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Lunch ideas

lazorinie

wants a body to love!
#1
i start my placement at the hospital soon working horrible shifts. its the first time since i started sw. usually i eat rubbish crisps, choc etc for lunch and tea times. just after some quick n easy ideas for lunch as sometimes i wont be gettin home til half 10 then up at 5 :s, so dont have much time.
I dont like eggs, fish or salad. lol! They are all quick to cook to.
Would be grateful of some recipes/ideas.

thanks :)
 
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#2
I made an Extra Easy shepards pie the other night, portioned it up and froze it. I take a portion to work and heat it up in microwave, it was delish!

Boil 2lbs of pot, then mash with 6 tablespoons of natural low fat yoghurt, i also added some chives. Fry (in frylight), 1 chopped red onion, peas, 2 carrots and 2 cloves of garlic for 5 mins. Then add a very low fat mince and fry for further 5 mins. Finally add a tin of chopped toms and 1 tablespoon of concentrated beef stock, once it all start boiling, chuck it in a pyrex dish and top with the mash, put in oven for 30 mins at 200 degrees. Might sound long but is portioned into 4 huge portions! It is totally free and i get the steam bags of broccoli and cauliflower that you put in the microwave as the superfree food to go with it. Hope that helps xx
 
#3
Hi,
Do you like Quorn sausages?
If so what about a quick sausage sarnie.
(These are approximates)
Spray a dish with frylight, add some soy sauce, 1/2 tsp of chilli powder, tsp of paprika, 1/2 tsp of smoked paprika, 1/4 oregano, 1/2 tsp garlic powder, 1/2 tsp of onion powder, 1 tsp ketchup and 1-2 tsp of pickled red cabbage juice/vinegar.
Mix it all together and place your q.sausages in it. Completely cover the sausages. Heat up a pan, add the sausages and a finely chopped small onion. Spoon on the spare sauce while the sausages are cooking.
I also cut the sausages half way through so that they are cooked in the centre. Takes about 10 minutes and tastes great in either a w/m bun or with cous cous/rice, sw chips etc.
 

VITFA

Full Member
#4
i usually take left overs from the day before - with maybe a baked patatoe, lots of fruit, yogurt (low syn) jelly - even batchelor pasta or rice and reheat it (not every1 taste). I know exactly what position your in - i either batch cook on my days off or spend that extra 30mins at night and get prepared - that extra 30mins preparation always pays off - i tend not to take mass of £ either so i eat what i have and im not tempted to go get something else

can i ask what type of placement it is
if a ward then they will mostly have kettle, toaster, micro so say mug shot, beans on toast, toast and spag hoops

hope this helps xx
 

lazorinie

wants a body to love!
#5
thanks, yeah its a ward. Leftovers sounds about right, ill have to do some cooking and freeze stuff. Ooohh just though of beef stew :]] yum yum!
 
#6
New Potatoes, Ham, Bacon or Gammon, mixed with sweetcorn, peppers, red onion and fat free creme fraiche, chives and a HE of cheese mixed in.

Roast Veg Cous Cous or i have prawn and mango or chicken breast with mine

Loaded potato skins cold

Ham Rolls (slices of ham filled with cheese and onionno bread but i take potato wedges to eat woth them)

Spicy Sweet potato wedges and a cream and chive dip (quark mixed with chives and garlic and he of grated parmesan optional)

Chicken Pasta Salad
 


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