Homemade TV Dinners
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|Serves:||Makes one frozen TV dinner|
|Cooking Method:||No-Cook or Other|
|1||aluminum three compartment tray with lid|
|leftovers from your favorite dinner meals|
Wilmington, NC (pop. 106,476)
Member Since Apr 2012
Since it's now just my husband and me, I love making these frozen TV dinners from my leftovers. It really cuts down on food waste and the dinners are a tremendous help when I'm in a time crunch. Just pop them in the oven, eat and go, no muss, no fuss! They also reduce the amount of leftover mess in my refrigerator. I can also share them with people who might need them. You can find the aluminum trays on Amazon.com and many restaurant suppliers carry them in stock. They really are a great time and money saver!
On the white topside of lid, date and label the contents of the compartments.
Fill compartments with your favorite meats, vegetables and/or desserts. (I usually fill with a meat and two vegetables).
Secure labeled lid and place in freezer.
REHEATING INSTRUCTIONS: Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Place frozen dinner on cookie sheet and place in oven. Heat for about 35 to 40 minutes. Carefully remove lid and enjoy!