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    Default Need quick easy child friendly recipes please

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    We are going away next week to stay in a cabin. I think it has a stove but not sure, definitely has a stove top though.
    What are some very simple minimal ingredient dinner ideas please
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    Roast chook from the supermarket with microwaved Frozen vegies or a salad plate.

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    Bangers and mash
    Fish fingers
    Bacon & scrambled eggs
    Chicken & rice
    Spaghetti bolognese

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    Awesome love it. Never thought of frozen veges

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    My kids love to pick from a big platter
    - salami
    - ham
    - cold chicken pieces
    - olives
    - cheeses
    - capsicum
    - cherry toms
    - raw veggies
    - cucumber pieces
    - chunks of ripe avocado
    Etc etc

    - and some tubs for dipping, eg.sour cream, hummus etc

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    I would be inclined to take frozen slowcooked things such as casserole, curry etc for dinners that you can reheat on the stove top, plus lots of chopped salad and fruit. Cooking major meals from scratch in a cabin can be difficult and extremely time consuming. Also bbq could be good if they have one.

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    Ps assuming you have a fridge or a good esky!

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    Pasta with veggies and a shop bought sauce such a a stir through that you don't have to cook.

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    Stir frys

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    I second littleriv's suggestions. Frozen cooked meals that can be heated up on the stove top would be your best bet. Things like bolognese, thai curry, butter chicken, creamy chicken casserole, beef casserole, beef stroganoff, garlic prawns. Then when you're there all you have to make from scratch is rice or pasta and maybe a side salad.


 

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