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Favourite mid week meal

I'd love to hear your families favourite one pot, mid week meal? What is quick and easy, less dishes and keeps your family satisfied on those busy days in between everyone's activities.

Last reply: 4th Feb 2017 / 6 replies / Post by Teegan

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annie

Posted by: annie
Posted: 17th Nov 2016

annie says: Some nights our family has 9 members for tea.It is so expensive the price of meat at the moment that I look for specials and try to make up stews or casseroles to feed everybody.Also I make a big batch of spaghetti bolognaise which goes down very well as well Reply

mymonkey

Posted by: mymonkey
Posted: 7th Dec 2016

annie says: Some nights our family has 9 members for tea.It is so expensive the price of meat at the moment that I look for specials and try to make up stews or casseroles to feed everybody.Also I make a big...

mymonkey says: Yes spaghetti has to be the emergency food, and no matter how many times you have it, it still tastes great... Reply

bettythrelfo

Posted by: bettythrelfo
Posted: 3rd Dec 2016

bettythrelfo says: I love using my crockpot... it is just so easy, and it does not matter whether you are trying to make soup, a main meal, or a dessert, in fact I also now and again make bread, I find this is the easiest of all, literally just set and forget... wonderful sizes are also available for families, I have a small and a large one.... great to throw mince in with all the flavourings and get it ready for spag boll. Reply

chelsb

Posted by: chelsb
Posted: 4th Dec 2016

chelsb says: A great meal is a mushroom and vegetable risotto, easy to make and very filling. Doesn't take too long to prepare or cook as canned or frozen vegetables can be used. Reply

Clairity

Posted by: Clairity
Posted: 11th Jan 2017

Clairity says: Spaghetti for sure. Plus you can involve the whole family by making someone grate cheese while another does the noodles etc. Plus, it really tastes good! Reply

bearman

Posted by: bearman
Posted: 4th Feb 2017

bearman says: Honey/ garlic/ soy chicken. Get a bag of chicken pieces from Wooworths; about $7 equals 23 pieces. cooking in pan with cup of sweet soy/ 2 cloves of crushed garlic, 3 table spoons of honey and half litre of stock. Turn several times and serve with vegetables if so desire but it is so finger licking you probably wont need them. Reply

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