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Food, Drink & Dining Out What did you cook for dinner last night?

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by nicky, Aug 21, 2007.

  1. nicky

    nicky Brownlow Medallist

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    .......I made a yummy meal last night. Belted some pork steaks with a mullet then marinated in a beaten egg, djon musted, oregano, salt and pepper. Lightly covered with bread crumbs and grated parmesan cheese.... Fried them until golden brown...

    The crispy pork steaks were placed on a bed of pipless diced tomatoes and cos lettuce marinated with a minced garlic clove, lemon and olive oil.

    Superb..........:thumbsu:
     
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  2. viccles

    viccles Premiership Player

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    Weight watchers lasagna. I'm embarrassed.
     
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  3. nicky

    nicky Brownlow Medallist

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    as you SHOULD be ;) ;)
     
  4. Mr X

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    Pasta bake last night.

    Corkscrew pasta, with a homemade sauce of minced beef, bacon, hungerian salami, a couple of chopped tomoatoes, tomato paste, mushroon, capsicum, carrots, garlic, oregano, tomato and barbeque sauce, with a topping of blended breadcrumbs and tasty cheese, went OK, just a little dry.

    Night before had salsa chicken rice casserole. Rice with chicken breast, salsa, cream of chicken and mushroom soup, onion topped with cheese. That went pretty well!
     
  5. Norfolk & Clew

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    Mrs made chicken chow mein, dunno what she did but it was unreal
     
  6. Mrs_Smooth

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    i cooked coke chicken (chicken cooked in coca cola and french onion soup, yes i know sounds weird) but tastes great!!! potato bake and vegies.

    :)
     
  7. Aussie Assault

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    Haha. Are you serious? I have never heard of anyone cooking something in coke? Thats great.. :thumbsu:
     
  8. Norfolk & Clew

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    I'm surprised the chicken didn't dissolve
     
  9. carntheroos4eva

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    I didn't cook my dinner last night. I had weetbix and pureed peach with soy milk for dinner last night. That was good. I will be having the same tonight.
     
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    geez haven't had that for years, 'cept my mum used Tab.

    Tonight I'm cooking chicken breast coated in a mayo and curry powder then rolled in seasoned stuffing mix with veges.:thumbsu:
     
  11. Mrs_Smooth

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    coke website has heaps of recipes
     

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  12. Jeremias

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    We had chicken that my mum cooked left over from Friday dinner.

    Chuck it in the microwave for 1 minute, et voila. Dinner is served!
     
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    A very uninteresting ham & cheese roll.

    Actually it was quite good, but I didn't get home til midnight, which is quite usual these days, so I couldn't be bothered cooking.
     
  14. Lynch takes a mark

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    very large chicken breast - marinated & then grilled under the oven

    2 potatoes, cut into to 1/4's & baked then lightly covered in left over marinate

    some string beans & some carrots

    pretty much replace chicken with Steak or roast chicken & then mix the veg around (steamed potato & small trees) & then add spagbol twice a week & you have my dinner

    easy to make, for the most part very good for you & very cheap & tasty
     
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    Made some Tacos. They were pretty good:thumbsu:
     
  16. nicky

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    HI mrs smooth, that sounds wonderful. Is it chinese inspired because my chinese friend makes chicken cooked in coke and beer... mmm mmm mmmm:thumbsu:
     
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    READY ROAST tonight delivered!
     
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    I'm a vegetarian. Last night I made my quick and easy meal of fried rice. Mix onion flakes, herbs, chili and garlic sauce, ginger and soy sauce into a marinate. Cook the rice in a rice cooker then marinate. Cook some frozen veges. Cook the rice in a wok using olive oil and mix in the frozen veges. Just before you finish cooking mix in a tablespoon of mango chutney and a few raisins.

    Delicious, even if I do say so myself.:thumbsu:
     
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    Veal stir fry. Very tasty.
     
  20. Constipated Duck

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    Today : chicken, green beans and bok choy stir fried with SE-Asian black pepper sauce, served on nuked long-grain rice. Pretty spicy stuff. Will also be tomorrow's lunch for work.

    Last night : fried leberkaese (spiced German meat loaf), eaten as sandwiches.
     
  21. Aussie Assault

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    Tonight I cooked some Garlic Fried Chicken, with scalloped potatoes and carrots/beans. Very nice.
     
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    Chicken mushroom and a sparrow arse rissotto
     
  23. daddy_4_eyes

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    So quick and easy to make its always my solution when i just can't be stuffed :thumbsu:
     
  24. Norfolk & Clew

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    Same can be said about Gnocci which is what i had, so simple and tastes damn good
     
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    Roast Beef and Roast Veg and Gravy
     
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