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    The Hairy Dieters

    Anyone cooking from it? Made my second meal today, gorgeous!!!

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    my hubby saw the book today, i think we'll be picking it up tomorrow as i LOVE these guys! good to know someone else is working with them!

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    Try the chilli salad bowl first really filling and lovely (if you eat meat).

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    those crumpets don't 'alf look amazing also.... so many meal ideas for under 400cals too, and the under 300cal ones mean DOUBLE PORTIONS!!!! wooooooooot!

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    had the crumpets wow they was bloody lovely

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    I've done the beef and ale casserole yum yum. Need to dig it out again. My hubs wants the pizza dough pies making one day! And I must do the chilli bowls!!

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    Did the spicy bean and vegtable stew, really nice, trying g the cajun chicken and wedges tonight. X

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    Quote Originally Posted by PandaNate View Post
    Did the spicy bean and vegtable stew, really nice, trying g the cajun chicken and wedges tonight. X
    Let me know how it goes, my hubby's got his eye on them !

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    Both are gorgeous, you actually make a pot of their spice up for the chicken and have loads left over.. wedges were gorgeous, second meal we just had the chicken in wraps.

    So I've lived on the spicy bean and vegtable stew for a few days. I put off eating it thinking it would taste just like a bowl of vegetables, everytime I had it for dinner I was surprised by it lol... its gorgeous, loads of flavour!

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    Well I've just bought the bits for the skinny lasagne for Saturday night. So will let u know how it goes!!! Looking forward to the cheese cos I've been buying low fat recently but got the extra mature as it says mmmmm

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    i've made the Paprika Chicken, the breaded chicken and the Beef and Ale Casserole. These recipes are amazing and taste sooo nice!

    Also having a fussy OH... he LOVES the idea of all the recipes he's seen in the book so far... looking through it now as i want to try something else!

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    The lasagne is in the oven, it's been emotional as my cat thought it would be a good idea to jump on my kitchen side and then drag my slices tomatoes down with her!!! So lasagne with no tomatoes on top hope it's nice anyway!

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    Wasn't so much a lasagne than a plate of mush!!! Tasted lovely I will definatley make the red and white sauce again but the leek layers I'm not convinced!!

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    made the cumin spiced veg (as a main, gorgeous), the mediterranean burgers (gorgeous), chilli bowls (though i copped out on the "bowl" part and just did chilli in wraps - but still, gorgeous); this week i'll be making the cod with parma ham (though it'll be pollack with prosciutto), spanish chicken, tuna pasta salad (as a main) and beef and ale casserole.

    loving it <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJo View Post
    Wasn't so much a lasagne than a plate of mush!!! Tasted lovely I will definatley make the red and white sauce again but the leek layers I'm not convinced!!
    I had the same experience with the skinny lasange, it was a nightmare to dish up and was a lot of effort blanching and layering leek sheets! I needed far more leek than the recipe stated too. It did taste very much like lasange to me which made it slightly worth all the fuss, but perhaps that's because it is lasange simply without pasta? Think I would make it again with lasange sheets, as I'm sure it's still lower in calories than other recipes.

    Have you tried any others since?

    I've made the chicken jalfrezi which I thought was lovely, and the cottage pie. Oh, and the breaded chicken is gorgeous, I make it every time we have stale bread instead of throwing the bread away, its such a treat.

    x

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