Who meal prep?
Good ideas/recipes for freezable cuttan' meals?
yellow curry, it has loads of protein and keeps insanely well in the freezer. i use this recipe, minus the coconut milk - http://allrecipes.com/recipe/46822/indian-chicken-curry-ii/
pour that over steamed cauliflower, and thank me in the morning.
Tuna, Rice, Water.
Old School Nigga
I bought a Zojirushi rice cooker over the holidays and the thing is god tier. I can make a shitload of rice that keeps for a day or two while at the same time steaming chicken/fish. Then I eat it at home or bring it to work.
I also like to make oats and then put it in mason jars so I can bring it to work.
You can make this and bulk it up with actual meat. It's fucking delicious and easily freezable if you portion it out into 1-2 cup servings.
5 Garlic Cloves
1 Medium Sweet Potato
2 Bell Peppers
1 Large Zucchini
½ Cup Chopped Green Onion
4 Medium Stalks Celery
1 Cups Organic Tomato Soup
2 Cans Fiesta Corn
2 Can’s Zesty Diced Tomatoes
2 Jalapeno Peppers
2 Cans Red Kidney Beans
1 Can Tri-Color Beans
1 Can Black Beans
5 Cups Tomato Sauce
1 Cup Tomato Paste
¼ Cup Olive Oil
1 lb meat/sausage/whatever
¼ Cup Chili Powder
1 Tablespoon Ground Black Pepper
1 Teaspoon Garlic Salt
½ Tablespoon Ground Cinnamon
3 Stevia Packets/Any sweetener
1. Dice all vegetables, put in 6 qt crock pot or larger
2. Add beans.
2. Drain diced tomatoes, put in crock put.
3. Put remaining tomato sauces, olive oil, and spices into a blender/bowl and mix.
4. Slowly pour sauce over stew. If you don't have enough room, cook on low and let the vegetables cook down before adding the rest.
5. Cook on high for 5-6 hours
6. Add the meat 1 hour before the end of cooking.
Holy shit 1/2 a cup? I only add in a tablespoon of the stuff for the sweet omega 3's. Just mix it with oats. Don't add it to eggs. Or water. You can mix it into any drink that you don't mind being a little thicker.
Rate my dinner. 1 chicken breast cut in half with shrooms and broccoli on the side. Im cutting btw
Get some chick peas (1 can), quarter some brussel sprouts (like, 10 or something), slice 1/2 zucchini, dump in a bunch of diced spinach (frozen is easiest) and a shredded chicken breast. flavor with salt and chicken broth. This makes like, 3-4 servings. Delish as fuck, takes about 20 min. to make.
anyone got any ideas for what to do with one of these:
120 cals per serving
11 grams protein
I'd like to make 2-3 different dishes that at least one of them can be frozen. This stuff has a strong taste that needs to be masked.
So far I've thought chicken + rice and chicken stu.
nigga you can make dope chili without 23 god damn ingredients, that shits just a hassle, aint nobody got time for 23 ingredient chili, if you cant make good chili with 10 ingredients or less you need to quit
I can get like 4 lbs of drumsticks for $5, so I usually portion them into ziplock bags, leave a couple portions in the fridge and toss a couple in the freezer to defrost as needed.
While I'm cooking my eggs for breakfast, I just toss the drumsticks in a foil-lined pan in the oven at 450 with some seasonings, and pull them out again when I get ready to leave for work. No mess, no fuss.
Calorie for calorie and protein for protein it's cheaper than almost anything else, and about as easy to make as ramen.
Guys, give some tips what to put on omelette (I'm cutting). Most of recipes include cheddar, it has good amount of protein, but also considerably amount of saturated fat, should I exclude it? I'm planning to have omelette on lunch like main meal of th day btw
Have you tried using a recipe and leaving out the cheddar?
Have you tried putting 3 eggs in a bowl, adding some veggies and dumping that shit in a pan?
Cooking isn't complicated.
Omelettes are cooking on Beginner mode.