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Cook ahead and freeze food or "quick" suppers - help needed please!

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Sonnet Thu 16-Aug-07 11:46:10

Hi all,
I'm thinking ahead to "back to school" when combined with working I tend to get in late and have to provide a nutritious supper ASAP. I normally cook ahead and freeze BUT our meals tend to consist of the following:
Chicken or beef casserole
Spag Bol
chicken lasagne
cottage pie
baked pots and quick fillings ( oven on timer !)
Pasta with homemade tom sauce

i stick loads of veg in and kids are not fussy eaters.
Can anyone add some new ideas I can freeze and re-heat or else quick suppers I can produce in 20 mins????

scorpio1 Thu 16-Aug-07 11:47:18

Salmon fillets are quick to cook-with new pots and mange tout.

Sonnet Thu 16-Aug-07 13:40:54

Thanks Scorpio1 - suppose I could also do cod or haddock

any other ideas please?

janeitebus Thu 16-Aug-07 14:45:50

A quick sauce for pasta is to fry up some onion and bacon (I use veggie bacon or mushrooms instead) then add some dried chilli flakes, lots of black pepper and a packet of cream cheese; dilute it with milk to the consistency you want, dunk on pasta and slather with parmesan. I often pop some frozen peas in too to give it a vegetable component.

Another real quickie is pizza made with pitta bread and served with salad.

scorpio1 Thu 16-Aug-07 15:02:54

Fajitas or Tacos?

Othersideofthechannel Thu 16-Aug-07 19:12:22

couscous is very quick

MaureenMLove Thu 16-Aug-07 19:15:09

Don't forget stir fries. Although not a freezer food, as long as you've got the veggie preped the night before, it only takes 10 mins!

Othersideofthechannel Thu 16-Aug-07 19:17:12

Or you could use frozen veg which are just as nutritious as fresh

MaureenMLove Thu 16-Aug-07 19:19:35

Very true!

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