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Here is a quick macaroni salad.

Cook 1 cup of macaroni,when cooked rinse in cold water, drain. Place macaroni in a bowl, add 1/2 cup each of diced carrot, fresh or frozen peas, diced red capsicum. Mix together 1/2 cup mayonaise,1/4 cup Italian dressing, then combine with the salad. chill. serve with crusty bread.
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Hiya Annie :)

How are you ? I know its been a while since ive visited here but I found ma way back !
I will add reciepes but they are in kg and g ...I don't have with ounces .

Fried Meatballs
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500g minced pork
1 egg
1 medium potato {1-1 1/4 glass grated}
parsley,finely chopped
salt and pepper
ground cinnamon
1 midium onion,coarsely grated
self-raising flour for coating
oil for frying

Grate the potato but do not drain.If the potato is fresh and there is a lot of juice,pour that juice away without draining the potato.Place the minced meat,potato,egg,parsley,onion,salt,pepper and cinnamon in a bowl and mix well.Shape the mixture into oblong meatballs and coat with flour.Heat as much oil as needed to half cover the meatballs and fry them on both sides until golden brown . Serve hot accompanied by fried tatties
NOTE:As soon as all the ingredients are mixed together,shape,coat with flour and fry them .Do not chill .
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Cream with blossom water
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1 litre (4 glasses)milk
4 tbsp sugar
4 tbsp cornflour
3-4 tablespoons blossom water

Dissolve the cornflour in some of the milk . Pour the remaining milk in a saucepan,add the sugar and the dissolved cornflour.Place over heat,stirring constantly until thickened.As soon as you remove it from the heat,stir in the blossom water.serve into 5-6 individuals small bowls.Allow to cool and chill.
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Hi Venus, so very nice to hear from you, post as many recipes as you like I am keen to try new recipes. Perhaps you could tell me, I have not heard of blossom water, but we have rose water would that be the same. In answer to your question about how to spell aye, you were right this is how to spell it. If you have any photos you would like to share with us I would love that. Looking forward to hearing from you. Regards Ann.
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hiya Annie

Yes rose water will do too....blossom water is made from the white blossoms from apple trees or other fruit ...it is a little stronger but i use rose water if i dont have .
Thank you for the Aye !the picture below ..hope it uploads good ...is in the town i live...this was how the water was tranferred in the old times .

Hope you have a great weekend !



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Here is an easy breakfast, but very tasty.


Omelette with Grilled Pancetta

1 cup tasty cheese
8 eggs
2/3 cup m ilk
100g sliced pancetta
3 green onions, finely sliced
2 tablespoons vegetables oil
1 large tomato, sliced
1 medium zucchini, sliced into thin strips
mixed salad leaves to serve


1. In a medium bowl, combine eggs, milk, half cheese, and onion. Season to taste.
2.Heat oil in a 20 cm non stick frying pan on medium heat.pour in omelette mixture. Cook, covered, for 6 to 8 mins until set.
3. Top with pancetta, tomato zucchini and remaining cheese.
4. Place under preheated grill for 1 to 2 minutes until cheese melts and browns lightly. Cut omelette into wedges and serve with mixed salad leaves and crusty bread.
Makes you feel hungry.
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Prawn and Noodle Salad

Ingredients:

1 pack (200g) rice noodles
Black and White sesame seeds (small packet)
Oil for frying
500g large prawns - shelled, de-viened, tails left on
2 sping onions, chopped
1 small red capsicum, sliced
1/2 cucumber, seeded and sliced
1 small carrot, grated or diced
3/4 Vietnamese Vinaigrette
Mint and Coriander to garnish.

Method:

Cook noodles according to directions and rinse under tap until cold. Set aside
Coat prawns in black and white sesame seeds (use only white if black are not available). Heat oil in a large frypan and fry prawns until golden on both sides.
In a large bowl combine cold noodles, spring onions, capsicum, carrot and vinaigrette. Mix well until noodles and vegetables are well coated in dressing and serve in a large bowl or platter.
Top noodle salad with prawns and garnish with mint and coriander.
This one is for you if you like prawns.
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Posted on: 2008/10/25 1:10
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