Make It Easy

TIP: Cook once. Eat twice. Make weeknight cooking a breeze with planned extras.

Try these easy options:

  • Grilling chicken or fish? Grill a couple of extra pieces for sandwiches.
  • Roasting veggies? Roast extras to toss with pasta or barley or to top a pizza.
  • Serving chili? Cook a bigger pot and then make enchiladas.
  • Having salad with supper? Make extra and put it in the fridge, without dressing, for tomorrow’s lunch.

TIP: Make a no-fuss meal with just six simple ingredients!

Get inspired with these ideas:

  • Cheesy Frittata – eggs, spinach, diced potato, red onion, milk and older cheddar cheese baked together into a fabulous frittata
  • Lemony Pasta – whole grain pasta tossed with grilled zucchini, cherry tomatoes, roasted garlic, chickpeas and freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • Loaded Sweet Potato – baked sweet potato topped with black beans, green onion, tomato, cilantro and a spoonful of plain yogurt 

TIP: Cooking dinner is a snap with satisfying one-pot meals.

Whether it’s a quick supper or a slow-cooked dish, one-pot meals are the ideal no-fuss solution.

  • Go quick: Cook simple skillet fajitas with sautéed onions, garlic, chicken and bell peppers. Serve the mixture in warm tortillas with avocado, cheese and salsa.

Go slow: Make satisfying slow-cooker stews with beef, pork or dried legumes, root veggies, herbs and spices, simmered in flavourful broth.

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