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    Quote Originally Posted by billydickfingers View Post
    or... walk to burger king. buy burger. eat burger. never have to worry about a nut and lettuce salade...
    Walk to Burger King. Spend £4 on greasy pile of shite. Eat greasy pile of shite. Be hungry half an hour later.

    Salmon pasta -
    Boil water, put in pasta - fresh or dry, doesn't matter.
    Lightly fry garlic cloves, onions, diced courgette, lemon wedge and a small amount of red pepper in olive oil, adding a dash of white wine if you've got it, until done.
    Chop up some salmon, doesn't have to be loads, or skip altogether.
    Chop up a load of fresh dill.
    Get some creme fraiche/sour cream and mix with the cooked veg with the salmon and pasta. Sprinkle a fuckload of dill on top. Eat.

    Wrap pizzas -
    Get a bag of tortilla wraps and spread tomato puree and chopped garlic over the wraps.
    Add chopped courgette, tomato, pepper, mushroom, finely diced onion - any veg that cooks quickly or can be eaten raw.
    Grate a load of cheddar, feta and/or goats cheese on top, cook for 10 minutes and eat.

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    Am a huge fan of the salmon pasta (never put vegs in mine though; no onions either, just salmon, dill, lemon juice, cream, salt and pepper... come to think of it marinated sweet peppers would probably fit in there well too).
    Cheap, tasty, will feed all your mates and if there are leftovers that's a good pasta bake or pasta salad sorted for the next day !

    Pasta alla carbonara will never get old either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kemnaycunt View Post
    get some bacon, grill thhe fuck outta it then stick it in aroll with some reggaereggae sauce an half a bottle o tabasco
    Now that's my kind of cooking.
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    sweet chilli chicken and basil

    4 chicken drumstick, 4 chicken thighs, 3 carrots in matchsticks, 3 cellery sticks the same, one chilli fresh diced, sweet chilli sauce, soy sauce, basil.

    score the thighs and drumsticks and brush with soy sauce, fry over low heat for 20 til browned, add carrots and cellery sticks, fry for 5 to 7, add 3 tbsp os sweet chiil sauce and fresh chilli, simmer for 2.

    serve attop noodles and garmish with basil leaves

    fucking lovely

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    foot long bagette
    pot noodle
    chips
    or Chicken mc sandwich meal.
    pre skate any way..

    other wise its cerial.
    alreeeeet

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    Put two sausage rolls in the microwave. Put in bread with a mixture of ketchup and mayo. Hey presto sausage roll and seafood sauce sarnies.

    I seem to be noticing a theme to my eating habits here!
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    Sweet Chilli Chicken Stir Fry

    First of all, put some rice on the boil.
    Then chop onions, peppers and garlic and fry in oil and chilli powder in a wok.
    I've been getting into eating veggie chicken pieces but obviously you could use real chicken too, either way whack that in the wok too.
    Chicken and the rice should be ready about the same time, drain the rice and put that in the wok too (you'll probably need to add more oil to stop it sticking).
    Drizzle some sweet chilli sauce on top (seen little bottles of this on offer in various places).
    Stir it all up for about a minute and serve.

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    This was my delicious afternoon culinary delight, which I shall give you the recipe for.

    Take one Snickers bar, hot cup of tea, one roll up. Consume as quickly as possible.

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    I have a 'don't'.

    Don't eat 100g of fruit and nut chocolate and half a bottle of stale red wine for breakfast. You'll get a migraine.

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    Just rustled this up for tea, fucking tasty.

    Get some pasta on the boil, fuseli is rad for this.

    Roughly chop 3 cloves of garlic, one onion, and some (red) peppers.

    Lightly fry the above, you don't want any random crunchy buggers in your pasta.

    Once your pasta has boiled, drain it, mix your onions etc in with pasta then pop some pesto in, I usually put like a spoonfuls worth in.

    Serve on a bed of rocket leaves, lightly grate some mozerella on top if you have any.

    Done.

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    Boil water in the kettle.

    Put the super noodles into the bowl.

    Pour in the flavoring.

    Pour in the water so it goes over just over a half of the bulk of the super noodles.

    Leave for a few minutes.

    Try to pick it up with 2 forks. If it is going soft, it's ready for cooking, if not, go back to step 5.

    Place it in the microwave and set it to cook for 4:50.

    Cook it (no need to cover it).

    Take it out of the microwave with oven gloves.

    Stir for a little while and add cheese if you want.
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    i got up and made myself a banging bacon egg sassauge sarnie this morning!

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    spinach and tofu on toast

    my new favourite snack

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    Pretty basic but for a nice tasty snack I have been getting into cheese and toast with a spread of wholegrain mustard under the cheese and a bit of black pepper on top. Wholegrain mustard is amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebighoppa View Post
    Wholegrain mustard is amazing.
    It is indeed.
    Next time you cook sausages, once the sausages are done keep them on a plate, under a salad bowl (in order to keep 'em warm), throw some white wine in the pan, make it boil, then add cream, chopped onions, salt, pepper, parsley and wholegrain mustard. Mix it all with a spoon. When it looks like a sauce just put the sausages back in there for a minute and serve.
    A drop of balsamic vinegar in the mix can be nice too.
    This, with pasta, rice or even better, fried potatoes and sweet peppers, mmhhhhhh...

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