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Easter Feaster/Lard-a-thon

 Here’s a brief look at our eat-a-thon. Why is Easter so excessive?!

THURSDAY NIGHT:
Stuffed Capsicums with Quinoa salad

Stuffing:
packet lamb mince
smoked paprika (a good shake)
salt and pepper
2 tbsp tomato paste
Olive oil
Combine all ingredients and set aside

Take 2 large red capsicums and remove their guts (seeds etc) fill each one to the top with stuffing mixture. pack it down hard (i managed to fit in loads of stuffing)
Place in the oven at 200 degrees Celsius for about 30-35mins

Meanwhile prepare cooked quinoa (I had some left over in the fridge) with couple tbsp natural yoghurt, lemon and mint, salt and pepper, combine everything and it’s ready

FRIDAY:
I only remember eating chocolate bunnies and/or eggs followed by hot cross buns!

SATURDAY MORNING

Sausage with hollandaisse and Turkish Toast (ooh how cheeky and naughty but so gloriously delicious)

Such a baby portion! Hollandaisse was SB’s recipe of butter, egg yolks and lemon juice. Served with Angus Beef Sausages and Turkish toast

SUNDAY MORNING:

Eggs…of the chocolate variety….haha!

SUNDAY NIGHT:

Nice and light! My belly was in full expansion mode. This pumpkin and veg soup with Organic fetta cheese crumbled over the top (very liberally i might add!) was just what was needed.

What do you eat over Easter?

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3 Responses to Easter Feaster/Lard-a-thon

  1. I grew up in England eating Cadbury’s cream eggs and buttons but I now live in USA and the Cadbury’s chocolate here is nothing like what I can get in England so I didn’t eat any chocolate over Easter. I am lucky not to have a sweet tooth so I rarely eat sweets of any kind.

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