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  • Stove top lasange & salad

    Free recipe available by the healthy Mummy, if you google it :)

  • My friends and family really enjoy my homemade beef burgers and bacon and potato salad – there is never any left no matter how much I make.

  • Quinoa crusted chicken and Pumpkin, feta and rocket pasta is always a favourite and a meal that has been requested by friends when they come over

  • Anything with pasta, meat and cheese is always a hit

  • When I was 19 I started realisimg how distant our family was becoming, so I started a Nerf gun and Taco night at home invitinf all the sivlings and my closest friends. It worked well for 2 years.

  • Mexican dishes are a family favourite.

  • My late husband used to love it when I made roast pork with crackling and roast vegetables. I always made my own gravy. For a dessert everyone loved the cheesecakes I made. The one that always goes down a treat is my Strawberry and Marshmallow cheesecake (not baked).

  • I make chicken, mushroom and leek risotto with the pressure cooker. Amazing in just 7 minutes

  • My favourite dish is Thai Ginger Chicken – it is a local recipe and tastes great.

  • Mine is Home made pizzas.

  • Unbaked lemon cheese cake for sure! Only 5 ingredients and easy to make. Always a crowd pleaser

  • My boiled fruit cake, it’s my great grandmother’s recipe, I can do up to 40 as everyone loves them.

  • My spaghetti bol, chickpea and potato curry, and brownies are always winners, but the golden ticket is my salad.
    Favourite greens,
    Roasted cherry tomatoes with brown sugar and balsamic vinegar,
    Chopped cashews,
    Topped with lemon juice and balsamic vinegar.

  • My go to is called Chicken Ala Stacey – but you can insert your own name or call it whatever you want????

    – Cut 2 large chicken breast in half lengthways
    – Place in a baking dish and baste with Sundried tomato pesto (available at Aldi)
    – Bake in oven on 180 degrees fan forced oven for 15 or so minutes, turning the chicken halfway through
    – while the chicken is cooking mash 2 avocados
    – line baking tray with baking paper and place pieces of baked chicken on tray (set aside left over pesto from baking dish)
    – top chicken with smashed avocado, 2 slices of hot sorpressa salami or 4 slices of normal salami and 1 slice of jarlsberg cheese each
    – Bake in oven until cheese is just melted (do not overcook)
    – drizzle with leftover pesto and serve with the side dish of you choice.

    Bon appetit

  • Lasagne is a big hit with a side salad and garlic bread

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