The best part about pre-packaged meals is that you can make your own at home, at least.
There are two things you’ll need to make them: meat and cheese.
Meat can be purchased from a grocery store, but most of us buy it at the deli, convenience store, or restaurant.
Cheese is typically bought at a local deli or meat market, and it’s not really hard to get the right kind.
Here are some ideas on how to make your meat and cheeses yourself.1.
Make your own meat or cheese meatloaf.
I used whole chicken breasts to make this meal.
You’ll need about 1 cup of ground chicken, 1 cup cheese, and 1/4 cup water.
(You can use frozen chicken or turkey, but you might want to cook it first.)
In a large pot, heat a few tablespoons of olive oil over medium-high heat.
Add the chicken pieces, turn them over, and cook them until they are golden brown and slightly crispy.
Turn them over and cook until they’re cooked through, about 15 to 20 minutes.
Remove the chicken from the pan and transfer to a plate to drain.
Repeat with the remaining ingredients, except for the cheese.
You can use other cheese, but this one was my favorite.2.
Make a pre-packed lunch.
Make an easy, low-maintenance lunch using just two ingredients: meat (1 lb.), cheese (1/4-cup), and water (1 cup).
This meal is best made with lean, high-quality ground beef or turkey.
In a small pot, bring 2 cups of water to a boil.
Add your ground beef and cook it for 1 to 1 1/2 minutes until it’s browned.
Add a tablespoon of olive or canola oil to the pot, then add your sliced turkey.
Cook it until it starts to brown, about 30 seconds.
Add another tablespoon of oil and bring it to a simmer.
Cook the turkey for 30 seconds, then turn the turkey over and brown it for another 10 seconds.
Drain on paper towels.3.
Make and serve your meat or cheeses.
Use the meat or beef you cut from the chicken and cut into slices to make meatloaves.
This meal makes about 4 to 6 meatloans, depending on how big you cut it up.
In one meal, you can serve it with mashed potatoes, brown rice, and a side of coleslaw.4.
Make meatloops with ground beef.
You might make meat loops with pork chops or ground beef steaks.
You don’t need to be a meat lover to make these meatlooping dishes.
Just cook a bunch of ground meat in a skillet, and season with salt, pepper, and cumin.
Then you can put the meatlooped meat in your bread pan, and top it with a layer of cheese and meat.
I made these with ground turkey.
If you’re making these meat lopping meatloop recipes, try adding a few slices of bacon to the mix.5.
Make or buy meatlooper sandwiches.
Make homemade meatloopers.
These sandwiches are great for the grill.
Start with a large piece of bacon and a handful of other meats.
Add them to a large skillet with about 1/3 of a cup of olive-oil, and sear it over medium heat until browned and cooked through.
Then add a small amount of the cheese to each sandwich, along with some pepper and some chopped parsley.
Add more oil to heat up, then toss in your meatlopper.
This can be done as often as you like, so make sure you keep a close eye on your food while you cook.6.
Make meats, cheese, or vegetables from scratch.
Make any type of meat, cheese or vegetables you’d like.
Just be sure to use all the ingredients at hand.
For example, if you’re just looking for a quick meatloafer, try ground turkey or ground pork.7.
Make vegan meatlovers.
Vegan meatloppers can be made from scratch, or you can mix together some of the ingredients from one of these meat-and-cheese meals.
Start by making a mixture of ground turkey and ground pork, then mix it up with some cheese and water.
Add some salt, and bake for about 20 minutes, until the cheese has melted and the meat has cooked through (or it will if you cook it too long).
This makes a great appetizer or lunch.8.
Make salad with your meat.
If this is your first time making salad, you’ll want to start by cutting up some fresh vegetables to make some salads.
In my favorite way to do this, I put the raw vegetables in a blender and blend them until it looks like a salad.
(If you’re a veggie guy, this is easier.)
Then I take the salad and add a tablespoon or two of extra-virgin olive oil,