Jun. 13th, 2010

highlyeccentric: Teacup - text: while there's tea there's hope (while there's tea there's hope)
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I recently acquired this recipe from my mother, and it turns out to be just as delicious as I remember - and incredibly quick and easy to boot!

Accessibility notes: Low on chopping; the hardboiled eggs require lifting of pots and water, but the recipe will be fine if you leave that out. Needs to be mixed either with your hands or a spoon.

Meatloaf of deliciousness and win )

Makes 4-6 servings, depending on how hungry you are; reheats pretty well; can be sliced up to put in lunches / toasted sandwiches etc.
highlyeccentric: Teacup - text: while there's tea there's hope (while there's tea there's hope)
[personal profile] highlyeccentric
This one only makes two or three servings, but it's a favourite of mine for cooking up for lunch on one day and saving for lunch and/or snacks the next day. It was invented by a friend of a former housemate, so all due credit to former housemate's friend.

Accessibility notes: This one involves lifting (pots and water for pasta), and if your avocadoes aren't perfectly ripe you may find that scooping and mashing them requires a bit of manual dexterity and strength. It's low on time and chopping, though.
This recipe is dairy-free and, if you have gluten-free pasta, it could be gluten free as well. Likewise, it could be vegetarian if you leave out the optional meat ingredients.

Deliciousness ahoy )

Note: you might think "ooh, this is quite like gauacamole, let's add some sour cream!" And I did exactly that a couple of days ago, so I can report that the sour-cream version is not BAD, but I much prefer the dairy free version.

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