8 recipes you can have for dinner tonight and as a leftover lunch tomorrow
Find lunch prep a little laborious? Here are 8 meals that taste just as good – if not better – the next day. Enjoy as a fantastic midweek dinner, then pack any leftovers away for an easy on-the-go lunch. You’ll be counting down the hours to your midday meal….
Noodles have a tendency to dry out quite quickly but this recipe solves that problem. Mix all the dressing ingredients together, pop in a small jar and drizzle over the noodles the next day for lunch.
The best thing about a dhal is its versatility. It makes a fantastic veggie main or side as part of a big Indian feast and can easily be adapted to use any vegetables you already have in the house. Enjoy with rice for dinner and then the next day with flatbreads.
Frittatas make a brilliant Tupperware-friendly meal. Enjoy hot, for dinner, with new potatoes and greens, then pop in a lunchbox with a crisp green salad to eat on the go.
We quiche you not, this really is the ultimate quiche lorraine. Crisp pastry, a silky, just-set filling and a hint of nutmeg. This recipe serves up to 10 people so give it a go at the weekend and make Monday’s lunch a breeze.
Whether you serve these beans with bread, rice or jacket potatoes, they always make a satisfying meal at any time of day.
We’ve packed green beans, avocado, red onions and tomatoes into this Mexican-style one-pot and all it takes is 30 minutes.
This recipe contains all the nutritiousness of protein-rich quinoa and lots of veggies, but has the comforting flavour and texture of risotto. Reheat it the next day, in a saucepan or a microwave, and try adding a dollop of crème fraîche too for extra richness.
Batch-cooking soup is a handy way to make your meals go further. Cuddle up with a bowl of our warming carrot and ginger soup for dinner, then pop it in a flask to take to work.
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