Here are some easy meals you can use for lunch or dinner. I only cook for myself so I don't make extravagant meals. Eggs are my best friend ;)
Catelli Smart pasta with a tin of No Name lemon pepper tuna
I like to buy fresh salmon fillets when I go grocery shopping. So tasty and good for you.
Veggie burgers are a great meal when you need something quick. I'm not a vegetarian but they're really yummy. I've tried the Yves Vegan burgers but the Kirkland Garden Burgers are my favorite. The salad is spinach, PC Blue Menu swiss cheese, sugar snap peas, bell peppers, half a tomato, and Kraft Asian Sesame dressing.
Stir fries are another favorite of mine. So easy! Mushroom, carrots, peas, frozen veggie medley from Costco, bean sprouts, and chicken breast. Toss in some soy sauce and Mrs. Dash.
Another stir fry, served with brown rice. This is with beef instead of my usual chicken. The veggies are from Arctic Gardens. I like using the packages because then I don't have to buy the individual veggies.
Salmon fillet (pouch steamed), a poached egg, and a yummy salad
Salmon fillet with a spring salad mix and baby potatoes
Another stir fry: this is an orange chicken stir fry, found from a recipe card. (will post the recipe one day)
Salmon fillet with fresh diced cooked tomatoes and frozen veggies.
Yves veggie burger on a PC thin bagel with sharp cheddar cheese, and frozen veggies
chicken breast salad: plain Greek yogurt, honey Dijon mustard, and seasoning. On a whole wheat wrap with spinach.
Egg skillet with bell peppers, and some onions fried in coconut oil. With a side of steamed green beans.
I've been really bad about eating veggies lately and was completely turned off by them so I came up with this. I love the Normandy style veggies from Costco. If I buy fresh veggies they just end up rotting in my crisper. I added the veggies into a pot with some water to steam it. I put about a teaspoon of the Better than bouillon and about the same of the soy sauce into the water and let it steam away!!! It was so tasty I think I'll stick to this for a while.
The mixings for eggs to be poured on top :) mmmmm
So last night I had thawed some chicken breast and I didn't feel like making a stir fry. I took a look in my cupboard and I saw the balsamic vinegar I got from my dad that I hadn't really used yet. I put about 1-2 tablespoons in a small bowl and mixed it up with an equal amount of olive oil. I put the 3 chicken breasts in a small casserole dish and seasoned them with salt and pepper, garlic powder, and my Oh So Onion seasoning. I then poured the oil and vinegar over them and moved the chicken around to get the oil underneath them so they didn't stick. I remembered I had minced garlic in the fridge so I sprinkled a little bit on top of each one. I also sprinkled rosemary on top too. Preheat your oven to 350F and cover the dish with aluminum foil. I cooked them for 20 minutes and checked on them, then I let them cook for about 5 minutes longer and turned off the oven but left them in there while my potatoes and broccoli were still cooking. (Ovens vary so make sure you check that they're cooked completely!) I had added some water to the dish so the chicken would be moist, so I drained a bit of that out when I checked on them after the 20 minutes.
Kirkland veggie burger with a romaine salad, black olives, mushrooms, and grape tomatoes.
Brown rice, avocado, rotisserie chicken meat, and my cucumber and tomato salad.
Salmon fillet, basmati rice, and spinach leaves with cranberries, black olives, and raspberry vinaigrette.
Wash your lettuce so its ready when you need it.
Green beans, poached eggs, avocado, and brown rice.
veggie omelet with light sour cream and salsa.
steak, wild rice, and mixed green salad.
fried eggs, mixed green salad, and quinoa pancake.
2 scrambled eggs with mushroom, spinach, and cheese. A salad made with chopped veggies: avocado, tomato, cucumber, and bell pepper. Dressing is olive oil, balsamic and white vinegars. Salt and pepper to taste. Served on a bed of chopped romaine.
Egg salad lettuce wraps.
Salmon fillet with a salad. Romaine, cucumber, corn, tomato, celery, and mushroom. Dressing is olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
two egg omelet with veggies, avocado, and fruit salad.
Chicken breast burger, one slice of rye bread, and a Greek salad.
Omelet with a sweet kale salad.
Poached eggs with sweet kale salad, and tomato and sour cream.
Chipotle black bean burger (from Costco) and a fresh salad with lemon poppyseed dressing.
Stirfry with brown rice and chicken.
Sweet kale salad, guacamole, and a chipotle black bean burger.
Steamed broccoli, garden burger, and guacamole.
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