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@BYOLA2871 (4373)
South Africa
May 6, 2009 5:53am CST
I am going to have a very free weekend and there is only one thing that I have in mind to do, and that is to do cooking for my family, but I have already exhausted my ideas of different dishes I know, is there anyone here who can help with a recipe of something special that I can prepare to make feel special, note that the meal should contain enough protein, thanks
3 responses
• United States
6 May 09
I always like my weekend meals to be quick and easy! One of my favorites is to make a stir fry. You can use chicken, beef, pork, or any other meat you have for the protein! You can even use tofu, if you would like. Cook the meat. Cut peppers into strips. Cut onions into decent sized pieces. Slice a carrot and a zucchini. Any of your favorite vegetables. Saute them in olive oil, until tender but still crisp. Toss in the meat. You can add any of your favorite seasonings - soy sauce is a great place to start. Try adding oregano or rosemary. You could make this every weekend and have something that tastes different each time!
@BYOLA2871 (4373)
• South Africa
6 May 09
i like this one ,i think so far i may pick it as the its somethhing i have not had before and it will also have what i need ,the protein,thats great
@stephcjh (32327)
• United States
6 May 09
I would suggest a taco salad. All you need is some taco sause, ground beef, tacos or burrito shells or nacho chips, lettuce, refried beans, tomatoes, onion, shredded cheese and some sour creme. Mix to your liking after browning hamburger.
@BYOLA2871 (4373)
• South Africa
6 May 09
hmmmmm!i am licking my lips already,i think i can give this a try but i will still be open for more ideas between now and friday cos saturday i should be doing the cooking thanks Steph
@Darkwing (21588)
17 May 09
I always swear by my English Roast. Roast, stuffed chicken would give a lot of protein with selected vegetables. I normally have swede, brussels sprouts or brocolli, cauliflower and carrots, with roast potatoes, and Yorkshire puds. It's very filling but a very substantial meal. Other than that, I sometimes take some macaroni cheese or cook some pasta, make a sauce and add ham or bacon, sliced mushrooms and small brocolli florettes to it. Grate cheese on the top and bake it in the oven. There's plenty of vitamins and minerals in that too. Brightest Blessings.