I'm looking for something a bit more inspiring than the usual 'cook from frozen' options so any ideas will be gratefully received!
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I use a vacuum packer to put left overs and half-cooked items in the freezer and put out as needed. Take a lazy Sunday and make a couple batches of sauces to freeze so you can quickly pull out to add with fresh ingredients as needed. Make some dinner size portions and freeze in a marinade. I would stick with main courses to freeze and use fresh veg for the side dishes.
My favorite college meal: Frozen chicken fajita strips + frozen mixed veggies. Pour into a large skillet or wok, stir in oil and soy sauce, and stir-fry. You can buy the chicken and veggies in bulk and it's quick and easy.
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