Favorite Quick and Easy Recipe

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  • amfmmama
    amfmmama Posts: 1,419 Member
    A new favorite of mine is crepini egg wraps ( a lot like the egglife ones), cheese, 2 oz of rotisserie chicken, and a squirt of honey mustard, rolled and put in the air fryer. 2 for 264 calories. A great snack, loaded with protein, and it's pretty tasty!
  • perryc05
    perryc05 Posts: 135 Member
    edited May 17
    Pataks Korma simmer sauce plus a diced up chicken breast with some frozen green beans mixed through -- then served with steamed rice. Usually takes about 20 minutes.

    The Pataks range seems to be available in a lot of places in the world:
    https://www.pataks.co.uk/recipes/easy-chicken-korma
    https://www.pataksusa.com/products/korma-curry-sauce
    https://www.pataks.ca/products/korma-sauce
  • hesn92
    hesn92 Posts: 5,964 Member
    edited May 17
    stir fry can be a fast meal if you use a bag of frozen veggies. I have a hard time finding a bag that I like because they usually always have weird stuff that I don't like, like water chestnuts LOL.

    spaghetti is obv very fast.

    tacos with ground beef. I like to make guacamole and salsa but I'm usually done with those by the time the beef is is done cooking.

    Salmon. I like to cut it in cubes, season and air fry them. I serve it with rice and a veg and a sauce.

    "korean beef" - anything where you just brown the beef in a pan like that is fast and easy lol. Serve w rice and a veg and extra sauce.
  • cwolfman13
    cwolfman13 Posts: 40,859 Member
    Spaghetti and meatballs with red sauce.
  • sunnishine22
    sunnishine22 Posts: 15 Member
    I do something very similar but in a skillet. My son calls it "Mom surprise". It's my go-to for almost all meals. The quantities below feed 2 people once and usually have leftovers for my lunch the next day.

    4 cups frozen veggies (Normandy blend is my favorite but literally anything works)
    1 cup frozen seasoning blend (onions, peppers)
    1 tbsp minced garlic
    salt/pepper
    2 cups protein (leftover meat / eggs / beans - or a combination)
    1 cup filler (potatoes / rice / pasta)

    The sauce I use varies on what I have and what I'm in the mood for. Sometimes it's a salsa mix (chunky salsa with a bit of sour cream), but generally is some kind of Thai chili sauce or similar cooking sauce, just enough to taste.