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  • C_JC_J Forumite
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    So many delicious meals being prepared - this thread always makes me feel hungry!

    Tonight I am slinging some peeled jumbo prawns into a wok with garlic and chilli, some courgette ribbons and a little swirl of cream. It's very quick and easy, but so tasty.
  • Lucy5781Lucy5781 Forumite
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    Been trying to think of something new to use up some frozen salmon. 
    I tend to go through Pintrest for inspiration, often trying to find one-pan or tray bake ideas as with a 2yr old and an almost 4yr old under my feet most of the time, less prep helps!!
    I've got a casserole dish with parboiled potatoes at the bottom, cream cheese/cremfraishe layer, steamed salmon flaked on top then filled with a milk and egg mix. It's currently in the oven. It's more of an autumn dish tbh but I needed the salmon used up and it's not quite as hot today as it has and will be later this week!
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  • kerri_gtkerri_gt Forumite
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    Lidl white fish, potato and green veg micro thing. Was actually quite nice.
    Eat out to Help out again planned tomorrow with a friend...meals out this month seem to be rapidly filling my diary,  usually eat out once in a blue moon, I'll be the size of a house by Sept 🤣 still, got about 6mths socialising to catch up on and at 50% off, rude not to.
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  • IslandmaidIslandmaid Forumite
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    Tonight was going to be Pork Larb in Lettuce cups, but the weather is a bit chillier than expected, so Thai Green Curry tonight, with rice for DH, Larb tomorrow when it’s going to heat up, predicted 30+ degrees 🥳 love it 😊 
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  • arielgirlarielgirl Forumite
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    Last night was an early, easy and quick meal of chicken and rice. We were expecting a shopping delivery between 6-7 idea was we would eat before it arrived. However the shopping arrived early at 5.45 while were eating... :D When it was packed away, we had a berry tart with ice cream.
    Tonight, corned beef, mash and cabbage. 
  • C_JC_J Forumite
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    Chilli and rice for us tonight, from a batch previously made and frozen. I can just about see daylight in the freezer now!
  • JazeeJazee Forumite
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    Paella for us tonight.
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    Tonight we had macaroni cheese, bacon and salad.
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  • Lucy5781Lucy5781 Forumite
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    Today I did a mix of prepped veg from Asda, in a tray with sauages and halloumi, drizzled the lot with balsamic glaze.
    I eat it with some microwave rice. Easy, tasty and not too bad for you.
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  • kerri_gtkerri_gt Forumite
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    Smoked salmon to start and pea and mint tortellini for main, 50% off courtesy of eat out to help out.  Lovely pub who usually have a lot of space between tables for buggies and dogs so didn't feel any different in that respect to normal. Was busy too. 
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