One can of black beans put in a pot and cook. Get out a fry pan, put olive oil in it. Chop up green pepper and throw in fry pan, cook. Chop up mushrooms and throw it in fry pan, cook. Chop up onion and throw in fry pan, cook. Chop up tomatoes and lettuce, put to the side. <br />
Grab tortilla, put black beans, everything you fried, hot sauce, tomatoes and lettuce on it, roll. Vegetarian burrito!
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Chicken Fajitas........simple tomato salsa, sour cream some chicken breasts, maybe some carrots and green/red peppers 1 whole lime, caster sugar, oregano, cayenne and cinnamon. <br />
Add the lime rind and juice, the caster sugar, oregano, cayenne and cinnamon together, slice the chicken breasts and add all to plastic bag shaking up so that each bit of chicken is coated in the herbs <br />
Slice and Fry off Chicken breasts in garlic (maybe add some mushrrom or onions optional) <br />
Slice Veg nice and thin (serve raw for crunchiness) <br />
Serve of Tortillas adding salsa and sour cream and veg serve immediately
I always like to have wheat pasta of anykind with added chick peas and soup......I use 1/2 can of the soup put into the cooked/drained pasta....the chick peas, or you could use regular frozen peas or some other vegetable, give it some texture and extra vitamins, etc., and the fact that it's wheat pasta + the veggies makes it really low-fat, etc.......and it's filling!!!<br />
I use 1/2 cup of the pasta, bring it to a rolling boil, take it off the heat, and let it sit for 10 minutes......DO NOT boil the pasta with your heat....waste of energy!!! <br />
Then drain the pasta, add the veggies and soup, and back onto the burner, stirring often so it doesn't stick..........add a salad if you like, & you have a relatively healthy, easy to prepare meal!!!<br />
Of course for more than one person, or if you are esp. hungry, you could use a cup, or even a cup and a half of the pasta & a whole can of soup......the soup I refer to here is condensed soup.......and the amount of veggies? either measure or just pour them out onto the cooked pasta until it looks like enough!!!
vegitarian stuffed peppers<br />
mix ground veggie meat with a package of premade rice (side kicks, uncle bens etc) add a tin of tomatoe sauce heat. Cut bell peppers in half lengthways, fill with meat and rice mixture, and bake for 30-40 min at 350 ... for last few min sprinkle with grated cheese if you like and broil
Grate a left-over baked potato, and fry it up as hashbrowns; two eggs however you like them atop the hashbrown; slice one tomato, season it and serve along side eggs and taters. Easy, quick, cheap and good.