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Saturday, March 10, 2018

Yesterday Hubby felt quite well. On those few days, if someone asks him how he feels. He'll say he's getting better. But, for the most part he doesn't feel that way. He's in DENIAL,! Today his pulse is 123. He's' down! 'And he's sleepy and chilling. His at home monitor will automatically attempt to regulate the pulse. If not, they will call. Most of the time it works.

I am in search of easy/quick/ 5-ingredient recipes!

If you have any favorites, kindly send me a SP mail. I and Larry would kindly appreciate them.

Time and energy is at a premium these days.

Thank you.
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  • PURPLE0906
    Pray dh is doing better. Crock pot or air fryer are the best. For the crock pot, its great for chicken, pork chops, pork roast, roast, meatballs, etc., just use any herb or onions, garlic for taste. I like doing split chicken breasts, I put them in, onions, carrots, celery, chicken base, bay leaves and water. I put enough water so it also makes a soup. Everything comes out really tender. My mom found frozen meatballs which are really good. I usually make them but to save time, I have used them with some water and beef base.
    The air fryer is really great too. It saves time and don't have any greasy taste. Lilly likes frozen chicken filets, nuggets, etc. and frozen fries, tator tots. Only takes around 12-15 mins. I have the one from Emeril Lagasse. He has one out there that is smaller and would be great for you and your dh.

    Hugs and prayers

    883 days ago
    All my dishes are quick. Crock pot, put it all in and let it cook all day. Instant Pot I hear is super quick and easy, you can even put frozen meat in there. My mainstay is soups. You can use frozen veggies to keep from chopping.
    884 days ago
    I don't have many quick recipes. When I am stressed I like to make the most complicated dinners I can find, it keeps my hands and mind busy.
    884 days ago
    If you have leftover chicken, shrimp, pork or beef, cut it into bite-sized pieces and mix them into an easy stir fry. I use boil-in-bag brown rice (or leftovers brought home from PF Chang's), use half and save half for another time. Quinoa works, too. Throw in whatever vegetables that you have. A handful of frozen peas, corn, pea pods, or mixed veggies cooks up quickly. Add soy or teriyaki sauce. Some recipes call for scrambling an egg and adding that at the end. I usually throw in a handful of raw nuts -- almonds, cashews or walnuts.
    Great way to use up leftovers. It's done in 10 minutes. It has so many variables, every time is a different dish,
    886 days ago
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    Sorry for hubby, will be praying for him. Hope he feels better soon. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
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    Will keep my eye out, meantime, hugs and prayers.
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    887 days ago
    So sorry hope he feels better
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