I don't use raw veggies in my salads, and they're delicious. Greens, an ounce of crumbled feta cheese (in very small crumbles, I use it instead of dressing sometimes, it's very flavorful), half an apple in cubes, a handful of raisins, and cooked cubed chicken breast (I use the Quorn herb flavor fake chicken cutlets, but I'm sure real chicken would be good too). Sometimes I'll put a roasted red pepper vinaigrette on it, the Seeds of Change brand. It's a super tasty and filling salad, though, and doesn't take long to make at all.
I made a mexican casserole the other night, it was great and produced a ton of leftovers. Just throw a can of beans, can of corn, can of tomatoes or salsa, some cooked rice, and whatever fresh veggies you have on hand (peppers, onions, zucchini, squash, whatever) into a bowl, mix with some taco seasoning, then bake 30 minutes in a casserole dish covered with a few servings of shredded cheese. Very filling, low calories (the calories are really just beans, rice, and cheese, and not huge quantities of any of them), and you get at least four big tasty meals out of it.