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    There are loads of 20-30min thermy meals around, my fav would be risotto, soup, steamed chicken with veg and sauce, oh there is this really yummy lemon sesame ginger one as well. I could list tons lol

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    Head over feet how much effort are we talking

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    Default Absolute quickest, low effort healthy recipes ideas

    It's interesting to see how many times the old frozen spinach has been mentioned , love it

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    Default Absolute quickest, low effort healthy recipes ideas

    Tuna pasta- so simple, cheap and very tasty!

    My toddler loves for lunch, can throw grated carrot in for some extra hidden veg.

    Chop and cook onion (can use frozen to save chopping)
    Add large can tuna
    Add 2 pieces chopped celery
    Add can tomato soup
    Add half can of water (use tomato soup can)
    Add 1Cup of cheese.
    Leave to thicken

    Serve over top of any simple pasta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chew the Mintie View Post
    Head over feet how much effort are we talking
    Just shy of $2000 (which sounds like a lot I figured a flat screen tv wasn't really going to save me time or money lol nor would it make my dinner) it makes things soooo much easier when making meals, for me it's my 'second set of hands in the kitchen aka kitchen #$%@! lol

    Eta, loads of payment options, pretty sure they are still running interest free so you can pay it off for around $15 a week, mine saved me about $40 a week so I was $25 a week better off already!

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    Default Absolute quickest, low effort healthy recipes ideas

    An easy one I do that is absolutely delicious is pumpkin & bacon fettuccine....
    Fettuccine
    Diced bacon
    Diced onion
    Cream
    Tin of cream of pumpkin soup

    Cook fettuccine
    Add bacon & onion to frypan & cook till golden
    Stir in cream & tin soup
    Add cooked pasta
    Sprinkle Parmesan cheese on top
    Absolutely delicious & so easy.

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    Subbing! It's great to see I'm not the only one who cooks barely anything lol!

    The packet pastas are great, mix in some frozen veg mix and ham

    The good ol BBQ chicken and salad rolls

    I had spaghetti on toast tonight hehe

    I'll add more when I'm not falling asleep

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    There are loads of 20-30min thermy meals around, my fav would be risotto, soup, steamed chicken with veg and sauce, oh there is this really yummy lemon sesame ginger one as well. I could list tons lol
    I have a thermomix which is gathering dust and cobwebs. I so need inspiration! My main issue with the meals is I like my food to cook for a while so the flavour really infuses everything - I have found the things I cook taste like they were cooked quickly, iykwim.

    Is there a good place to find good recipes that don't suffer this?

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    I think fish is the quickest and healthiest meal to cook! Pan fry, grill, stir fry or BBQ you can cook it in literally 5 minutes, add easy fresh marinades as it cooks, lemon, garlic, olive oil, maple syrup , herbs , pepper etc
    Either with salad or steamed bok Choy or baby spinach, add some quinoa or rice or rice noodles and you have a perfect meal packed with protein, iron, vitamins, anti oxidants and more importantly preservative and packet free!
    Try lots of different varieties, salmon, tuna, cod, snapper, barramundi , flat head - anything you can get in a "steak" and boneless or even green prawns!

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    Default Absolute quickest, low effort healthy recipes ideas

    Butter some bread and trim the crust. Push bread butter side down in muffin trays. I put ham, bit of mayo, cheese and shallots (whatever I can find) on the bread then crack a egg in each one. Bake in the oven till egg is cooked. Can be eaten the next day for lunch aswell.


 

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