In Meal Plan 2, there are 750g of onions available to make caramelised onions. Onions cooked this way are delicious and very versatile. This quantity will make about 1 jam jar full.
Meal Plan 2
I couldn’t tell the difference between my usual ones, made with eggs and milk, and these. Costwise, these could be doable, where egg and milk ones weren’t
These little biscuits are fun to make, but a bit too moreish for a sweet toother like me
if you take 250g flour, some yeast and water, you can add many, many different things to it and get a lovely loaf, with 4 portions, to use for any meal
A pair of pancakes stuffed with sauted vegetables and bound together with creamy soft cheese – delicious.
Dinner this evening were these delicious little drop scones, accompanied by crispy fried onions and a carrot salad with a few raisins sprinkled in and spritzed with lemon juice.
The flavour of the sauce is thick and intense with the tomato paste and olives, a strong taste which I really enjoyed
A pitta bread filled with a mixture of grated carrot, lemon zest and juice and soft cheese. It was very tasty, it would work without the lemon if you don’t have any, but it really does make a big difference to the flavour, especially the zest.
Lunch today was this scrummy sandwich – I have only just finished eating it. This is a real quality sandwich, it would cost £3 or £4 from a shop.
Croutons are incredibly useful little things. They can shoosh up many a dish.
Breakfast this morning, frugalised Cinnamon Toast, just 4p a slice. Super quick and easy, and vegan too.
Wanted to try a couscous salad that I have been doing for a while and see if I could get it sub 50p. Well, it worked out at 60p for the dish in the picture, and there is plenty there for two, so 30p each, billy bargain 🙂