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    Kurgens spinachy stuff n pasta bake

    I asked the wifey to get some spinach but she came back with something called aramanthus. Sher swears it was spinach but I'm not so sure so we'll call it spinachy stuff.

    Right, here's the ingredients. I only used about a 1/3 of the pasta and 6 chillies though.


    I boiled the spinachy stuff 1st and boiled the pasta.

    Everything else apart from the mozzarella got thrown in a pan and heated up.

    I mixed the pasta in with the sauce and about 1/3 of the mozzarella and threw it in a baking dish.

    I then covered the pasta with the spinachy stuff and topped it of with the rest of the cheese and whacked it in the oven for 20 mins at 200 deg's.




    It luckily tastes much better than it looks.
    I would post pictures but life's too short.

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    When did you eat this?
    Aramanth is highly toxic according to wiki.....












































    Just kidding.
    Amaranth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Hard to make things like this look good on a plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necron99
    When did you eat this? Aramanth is highly toxic according to wiki.....
    You got me a second there you fukker. I actually went and checked the pack, BASTARD!

    have a greeny.

    edit, looks like I've got to spread some love before handing you any greens.

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    I think you can reload off that red I just sent over Popeye

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    Needs some meat besides it. Preferably a full rack of bbq ribs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malcom View Post
    Needs some meat besides it. Preferably a full rack of bbq ribs.
    Murderer!

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    Yes.... human ribs.

    And some Chianti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurgen View Post
    Murderer!
    Cereal killer!. Seriously though your dish looks fine and for sure it tasted nice. It'd go really well with prime rib on the bone .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurgen
    I boiled the spinachy stuff 1st
    Should have lightly steamed it or wilted it in a covered frying pan/wok with just a couple of tbsps of water. Stops it getting soggy & keeps the nutrients in it. Looks quite tasty, though. Might try it. Mr NR & I are doing at least 3 nights veggie per week at the mo

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    Gave me an idea to do a chicken, mushroom, and spinach lasagna. Never done it. Looks like a plan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx
    Cereal killer!.
    Where do the cornflakes come in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Gave me an idea to do a chicken, mushroom, and spinach lasagna. Never done it. Looks like a plan
    Be sure to pluck it first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx
    Cereal killer!.
    Where do the cornflakes come in?
    Look at Kurgen's avatar. This is how it so often goes for steak dodgers


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    Don't understand veggies myself.
    I mean steak is just naturally processed grass innit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necron99
    I mean steak is just naturally processed grass innit?
    haha, well you can get grass fed beef which is healthier than grain fed beef.


    That dish looks awesome, Kurgen. Never heard of aramanthus.
    I eat alot of spinach in salads, stirfries and just on its own cooked for a few mins in the microwave.

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