These 15 recipes are quick and easy to prepare with things you have in your stock (pantry, freezer and refrigerator) and are stored for some longer period. This way you can prepare a healthy dinner everyday.
An easy and cheap recipe with broccoli, carrots and ham. Together with rice rolled in a delicious wrapped and ovenbaker. Enjoy this recipe.
Spaghetti con olio e aglio (e pepperoni)
A classic recipe from the Italian kitchen and that's for a good reason. With a few simple ingredients you'll serve a delicious dinner. If you don't have any pepper in your stock, use dried chili flakes from the pantry. Find the recipe here.
Spaghetti with a creamy kale pesto
A delicious spaghetti with a pesto of kale. You can use kale from the freezer to prepare the pesto. A delicious and easy recipe.
Spaghetti with broccoli, minced beef and bacon
By using the bacon fat and mix it with the meat, broccoli and spaghetti this recipe gets a lot of flavor. You can use broccoli from the freezer, but this recipe is also very delicious with cauliflower.
Macaroni casserole with mascarpone tomato sauce
A macaroni casserole that's in the oven in 15 minutes. If you want to bake this casserole from the pantry, substitute the zucchini with an extra leek. That way you also have a delicious yet healthy casserole recipe.
Quick and fast macaroni
At our house this is a real staple recipe. Fast macaroni. Like granny makes it. Simple, quick and only 5 ingredients. An easy recipe.
Vegetarian cabbage leek soup
A soup of only 5 ingredients that are real staples when treated well. A great dinner soup full of flavor. If you've got a white (or green) cabbage store it in a dark, dry place and you can store it for a few months. You can also choose to slice the cabbage, blanche it for 3 minutes, cool it down quickly and store in the freezer up to 12 months. Your leek stays fresh in the refrigerator up to 3 weeks. You can also slice it, blanch it for 3 minutes, cool it down quickly and freeze up to 12 months in de freezer. This way this recipe is a real stock recipe.
Carrot curry soup
In this recipe you can use a lot of dried spices and herbs from your pantry. And of course you use carrots. Carrots stay fresh for a few weeks at a temperature between 12 and 20 degrees Don't store the carrot in the refrigerator, it won't last that long. You can also slice your carrots in cubes, blanch for 2 minutes, cool down quickly and freeze. You can freeze it up to 12 months.
Easy onion soup
This onion soup only takes 6 stock ingredients. Ideal for this wrap up. A full soup with lots of flavor yet a simple recipe. I recommend this one for sure.
Chickensoup with coconut milk
Especially in this times (but I recommend always) we try to throw away almost nothing. So if you've got some leftover cooked chicken, take some spices and coconut milk from your stock and make this recipe for a delicious chicken soup with coconut milk.
Quiche with cauliflower, broccoli and cervelate
You can use dried sausage to make a superb quiche recipe like with this recipe with cauliflower, broccoli and cervelate. Potatoes can be stored for a few weeks (stored cool and in a dark place) and the same goes with cheese, dried sausage and eggs). The veggies in this recipe comes from your freezer.
Vegetarian shallot goat cheese quiche
If you can't get any flour for this recipe, you can use savory pie dough from the freezer as a substitute.
One pot dish rice with chicken
If you've got some chicken breast in your freezer add some stock and you can make this simple recipe for rice with chicken in one pot.
Fried egg noodles with chicken
A great recipe with chicken are these fried egg noodles. The carrot, broccoli and cabbage are freezed (look at the tips above for a how to) and can be stored up to 12 months. A great noodle recipe with lots of flavor.
Chicken leek casserole
This is recipe I like to make quite often with leftover veggies or meat. It's easy to prepare and really delicious.
Easy to make recipes are key, especially for busy weeknights. Budget-friendly is a must with the cost of groceries on the rise all the time. Great recipes in this collection.
What a great resource for when I'm running out of ideas on what to make!
I love quick and easy recipes! It makes life so much better!
This is great collection and I am going to try few of them. Home made stock is always best.
It is. Thank you!
It surely does!
Indeed, I love a good recipe go-to, and these are mine. Thank you!
Giangi Townsend says
What a fantastic array of recipes; thank you for assembling them.
Now the fun begins. Which one should I make first? Chicken soup with coconut milk as I had some chicken leftover