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Tried and true favourite recipes


Established Member
Apr 2, 2009
My latest favourite high protein snack! Chicken meatballs.

500g chicken or turkey mince
1/2 cup panko breadcrumbs (I have substituted for almond meal when I'm keto-ing, still very tasty)
1/2 cup shredded parmesan
1 egg
Chopped herbs from the garden (I've done chives, parsley and marjoram depending on what is growing the best)
Splash olive oil
Some amount of spices! I use onion powder, garlic powder, black pepper, cayenne depending on my mood.

Mix together, shape into little balls (I go large grape to small apricot size). Bake for 25ish mins at 200ish degrees.

Yummy as plain snack with mayo and chili sauce. But I also add them to tom yum or laksa soups, or add to zoodle alfredo, into a salad for lunch etc etc etc.

I'm not good at exact measurements or timings, sorry ;)


Sep 19, 2009
A super easy, always a fav, never any left over slow cooker beef recipe for todays dinner... but wait... disaster... my slow cooker wouldnt stay on low/program, it kept shutting off and beeping.

But thankfully I had a spare/in the box slow cooker (because I thought the machine was doing weird things/thought it was about to kack itself) and dinner is saved!

If you have a slow cooker - please try this recipe. I acutally put my machine on low for 10hrs because I use the cheapest chuck beef I can buy.

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We have made this several times. Once in slow cooker and once in pressure cooker. Delicious!


Established Member
Aug 24, 2006
There was a recipe for chicken meatballs in last Tuesdays Good Food lift out, sounds delish and we'll try it next week.