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Takes little time.

 

Smoky streaky chopped add to hot wok.

Add small cut rabbit pieces.

Add a chopped onion.

Lots of black pepper.

After browning the meat add wine to take the heat away.

Add chopped peppers.

Make a rue and add to mix.

Adjust thickness with milk.

Add frozen veg and on low heat heat through.

Easy peasy real tasty :-)

 

U.

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Your idea of quick an easy is a lot different to mine pal, mines is a big bowl, a lot of weetabix and as much blue top cravendale as ye can fit in bowl lol

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Your idea of quick an easy is a lot different to mine pal, mines is a big bowl, a lot of weetabix and as much blue top cravendale as ye can fit in bowl lol

Mines take the lid of the biscuit tin,lol

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mine is make the wife make it an hour before ya ready what can be more quicker walk in on table :laugh:

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I think a fried egg sandwich is very underestimated.

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Takes little time.

 

Smoky streaky chopped add to hot wok.

Add small cut rabbit pieces.

Add a chopped onion.

Lots of black pepper.

After browning the meat add wine to take the heat away.

Add chopped peppers.

Make a rue and add to mix.

Adjust thickness with milk.

Add frozen veg and on low heat heat through.

Easy peasy real tasty :-)

 

U.

 

Sounds lovely. Certainly worth making

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Your all heathens lol.

Just fancy a bacon n egg sarny..

Oh I had a bacon and egg sarnie to die for earlier, mate gave me some home bred thick sliced bacon he had cold smoked, along with one of my free range eggs, now that really hit the spot, just wish I was able to make the bread
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Your all heathens lol.

Just fancy a bacon n egg sarny..

Oh I had a bacon and egg sarnie to die for earlier, mate gave me some home bred thick sliced bacon he had cold smoked, along with one of my free range eggs, now that really hit the spot, just wish I was able to make the bread
I can smell that bacon from here :-)

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My favourite quick meals are..

 

Chop up left over boiled potatoes (I always cook to many and keep em store in fridge, good for lots of quick meals) throw in frying pan with chopped chorizo and a bit of onion, a few chopped mushrooms aswell. Serve on crusty bread and butter.

 

Everytime I work in Lytham I buy a bag of cooked shrimps, then just have em on bread and butter with crispy lettuce from the garden. With a glass of ice cold chablis, I eat em dinner, tea and supper till they run out!

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Kettle pot noodle= quick, but your recipe sure sounds tasty

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Kettle pot noodle= quick, but your recipe sure sounds tasty

 

 

Not sure pot noodle ever appeared on the menu - as a student nurse we had very limited money but the electric was free, so cooking was fine - baked potato, stews, slow cook soups and so on. For quick meals - chopped up veg with a stock cube makes a great soup. Adding some meat is good, but not needed. Pasta with a cheese ( and bacon, optional ) sauce, omelette with various fillings - all very quick.

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pot noodle rip of lid tip contents in the bin and eat the tub theres more nutrition in it lol :laugh:

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