What are you making for dinner?

edited 3 May 2020 at 12:05AM in Old style MoneySaving
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  • Pixie_FairydustPixie_Fairydust Forumite
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    Oops what are you having for dinner! Please ignore B & L! 🤣
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  • JILJIL Forumite
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    It was such a lovely evening, that we drove to a local town bought fish and chips and ate them on a blanket by the river. It was a very pleasant change.
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    IslandmaidIslandmaid Forumite
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    edited 22 June 2019 at 10:36AM
    We are taking MIL out for afternoon tea, so dinner will be a snack later

    Hi Pixie :D
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  • kerri_gtkerri_gt Forumite
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    Oops what are you having for dinner! Please ignore B & L! 🤣

    Welcome Pixie pull up a chair at our virtual table. Feel free to included B & L if you wish...we're not strict on here :D

    Dinner yesterday was a bit of CBA tomato and cheese pasta. Waiting for pay day....seems to be taking forever...
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  • VintageHistorianVintageHistorian Forumite
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    Got some YS gammon from Tesco the other day, so will get that out of the freezer and have it with some homemade potato wedges, fried eggs, and peas!
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  • C_JC_J Forumite
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    Tonight it's skinless boneless cod fillets (about £3 for two at Aldeee) oven-poached in milk plus added spices, and served with green lentils which have been simmered in a pan of HM chicken stock along with finely diced onion, red chilli, green pepper and garlic.

    Pud is HM pancakes filled with Nutella and sliced banana (there were two to use up), and served with a drizzle of cream.
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    Honey and mustard sausages from the freezer stock and mash with chives.
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  • JILJIL Forumite
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    I bought some cauliflower and chickpea balls and read on the packet they could be served in a curry sauce. So husband was having fish curry and I used half the sauce for this purpose. I'm not a fan and wont be doing that again. We had biriani rice with it, that husband made.

    Icecream with a flake in it for afters.
  • I'll almost certainly be cooking sausage pasta tonight. I tend to make a tomato based sauce, bulked out with veggies, and often flavoured with paprika to give it a chorizo-y/ Spanish style flavour.
  • Pixie_FairydustPixie_Fairydust Forumite
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    kerri_gt wrote: »
    Welcome Pixie pull up a chair at our virtual table. Feel free to included B & L if you wish...we're not strict on here :D...

    Thank you for the welcome 😃

    C_J wrote: »
    Pud is HM pancakes filled with Nutella and sliced banana (there were two to use up), and served with a drizzle of cream.

    Wow this sounds heavenly!

    Tonight I’m making sweet n sour Linda Mc pulled chicken with noodles and spring rolls. Never made before so bit of an experiment!!

    Pix
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