Roundup: Five Recipes To Make Tonight

Roundup: Five Recipes To Make Tonight

Do you have days where you stand in front of your pantry and look into your fridge and proclaim that there’s nothing to make for dinner? I’ve had a lot of those days recently, but the truth is there is always something to make. I always have beans and tuna in my pantry and there’s always a big tub of spinach and a bag of carrots in the fridge. Sometimes it just takes a little inspiration to figure out different ways to combine these ingredients. I’ve put together a list of five recipes that you could make tonight with items already in your kitchen.

Beans and rice are a classic combination, and this Adzuki Bean and Brown Rice Salad is a great way to combine two pantry staples.(Don’t be afraid to sub in another bean if you don’t have Adzuki beans!)

Maybe it’s a Greek thing, but we always have Feta in our fridge and this Hummus and Feta Sandwich is a go-to last minute dinner or lunch.

If you’re looking for something hearty, you can’t go wrong with Chickpea and Spinach Stew.

There is at least one night a week where I eat canned tuna for dinner – it’s one of my favourite things. I like to change it up every once in a while with one of my favourite SPC recipes, Tuna Salad Sundaes.

 

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