10 Super-Efficient Recipes for Solo Cooking

14 November, 2020 , , ,

Eating well while living alone can be a challenge. First you have to find the motivation to cook for yourself, then you have to know how to add enough variety so you are not eating the same thing all week. Don’t worry: We’re going to give you our best tips for cooking quickly and efficiently with some great, easy recipes that you will love.

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#10 – Baked Salmon with Herbs

Baked Salmon with Herbs

Baked Salmon with Herbs

A simple way to organize your week, for example, is to choose a few ingredients, and prepare them differently to add variety. Here we offer you a very simple recipe for baked salmon. We suggest cooking extra salmon and setting some aside (in the fridge or freezer) to use in another recipe.

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#9 – Salmon and Rice Salad

Salmon and Rice Salad

Salmon and Rice Salad

You can use the remaining salmon to prepare a delicious rice salad, which you can eat cold: A very practical and popular lunchtime meal.

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#8 – Easy Ham with Pineapple

Easy Ham with Pineapple

Easy Ham with Pineapple

Are you craving classic ham and pineapple? This is a version for a single person, but don’t forget to buy a little extra ham…

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#7 – Pasta with Broccoli and Ham

Pasta with Broccoli and Ham

Pasta with Broccoli and Ham

So that the next day you can prepare an excellent pasta dish in no time at all!

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Cinzia Cuneo, founder of SOSCuisine.com, never wanted to neglect the quality of her food. She shares her special expertise to make good food quickly and without complications!

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2 Responses to “10 Super-Efficient Recipes for Solo Cooking”

November 18, 2020 at 11:11 am, Doreen Vautour said:

I am 82 years old, live by myself and find it difficult to cook just for myself. I tend to rely on home cooked, frozen meals that I simply reheat in the oven or microwave. I am presently purchasing these meals from three different suppliers but to be honest I do not always enjoy them.
I recently noticed your November ad for a Solo meal cook book with tips for the left-overs. I do not care to deal with left-overs but dealing with left over salmon or other meat is more appealing especially into salads. I have been hearing from SOS for quite a while however I am not effectively involved. Using my computer is limited and I am not very efficient most of the time. on todays technology.
However for a few reasons I would like to get back to enjoying meals and hopefully inviting friends for a simple meal. I enjoyed cooking for my family for over 44 years
but for just me the ambition has gone. I am now settled into my apartment which is a five minute walk from a nice grocery store and walking there is a good outing. Fresh food is no problem.
I need a boost and some encouragement.
Doreen Vautour

Cinzia Cuneo

November 18, 2020 at 11:25 am, Cinzia Cuneo said:

Hi Doreen,
Thanks for sharing your experience. I invite you to try some of our 1000+ recipes for singles

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