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moozoboozo Wed 17-Aug-05 19:23:47

Anyone got any ideas for some really cheap meals I can cook. We are seriously short this month, and we are getting bored of eating the same old thing day in day out. We have a share in an allotment, so that helps, but it's not enough. We live on a predominantly vegetarian diet, as I will only buy meat from the organic butchers down the road, which at the moment, I can't afford (We don't have meat all that often, but when we do, I'd rather have good stuff)

I'm open to all suggestions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

loujay Wed 17-Aug-05 19:34:05

Omlettes with loads of veg in??
Vegetable pasta with a tin of tomatoes thrown in?
Brain now not working, will have a think and come back to you

meggymoo Wed 17-Aug-05 19:34:06

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meggymoo Wed 17-Aug-05 19:39:10

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moozoboozo Wed 17-Aug-05 19:43:02

Oooh, lovely, thank you!!!

Moo, what's the recipe for chick pea and potato curry? Sounds delish!!!!

trefusis Wed 17-Aug-05 20:00:15

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CountessDracula Wed 17-Aug-05 20:05:28

try these

meggymoo Wed 17-Aug-05 22:50:43

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Milge Wed 17-Aug-05 22:54:42

Pancakes filled with veg and cheese sauce

SueW Thu 18-Aug-05 00:06:34

Twice baked potatoes. Bake pots. Halve. Scoop out insides. Mix with cheese, spring onions (optional), sour cream (optional). Refill skins. Bake/reheat for 20 mins or until slightly crusted on top.

Vary as you wish. Can be served alone for a light meal or as potato accomapniment.

My mum's been making them for years bu I only heard them called this name this summer in the US. Until now, I've always called them cheesy jackets

moozoboozo Thu 18-Aug-05 12:31:25

You are all wonderful. I knew MNers would come up with the goods!!! [creep]

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