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    me and my gf are spending over 50 quid per week on shopping which also feeds our 4 year old.. I need a method of dropping this to 35-40 quid and need cheap filling meal ideas that surpasses pasta


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    (Original post by Treypound)
    me and my gf are spending over 50 quid per week on shopping which also feeds our 4 year old.. I need a method of dropping this to 35-40 quid and need cheap filling meal ideas that surpasses pasta


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    potatoes onion leek and cheese. Boil potatoes . After soft put with onion leek and cheese in oven to bake. Let cheese go nice and crispy should be yummy if potatoes are soft if not they are still raw.
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    (Original post by LegatusShadow)
    potatoes onion leek and cheese. Boil potatoes . After soft put with onion leek and cheese in oven to bake. Let cheese go nice and crispy should be yummy if potatoes are soft if not they are still raw.
    disgusting, also what about meat


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    Can double the amounts if you want. Keeps in fridge too.
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    curry
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    broccoli surprise.
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    (Original post by Treypound)
    disgusting, also what about meat


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    If you want to feed 2 adults and a small child for £35 a week you're not going to be eating meat every day.
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    Chillis, pasta bakes with veggies and chicken, curry (mild), home made chicken nuggets with home made chips, omelettes, noodles.
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    (Original post by EloiseStar)
    Chillis, pasta bakes with veggies and chicken, curry (mild), home made chicken nuggets with home made chips, omelettes, noodles.
    thanks gonna use two of your ideas


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