So yesterday, I made some amazing keema curry.
edit: yes, I know I’m a terrible person for making this with beef, but ground anything else can be tricky to find at the stores here, sorry! I now usually make it exclusively with lentils, if that matters ^^;
I try to always have some sort of “pot” food on hand at any given time, something that I can make in a large quantity that we can eat for a couple of meals. I rotate between things like chicken soup, chili, chicken a la king, Japanese curry, chicken and wild rice, those sort of things. This way, I can always have dinner on hand, and in the end, it’s a lot cheaper than making individual dinners – most of these cost about $2 a serving, and Chris and I can eat them for 2-4 meals, which is a great deal when you’re really don’t have much money to spend. “Shoestring” doesn’t even begin to describe how we’ve had to be lately, but at least we can eat well when I cook.
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