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Post a Comment. Home About Me. Yesterday, my mum asked me to make dinner as she wouldn't be home until late, and naturally I jumped at the chance to cook the family something they'd never tried before. I first discovered this recipe when I was with my boyfriend and we wanted to try something new. It didn't require too many 'extreme' ingredients as most of them were staples from the kitchen, and it seemed a fairly simple recipe. After about half an hour, our very own masterpiece had been created! It was so yummy and uncomplicated to make that I decided to try it again and hope that our success wasn't just a one off.
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