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Batch cooking/slow cooker (meat and dairy free)

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hormonesorDHbeingadick Sun 02-Jun-19 07:34:32

Maybe a tall order. Baby no2 is due soon and DH doesn’t eat meat and DD (aged 3) can’t eat milk or milk products. We normally all eat together the minute DH walks through the door at night. Any later would be too late for DD and we like to eat together.

Any suggests for either batch cooking, slow cooking or quick and easy meals please. Thanks

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Xiaoxiong Sun 02-Jun-19 08:13:27

Pick up a copy of a cookbook called the Green Roasting Tin by Rukmini Iyer. It's all tray bakes and half of them are vegan and the other half are easily made dairy free. There are some spicy ones I've toned down for the DCs but everything we've had from it has been excellent. It's the oven equivalent of one-pot meals. (I have it on kindle so I can search for key ingredients more easily.)

Xiaoxiong Sun 02-Jun-19 08:15:47

She has a couple of other books all based around the same concept - all the books are good but many have meat or fish which doesn't work for your DH.

hormonesorDHbeingadick Sun 02-Jun-19 11:09:54

Great thanks. DH does eat meat.

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hormonesorDHbeingadick Sun 02-Jun-19 11:23:43

That should have said DH does eat fish!!

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Ricekrispie22 Sun 02-Jun-19 16:51:36

Chickpea tagine It freezes well and couscous is really quick and easy to prepare when needed.
Shepherds pie Recipe makes 8 portions and you can freeze it before baking.
Lentil bolognese

Tuna sweetcorn burgers
Fried rice
Chickpea curry
Bean burgers
Prawn noodle stir fry
Falafel burgers

hormonesorDHbeingadick Sun 09-Jun-19 15:19:04

Thanks. We already make a few of those recipes. Unfortunately DD thinks couscous is the food of the devil.

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