beans and ham with cornbreadfrench toast for dinner, or any breakfast for dinnerchicken and dumplings (i found pre rolled dumpling strips in the frozen section, cheap, quick, easy)pasta only, or with veggie sidestacosspegveggie wraps with peanut sauce, or with chicken, hm sauce is quick, easy, cheapindian sauce (jelfrezi, tikka masala, korma) with rice. i do add chicken and prefer to add some veggies but if you buy the sauce and then add coconut milk it is less expensive, goes further, cuts spices if it isn't already mild and really fills the kids up.
just a few. i am just getting my kitchen life revived a bit these days so....
You know the best thing I have done to cut my food budget was to follow some blogs about couponing. Doing the coupon game and then planning my menu around what I have gotten.
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I find dishes where you can use smaller amounts of meat or where you can omit the meat completely are the most inexpensive
Stews, soups, stirfry, fried rices, chili, pasta dishes, casseroles