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#41 Sat 30 Mar 13 9:57pm

maddimouse

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Re: Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals

I have cooked golden chicken, braised green and potato gratin from 15 mm. for the first time for dinner tonight. We were both absolutely excited, it was fab!

I´m not 100% fit after a small surgery last wednesday. All our dinners will be from the 15 mm book for the next three days so I won´t have to work in the kitchen for too long.

I have two chicken breast filets left for tomorrow, so it´s gonna be another chicken recipy, this time with sweet potato mash and maize/tomato salad. We´re not sure whether it´s gonna be the ricotta fritters on sunday and the beef kofta curry on monday or the other way round..... decisions, decisions!  lol

Have a lovely easter everyone!!!

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#42 Sat 30 Mar 13 11:58pm

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals

Best wishes to you Maddi, I hope you recuperate quickly. Do the 15 minutes as slowly as you need to!

I bought the 15 minute meal book last week!

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#43 Wed 29 May 13 12:35am

smiiithy

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Re: Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals

Hi all,

I'm looking to try quite a few recipes from 15 Minute Meals. We are quite limited for space and don't have a liquidiser at present. Might I get away with using our Kenwood FP126 Compact Food Processor or is it going to be an absolute necessity to get a liquidiser?

Thanks in advance for any advice,

Smiiiithy

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#44 Wed 29 May 13 1:26am

Maree

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Re: Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals

Hi Smiiithy, this is going to sound really trite, but it's not meant to be ... It really depends on the recipe. If a lot of liquid's involved, yes. If not, no.

Less space-taking-up, which might be an answer for you is a hand-held immersion blender. They can purée/liquidise in the pot and often come with various useful attachments such as whisks etc.

Sorry not to have been of more help smile

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#45 Wed 29 May 13 8:39am

smiiithy

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Re: Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals

Thanks Maree, come to think of it we have a hand blender! I would never have even thought of that having never used a liquidiser before. Thanks again

Maree wrote:

Hi Smiiithy, this is going to sound really trite, but it's not meant to be ... It really depends on the recipe. If a lot of liquid's involved, yes. If not, no.

Less space-taking-up, which might be an answer for you is a hand-held immersion blender. They can purée/liquidise in the pot and often come with various useful attachments such as whisks etc.

Sorry not to have been of more help smile

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#46 Wed 29 May 13 9:40am

Maree

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Re: Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals

You're welcome, Smiiithy smile

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#47 Wed 07 Aug 13 1:50pm

sandrew834

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Re: Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals

This is great.........  Sounds very interesting, waiting eagerly. smile

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#48 Tue 27 Aug 13 8:18am

Alizey

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Re: Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals

wao. It is very interesting that we learn to cook food in short time. I am waiting badly. I also agree the maddimouse. She tells right about processer. Hope you like it.

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#49 Thu 26 Sep 13 6:28am

davidjackson

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Re: Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals

This looks great ..... It is really a nice and helpful piece of information

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#50 Fri 27 Sep 13 6:39am

marteenhook

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Re: Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals

Wowwww..........  This is great news. Really waiting for this book... Congratulation Jamie.

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