Tips for Simple and Nutritious Meals

This is how you start many meals. Saute diced onion and bell peper in oil for 5-10minutes on med heat. Turn heat down, add crushed garlic or diced garlic to the pan and cook for 3 more mins.

This Delicious & Nutritious My Prep Delivery you to create many pasta dishes, pilaf, soups as well as chili, eggplant marinara chicken, pork, and more. These flavors go well with many other foods, so you don’t have to worry about making mistakes. To make dinner, simply add pasta, salt, pepper, Parmesan, and a simple green leaf to the pan. It’s the same for rice pilaf. Just add rice, water, salt and pepper to a pan and let it cook.

This is a wonderful way to start a recipe for chicken or pork. I often add wine or lemon juice to meats when cooking. This can all be done directly on the stovetop. To do this, simply add 1 lemon juice to the pan along with chicken breast tenders. Turn on heat until the lid is removed and then brown the meat. Tip! Make sure that you have enough liquid. It’s okay to not go crazy with oil but also make sure you don’t overdo it. The wine or lemon will help to make this easier and add a lot of flavor. To serve the chicken, you will need to make a nice juice.

These are just two examples of a meal that takes less than half an hour. I almost always prepare a simple salad to accompany my main meal. It can be made in 5-10 minutes and done while the pasta or rice are cooking. You can make a simple vinegar dressing by adding olive oil, red wines or balsamic vinaigrette to the dish.

Things I keep around are onions, bellspears, garlic bulbs. lemons. fresh carrots. A head of lettuce. Cane tomatoes. Rice, beans. Olive oil. Red wine vinegar and/or Balsamic Vinegar. Frozen vegetables (spinach or broccoli my go-to) and dried herbs and spice. These can often be used as a meal-in-a-day because they have a remarkable shelf life.

Herbs & Spices That I Can’t Live Without: Basil, oregano. rosemary. Bay leaves, tarragon. Sage, parsley. Sage, thyme. Celery seed. Paprika. Cayenne. Black pepper. Red pepper flakes. Some of these I don’t know, but I have gotten a lot more mileage than I expected.

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