Three dinners in small servings – Shepherd’s pie, Chicken Sliders and Thai Crab & Shrimp Pies

Thai Shepherd's Pie Here are three dinners we have had over the last week. As you can see, I am still doing the small servings thing so I stop eating once my portion is finished. I made four of the shepherds pies so Adriano could eat two. I made three seafood pies because I decided not to eat any carbs and ate only the filling you can see in the small pot in the photo. But as far as the sliders are concerned, I made six and I ate one while Adriano ate the other five (Dario was at his girlfriend’s). I still find this grossly unfair. I have to eat so little and he can eat so much, just to stay the same size.

[print_this]Thai-Style shepherds Pie[/print_this]

Thai crab & shrimp pies [print_this]Thai Crab & shrimp pies

Falafel Chicken Sliders [print_this]Falafel Chicken Sliders[/print_this]

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    • says

      It certainly is much easier to control the portions this way. The other trick is to use a smaller dinner plate – but I always forgot to do that when setting the table.
      Suzanne

  1. says

    The controlled portion thing really seems to be working. And you’re doing a great job coming up with some interesting ideas and presentations. The Thai Crab and Shrimp Pies particularly sound amazing. But I doubt if I could eat 5 of those sliders! When I was young, yes. Now? No way!

    • says

      Thanks, John. I know what you mean about the amount you can eat but as Adriano says, it’s the equation between what energy goes in and what is expended. He expends a lot and I don’t!
      Suzanne

  2. Eha says

    Ha! Ha! Love all the ‘things’ in your sliders, except the bun – so, methinks I can have two lots :D ! And I love the crab and shrimp recipe absolutely : huh! Oh, must have forgotten the puff pastry but I did have a heap of the rest :) ! Yes, I know this sounds wicked, but, Suzanne, ’tis Christmas and you won’t get crabby with me, will you!!

    • says

      The only way for me to know if grains are a problem is to stick to it but I’m not expecting it to be easy. I just have to make appropriate dinners with separate grains. Christmas? Well, let’s see…
      Suzanne

  3. says

    I love the Thai crab and shrimp pies!! I also think it very unfair that both my husband and son can eat so much and the girls and I must forever watch what we are eating! :(

  4. Jo says

    Hi. Hope you don’t mind me asking for advice. What side dishes would you recommend serving with the crab pot pies? Thanks!

    • says

      I can’t remember now what we had as side dishes but I think mashed potato would be good to mop up the sauce from the pie. And then a green salad or perhaps green peas.

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