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what to do for dinner tonight

muckyangel Avatar
6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
This has worked well for me in the past i thought i would try again.

so any tasty sugestions on what i can do for dinner. I have a hour before I leave work to go shopping so not a roast or anything that will take to long.

rep left for the one i pick and for any others i think will be worth a try.
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Chicken and bacon casserole. just get a sachet mix, and lob it in a roaster with chicken, bacon, onion, shrooms, peppers, few carrots in you fancy and any other veg that floats your boat. nice and easy for a week day evening.
#2
beans on toast :)



I'm guessing no rep for me :p
#3
Jacket Potatoes, Salad, Boiled Egg, Chicken Drumsticks - Lush!
#4
Marina
beans on toast :)



I'm guessing no rep for me :p


Had that last night::-D
#6
faggots ........
#7
Pasta Chunk is a nice one

One jar of pasta sauce
Pork Susages chopped in to chunks and fried
pasta cooked

Mix all together in the pan and serve with a little grated cheese

mmmmm:)
#8
Prawn stir fry. Quick and easy if you buy the pre-packed veg and the straight to pan noodles.
#9
mikebike
Pasta Chunk is a nice one

One jar of pasta sauce
Pork Susages chopped in to chunks and fried
pasta cooked

Mix all together in the pan and serve with a little grated cheese

mmmmm:)


I've done that before, but never heard it called pasta chunk... lol
#10
grilled marinated mackeral (from fish counter) baby sweetcorn and sugarsnap peas mixed together with a lil butter and some potatoes...healthy-ish and yum.quick to cook too
#11
Spag bol,its a no brainer,even i can cook it.:thumbsup:
#12
Isnt it about time you were wined n dined?

Be in that italian restaurant near your office at 6:00 , i'll be the 1 with the bushy tail :thumbsup:
1 Like #13
Sausage meat surprise:oops:

My kids love it and it's quick and cheap lol

Sausage meat in a dish, chuck in a tin of chopped tomato's and a tin of sweetcorn then top with mash (like cottage pie) wahla (know that's spelt wrong too:oops: ) :-D
#14
ChipSticks
I've done that before, but never heard it called pasta chunk... lol


Well its what we call it :oops:
#15
quack and chips.
#16
transit
Isnt it about time you were wined n dined?

Be in that italian restaurant near your office at 6:00 , i'll be the 1 with the bushy tail :thumbsup:


ok dont stand me up now;-)
#17
mikebike
Well its what we call it :oops:


I like it, lol. it's now what we call it too!! :thumbsup: :-D
#18
hannah19790
Sausage meat surprise:oops:

My kids love it and it's quick and cheap lol

Sausage meat in a dish, chuck in a tin of chopped tomato's and a tin of sweetcorn then top with mash (like cottage pie) wahla (know that's spelt wrong too:oops: ) :-D


Voila.
#19
starsparkle2311;7795673
cheese on top is nice:)
edit: what's rep?


I dunno either, i'm guessing chocolates :p
#20
DragonChris
Voila.


lol that's the one!! :oops: Thanks
#21
Chippy tea
#22
PhilthyPhil
Spag bol,its a no brainer,even i can cook it.:thumbsup:


spag bol is every mans go to meal :lol: we can all cook it but nothing else lol
#23
Chilli with baked potatoes or rice, and a nice salad or
Spaghetti carbonara
#24
haggis and chips,takes an hour to cook though
:thumbsup:
#25
micoo
spag bol is every mans go to meal :lol: we can all cook it but nothing else lol


Speak for yourself mate,lol.
OP was after quick &easy.:)
Im a dab hand with the wok etc,and have even found the hidden drawer in the washing machine that the vim goes in. (joke,you prob don't remember vim lol);-)
banned#26
Made this last night, Best LASAGNE I have EVER tasted (including italian restaurants!). Nice one Gordon!

[FONT="]Gordon Ramsay's classic lasagne al forno[/FONT]
Serves 4

Ingredients

[LIST]
[*]3 tbsp olive oil
[*]1 onion, peeled
[*]1 large carrot, peeled
[*]4 cloves garlic, peeled
[*]3 pinches dried oregano
[*]500g minced beef
[*]1.5 tbsp tomato purée
[*]1.5 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
[*]1 to 2 bay leaves
[*]50ml (3 tbsp) red wine
[*]6400g tin chopped tomatoes
[*]80ml milk
[*]Salt and freshly ground black pepper[/LIST] For the sauce

[LIST]
[*]40g butter
[*]40g flour
[*]500ml milk
[*]Pinch of ground nutmeg
[*]100g Cheddar cheese, grated
[*]50g Parmesan cheese, grated
[*]9 sheets of 'non-cook' lasagne sheets[/LIST] METHOD
[FONT="]1.[/FONT] Pre-heat the oven to 225°C.

[FONT="]2.[/FONT] Heat the olive oil in a hot pan. Grate the onion and carrot and crush the garlic before frying together. Season with the bay leaf, a pinch of oregano, Worcestershire sauce and a little salt and pepper. Allow the onion to soften before making a well in the centre of the pan. Place the mince in the middle of the pan and stir to break it up. Add the tomato puree and allow to cook out for 30 seconds. Continue until all the meat has browned nicely. Add the wine and cook off the alcohol before adding the tomatoes. Leave to simmer for a further 2-3 minutes. Finally add the milk, turn off the heat and set aside

[FONT="]3.[/FONT] To make the cheese sauce, first melt the butter in a saucepan. Add the flour and using a wooden spoon, stir to form a paste. Over a gentle heat add a third of the milk, whisking to prevent any lumps forming. Add the rest of the milk a third at a time, whisking as you go. Season with salt and pepper and a pinch of ground nutmeg. Allow the sauce to cook out for another minute before adding the Cheddar cheese. Stir and remove from the

[FONT="]4.[/FONT] Spoon half of the meat sauce into the bottom of the baking dish and place pasta sheets on top (break the sheets if necessary to avoid any overlapping). Next, pour in just under half of the cheese sauce, and spread evenly using a spatula before spooning the remaining meat on top. Add the final layer of pasta and use the spatula to pour over the remaining cheese sauce.

[FONT="]5.[/FONT] Finish with the grated Parmesan and sprinkle with another pinch of oregano. Add a light seasoning of salt and pepper before cleaning the edges of the dish and placing in the oven to bake for 20-25 minutes, or until golden brown.
#27
for above she said something quick lol!
banned#28
muffin247;7810402
for above she said something quick lol!

LOL - I'm no chef and it took 20 minutes to put together and 25 to cook

you carry on with your ready meal lols :whistling:

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