My new meal plan for one considering I’ll be living alone. Inc. suggested shopping habbits.
So I have been offered a new job that is 100 miles from my current location, meaning I will have to live as a singular for an indeterminate amount of time. Which made me think, I will need my lunch planning and meals, and possibly even breakfast if there is only one of me. Most recipes do servings for 4, or at a push two. I do not think eating some things four days later will be good for me, being concerned about germs and stuff. So without getting bored I thought I’d make a list of the things I’d like to have for lunch, so I don’t get bored and have the same thing day in, day out.
- Make tuna crunch in a baguette.
: 2/3 baguettes, 1 can of tuna, mayo, red onion. Optional: Cucumber, sweetcorn
- Make egg mayo sandwiches.
: Bread, any time, 2 eggs, mayo, black pepper. Optional: Watercress, Lettuce
- Make chicken/ham sandwiches/wraps
: Bread/Wraps – use any type of meat maybe leftovers.
: Lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, gherkins, red onion, sweetcorn sweet onion sauce. Optional: Blue cheese, half boiled eggs, tuna or ham slices.
: Canned or homemade variety, suggest taking a slice of bread or two with butter as well.
- Tuna sweetcorn pasta
: Tuna, pasta, mayo, sweetcorn. Optional: Red onion
- Rice dish – not sure what yet.
- Chicken Baguette
- Chicken club baguette
: Baguette, Chicken, lettuce, sliced tomatoes and mayo, sweetcure bacon
- Easy pasta salad
: Couscous, sweetcorn, stock, onion, tomatoes, pumpkin seeds, cucumber, peppers.
- Peanut butter and cucumber sandwich
: Peanut butter, bread, cucumber.
: Nori sheets, rice, cucumber, seafood sticks, seasame seeds, soy sauce, tuna, carrot, pepper
- Sushi rice salad
: Sushi rice, sugar, rice vineger, then freestyle. (Grated carrot, pepper, any seafood lying around, seasame seeds). This recipe uses plain rice.
- Crustless Quiche
: Eggs, cheese and optional extras. Amazing, crustless quiche bitesize and made so much easier
Veg sticks: http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/12418/lunchbox-snacks
Bannana Bread – http://www.goodtoknow.co.uk/recipes/142372/Banana-bread
What do you think?