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My favorite recipes are:

Chicken Tikka Massala - Each time with some different spices (mostly because I don't want to look up the recipe each time :-) ), SautΓ© mode to give the chicken some color and then slow cooker mode for a few hours with tomato sauce.

Jambalaya - Perfect for emptying my fridge. I just throw (almsost) every ingredient left into the pot, add some beef broth and tomato sauce, then put it into slow cooker mode for a few hours and add some rice 30 minutes before serving.

( I really love my instantpot <3 )

Wraps - Buy some premade in the store, add salad, some tuna or chicken and a sauce (often bought). Easy to make and a bit healthier than my standard "quick food" (instant noodles or canned soup).

Onigiri - Short Grain / Sushi Rice balls, I really love filling them with a tuna/mayo/siracha paste. Normally, I eat some ochazuke while waiting for the rice to cool down enough to handle it.

Chicken Terriyaki - Either with some salad or as part of a wrap.

 
 
 

The past few times that we've done a potluck at work, I've brought Cheesy bacon Ranch Tater Tots and they go over pretty well. πŸ‘©β€πŸ³πŸ‘¨β€πŸ³

Classic DEV Post from May 26

How to Stay Fit Physically and Mentally and Keep Coding

Throughout the last year, I have worked part-time as a working student and also studied at the university. I was not the first and not the last one who has combined that during their studies, but the problem for me was, that at the end of the day I have felt absolutely exhausted mentally and physically. That caused problems with my health and motivation to continue working on my goals or anything. (yeah, β€œgoals,” I wish I had something more specific at that time).

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