DP's shifts tends to mean he is there for lunch & supper, & the man can't survive on sandwiches alone. I am planning to batch cook some stuff so I can freeze in one-man portions & he can microwave them when he gets a chance at work. Any suggestions? I've thought of
dahl stew shepherds/cottage/fish pies lasagne
Any other inspirations? Hand held stuff like origiri also acceptable suggestions
I've got a microwave at work so I generally just take whatever is left over from the previous day's meal and zap it for lunch. But this just gives me an opportunity to post my favourite ever (after MN, of course) website: justbento.com/recipes.
Sausage casserole? Or sausage in onion gravy? I portion my food up for a few days. This weeks is chilli and sweet potato mash. Sometimes I have curry or I cook a thing (descriptive I know!) which is basically ratatouille with shredded chicken and rice in
I've been doing this for DH for ages, pretty much anything microwaves fine! The only thing that we've found doesn't do well is chips or rice so if he wants those he takes micro-pots of rice or micro-boxes of chips.
lasagna cottage pie spaghetti bolognese sausage or chicken pasta bake chicken wraps or pitta breads chicken or beef pies/pasties and mash quiche and chips chicken curry and rice stews (chicken or beef or sausage) and mash wrap-pizzas chilli and jacket potato chilli and rice