomato and Cheese variety as we had no ham but we did have some lovely home-grown tomatos
15. Kale Pesto Pasta - little bit of a faff, but tasty and thickens on standing so is improved on second usage.
16. Lentil and Cauliflower Curry - Very tasty, though as making without Indian Spice Oxo Cubes (as no longer made) need to refine spicing.
17. Soda Bread - Finally, bread-based success has been achieved!
18. Bacon & Leek Bake - Needs a higher Bacon:Onion ratio but otherwise very tasty.
19. Cauliflower Soup and Ras-El-Hanout - Tasty Soup!
20. Saki Poached Pears - Very tasty and warming - chocolate sauce is a bit rich, works well with pouring cream instead
21. Totally Lazy Mini Sausage Rolls - Delicious, easy and fun!
22. Bitesize Pinwheels - Fiddly, but tasty and actually bitesize.
23. White Chocolate Chunk Cookies - Not sure that brown sugar works in cookies, but popular with everyone else but me!
24. Boston Baked Bean - Tasty, filling, goodness.
Note Added
Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
13. Salmon Burgers
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Note added by wendy . 3 years ago
1. Proscciutto Mozzarella & Fig Pizza (Lorraine Pascale) - well actually Salami, mozzarella and mushroom Pizza because that's what we had in the fridge.
2. Pannacotta - I forgot this was on my list (I didn't make the couli that was meant to go with it) so adding it now.
3. Brown Rice, Carrot and Cashew Pilau - From the Guardian food pages, quick, easy and tasty.
4. Morrocan Stew with Minted Couscous - it was supposed to be vegetable stew but it became chicken stew because we didn't have courgette or butternut squash so I just added extra carrots and chicken.
5. Pork Sausage, Soya Bean & Tomato Casserole - Made with Crabeye beans as we didn't have soya, also tinned beans rather than dried because it took long enough to make without all that extra bean soaking and boiling time.
6. Sausage and Mushroom Crumble - very tasty, would definitely cook again, perhaps adding more tomato as I could have done with a bit more gravy.
7. Butternut Squash and Coconut Stew - very tasty, would make again, though suspect a little chilli would improve it.
8. Pappardelle with Leek
9. Lentils and Couscous
10. Rich Root Soup
11. Rosemary and Thyme Focaccia - Packet mix, a total disaster!
12. Flaked Rice with Potatoes/Batate Pohe - nice, very filling, proper stick to your ribs food but needs a sauce, plum dipping sauce lifts it nicely.
13. Baked Lentil and Bean Cottage Pie - a proper cook up the cupboard leftovers recipes and tasty to boot.
14. Ham and Cheese Muffin Pizzas - actually Tomato and Cheese variety as we had no ham but we did have some lovely home-grown tomatos
15. Kale Pesto Pasta - little bit of a faff, but tasty and thickens on standing so is improved on second usage.
16. Lentil and Cauliflower Curry - Very tasty, though as making without Indian Spice Oxo Cubes (as no longer made) need to refine spicing.
17. Soda Bread - Finally, bread-based success has been achieved!
18. Bacon & Leek Bake - Needs a higher Bacon:Onion ratio but otherwise very tasty.
19. Cauliflower Soup and Ras-El-Hanout - Tasty Soup!
20. Saki Poached Pears - Very tasty and warming - chocolate sauce is a bit rich, works well with pouring cream instead
21. Totally Lazy Mini Sausage Rolls - Delicious, easy and fun!
22. Bitesize Pinwheels - Fiddly, but tasty and actually bitesize.
Note Added
Note added by wendy . 3 years ago
1. Proscciutto Mozzarella & Fig Pizza (Lorraine Pascale) - well actually Salami, mozzarella and mushroom Pizza because that's what we had in the fridge.
2. Pannacotta - I forgot this was on my list (I didn't make the couli that was meant to go with it) so adding it now.
3. Brown Rice, Carrot and Cashew Pilau - From the Guardian food pages, quick, easy and tasty.
4. Morrocan Stew with Minted Couscous - it was supposed to be vegetable stew but it became chicken stew because we didn't have courgette or butternut squash so I just added extra carrots and chicken.
5. Pork Sausage, Soya Bean & Tomato Casserole - Made with Crabeye beans as we didn't have soya, also tinned beans rather than dried because it took long enough to make without all that extra bean soaking and boiling time.
6. Sausage and Mushroom Crumble - very tasty, would definitely cook again, perhaps adding more tomato as I could have done with a bit more gravy.
7. Butternut Squash and Coconut Stew - very tasty, would make again, though suspect a little chilli would improve it.
8. Pappardelle with Leek
9. Lentils and Couscous
10. Rich Root Soup
11. Rosemary and Thyme Focaccia - Packet mix, a total disaster!
12. Flaked Rice with Potatoes/Batate Pohe - nice, very filling, proper stick to your ribs food but needs a sauce, plum dipping sauce lifts it nicely.
13. Baked Lentil and Bean Cottage Pie - a proper cook up the cupboard leftovers recipes and tasty to boot.
14. Ham and Cheese Muffin Pizzas - actually Tomato and Cheese variety as we had no ham but we did have some lovely home-grown tomatos
15. Kale Pesto Pasta - little bit of a faff, but tasty and thickens on standing so is improved on second usage.
16. Lentil and Cauliflower Curry - Very tasty, though as making without Indian Spice Oxo Cubes (as no longer made) need to refine spicing.
17. Soda Bread - Finally, bread-based success has been achieved!
18. Bacon & Leek Bake - Needs a higher Bacon:Onion ratio but otherwise very tasty.
19. Cauliflower Soup and Ras-El-Hanout - Tasty Soup!
20. Saki Poached Pears - Very tasty and warming - chocolate sauce is a bit rich, works well with pouring cream instead
21. Totally Lazy Mini Sausage Rolls - Delicious, easy and fun!
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
12. Feta Dip
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
10. Panko Crusted Honey Mustard Salmon 11. Parmesan and Pepper Asparagus
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 3 years ago
9. Parmesan Crusted Tilapia
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Note added by wendy . 4 years ago
1. Proscciutto Mozzarella & Fig Pizza (Lorraine Pascale) - well actually Salami, mozzarella and mushroom Pizza because that's what we had in the fridge.
2. Pannacotta - I forgot this was on my list (I didn't make the couli that was meant to go with it) so adding it now.
3. Brown Rice, Carrot and Cashew Pilau - From the Guardian food pages, quick, easy and tasty.
4. Morrocan Stew with Minted Couscous - it was supposed to be vegetable stew but it became chicken stew because we didn't have courgette or butternut squash so I just added extra carrots and chicken.
5. Pork Sausage, Soya Bean & Tomato Casserole - Made with Crabeye beans as we didn't have soya, also tinned beans rather than dried because it took long enough to make without all that extra bean soaking and boiling time.
6. Sausage and Mushroom Crumble - very tasty, would definitely cook again, perhaps adding more tomato as I could have done with a bit more gravy.
7. Butternut Squash and Coconut Stew - very tasty, would make again, though suspect a little chilli would improve it.
8. Pappardelle with Leek
9. Lentils and Couscous
10. Rich Root Soup
11. Rosemary and Thyme Focaccia - Packet mix, a total disaster!
12. Flaked Rice with Potatoes/Batate Pohe - nice, very filling, proper stick to your ribs food but needs a sauce, plum dipping sauce lifts it nicely.
13. Baked Lentil and Bean Cottage Pie - a proper cook up the cupboard leftovers recipes and tasty to boot.
14. Ham and Cheese Muffin Pizzas - actually Tomato and Cheese variety as we had no ham but we did have some lovely home-grown tomatos
15. Kale Pesto Pasta - little bit of a faff, but tasty and thickens on standing so is improved on second usage.
16. Lentil and Cauliflower Curry - Very tasty, though as making without Indian Spice Oxo Cubes (as no longer made) need to refine spicing.
17. Soda Bread - Finally, bread-based success has been achieved!
18. Bacon & Leek Bake - Needs a higher Bacon:Onion ratio but otherwise very tasty.
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 4 years ago
8. Avocado Egg Salad
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Note added by wendy . 4 years ago
1. Proscciutto Mozzarella & Fig Pizza (Lorraine Pascale) - well actually Salami, mozzarella and mushroom Pizza because that's what we had in the fridge.
2. Pannacotta - I forgot this was on my list (I didn't make the couli that was meant to go with it) so adding it now.
3. Brown Rice, Carrot and Cashew Pilau - From the Guardian food pages, quick, easy and tasty.
4. Morrocan Stew with Minted Couscous - it was supposed to be vegetable stew but it became chicken stew because we didn't have courgette or butternut squash so I just added extra carrots and chicken.
5. Pork Sausage, Soya Bean & Tomato Casserole - Made with Crabeye beans as we didn't have soya, also tinned beans rather than dried because it took long enough to make without all that extra bean soaking and boiling time.
6. Sausage and Mushroom Crumble - very tasty, would definitely cook again, perhaps adding more tomato as I could have done with a bit more gravy.
7. Butternut Squash and Coconut Stew - very tasty, would make again, though suspect a little chilli would improve it.
8. Pappardelle with Leek
9. Lentils and Couscous
10. Rich Root Soup
11. Rosemary and Thyme Focaccia - Packet mix, a total disaster!
12. Flaked Rice with Potatoes/Batate Pohe - nice, very filling, proper stick to your ribs food but needs a sauce, plum dipping sauce lifts it nicely.
13. Baked Lentil and Bean Cottage Pie - a proper cook up the cupboard leftovers recipes and tasty to boot.
14. Ham and Cheese Muffin Pizzas - actually Tomato and Cheese variety as we had no ham but we did have some lovely home-grown tomatos
15. Kale Pesto Pasta - little bit of a faff, but tasty and thickens on standing so is improved on second usage.
16. Lentil and Cauliflower Curry - Very tasty, though as making without Indian Spice Oxo Cubes (as no longer made) need to refine spicing.
17. Soda Bread - Finally, bread-based success has been achieved!
Note Added
Note added by wendy . 4 years ago
1. Proscciutto Mozzarella & Fig Pizza (Lorraine Pascale) - well actually Salami, mozzarella and mushroom Pizza because that's what we had in the fridge.
2. Pannacotta - I forgot this was on my list (I didn't make the couli that was meant to go with it) so adding it now.
3. Brown Rice, Carrot and Cashew Pilau - From the Guardian food pages, quick, easy and tasty.
4. Morrocan Stew with Minted Couscous - it was supposed to be vegetable stew but it became chicken stew because we didn't have courgette or butternut squash so I just added extra carrots and chicken.
5. Pork Sausage, Soya Bean & Tomato Casserole - Made with Crabeye beans as we didn't have soya, also tinned beans rather than dried because it took long enough to make without all that extra bean soaking and boiling time.
6. Sausage and Mushroom Crumble - very tasty, would definitely cook again, perhaps adding more tomato as I could have done with a bit more gravy.
7. Butternut Squash and Coconut Stew - very tasty, would make again, though suspect a little chilli would improve it.
8. Pappardelle with Leek
9. Lentils and Couscous
10. Rich Root Soup
11. Rosemary and Thyme Focaccia - Packet mix, a total disaster!
12. Flaked Rice with Potatoes/Batate Pohe - nice, very filling, proper stick to your ribs food but needs a sauce, plum dipping sauce lifts it nicely.
13. Baked Lentil and Bean Cottage Pie - a proper cook up the cupboard leftovers recipes and tasty to boot.
14. Ham and Cheese Muffin Pizzas - actually Tomato and Cheese variety as we had no ham but we did have some lovely home-grown tomatos
15. Kale Pesto Pasta - little bit of a faff, but tasty and thickens on standing so is improved on second usage.
16. Lentil and Cauliflower Curry - Very tasty, though as making without Indian Spice Oxo Cubes (as no longer made) need to refine spicing.
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Note added by Jamie Waryn. 4 years ago
7. Pumpkin Tortellini
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Note added by wendy . 4 years ago
1. Proscciutto Mozzarella & Fig Pizza (Lorraine Pascale) - well actually Salami, mozzarella and mushroom Pizza because that's what we had in the fridge.
2. Pannacotta - I forgot this was on my list (I didn't make the couli that was meant to go with it) so adding it now.
3. Brown Rice, Carrot and Cashew Pilau - From the Guardian food pages, quick, easy and tasty.
4. Morrocan Stew with Minted Couscous - it was supposed to be vegetable stew but it became chicken stew because we didn't have courgette or butternut squash so I just added extra carrots and chicken.
5. Pork Sausage, Soya Bean & Tomato Casserole - Made with Crabeye beans as we didn't have soya, also tinned beans rather than dried because it took long enough to make without all that extra bean soaking and boiling time.
6. Sausage and Mushroom Crumble - very tasty, would definitely cook again, perhaps adding more tomato as I could have done with a bit more gravy.
7. Butternut Squash and Coconut Stew - very tasty, would make again, though suspect a little chilli would improve it.
8. Pappardelle with Leek
9. Lentils and Couscous
10. Rich Root Soup
11. Rosemary and Thyme Focaccia - Packet mix, a total disaster!
12. Flaked Rice with Potatoes/Batate Pohe - nice, very filling, proper stick to your ribs food but needs a sauce, plum dipping sauce lifts it nicely.
13. Baked Lentil and Bean Cottage Pie - a proper cook up the cupboard leftovers recipes and tasty to boot.
Note Added
Note added by Jamie Waryn. 4 years ago
6. Crockpot Apple Cider Pulled Chicken Sandwiches
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Note added by Nika Malinowski . 4 years ago
1 http://www.channel4.com/4food/recipes/popular-cuisines/british/cottage-pie-with-cheddar-and-parsnip-mash-recipe

2 http://www.weddingsbylilly.com/wedding-food/adorable-mini-pie-recipes/6/

3 http://www.justataste.com/2013/02/roasted-garlic-macaroni-and-cheese-recipe/

4 http://www.cookingclassy.com/2013/04/italian-beef-stew/

5 http://www.gonnawantseconds.com/2014/04/lemon-white-chocolate-chip-cookies/

6 http://sallysbakingaddiction.com/2012/06/03/mini-no-yeast-cinnamon-buns/

7 http://easy-cookbook-recipes.com/slow-cooker-teriyaki-chicken/

8 http://allrecipes.com/cook/13683427/blogentry.aspx?postid=73731

9 http://food.uk.msn.com/food/jamies-money-saving-meals-did-the-costs-add-up?page=3

10 http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/17810/arancini

11 http://cherryonmysundae.com/2012/05/smoked-salmon-pasta-with-light-cream.html

12 http://sweetandsimpleliving.com/easy-pull-apart-pizza-bread/

13 http://vikalinka.com/2013/11/30/butternut-squash-and-sage-risotto-with-goat-cheese/

14 http://www.budgetbytes.com/2013/05/italian-wonderpot/

15 http://www.marthastewart.com/318409/crustless-broccoli-cheddar-quiches?xsc=soc_pin_2014_5_18_gen__H&crlt.pid=camp.IYA7CgjYd667

16 https://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/recipe-helped-jessica-simpson-lose-8-pounds-2-141100669.html

17 http://www.spoonforkbacon.com/2011/09/potato-rings-with-homemade-buttermilk-ranch/

18 http://vikalinka.com/2013/01/05/salmon-cakes-and-a-lesson-on-the-virtue-of-frugality/

19 http://www.nutritiouseats.com/baked-southwestern-eggrolls-meal-planning/

20 http://www.skinnytaste.com/2014/03/cauliflower-fried-rice.html

21 http://howdelicious.go4more.info/mini-chicken-pot-pies-made-with-bisquick

22 http://www.skinnytaste.com/2014/03/cauliflower-fried-rice.html

23 http://valsocal.blogspot.com.au/2014/01/brown-rice-bowl-with-roasted-vegetables.html

24 http://forkableblog.com/?p=933

25 http://www.weddingsbylilly.com/wedding-food/adorable-mini-pie-recipes/10/

26 http://www.joyouslydomestic.com/2014/01/slow-cooker-melt-in-your-mouth-pot-roast.html

27 http://lecremedelacrumb.com/2014/01/oven-baked-onion-rings.html

28 http://pinchofyum.com/creamy-cauliflower-garlic-rice

29 http://therecipecritic.com/2014/03/chicken-fried-rice/

30 http://www.southernplate.com/2010/09/slow-cooker-cheesy-chicken-and-rice-the-downside-of-being-a-swan-princess.html
Note Added
Note added by wendy . 4 years ago
1. Proscciutto Mozzarella & Fig Pizza (Lorraine Pascale) - well actually Salami, mozzarella and mushroom Pizza because that's what we had in the fridge.
2. Pannacotta - I forgot this was on my list (I didn't make the couli that was meant to go with it) so adding it now.
3. Brown Rice, Carrot and Cashew Pilau - From the Guardian food pages, quick, easy and tasty.
4. Morrocan Stew with Minted Couscous - it was supposed to be vegetable stew but it became chicken stew because we didn't have courgette or butternut squash so I just added extra carrots and chicken.
5. Pork Sausage, Soya Bean & Tomato Casserole - Made with Crabeye beans as we didn't have soya, also tinned beans rather than dried because it took long enough to make without all that extra bean soaking and boiling time.
6. Sausage and Mushroom Crumble - very tasty, would definitely cook again, perhaps adding more tomato as I could have done with a bit more gravy.
7. Butternut Squash and Coconut Stew - very tasty, would make again, though suspect a little chilli would improve it.
Note Added
Note added by Jamie Waryn. 4 years ago
5. Buffalo Chicken Bites