Back in September I started taking a few notes to share my "easy" dinner reviews. They're somewhere around here, probably in the same pile as my garbage bill and Christmas cards I thought I mailed. I'm coming off of one of those weeks that leave me feeling overwhelmed by the very basics of life. I'm fine, we're all fine, just sick of being sick (who isn't!) and ready for some Spring! I gave the hour up pretty begrudgingly yesterday, by the way, what with the hail and all.
So, my sunshines, a few notes on some "easy" dinners. This was during one of my multi-deadline weeks in September. I kept meaning to make and freeze some meals but … Stouffers it was.
- So there's the Stouffer's Corner Bistro – Sesame Chicken
Really tasty, "for frozen" is how we both qualified it. Also, not nearly enough of a portion for Matt, but really, what is? But I was feeling pretty snacky later in the evening as well. Stress-eating anyone?
Notes: Easy to make and nearly all the packaging is recyclable.
- Ultimate DiGiorno supreme pizza
Don't try this at home. If you happen to crave cardboard, just melt some cheese on an empty cereal box.
- Market Bay Salmon Fillets with Spicy Mango Sauce – take out of box, bake
(I still managed to set off smoke alarms and got a call from Amy a few blocks away that a little brown bullet named Lucy showed up at their house)
cooked with asparagus spears and brown rice, topped with mango salsa
What are your favorite "get dinner on stat" out of the freezer/cupboard meals?
best one yet
- For snacks: Kashi's TLC (tasty little chewies) Cherry Dark Chocolate
Taste – A++
Ability to hold together: not so much