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Timely Tip and a Recipe
April 7, 2004

Something that I do to help with time is freeze individual portions of different foods. I cook up large batches of some of the following and freeze in 1 qt baggies. Then when I want a quick dinner or lunch I only have to heat in the microwave.

Brown Rice - I cook about 6 cups at a time. I use for stirfry, burritos, rice and beans, to throw in soups, etc.

Bean Soup - Homemade to put on brown rice.

Any kind of soup - use your crock pot!!

French Fries - Yes!! Easy!! Boil any potatoe for 10 to 15 minutes. Cool down. Cut into wedges or dice for hash browns throw into freezer baggies and freeze. To cook fries place on a cookie sheet drizzle with olive oil and spices such as cayenne pepper or whatever you like bake at 400 for about 40 minutes if frozen. Flip once. Done when brown on both sides. For hashbrowns use olive oil salt and pepper and fry in skillet.

Mashed Potatoes

Refried Beans - I make my own in the crockpot.

Just add about 2 - 3 cups of beans, small can of tomatoe sauce, 1 tablespoon chili powder, salt, onion powder and garlic powder.

Cook until tender.

Drain but keep juice.

Put in blender with a little juice to get right consistency. They will thicken as they cool.

Fry in a skillet or reheat them up in a pot until desired consistency.

Freeze in freezer bags.

It is easier to freeze things flat. That way if you want to break some off you can.

Hope this helps.




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