Foodies – HELP Please :-)

Hey there readers.  I have a little project that I am working on and I need YOUR help!  While travelling in a caravan, we are limited to how much stuff we can carry, so we look for easy meals we can whip up, that are nutritious, filling & are on the less expensive side.  I have put a call out on Facebook and ask people to send in recipes – this way I can collate them all and have a little guide on my BLOG to help people when they are stuck for ideas.

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So – given that the word FOODIE may have attracted you, please feel free to share any recipes of little meals (breakfast/lunch/dinner/snacks) that you might have, they can be as fancy or as simple as you like.  You can post them in the comments of this post or email me – 🙂  I will make sure I credit your name/Blog whatever you ask, and if you could add a photo that would be great too!

The internet is a great source for people to share information, this is why I love Facebook, Instagram & Blogging, so I thank you in advance!

4 thoughts on “Foodies – HELP Please :-)

  1. redroveroz says:

    Part of our travel tricks is to steam vegies and then just salt & pepper them. We have a silicone insert that fits our pans. Vegies that work well are potatoes, pumpkin, cabbage, carrots, capsicum, broccoli, cauliflower, sweat potatoes.

    We have two plastic boxes which fit in a wide by narrow height shelf. No lid as the shelf top acts as a kind of lid. We found that drilling holes in the boxes negated the need for wrapping the vegies in newspaper (often recommended for travelling).

    We buy whole pumpkin and whole cabbage for longevity, though this can be space challenging!

    Varying the vegies we buy week to week makes it less boring.

    Maybe we have just gotten used to the vegies, but we do find just salt & pepper sufficient for tasty vegies.

    However, balsamic vinegar, perhaps even caramelised, worchester sauce have been recommended by others. Sometimes i will use Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce.

    A really quick but tasty meat is bonesless chicken thighs cubed and then marinated in whatever spices or spice mix you like, with a bit of oil such as sesame or olive, then barbequed is really great.

    One of my favourites is a saucepan stir fry – we dont have space for a wok – with rice. Lots of veg again with enough meat (i like mine sliced into small strips or cubes) to suit us and of course spices galore.

    In fact, a good selection of spices can turn a boring dinner into a zing!!

  2. Lee says:

    Great idea- I was just now searching for some simple receipes to add to my collection.

    I don’t have a pic handy with me but one of my favourites is Salmon Morney. I buy the tin red salmon from Aldi ($7 a can and we can get approx 6 meals out of it).

    Boil rice

    Make a white cheese sauce (equal parts flour and butter, milk, handful of cheese, parsley and salt and pepper to taste)

    Break apart Salmon with a fork

    Compile rice, salmon and pour white cheese sauce over the top. Sprinkle with bread crumbs and parmesen cheese and bake for approx 30min.

    Great for leftovers as well.

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