Meal planning can you help you save money, save time, and eat a healthier diet. It can also reduce stress, as you avoid last-minute decisions about what to make for dinner. These tips can help make meal planning easier.
In a large pot, heat oil and brown meat.
Add onion, carrot, and celery and sauté 4-5 minutes.
Add garlic, oregano, and basil and sauté 2 more minutes.
Add stock, tomatoes, and cannellini beans.
Bring to a boil, cover, and simmer 10-15 minutes.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Arrange eggplant, onions, and zucchini on a baking sheet, sprayed with cooking spray. Lightly spray top of vegetables with cooking spray as well. Cover with aluminum foil. Bake for 10 minutes covered and 10 minutes uncovered.
It's the end of a long day and you hear the familiar question: "What's for dinner?"
In a large pot, heat oil and add onion and garlic and sauté until translucent. Add chicken broth, water, chicken breasts, brown rice (if uncooked), salt, and pepper and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer 20-25 minutes. Remove chicken breasts and shred off the meat with a fork.
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In a blender, combine all sauce ingredients and blend until smooth. Set aside. In wok or large skillet, heat oil and stir-fry tofu cubes over high heat until golden brown, 5-7 minutes. Remove tofu and set aside.
Coarsely mash garbanzo beans with a fork or masher.
Add remaining ingredients, except oil and buns, and mix thoroughly. Form into four patties.
Meanwhile, heat oil in large skillet and cook over medium heat until brown. Flip over and brown other side.