As I’m a single person who lives in shared accommodation (and have been for many years), the one frustration I have with most recipes and cook-books is that they are NOT aimed at someone who has limited storage space (and cooks only for one person – themselves). In most share-house situations I’ve been in I have only had limited space in the freezer, one “shelf” in the fridge and the same in the pantry/cupboard – so naturally I cannot ‘hoard’ a lot of ingredients. The other thing is that I live on a limited budget too at the moment (less then $50 per week) for groceries. This first post is the start of many – to find more similar recipes … click: “Single Person Share House Recipes”
Deconstructed no burrito Mexican dinner!
Thanks to Renae Burton
Layers of lettuce, shredded carrot, diced tomato and cucumber, lean organic beef mince with capsicum salsa, mashed avocado, a little corneal of sour cream finished with a sprinkle of herbed buffalo feta.#yummiegoodness Note: If you do not eat beef, red kidney beans and green beans and cauliflower work a treat. This would be an easy dish for you x 2 or 4 if you get 500 g mince otherwise just ask a butcher to give you 250g lean beef. All you need is 1 carrot, 1 tomato, 1 Lebanese cucumber, a small bag of lettuce leaves, 1 avo, 1 jar of salsa (any kind you like), lime, and small tub of sour cream if you want it but not necessary. A little sprinkle of any cheese you like (the deli will sell you what ever amount if what ever cheese you want. Cook and chop save half in a container layered and ready to go for lunch or dinner the next day! Chicken or turkey mince would be great with this and fish too otherwise veggo as suggested!