Snacks and lunch

Snacks and lunch

By
Brent Owens
Contains
15 recipes
Published by
Hardie Grant Books
ISBN
9781742709666
Photographer
Mark Roper

I look forward to food – to making it and eating it. It should always be a joy, not a chore, so why not spend that little bit of extra time the night before to prepare something that tastes good for lunch, rather than eating the same thing day in, day out? Sometimes it’s not even about time, it’s about thinking creatively. Don’t throw your leftovers away – use them for lunch the next day. Left-over meats and vegetables make great sandwich fillings, or are great on top of baked potatoes.

Many of the recipes in this chapter you can take to work with you – especially if you have a microwave or a sandwich press on hand. Instead of buying a sandwich, take a quesadilla to work and warm it up in a sandwich press. It’s better than anything you could buy at a sandwich shop!

This chapter also includes a range of tasty snacks, from simple dips made with unusual flavours and textures, to crunchy cheese-filled potato balls and potato wedges with creamy blue cheese sauce. Why buy potato chips when you can easily make snacks this good!

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