Happy 2016 everybody and compliments. All the best to you and yours for the new year.
It is said January is the longest month mostly because companies pay salaries mid-December and then only at the end of January.
For me it’s a little different. Am usually exhausted in January. Mainly because during the holidays I have to do makoti duties. Am usually on my feet before everyone wakes up and only hit the sack once everyone has gone to sleep.
Long story short, in January I make quick and easy meals to ensure am out of the kitchen as soon as possible.
I also make sure they are cost effective. That they save me money. LOL remember what I said about the salaries?
One of those meals was my Creamy chicken livers with garlic and white wine vinegar.
My husband is a lover of pap. To this end, when I prepare my meat dishes I make sure they can work with more than one starch product.
So, yes I served the livers on pap and then made mini chicken liver pies with the same livers for the non-pap lovers, Me.
This meal cost me less than R50 to make. LOL I know it doesn’t look like it right? Thanks. 🙂
Some of my meal ideas for this month include:
- Pork Fillet with roasted veggies Under R100 to make.
- Pap, sheba sauce and grilled Pork chops Under R70 to make
- Spagetti and Meatballs Under R60 to make.
I will soon post pictures and later on recipes of these.
That, y’all, is nearly a quarter of my January meal planning.
May the year be beautiful and productive.