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02 Jun 2017 - 10:37:56 am

Leftover Food Ideas That Will Save You Money

Many people who lead busy lives do not have time to come home and prepare a healthy meal. Many times, frozen processed food takes the place of healthier meals due to lack of time. By the time you get home from work you are likely so exhausted that you do not feel like spending another hour or two in the kitchen cooking a well balanced meal.



Raw celery can be added to tuna fish, Waldorf, or mediterranean chicken in slow cooker. Stick a stock of raw celery into a tomato-based health drink. Use it to mix the drink and eat it as a crunchy and healthy snack.

Usually I buy commercial chicken stock for holiday meals to cut down on preparation work. But this year I decided to make my own stock. Fortunately, my grocery store carries packages of chicken gizzards for this purpose. This product saved me preparation work, allowed me to control salt, and helped me get ready for Thanksgiving days ahead of time.

Green Giant Just for One Frozen Vegetables. Individual servings of vegetables, each in its own serving tray. Comes in a package of four slow cooker chicken trays which can be prepared separately. These are perfect if you struggle with getting vegetables in your diet.

Though fall was delayed this year, it finally came to Minnesota. The leaves changed color, turned brown, and fell from the trees. Night temperatures dropped into the 30s and in the morning there was frost on the ground. Suddenly, I felt like making chili. To avoid another trip to the grocery store, I used available ingredients, and created my own recipe.

Insert a slow cooker liner in the pot. Rinse the gizzards under running water mediterranean chicken goat cheese recipe place on the bottom. Add vegetables, salt, lemon pepper and water. Cover and simmer on high for four hours. Remove vegetables and gizzards with a slotted spoon and discard. Strain broth through a fine sieve into a batter bowl or heatproof pitcher. Pour stock into food storage cartons and refrigerate until needed. Makes 2 quarts of stock.
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