Another in our ongoing attempts to find interesting lunch sandwich ingredients. Today we used leftover “rissole” meatloaf with tomato chutney and kefir cheese on one, and shared that with a neufchâtel and ceviche onion sandwich.
- The sprouted wholemeal is $3.49 a loaf with 18 slices, or 39c per two slice sandwich
- The sliced yoghurt cheese is $4.79 a pack of 12 slices, or 80c per slice or 40c per serve
- The rissole meatloaf is $5.00 per serve, and we used just under half a serve, or $1.25 per serve
- The neufchâtel cheese is $1.49 for the pack, and we used less than half, or 38c per serve
- The tomato chutney was made by Philip’s brother in Australia
- The onion adds less than 5c per serve.
Lunch today was pretty good. We felt the warm meatloaf, chutney and cheese was slightly ‘better’, but both were good for $2.47 per serve.
Another new recipe for us, and a simple one: Italian Tuna and Rice. For us it made four serve: two for tonight and partial serve for wraps.
- Rice adds 22c per serve
- The yellowfin tuna in oil is $2.29 per can and we used two, or or $1.15 per serve
- Green olives cost 99c or 25c per serve
- The jar of sun dried tomatoes are $3.49 and we ultimately used half, or 44c per serve
- Olive oil, red wine vinegar and seasonings add 28c per serve
- Served on a bed of baby spinach, which was $1.99 per bag, or 35c per serve.
Dinner tonight cost $2.69, but frankly was a little bland. Before we add it to the wraps we’ll add capers for a little more saltiness, and little bursts of briny goodness.