(NC)—If carrying lunch is too reminiscent of school days, maybe it's because you're packing the same old sandwiches.
If your office lunchroom has a fridge with a freezer and a microwave oven, bring something different – frozen, fully-cooked foods that you can heat and eat in about 3 minutes. By preparing your own hot meal, you'll eat better, save money, and still have time for a brisk walk at lunch time.
Here are some fresh lunch ideas that are easy to make when you start with new Schneiders Quick Serve fully-cooked chicken or pork. Heat these up and you are bound to be the envy of your colleagues:
• Teriyaki Chicken Wings heated with instant rice
• Hot sliced Chicken Breast Italian over crisp salad greens
• Chicken Parmesan; easily made by topping Grilled Chicken Breast with canned tomato sauce and Parmesan cheese
• Cordon Swiss; Breaded Chicken Breast topped with a slice of ham and some Swiss Cheese, heated until the cheese is bubbly. Enjoy with a fresh crusty roll.
• Heat Pork Loin Steak in the microwave and enjoy with a single-serving package of applesauce and raw baby carrots.
Break loose from traditional sandwiches and have a Quick Serve restaurant quality lunch at the office.
- News Canada
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