Bits and Pieces

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Many of my meals are really not recipes but simply creations which utilise whatever happens to need using up.

Tonight is a perfect example. This is the selection of ‘ingredients’ I decided to include.

At the back of the photo is some leftover mashed potato to which I added a small amount of tuna that I had not used when making tuna mornay. In addition to the 2 main ingredients there is some flaxseed meal which helps to bind the mixture together as well as nutritional yeast, salt, pepper and Dijon mustard. This mixture became 4 tuna patties.

The sliced vegetables at the front are small quantities of 2 different varieties of zucchini and a button squash. I sauteed these in a little olive oil. The mushrooms were cooked with the garlic cloves (chopped) along with some parsley (not shown) and finished with a spoonful of sour cream.

Served with fresh cherry tomatoes and strips of capsicum.

The cherry tomatoes, garlic and parsley are from our garden while the zucchini and button squash were gifted to us from a friend’s garden.

2 thoughts on “Bits and Pieces

  1. Hi Fairy,

    Just wanted to say thank you for the work you put into writing this blog. It is absolutely amazing and full of handy hints and beautiful photos. I have only just discovered it and slowly working my way through it. I also follow Annabel, Mimi and Rhonda’s blogs and am now trying to implement as many tips as I can to try to reduce my footprint now and into the future.

    Many thanks
    Del

    • Thank you for your kind comments and I do hope you find some of the content useful. If you have any questions, please ask and I will do my best to help. Thanks again.

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