One of the best things about renting a furnished apartment for your trip is that you can enjoy the distinctive comfort of a home cooked meal, instead of having to dine out constantly. Since most of our apartments have beautifully equipped kitchens, your inner chef will be itching to test your culinary skills. Save time deciding what to make and eat for your next meal by trying out these 5 easy meals you can cook in your apartment.
Despite being the most important meal of the day, breakfast is often skipped due to the fact that mornings are probably the busiest (and sleepiest) time of day. Taking less time than your morning cup of coffee, these easily customizable breakfast burritos are perfectly matched to any busy morning. Make them ahead of time, freeze them, and you’ve got a delicious and filling meal to start your day.
Whether it’s lunch or dinner, this healthy one-pot chilli mac is delicious and hearty – with barely any clean up to do. Even better, it’s easy to make and is done in less than 30 minutes! Huge batches of chilli are easily kept and reheated for another day, and this recipe is so delicious you will want to have it more than once. After a long day at work, this is the one meal that will re-energize you.
Sometimes all you need is a healthy, simple meal you can bring to work. This chickpea salad is good enough to bring to work or to share with friends at a dinner party in your furnished apartment. Salads aren’t normally satisfying, but rest assured that this salad brings everything to the table, and more.
This fragrant and creamy Thai green curry is simple to make, but will look and taste like you spent hours perfecting it. Being extremely versatile, it’s a dish that will soon become your favourite with the option of adding in all your favourite vegetables. Plus, the aroma as you cook will make your mouth water. If you’re short on time, this can be made in a slow-cooker for a great meal that will be ready by the time you come back from work.
Soft and flavourful, this salmon dish has a pain free cooking and cleaning method: place the salmon in aluminum foil, bake it, and throw away the foil for a fuss-free meal. Add a simple side dish of vegetables or pasta for a filling and balanced meal. The garlic and Dijon sauce for the salmon is so simple and delicious, you’ll be adding it to the side dishes for extra flavour.
Good work can’t be done on an empty stomach, and with these recipes you’ll be full of energy every day. The benefits of having a furnished apartment far outweigh anything a hotel can give. Why settle for a tiny coffee maker and an overpriced bottle of water in a mini fridge when you can have a stove, refrigerator, and other kitchen appliances at your disposal?