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I made this cous cous salad with sundried tomatoes:
https://www.recipetineats.com/couscous-salad-feta/
Super quick, easy and delicious! I made it for what I thought was going to be a bbq but turned out to be just some finger food and snacks, so without plates and forks I didn't even put it out. I ate it for lunch every day for the week instead!
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She posted a Christmas Chicken recipe yesterday so I tried that for dinner tonight. I liked it, kids weren’t really into it.
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I’ve done the meringue slab before, but as 4x different sections with different toppings. Was easy and looked great. Will be doing again this year as it’s gluten free
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Just as a report back - the cake was OUTRAGEOUSLY good. I may cook a few more and do them as gifts again
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Excellent to know!!
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#56

I'm trying her Magic Broccoli tonight to have with lamb chops.

I did make her chocolate caramel slice on the weekend and got lots of praise.
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Is it weird that I'm excited that Harris Farm has come to Brisbane? Nagi mentions them all the time so I'm going for a stickybeak this weekend
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riotproof wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 9:17 am
Tinsel wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 1:43 am DH loves Nagi's Chop Suey (Chicken Stir Fry).
We like that one too. Very good with noodles as well.
Her cashew nut chicken is also good, as is the beef and broccoli stir fry.
I keep the Charlie Brown sauce in the fridge for wing it stir fries too.
I'm making cashew chicken today for DH's lunches this week! It's his favourite

Finding Nagi and Recipe Tin was one of the biggest pluses of Covid lockdown, so much more time to cook at home and we all needed delicious and comforting food that was easy to make.
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We are going away for a week after Christmas so I am going to use Nagi's Quarantine Menu Plan to help plan meals and make a shopping list.

https://www.recipetineats.com/coronavirus-menu-plan-1/
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JustCurious100 wrote: Wed Dec 16, 2020 10:17 am Is it weird that I'm excited that Harris Farm has come to Brisbane? Nagi mentions them all the time so I'm going for a stickybeak this weekend
Oh I didn't realise she did.

I used to live across from one, and now live a short drive from one of their more 'concept' store, so retailers inside, i.e. Hudson Meats, as well as their own brand.

I do rate them!
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Ozgirl wrote: Wed Dec 16, 2020 7:40 pm
JustCurious100 wrote: Wed Dec 16, 2020 10:17 am Is it weird that I'm excited that Harris Farm has come to Brisbane? Nagi mentions them all the time so I'm going for a stickybeak this weekend
Oh I didn't realise she did.

I used to live across from one, and now live a short drive from one of their more 'concept' store, so retailers inside, i.e. Hudson Meats, as well as their own brand.

I do rate them!
I have noticed sometimes she says she gets certain ingredients from there so I'm dying for a look.

If you're after a raging Saturday out come trawling a supermarket with me 😂

I do feel like a mega creeper now though lol
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JustCurious100 wrote: Wed Dec 16, 2020 7:47 pm
Ozgirl wrote: Wed Dec 16, 2020 7:40 pm
JustCurious100 wrote: Wed Dec 16, 2020 10:17 am Is it weird that I'm excited that Harris Farm has come to Brisbane? Nagi mentions them all the time so I'm going for a stickybeak this weekend
Oh I didn't realise she did.

I used to live across from one, and now live a short drive from one of their more 'concept' store, so retailers inside, i.e. Hudson Meats, as well as their own brand.

I do rate them!
I have noticed sometimes she says she gets certain ingredients from there so I'm dying for a look.

If you're after a raging Saturday out come trawling a supermarket with me 😂

I do feel like a mega creeper now though lol
Harrisfarm are very good. Sign up for their email specials. They often have quite good specials, even in meat if the store carries those. The imperfect picks range are often really good value.

I can’t go anymore because my closest one is in a super annoying shopping centre and is like 25 minutes drive.. it’s not actually that far, but it is a pita.
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Its about 15-20 minutes from me but I don't mind a drive. Thanks for the tip! 2ill sign up now
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JustCurious100 wrote: Wed Dec 16, 2020 7:47 pm
Ozgirl wrote: Wed Dec 16, 2020 7:40 pm
JustCurious100 wrote: Wed Dec 16, 2020 10:17 am Is it weird that I'm excited that Harris Farm has come to Brisbane? Nagi mentions them all the time so I'm going for a stickybeak this weekend
Oh I didn't realise she did.

I used to live across from one, and now live a short drive from one of their more 'concept' store, so retailers inside, i.e. Hudson Meats, as well as their own brand.

I do rate them!
I have noticed sometimes she says she gets certain ingredients from there so I'm dying for a look.

If you're after a raging Saturday out come trawling a supermarket with me 😂

I do feel like a mega creeper now though lol
LOL!
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This will be getting eaten with friends this coming week :-P Christmas Trifle
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I’m trying the Christmas tree pavlova tomorrow wish me luck.
Having the Chinese crispy pork belly tonight.
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We had Nagis strawberry, avocado and spinach salad today - delish! So yummy and so festive. Will definitely make this again
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#68

Did the stuffing and trifle for Christmas lunch 1 today and they were great.

Doing the Juicy Roast Turkey, slow cooker roast lamb leg, gravy and duck fat potatoes for Christmas lunch 2 tomorrow, none of which I've made before - eep.
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caitiri wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 2:33 pm I’m trying the Christmas tree pavlova tomorrow wish me luck.
How did you go? Mine looked great....at first and then it became the Leaning Tree of Pisa and ended up an Eatons Mess. But tasted great.
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I did Nagi’s maple ham glaze which was amazing. And made the couscous and sun dried tomato salad to take to Christmas lunch which everyone loved.
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riotproof wrote: Sat Dec 12, 2020 9:13 am Has anyone made this https://www.recipetineats.com/slow-cook ... -shawarma/

I thought the cardamom was a huge amount and also out of place? Do you think she meant cinnamon?
Anyway I ignored the cardamom and added about half a teaspoon of cinnamon and the same of allspice.
I've only made this spice mix as a marinade for chicken and it's great. But I love the taste of cardamom!
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#72

I made the never ending meringue yesterday for lunch. It was great. Very easy to make, looked fantastic and tasted great too.
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Kreme wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 11:52 pm I did Nagi’s maple ham glaze which was amazing. And made the couscous and sun dried tomato salad to take to Christmas lunch which everyone loved.
I made the maple ham glaze as well. Gosh it was good. Cooking the ham for longer at a low temp kept it very tender.
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caitiri wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 2:33 pm I’m trying the Christmas tree pavlova tomorrow wish me luck.
Having the Chinese crispy pork belly tonight.
I’ve got my pavlova rounds in the oven right now to assemble for tonight’s dessert.
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#75

I made her Baked Brie yesterday. It was a big hit.
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