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Quick and Easy Meals

Page history last edited by debrarian 10 years, 6 months ago

Suggestions for Quick and Easy Meals

for when you are staring into the fridge saying, What does one eat again?

 

Rice, greens, fish: 

  • Brown rice
  • Steamed chard or kale drizzled in sesame oil and seasoned rice vinegar
  • Baked fish or some other kind of protein - perhaps chicken sausage, or tempeh stir-fry.
  • Sometimes a yam.

 

Asparagus, egg, bread (from Alison):

  • grilled asparagus with some garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper,
  • with a sunnyside up egg served on top.
  • crusty bread.

 

Broiled potatoes & brussels sprouts, with fish (from Marie):

  • Cubed red potatoes boiled briefly
  • then mixed with olive oil, dijon mustard, brussel sprouts, and pepper.
  • Broil until crisp
  • serve with grilled salmon or tuna steak.

 

Abby's breakfast wrap (egg, avocado, cheese):

  • scrambled egg frittata thingy with caramalized onion
  • melt cheese on top
  • lots of avocado slices
  • wrap in a tortilla.

 

Abby's vegetable salad - an explosion of veggies trapped in a bowl.  Lots of veggies.  No lettuce.

Edamame Succotash with Shrimp

Fiesta Rice and Black Bean Salad

Ginger Tempeh Pasta Salad

A hearty breakfast (or lunch or dinner) for one - Some greens, some protein and some good smells going in your kitchen

Orzo Salad - light & yummy

Patrick's Asparagus Bruschetta

Pawsta with Olives

The Red Lentil Soup That Kate Makes

Shrimp and Feta Stew - Very good, very easy.  Serve over rice.

Shrimp with Corn and Basil

Spaghetti Salad with olives

 

Easy sides (I often eat sides as meal staples):

Brussels sprouts - various recipes from friends.

Easy Spinach - two recipes

Kale - yummy things to do with it

 

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