Sometimes I don't feel like cooking elaborate meals. If I'm busy, or the weather is particularly hot and muggy (in Townsville? NO!), or I'm just lacking inspiration, I just can't be frigged. There are a few things easy enough to eat on those days...
Premade falafels, just heat and eat. Does it get much easier? These were reduced to clear so we snagged them, and served them on potato flat breads (frozen from an earlier venture) with hummus and salad.
Sweet potato chippies. Chop sweet potatoes (in this case, a mixture of orange and the purple skin, white flesh variety). Mix with olive oil and spices. Bake. Eat.
If you've got the energy to chop, stir fries are always a good option. Before heading out to a movie, Andy quickly threw some seitan into a marinade of soy sauce, chilli, lime, palm sugar, and green curry paste. It was spicy. We came home and chopped up a few veggies, opened a pack of pre-made hokkien noodles, and cooked it all up in the wok.
Although I'm stirring, it was really Andy's creation.
What do you cook up when you can't be frigged?