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Following on from the which recipe book could you not live without thread...

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DwayneDibbley Sat 07-Nov-09 22:06:31

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IdrisTheDragon Sat 07-Nov-09 22:07:25

My bolognese recipe is one I can do without needing to think too much.

preggersplayspop Sat 07-Nov-09 22:08:44


I would live off the stuff if it wasn't for my lovely husband cooking me decent food.

DwayneDibbley Sun 08-Nov-09 11:52:51

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bronze Sun 08-Nov-09 11:54:32

macaroni cheese (though dh would starve)

PyrotechnicToadstool Sun 08-Nov-09 11:58:20

Hmm probably risotto. Chicken and porcini mushrooms, or bacon peas and mint. Nom nom.

MayorNaze Sun 08-Nov-09 11:59:27

another vote for bolognaise, with or without meat

DwayneDibbley Sun 08-Nov-09 12:00:35

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DwayneDibbley Sun 08-Nov-09 12:03:13

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JANEITEluddite Sun 08-Nov-09 16:07:18

Baked risotto, which is a blueprint recipe and then I adapt it.

Or pasta with homemade pesto.

catless Sun 08-Nov-09 17:47:13

Paella. Easy peasy but never fails to impress.

Sagacious Sun 08-Nov-09 17:48:19

sausage and mash

DwayneDibbley Sun 08-Nov-09 17:57:28

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PyrotechnicToadstool Sun 08-Nov-09 18:06:09

Oh sorry Dwanye (I do love your name) I meant to come back to this earlier:

Get some chicken stock simmering on the hob - a litre? I end up topping up from the kettle when it's all gone

Fry off an onion or a few shallots, then add some chopped bacon for a few minutes (if using cooked ham just chuck it in later)

Add some arborio rice (250g for three people? ish? that includes a toddler though) and then a glass of wine - when wine absorbed add the stock bit by bit

When nearly done add peas, mint, parmesan (and the ham if using cooked)

Gobble it all up and save some for meeeee

DwayneDibbley Sun 08-Nov-09 20:27:35

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