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10 Simple Meals for Dinner in 20 Minutes or LessEasy Peasy Meals for when you CBF!

You’ve worked your butt off all day, you’re tired, the kids are tired, your partner is tired, even the dog is tired and you’ve got to cook dinner. 

You’ve checked the freezer for easy meals – nothing… Urrgghhhh… That means you actually have to cook! Then again, that doesn’t necessarily mean slaving in your kitchen for hours. Here are some simple, quick, and easy recipes for dinner for when you don’t feel like cooking!

10 Simple Meals for Dinner | Stay At Home Mum

1. Sausages in Pastry

It takes about 20 minutes to cook – but only 5 minutes to assemble.  Serve it with some frozen veggies (cook for 7 minutes in the microwave) and a good splash of good ole’ Aussie Tomato Sauce.

Sausages in Pastry | Stay at Home Mum

2. Vegetable Fritters

They are easy, good for you and the kids love them.  Takes about 15 minutes to put together, and 5 minutes to cook.  Best of all – serve on their own!

Vegetable Fritters | Stay at Home Mum

3.  Bangers & Mash

This is actually one of my favourite dinner recipes.  Cook the sausages in a moderate oven for 20 minutes until cooked (or you can grill or BBQ them!)  Serve with mashed potato and gravy. Will take about 20 minutes all up if you put the potatoes on at the same time you put the sausages in the oven! Throw some onion rings in the gravy if you have the time for an even more delicious meal!

Bangers and Mash

4.  Fried Rice

Got some leftover meat in the fridge?  Cut it up finely, throw it in a frypan with some onion and a hand full of frozen vegies, add some cooked rice (takes 10 minutes in the microwave) – add some soy sauce and your done!  All up – 15 minutes!

Special Fried Rice | Stay at Home Mum

5.  Home Made Pizza

Got some pitta bread or some pre-made pizza dough in the freezer?  Then you have a meal!  If you have no pizza sauce, just use Tomato or BBQ sauce as a base, throw any leftover meats, capsicum, onion, cheese – whatever you have.  Place under the grill for about 7 minutes – and you’re done!!

via taste.com.au
via taste.com.au

More easy meals for dinner next page!

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