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Even if I say so myself, that was gorgeous, if you left out the partridge and chorizo that would make a very nice vegetarian dish.

Sticking with the Lidl project, I made some sweet chilli kangaroo kebabs and served them with some black eyed bean rice, I’m definitely a big fan of roo meat, it’s really very delicious, I’m hoping it’s not just a Christmas thing and I’ll be able to get it in the new year.

roo kebab

I bought some partridges while I was in there and made a rather yummy roast partridge dinner last week.

partridge dinner

Mr 5 left the one of the breasts of his, he has recently had the appetite of a small child, which is a bit worrying, but it did mean I had some meat for the dish I made the following evening, I decided to make a thick soup, I found a square of focaccia in the freezer and decided to use it up along with the remain mozzarella I used on these garlic meatballs.

garlic meatball

Mediterranean broth with partridge:

I also had an end piece of chorizo in the fridge which I used on the topping..

partridge broth prep

I cooked off the onion and some potatoes before adding peppers and mushroom and the remaining partridge

add mush

Then I added some frozen peas and beans, a diced tomato and a crumbled veg stock cube

veg cube

Topped it up with water, stuck in a lump of frozen passata

add passatta

brought it to the boil

leave to simmer

and then simmered it for 10 minutes until it had thicken up a little

cook out

in the meantime I cubed the bread and put the cheese on top

mozz on top

and baked it in the oven to melt the cheese.

The soup went into a bowl, the steam fogged the photo up a bit

soup

put the bread on top along with some cherry tomatoes

add croutons

and then added olives, Parmesan and the cubed chorizo

med broth

Even if I say so myself, that was gorgeous, if you left out the partridge and chorizo that would make a very nice vegetarian dish.

bread topping

and while I was at it I made some dead quick all in one choc chip cookies just for the hell of it..

cookies

100g SR flour
90g sugar
50g choc chips

mixed together with

100 g of melted butter
1 tablespoon of golden syrup.
12 walnut sized pieces plopped on a baking tray and baked at 190°c for 11 minutes. Minimum mixing required

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