Easy Meal Recipes

Good meals are crucial. A well prepared meal can fuel your morning, pick up in the afternoon and help you get a good night's sleep. Here are some healthy recipes that are also cheap recipes. Make these easy recipes and you'll find what you need to face the day with confidence.


The Breakfast You Need

This recipe is for scrambled eggs with salami. You can make it with any meat you like as many eggs as you want. Two is a good choice for one person.

  • Begin two eggs warmed to room temperature, chopped salami, butter and chopped chives
  • Start with a pat of butter on a hot pan. Let it coat the pan while you scramble the eggs
  • Put the eggs in the pan and take your spatula and gently stir them. You want them to cook lightly until mildly golden brown
  • Then you can add in the chopped salami
Let the whole thing sit on the pan for at least a minute until it's completely hot. Then bring it out of the pan and serve with chopped chives. 

Lunch For a Crowd

Lunch is another opportunity to fill up. Many people are looking for family recipes that can be used to cook for several members of the family at the same time. Split pea soup made in your slow cooker with grilled cheese fits the bill nicely. You'll need a pound of split peas, a did onion, chopped celery, six quarts of the broth of your choice and a ham bone. Cook all ingredients in a slow cooker for at least four hours. Add some spice like a bit of curry powder for color. Then ladle into bowls.

The sandwich couldn't be easier. Take two pieces of bread. Butter them on one side, add your favorite cheese and put them on the grill. Leave the bread there for a few minutes until the cheese is melted. Serve hot with the soup.


Dinner is Here

Dinner is another chance to relax before going to bed. It's a good idea to keep dinner recipes light. Many people find a salad at this time is a good choice that won't fill them up. This grilled chicken salad hits the spot fast. It's easy and has all the protein that you need.

  • Take two pounds of chicken
  • Heat up the grill
  • Chop the chicken into lengthwise pieces
  • Place the chicken on the grill along with a sprinkling of fresh herbs such as oregano, dill and coriander. A splash of lemon adds much needed acid
  • Leave the chicken on the grill for roughly twenty minutes until it's no longer deep pink
  • Make a dressing. Olive oil and red wine vinegar work well. Mix with some sea salt
Prepare as many plates as intended servings with chopped lettuce, tomato slices, crumbled feta cheese and thinly slice cucumbers. Let the chicken slices cool. Then top each plate with the chicken. Add dressing to each plate and mix before serving.