I created a mini recipe book for my pre-missionary here.
I invited Adam to choose his favorite recipes that are quick, easy, cheap, yummo, and mostly healthy.
Some of you requested that I post the recipes.
So here they are!
Some meals are so easy they don't need a recipe like burritos or fried eggs. Those are marked with a yellow dot on the table of contents tabs. After each of the five tab lists (meals, soups, salads, treats, breakfasts) I'll include any recipes in that category. Most of the baking recipes originally called for honey but that's pricey so I converted them to sugar for Adam's mission.
My friend who has lived in Europe suggested I send a set of American measuring cups and spoons with Adam on his mission to France so he won't have to convert to the metric system. Good idea! I also don't know if Adam will be able to find some of the staple foods I cook with like canned chicken and beef and bouillon (sooo convenient from Costco). But I'm hoping if not, that he can improvise and still have plenty of variety to eat.
1. Quick Meals for lunch or dinner
|Brown rice is a healthy and cheap staple food. Because it takes a while to cook, I suggested that Adam cook up a double batch on P-day and keep it in the fridge to use during the week.|
|Any quick bread like banana, blueberry, apple, pumpkin can be made into muffins or a cake, depending on what pans Adam finds in his missionary apartment.|