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    Can recommend Petes Pork chops in Diet Coke... very nice it was last night.

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    Pete’s Stuffed Butternut Squash-2013

    Pete’s Stuffed Butternut Squash-2013

    Serves 2

    Ingredients

    1 Small butternut squash, halved & de-seeded (s) (sff)
    1 Red onion, finely chopped (s) (sff)
    1 Chilli, deseeded & finely chopped (s) (sff)
    1tsp cumin
    225g Extra lean beef mince (ff)
    350ml Passata (s) (sff)
    400g Red kidney beans, drained & washed (ff)

    Method

    Pre-heat the oven to 180C. Cut the butternut squash in half, lengthways, scoop out the seeds & remove some of the interior flesh, place on an oven-proof tray, then spray with frylight, roast for 40-45 until it’s nicely browned & the interior is soft.
    In the meantime cook onion & chilli until soft then add the cumin, mix well, add the beef & brown then add passata, the drained kidney beans & cook for 20 mins, remove the butternut squash from the oven, fill with the mince & serve in warmed bowls.


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    Pete’s Aloo Gobi-2013

    Pete’s Aloo Gobi-2013

    Serves 2

    Ingredients

    1 Onion, finely chopped (s) (sff)
    1 Cinnamon Stick
    1 Knorr veg. stockpot
    1tsp Turmeric
    1tsp Cumin
    1tsp Coriander
    1tbsp Sweetener
    1tbsp Panch Phoron
    1tbsp garam masala
    2 garlic, finely chopped (sff)
    2 Bay leaves
    200mL Hot water
    300g Cauliflower florets (s) (sff)
    300g Maris pipers potatoes, cut into 1cm pieces (ff)
    410g Tomatoes (s) (sff)

    Method

    Heat a large frying pan sprayed with frylight, when hot add the Panch Phoron, cook until the seeds start to “pop”, add the onion, bay leaves, cinnamon stick, garlic & stockpot, reduce the heat & cook until the onions are soft. Add all the spices except Garam Masala & mix together, add the tomatoes, hot water & sweetener, cauliflower & potatoes, bring to the boil then reduce the heat and cook for 20-30 until the potatoes are cooked & soft, add the Garam Masala, continue to cook for 5 mins & serve in warmed dishes. Remove the bay leaves & cinnamon stick before eating.
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    Pete’s veg soup with macaroni (2013)

    Pete’s veg soup with macaroni (2013)

    Serves 4

    Ingredients

    1 Carrot, cut into small cubes (s) (sff)
    1 Onion, cut into small cubes (s) (sff)
    1 Red Onion, cut into small cubes (s) (sff)
    1 Garlic clove, finely chopped (sff)
    1 Celery stick, finely chopped (s) (sff)
    1Tbsp Sweetener
    3 Bay leaves
    100g Macaroni (ff)
    400g Red Kidney Beans, drained & washed(s) (ff)
    400g tomatoes (s) (sff)
    500mL stock made with a Knorr “stockpot”
    Salt & pepper

    Method

    In a deep pan sprayed with frylight, cook the onions & garlic until soft, add carrots, celery, tomatoes, red kidney beans, stock & bay leaves, bring to the boil then reduce the heat & simmer for 15 mins, taste and season as required, add the macaroni and cook for a further 5 mins, remove bay leaves and serve in hot bowls.

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    Hi Pete I love ur peanut curry its amazing!

    Do u make these all up yourself? X

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    fatty no more.can you tell me .how much water .did you add to the stock cube.as i think i added to much .500m .realy enjoyed it .

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    What stock cube? As in the curry?

    U don't add any? X

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    In the peanut curry you have 200mL stock, 1 Knorr herb stockpot+water!

    Most of my recipes are my own idea.
    I think about something I fancy then I look up recipes on the internet, I get a few then pull them apart, convert to SW wherever I can and based on the ingredients that I have, make it! When I first started on SW I converted all my favourite meals, that way it didn't appear to be a "diet".
    Enjoy!
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    thank you i think i did it wrong but it just.took a bit longer .will be trying more of your recipes .as i realy like the choise of things i can try .you are a big help .to every one .and well done on your weight loss .

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    I've tried a few and all so far are gorgeous.

    Peanut curry amazing
    Piri piri chicken amazing
    Bns and chicken curry amazing (better reheated)

    Gonna try the tuna and mozzarella bake next week. X

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatty_no_more View Post
    I've tried a few and all so far are gorgeous.

    Peanut curry amazing
    Piri piri chicken amazing
    Bns and chicken curry amazing (better reheated)

    Gonna try the tuna and mozzarella bake next week. X
    Ooo I made the tuna and mozzarella bake this week, its really nice but mine came out a bit dry so maybe add a bit more tomato? We ended up mixing it with some free tomato soup that I'd made the day before :-)

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    Just tried the peanut curry, and it is gorgeous. Thanks Pete

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    need to diet .next time you make it .and you will.make a dish for anotherday .i realy enjoyed it .
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    Pete’s Spicy Potato Skins (2013)

    Pete’s Spicy Potato Skins (2013)

    Serves 2

    Ingredients

    ½ tsp Garlic salt
    ½ tsp Cumin
    ½ tsp Paprika
    ½ tsp Cayenne chilli pepper
    4 Smoked bacon rashers, all fat removed, sliced into small pieces (ff)
    4 Floury potatoes, cut into quarters (ff)
    60g Cheddar, grated (2Hea/2= 1Hea per person)
    S & P

    Method

    Part boil the potatoes until the flesh is soft, remove & allow to cool, remove the flesh & save for another meal.
    Fry the bacon until crisp, set aside.
    In a small dish, mix all the spices together. Place the skins in an oven-proof dish, sprayed with frylight, add spices to the skins, cook in a pre-heated oven at 180C until the skins start to brown, remove from the oven, add the bacon & cheese, return to oven & let the cheese melt, remove and serve while hot.

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    Hi pete do u have a philidelphia pasta bake recipe? I'm sure u do but will take me ages to look through 65 pages! :-) x

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