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Posted - 15 September 2003 :  11:26:47 AM  Show Profile Send n/a/1 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Here is a quick, simple and nutritious snack.

Minimum effort involved - my type of cooking LOL!

Empty 1 large tin of baked beans into a micowaveable dish. Cut up a piece of cheese into small chunks and bung on top.

Add curry powder as to taste and black pepper.

Mix all together and pop into the microwave and cook for about 4 mins stirring every so often.

Make sure the cheese is all melty - YUM!

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Posted - 15 September 2003 :  4:47:53 PM  Show Profile Send Beacon Girl a Private Message  Reply with Quote
That sounds right up my street, simple to do no preparation needed. Considering I love food ,I do not like cooking at all.But I will try and have a go at the recipes that are put on here if they don't take too long as I have no patience , usually rush the job and make a mess of it .

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Posted - 15 September 2003 :  8:26:13 PM  Show Profile  Send Gemini a Yahoo! Message Send Gemini a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Don't you worry BG, i've got loads of recipes that look really impressive, but take about 15 minutes to knock together!!

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Posted - 16 September 2003 :  7:15:08 PM  Show Profile Send Moonraker a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Try these sausage baguettes girls.
Grill two large sausages. I prefer a good Cumberland myself. Fry half an onion in a little butter and a spot of oil. When the onions a half cooked, add a large desertspoon of Branston pickle to the frying pan. Then slice the grilled sausages into the same pan and cook till the onions are soft. While the mixture is cooking put two baguettes into a pre heated oven and warm them up till the crust is crisp. Split the baguettes down the middle, spread a little butter inside then fill with the mixture from the frying pan
Goes well with a can or two of bitter.

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