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Recipes for batch cooking?

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Thistledew Thu 02-Feb-17 22:35:08

What's your favourite please?

One important caveat is that the food needs to be very soft and/or lump free so that it can be easily eaten by an elderly person with swallowing difficulties. Some good vegetarian recipes would be useful too.

Many thanks. smile

wobblywonderwoman Thu 02-Feb-17 22:39:38

I usually cook braised beef (just use oxtail soup to flavour) with carrots and onions

Pork chops in sauce - cooked very slowly so they soften

Curry's - hotpot - usual Shepard's pies etc

ImNotChangingMyUsernameAgain Thu 02-Feb-17 22:42:38

https://www.littledish.co.uk/recipes-tips/recipes/chicken-casserole/

https://www.littledish.co.uk/recipes-tips/recipes/chicken-casserole/

Favourites from when my kids were little.

Thistledew Thu 02-Feb-17 22:43:17

Sorry, I should have made clear that the food is for someone who has difficulty chewing as well as swallowing, so even soft lumps of meat are out. Xx

JW13 Thu 02-Feb-17 22:47:48

I've just eaten this bean dish which I cooked before our kitchen was ripped out:

sheerluxe.com/2016/08/23/3-bean-spicy-chilli

Very tasty and froze well. Served it with rice and some avocado and cheese.

Lintilla Thu 02-Feb-17 22:48:03

I made cauliflower cheese soup tonight. I fried an onion, then added a cauliflower chopped into big cubes, almost covered with milk and simmered with a lid on until soft then puréed with a stick blender. I added cheddar, tsp Dijon mustard and a grating of nutmeg. Was delicious! It would be easy to make more and freezes well.

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