- May 1, 2008 at 12:30 pm #257569
You’ve just hit on my favorites. Quick, easy and nutritous.
Does your family like stir fry? You can use practically anything you
want in them. We each make ours separately (in the same pan, of
course, in turns). We got this idea from a restaurant we like to go
to. This way everyone is involved and the wait doesn’t seem so
long. For shortcuts you can use left-over meat or tofu (that’s mine)
and get your veggies from the grocery salad bar. It’s more expensive
that way, but a lot cheaper and better for you than fast food or
Chinese take-out. We use whatever sauce, even BBQ, that we happen to
have. This even suits our teen.
How about Pininies(sp) Use left over meat or a bit of deli meat,
cheese top with saute’d (sp) peppers and onions and toast. We like
ours grilled in the Foreman.
Crock pot meals are great for those hurried evenings. 10 -15 minutes
in the morning and dinner is ready!!
Some other quick things: taco salad, bean buritos, any kind of wrap,
Your chicken sounds delicious. That’s more meat than we normally
eat, but it looks like something my family would really like.
Hope you get a lot of responses to your post. I could use some more
ideas as well.
Working together, we prosper together.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Monica”
> Hi all! I am looking for ideas for super-fast, easy and HEALTHY
> ideas for those days when dinner absolutely needs to be on the
> in less than 30 minutes.
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