This was inspired by the nesting thread. I thought it would be fun to get some recipes up for freezer meals so when we're all exhausted, we can eat some delicious-ness.
Here's one of my go to freezer soups:
Potato Sausage Soup
1-2 cloves garlic (or, more...)
1 medium onion
3-4 small pre-cooked sausages (or, you can get uncooked from your butcher and take it out of the casing and sautee it)
1 tetra pack chicken stock/1 tetra pack beef stock
Boc Choy, or kale or spinach, or whatever green leafy veggie you like best
chop everything as small or as large as you/your family like. You can also blend the soup before you add the sausage if you have super picky eaters
sautee garlic and onion until soft, add chopped greens, stir until greens are wilted
chop potatoes and sausages,
add potatoes, chicken/beef stock (we actually like to do both! gives it a really good flavour)
cook for a few minutes, then either blend or add sausages.
If you're going to freeze it, I still like to bring it up to a boil, then freeze it.
Take it out, either put it in the crock pot or stove top. If you put it in the stove top, you'll need to add some stock/water/milk so it doesn't burn.
We like ours with tea biscuits/bread