Meal Prepping

These days most couples are working and have a busy schedule. It becomes a bit difficult for them to prepare food on time. Meal prepping is the concept of preparing whole meals or dishes ahead of schedule which saves a lot of time.

If you trying to follow a special diet, or want to make mealtime a lot effortless, learning how to meal prep is a great option. Having pre-prepared meals on hand can help you reach your nutrition goals and also reduce portion size. Meal prepping is a lifesaver. It will help you if you are trying to adopt a new habit or want to get into a routine of eating out less.

There are numerous ways of meal prep.

Start small: Try to meal prep for few days first and then start planning for the whole week. Meal prep saves money and time. It makes thing super easy for working people.

Use Freezer: Every Indian adore Indian curries and it becomes chaotic to prepare a heavy meal after coming from work. So to save time, prepare your curry paste and purees during the weekend in freeze them.

Chop Fruits & Vegetables: Indian meal requires a lot of chopped vegetables, tomato, onion, and green vegetables. It’s always informal to mince a small batch of onion, tomato, and store it in the fridge. Or peel and chop vegetables for the first uncountable days of the week and store them in zip lock bags. This expedites the cuisine process during the weekdays.

Ready To Use Seasoning: Indians use a lot of flavorings, chutney, and spices in their kitchen. To save time it’s a good objective to keep a bag full of skinned garlic, green chili, ginger, washed and gutted coriander leaves in my fridge. And not to forget the multi-purpose vitality-garlic paste. These easy table-ready ideas save a lot of time in the kitchen and help cook delicious tables in no time. It is always helpful to make or store batches of spice powders such as curry powder, coriander powder, and garam masala.

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