Cooking in bulk

I'm starting a job with long hours and I don't have much time after work to cook. What can I make in bulk on a Sunday that will last 4-5 nights?

All I can think of that's easy is chilli but I'm getting sick of it.

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Chicken and dumplings

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Not a response

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I made shoo kroot

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  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Basically any pasta in tomato sauce. It needs to be extremely saucy and undercooked. The office microwave actually finishes the cooking. I like to add cheese and ham to it

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just add what you have/like, this video is just to have an idea.

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Get yourself a big pork shoulder and slow cook it in some beef stock and bbq sauce in a crock pot for like 4-6 hours, and make burritos with the meat and whatever you like in your burritos.

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Chicken and Rice Some Steamed Veggies and some homemade sauce. Healthy CHeap and Easy.

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Soup, stew, casserole, lasagna, stuffed peppers, roast beef, pulled pork.
    Or just say frick it and get a wife that knows how to cook/nuke a tv dinner.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I make a bunch of chicken, rice and Mexican style beans with a corn salsa and make Chipotle style burrito bowls

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Buy a slow cooker, throw chicken/beef/pork into it with broth and vegetables and make some rice or pasta as a side, put it in tupperware, and heat it up at work.

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Big dishes like cottage pie, lasagna, meatloaf.
    And if you do make it, make 2, and then before you toss it in the oven, freeze one.

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I usually group ingredients together so that I can bulk buy, prep and cook at the same time but in different pans, adding the differing ingredients in the pans as necessary.

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I prepped breakfast burritos for the first time today. Followed this recipe:
    https://thebusyfoodie.com/chorizo-breakfast-burritos
    Only change I made is I upgraded to potatoes O'Brien, adding jalapenos. Recipe yields twice as much filling than can fit in the amount of tortillas it calls for, buy double. Next week I'll do sausage and bacon. If you really wanna cheap out, replace all ingredients a couple cans each of refried beans and diced tomatoes/green chilis for taco bell at home

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Bro those burritos are woefully underfilled they should be like bricks

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    One of my go-tos is a soup/stew with chuck, lots of potatoes, onion and kale or cabbage, seasoned with Worcestershire sauce, thyme, sage and bay leaf. Tomato paste is a good addition..

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    chorizo + + garlic + tomatoes + olives + peppers + rice + seasoning (herbs and paprika etc.)

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I've been living off lean ground beef + roasted brocc + jasmine rice since the beginning of the year

    >1lb or so of 90% ground beef
    >fresh brocc not that frozen shit
    >1c of uncooked white rice
    >1 onion
    >some garlic
    >soy sauce
    >honey
    >corn starch

    1) cook the rice how you see fit.
    2) cut up brocc and toss in olive oil, salt, papper, garlic salt. cook 425 for 20-ish minutes
    3) in a pan, heat up olive oil and fry up some diced onions. then add garlic. then add ground beef. get ground beef mostly cooked then add your sauce: 1/4c soy sauce, 2tbsp honey, some corn starch.
    4) add your roasted brocc to this
    5) add some rice on the side and enjoy

    when I'm bored of this I replace the soy sauce with franks hot sauce and then also add a fried egg on top of this

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous Magnate

    I made a cheesy vegetable soup with oats and chunks of ham once and it was really gud
    >steam carrots and broccoli with chicken broth
    >dump them in broth, puree
    >add more broth, oats, ham
    >simmer with milk, cheese (I used sharp cheddar), and spices
    I need to make it again. Could probably add lentils too.

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    So soups/stews are the obvious and easy way to go, but don't be afraid to just Google around for soup recipes, they're all cheap and easy as frick, some of my favorites: ham and corn chowder, sausage and potato, potato leek, gumbo,

    Once you get tired of that though here's some of my common fallbacks.
    Lasagna
    Baked ziti
    Beouf bourguignon
    Coq Au Vin
    Pot roast
    Beef stroganoff
    Shepherds pie
    Dublin coddle
    Goulash

    Also as someone that cooks in a similar fashion, I would recommend two things. Grill up a couple of chicken breasts, buy a bunch of salad stuff, then you can just throw them together without even heating the chicken. Also bake bread on the weekends for sandwiches. Both of those can replace a leftover meal if you want variety or just be brought for lunch.

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Buy cheese, eat cheese. Zero prep, delicious AF.

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >What can I make in bulk on a Sunday that will last 4-5 nights?
    literally anything in a slow cooker
    only takes 5min of prep, chuck your veg and meat in and forget about it
    day drink, nap, play vidya or w/e for 8 hours then you have 4-8 servings of good food ready to box up and throw in the freezer.

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I'm starting a job with long hours and I don't have much time after work to cook
    Me too! (although I have been doing this for over two years)
    I work every other Sunday but I have Wednesdays off.
    I batch cook chillies, bolognese type mixes and curries and put them into 500ml containers (6 for £1.00) or I have used freezer bags before. I have paired them with 2Min microwave rice, or flavoured cous cous, that takes 2 mins of boiling water.

    Sometimes I'm too knackered to cook anything, so it's a tin of sardines in tomato sauce, covered with flavoured cous cous, boiling water and wa-laa, a meal in two minutes.

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