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Making rice is a time consuming affair and it’s frustrating when you just want to eat some in a hurry. But did you know it’s really easy to make rice in advance, freeze it and then reheat it when you need to? Here’s what you need to do.
Nobody likes to waste food, but the problem with leftover takeout is that, at its best, it’s less tasty version of whatever you ate the night before. (Exception: Thai food. Leftover Thai food is bomb.) But, with a little creativity, it’s possible to resolve this issue by transforming old, cold leftovers into delicious new dishes.
Making your own spice blends saves you money and makes sure everything you cook is packed with flavour. If you’re looking for a blend to get you started, this one from Chef Tim Love is great on anything — even ice cream.
Marinara sauce is a classic everyone should learn how to make. If you want to make your recipe standout, a little lemon zest will really make the flavours pop.
Spaghetti squash is a delicious and nutritious alternative to real pasta noodles. Normally, prepping one to eat takes 45 minutes to an hour in an oven, but you can steam an entire half in your microwave a lot quicker.