Good to Have on Hand

Three ingredients – red peppers, sweet onions, and thick slices of mushrooms.

When there is a small bucket of this in the refrigerator, the possibility for a quick pizza or other similar meal is always at hand.

Add just about anything else in the way of leftover bits that are at hand, toss in a bit of egg, cheese, or meat and serve over whatever floats your boat.

This can happen a lot faster than going somewhere for a meal, and lots cheaper than ordering in.

Want a quick pizza?  No need to make a regulation pizza crust.  Do you have a couple of burger buns left over?  Or perhaps a slice or two of French bread?  How about an English Muffin?  All are suitable for some quick toppings and a run through a toaster oven, or in a non-stick, covered frying pan, to make a way-better-than-take-out pizza.  Be sure to keep a variety of cheeses around, and your pizzas can become legendary.

Try it a couple of times.  You’ll be hooked.

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About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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14 Responses to Good to Have on Hand

  1. Jasmine S. says:

    It’s very true! These are all great, basic ingredients that can be used to build so many dishes.

  2. Three of my favorite ingredients!

  3. So true. A few of these cooked/roasted veggies in the fridge is the key to quick dinners.

  4. taphian says:

    that’s exactly the food I like, Judi, simple and healthy, virtual hugs Mitza

  5. nice and simple! keep up the great work!!

  6. Liz says:

    What a colourful and delicious plate of food. I’ve just eaten some mushroom pilau with bacon. Have a great week

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