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    OAMC - Pork Plan

    It is wonderful to have food ready to put in the oven when you come home from work or play. It only takes a little extra work to cook your meals ahead of time so that you don't have to worry about it during the week. Double you recipe and save it for a time when you need it or someone else does! Some of these recipes don't show that they are OAMC or freezer compatible but I have either done them myself or have been told by other chefs here how to go about it. If you ever have any questions, please come over to the Cooking on a Budget: OAMC, Make Ahead, Freezing & More
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    This can be made in advance and frozen for up to 3 months. Cool after simmering the leeks and squash and freeze in an airtight container. Thaw overnight in the fridge. Reheat gently, stirring continuously until it reaches boiling point, then continue from stirring in the parsley.

    Recipe #373808

    This is a recipe from the Biggest Loser cookbook and is a personal favorite of mine. We ask our butcher to ground pork tenderloin. I usually have this for breakfast with a Western Alternative Bagel, egg/egg substitute and FF cheese. You can also chopp this up in omlets or other egg type dishes. A very healthy alternative to sausage. If you don't like pork, ground turkey or chicken is easily substituted. Don't be intimidated to make your own sausage, it's easy, and takes no time at all.

    Recipe #240739

    Stove top chops seared until golden brown, then topped with peach apricot BBQ sauce.

    Recipe #308642

    This is so easy and delicious whether frozen or eaten fresh and it's very easy to add variety each time.

    Recipe #250110

    1 Reviews |  By lazyme

    I don't remember where I found this recipe, but it's a really good one for leftover ham and for OAMC. Instead of the 13x9-inch dish, I usually make it in 2 8x8 dishes. Simple and good.

    Recipe #254602

    From a Gold Medal Flour bag in the early 1970's -- makes 2 crusts -- if your children won't eat onions, do as I did when my daughter was little and blend the tomato sauce and onion in the blender! If Jennifer couldn't see the onion pieces, she ate it! Can be frozen and baked at a later time -- For crispy pepperoni, put it on top of the cheese!

    Recipe #272701

    1 Reviews |  By WiGal

    If you have leftover ham, this FREEZES great!

    Recipe #278097

    I copied this recipe from a cookbook I got from the library. I don't remember the name of the cookbook. It is great served over rice. Weight Watchers: 5 pts per 4 oz serving.

    Recipe #300188

    1 Reviews |  By WiGal

    I like the idea that they can be made ahead, covered, and chilled. Or they can be baked and then frozen making it handy for busy people. Serve with warmed pizza sauce.

    Recipe #308295

    This is a great starter recipe for curry, sweet and sour pork or burritos.

    Recipe #303103

    Adapted from 'Ness' at I changed recipe only slightly to suit what I usually have in stock and what is easier for me. Easy Pork Chop recipe for the grill or stovetop cooking. OAMC recipe or can be marinated before cooking.

    Recipe #297317

    This is one of my favorite monthly freezer cooking recipes. So easy and cooks up perfectly every time. It's from the Freezer Cooking Manual, but I tweaked it a little. Can be done in endless variations. My favorite combo is chicken, bacon and spinach with swiss cheese. Also great as a vegetarian meal- just skip the meat and add extra veggies.

    Recipe #290442

    For about 20 years this recipe was just a lovely memory. When DH was in grad school one of his professors invited the entire class and their families to enjoy a Filipino meal prepared by his wife, Priscilla. She fed about 50 of us seated on the floor in front of long rolls of paper! 20 years later, that professor is no longer at this school but my husband and his son-in-law now teach here. Rachel, Priscilla's daughter, shared her Mom's recipe with me. She has added slow cooker instructions to fit her busy lifestyle but it is still the same great flavor that her mom prepared for us over 20 years ago. Thanks Priscilla and Rachel!! **NOTES** - Cooking time 2 hours stove or 6 hours slow cooker. - Slow Cookers vary in cooking times - adjust according to your appliance. - Freezer instructions courtesy of Erindipity.

    Recipe #281472

    This came from the Southern Living Cook-Off Contest and was adjusted to make a meatless meal. You may use real meat.

    Recipe #81890

    Southern Living; see note for OAMC instructions

    Recipe #25532

    Adapted from Better Homes and Gardens "Make Ahead Cooking". Pork is prepared ahead and vegetables are added on cooking day. If desired marinate vegetables overnight in italian salad dressing.

    Recipe #120555

    I Love to mimic things I eat at restaurants. I got this one from a Mom and Pop Mexican restaurant. It's so yummy and so simple not any spices but salt and enchilada sauce. Red or Green sauce, either will do. Save 1/2 of the meat in freezer for a future dinner.

    Recipe #236224

    This comes from Don't Panic: Dinner's in the freezer.

    Recipe #248945

    This is adapted from a recipe I found online called Karen's New Mexico Green Chile. If you google it by that title, you'll find it. I've made some adaptations of my own over the years. This one is pretty low in fat and carbs, as there is no thickening agent needed. The consistency is already nice and thick because of the pureed peppers and tomatillos. Feel free to tweak the amounts to taste, of course. And, of course, use chili peppers of whatever heat that you prefer. You can substitute canned or frozen with no trouble at all.

    Recipe #276532

    This are one of my favorites. I keep adding more and more garlic each time to see where the top is and I have not found it YET. Prep includes marination time of 24 hours.

    Recipe #43639

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