Steak and roasted veggies
It's whats for supper tonight...
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My favorite vegetable/fruit stand has opened up and I bought the best veggies there this morning...the tomatoes taste like "home grown" and I had a wonderful 'mater sandwich with Miracle Whip on whole wheat bread for lunch...yummy! Just cut up the veggies and sprinkled with Italian spices and evoo to cook later. Do I need a protein or will the veggies be enough...have to decide...decisions, decisions, decisions...
Yum, yum...pork chops by slow cooker, potato pancakes w/sour cream
I use the Jiffy cornbread muffin/bread mix...I like the sweetness that it has. Easy peasy...I even have the milk necessary to make it as when I made a cornbread on Tues and I went through the drive thru at Subway and bought a bottle of milk and the mix only takes 1/3 cup so I still have 2/3 cup left. Otherwise, I never ever have milk on hand.ya talked me into cornbread, sounds to good not to make it.
Just printed out the recipe...already chopped up the onion, garlic and water chestnuts and put in the fridge. Yum Yum...chicken is thawing...P.F. Chang's Chicken Lettuce Wraps -- a copycat recipe
I am gathering all the ingredients to make this later this week.
ETA this photo...yum yum!
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Over the past couple of weeks I have eaten all three of these frozen meals and found each one of them to be surprisingly good for food requiring only to be heated in a non-stick pan for from 9-13 minutes. Each bag made two meals for me and on the Tuscan braised beef meal I added about a half bag of frozen Brussel spouts because I needed the green leafy veggie. Each bag will feed two people and if you are bigger eaters you could certainly add a salad, some type of artisan bread or rolls, or a dish of fruit to round out the meal. These meals make for "good eating" without much prep or work in the kitchen.