So it's all wintery here now.
(My kids always feel ripped off because here in Hamilton it never snows. We get the freezing and the ice, but never snow. It's not a snowing place. I know there's a scientific reason.)
Winter means comfort food.
This is one of our favs.
We like to call it "Shirtlifter Casserole"
(look at the list of ingredients and you'll see why!)
I'm lucky coz my kids are great eaters. They will mostly eat what they're given. Plus, they like the shirt-lifter aspect of this one. It's a great excuse to fart, you know. Blame it on what you've been given to eat.
|It's tasty, nutritious, easy and just made with staples from the pantry.|
I believe the real name is Lazy Lentils..
(recipe below if you're interested!)
And in other news....
|We have a 6 year old in the house.. (his mate's Mum made him that lei)|
|And a 1 year old!|
|And I got a turquoise suitcase. More about that in another post.|
(and no hair change yet - not enough time to get to it-doh!!)
6oz lentils (3/4 cup-ish?)(I've got an old measuring thing that has oz on it!!)
2 gloves garlic
1t mixed herbs (dried)
* Fry onions and garlic. Take off the heat.
* Add rest of ingreds. ,saving some cheese and breadcrumbs for the topping.
* Greased casserole dish, and add 400ml boiling water.
* Add topping
Bake 2hours @ 160c
Uncover towards the end to crisp up the top.
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Just Another Meatless Monday
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