Hate to cook!!!!

Gina - posted on 08/06/2009 ( 2 moms have responded )




I really hate to cook so any recipes that gets me OUT of the kitchen quicker and is easy to do is the best for me...

Please send me something to get out of the same ol' hamburger meals....

Thanks so much....

Plus I have some picky eaters too... don't like tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, bell peppers, etc...

Hubby doesn't like chicken, pork chops, and can't eat steaks... Limits my meats down..

I am also trying to lose weight so something somewhat healthy....


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Elisa - posted on 08/06/2009




How are they with fish? Easiest thing ever is get some fish, put it in the George Forman grill with some butter and seasonings till it's done, and have some steamed broccoli along side topped with spray butter and parmesian cheese. Great for losing weight, low prep, and low clean-up.

And as far as the picky goes... is it that they don't like those things raw? Have you tried them different ways? For example, spaghetti is great, also low prep/cleanup - but add stewed tomatoes (I use a can), meat or meatballs, and seasonings to flavor it up for you. My hubby doesn't like raw tomatoes, but is perfectly fine with cooked ones.

Does your hubby not like ANY chicken, or just fixed certain ways? Have you tried breaded? Mixed in casserols? I would suggest making a casserol of some type that is healty and easy, and *IF* it becomes an issue, tell people they are allowed to pick out ONE item (ie chicken, peas, etc) and one item only. Easiest casserol is make a white sauce; add boiled or browned chicken, peas, carrots, browned diced onions (not likely they will notice, and if they will, just use onion powder), etc; add some cooked bowtie noodles, grease a pan up (I use PAM spray), put the whole mix in it, top with a couple TBSP of bread crumbs and a couple TBSP of Parmesian cheese and stick the whole thing in the oven till the top gets golden.

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