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Easy prepare ahead Saturday night tea.

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Imtoooldforallthis Sat 24-Oct-20 07:44:00

What can I do for tea tonight, got to pick DD up from work so won't be eating til 8.30. Want something with minimal washing up afterwards. Things we usually have on a Saturday are pizzas, burgers, steak sandwiches, takeaway. Any suggestions?

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burglarbettybaby Sat 24-Oct-20 07:46:23

Quiche is what I'm having. Shop bought

cliffdiver Sat 24-Oct-20 07:47:43


Chop veg/meat beforehand.

ArthurShelbysTash Sat 24-Oct-20 07:49:23

We are having bbq ribs and chips. Morrisons sell ribs, squirt with sauce and whack in the oven on low for ages. Serve with coleslaw and plenty of kitchen roll!

TheChineseChicken Sat 24-Oct-20 07:50:48

Make a Mac and cheese In advance and just crisp up under the grill?

pickingdaisies Sat 24-Oct-20 07:52:24

Baked potatoes and chilli. I fancy that now, and I haven't had breakfast yet.

movingonup20 Sat 24-Oct-20 08:10:14

I'd make a traybake of some kind - lasagna, shepherds pie or similar, you can make it and clean up the preparation pans this morning even so just the main pan tonight. I put all the veg into my shepherds pie for ease

dizzygirl1 Sat 24-Oct-20 08:15:08

We're having lasagna for dinner, I'll make it earlier in the day and pop it in the oven to finish when we have dinner

Imtoooldforallthis Sat 24-Oct-20 08:49:20

Some great ideas, had lasagne yesterday so that's out, ribs sound good though.

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AtleastitsnotMonday Sat 24-Oct-20 16:09:59

I’m doing grilled, garlic and herb, butterflied chicken breast, in toasted ciabatta rolls with lettuce, tomatoes and red onion and garlic mayo. Served with a green salad and homemade apple and yoghurt slaw. (I’ll not bother with the roll because bread fills me up too quickly!)

Didkdt Sat 24-Oct-20 20:50:45

I did Spanish meatballs and chipped potatoes always popular and at a pinch all can be done in the oven

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