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Winter vegetable pie with homemade tomato sauce

If you’re trying to incorporate more veges into your weeknight meals, then we’ve got you covered. This hearty vege pie is tasty and nourishing, and will leave you with enough leftovers for everyone's lunch.

Nadia|Aug 14, 2019

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