salmon in foil is lovely - few herbs, squeeze of lemon, dash of white wine, a bay leaf - seal the lot up in foil and bake for 20 mins.
Anyway, Doodles, count yourself lucky. Would die for pasta, baked pots, rice et al now! Stuck in this de-porking Dukan diet all these are no nos!
Mackerel salad is lovely (mackerel cooked in foil again this time to keep smell to a minimum).
Or chicken cooked in low fat (of course!) coconut milk with a blitzing of lemon grass, ginger, galangal, chilli, lime (peel), garlic, shallots etc lovely and easy - can make the blitzed bits in bulk and freeze for as and when. Waitrose sell these fab foil packets for the freezer of "cooks' ingredients" so don't have to pfaff with bits of ginger, grating etc but still the real thing, no additives.
Quorn stirfry (or anything stirfry) is easy. Again, I reckon Waitrose do the best veg mixes if you're short of time / can't be bothered to chop millions of veg. Chuck in some water chestnuts for lovely crunch.
Or another easy one (not for me at the mo, sadly) is those ready rolled sheets of pastry, spread on some tomato sauce (either bought or home made but not ketchup, bleurgh) and then sprinkle on vegetables, ham, chorizo, mozzerella. Like an easy pizza.
Or gnocchi in an oven dish with bacon, spinach and cheese sauce. Very tasty mutha.