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Old 10 Jan 20, 09:36 PM  
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Mobile Pinch of Nom recipe books. Any good?

Does anyone have either of the Pinch of Nom recipe books? I saw one today and some of the meals look delicious.
I was just wondering if the recipes are relatively quick and easy to prepare and cook? Also, are they family friendly? I have a 7 & 2 year old who seem to be getting fussier with their food by the day!
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Old 10 Jan 20, 09:40 PM  
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I have the first one and make the creamy garlic chicken all the time itís now a family favourite! Very easy to make and delicious 😋
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Old 10 Jan 20, 09:43 PM  
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They are good books, have them both, also great if you are calorie concious.
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Old 10 Jan 20, 09:48 PM  
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I have them both, and they are really good.
Very healthy & tasty.😜
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Yes Iíve made tea out of them every night this week. There is another thread about them on the food section which may help
https://www.thedibb.co.uk/forums/sho... php?t=1156791
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I have both and have made loads from the first one, nothing from the second one yet because there's less in it I fancy.
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I made the Keema pie from the new one yesterday, we all loved it 🙂
Diet coke chicken from the first one is a big hit as are the salt and pepper chips 👍
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Yes, they are great. The stuffed sweet potatoes and the chicken kebab are a big fave in our house.
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Another huge fan of both, weíve tried lots of from both and havenít found anything we donít enjoy yet😋
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