Paprika chicken for dinner

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It’s a bit astonishing when you haven’t looked at your trombone zucchini for a day or two and then you see that it’s grown to the sixe of a small child. I was watering and had to get David20 to come and pick it before I went away, forgot about it and let it grow to the size of a Volkswagon Beetle.

It’s a weekend off for me – no demos or demo observations so I’m planning on chatting to a few of my team, do some much-needed pottering around this place and attack the rest of my to-do list. (Note to self: don’t keep adding items to this list faster than you can cross them off. It just gets depressingly ridiculous.)

Work started this week and I’ve met all my classes. It was strange chatting with some of my year 7s, as they kept telling me that their older siblings/next door neighbours were saying I’m a great teacher. I’ve never taught ANY of the kids the year 7s mentioned….. I hope these babies aren’t in for bitter disillusion and sorrow.

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Thermomix Recipe: Paprika Chicken with creamy paprika sauce
This also has a nice little hint for cooking rice to make sure that every single grain is cooked.The boys are going to LOVE this one!

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One Response to Paprika chicken for dinner

  1. Urspo says:

    I used to grow zukes but gave up as they were worse than triffids, literally growing a foot a day.
    Your chicken recipe came just in time for a lovely ‘proper’ paprika was given as a gift. Lovely

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