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Children's dinner emergency!

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trefusis Wed 30-Mar-05 17:53:04

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sunnyskies Wed 30-Mar-05 17:53:56

Pasta !!!

trefusis Wed 30-Mar-05 17:56:24

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QueenEagle Wed 30-Mar-05 17:57:04

I heard somewhere that adding milk counteracts the spicyness. Have never tried it so don't know if it works or not!

Tinker Wed 30-Mar-05 17:59:29

Don't potatoes reduce the heat?

MunchedTooManyMarsLady Wed 30-Mar-05 18:00:26

like the milk idea, sure it's true. Mix a little and see.

Blu Wed 30-Mar-05 18:00:56

Give them a bit of the soup over extra cous cous if you have any left? Give them the soup - but have fish fingers ready? It won't hurt to give them ff for once, will it? And you don't want to give them a reaction against spicy food - you know what kids can be like!

MunchedTooManyMarsLady Wed 30-Mar-05 18:00:57

Also, please post recipe

lou33 Wed 30-Mar-05 18:02:04

add some cream?

CountessDracula Wed 30-Mar-05 18:03:36

beans on toast and scrambled egg with some veggies?

Tomato pasta with cheese grated on

trefusis Wed 30-Mar-05 18:17:24

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Freckle Wed 30-Mar-05 18:30:29

Coconut milk is supposed to reduce spicyness - not something everyone would have in their cupboard as a matter of course, but perhaps a useful "just in case" think to have lurking. You can get it in cartons with a very long shelf life.

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