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    This has been posted so many times, use search.

    Hell, even I have posted one of these threads.

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    One of my favorites are,

    Pick up phone, Dial, Say "I want a cheese pizza please"

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    noodles
    whipping cream
    velveeta

    put noodles + 1/16th velveeta bar/1 cup whipping cream into microwave for 2 minutes.

    stir, and voila Outback's Mac'n'Cheezeeeeee kids menu style
    Exor is the best!!

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    1 box Rice-A-Roni cheddar & broccoli flavor

    1 can chunked chicken, cooked in a pan then added to the Rice-A-Roni


    GOOD SHIT.

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    another easy classic: Chicken, cream of mushroom soup, rice. Have enough mushroom soup to put all the rice in, throw in chicken, and then cook until it's all finished. Damn easy, damn good.

    And i don't need to even make a recipe for nachos, but grate some cheese, throw your toppings on, toss them in the oven at 350 for like 5 minutes. I usually create a cookie sheet full of nachos, laid flat so they all get generous toppings.

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    Originally posted by aedeos
    another easy classic: Chicken, cream of mushroom soup, rice. Have enough mushroom soup to put all the rice in, throw in chicken, and then cook until it's all finished. Damn easy, damn good.
    I love this but I usually add a packet of Lipton's onion soup mix to the mushroom soup to give a little extra. I also love breakfast for dinner or lunch. I cut up a potato and slice a half a pound of bacon into little 1' strips. I fry the bacon and cook the potato in the grease then drain it and add some eggs and cheese. Fucking delicious... I also make alot of hamburger helper and pasta with red sauce and beef/sausage or white sauce with chicken.

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    This thread needs to be stickied...

    My favorite is Italian Sausage Spaghetti if you like spicy foods...

    What you need (feeds 5-6):
    -Italian Sausage (about 4 links non-ground)
    -1 can of Hunts Tomato Paste
    -1 can of Hunts Sauce
    -2 boxes of noodle

    Cook the sausage until it is browned on medium high, add the paste and sauce after the sausage browns and cook on low for 10-15 mins. Boil water while you are cooking the sausage and start the noodles when you add the sauce...they usually end about the same time. I also like to add some diced bell peppers and sometimes diced jalapenos, also you can add hot sauce if your really feeling ballsy but it is a nice change from the standard spaghetti =D



    oh and one more thing for breakfast...a hole in one

    take a piece of bread, poke out a hole, put on a skillet on medium, crack an egg in the hole, cook on one side, then on the other, I usually make 2 sides like this and put a piece of cooked ham or bacon in the middle, really good

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    Originally posted by woodfinxdotnet
    This thread needs to be stickied...
    Or moved to best threads. I always like to make shit ahead of time, deviled eggs are easy to make a friggen delicious. You can also reheat chilli.

    Plus with chilli, just pour it on top of fritos for added delicious.

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    damn, you guys are good

    i bookmarked this thread lol
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    Not stupendously simple, but very difficult to fuck up (and DELICIOUS):

    3 Eggs, beaten
    1/2 tsp. Salt
    1/2 cup Flour
    1/2 cup Milk
    2 Apples, sliced, Granny Smith
    6 tbsp. Butter
    1/2 cup Sugar
    2 tsp. Cinnamon

    Beat together eggs, salt, flour, and milk. Set aside.
    In a 10-in. skillet, melt 6 tbsp. of butter.
    Add sliced apples, sugar and cinnamon.
    Stir on medium heat for about 5 minutes.
    Remove from heat and pour batter over apples, DO NOT STIR.
    Bake on 425 degrees for 18-20 minutes.
    Remove by flipping pan upside down onto a plate.

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    I've also been experimenting with pastas lately (I was a chef in an Italian restaurant), and I have to say that Orange Angel Hair is pretty damn good:

    1) Boil angel hair pasta
    2) Melt a little butter in a skillet, add garlic/chopped onions and get it sizzling.
    3) Drop pasta into the skillet and saute a couple minutes.
    4) Cut two oranges (or more) in half and squeeze three of the halves onto the pasta directly, flipping the noodles to get a good coat on them.
    5) Plate the pasta and squeeze your final orange half onto the finished product.

    My roommates liked that one. Be careful of how much butter you use, because if you put too much, it will kill the texture of the pasta.

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    If people want more recipes, I can add some Italian ones (more pasta stuff). Good stuff on here so far. I'd never heard of the tin foil bowl recipe.. I'll have to give it a whirl.

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    woo hoo for sticky! This thread is a gold mine

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    Eggs and sausage is my favorite meal I eat that a good 4-5 times a week and it takes literally less than 10 minutes. I'm on a weight gaining diet so you might want to use a little less but just use common sense.


    4 eggs
    1 sausage
    milk
    cheese
    salt/pepper


    Turn on your stove top and put a skillet on with some pam on it. Crack four eggs into it and then add a few tablespoons of milk (i just eye it out and pour it) plus some shredded cheese and a dash of salt and pepper. Stir up and let it cook while you cut up one big sausage on a plate and heat in the microwave for 1:00. Avoid stirring the eggs a whole lot and flip them after a few minutes. By now your sausage is heated and you can move the eggs over and drop the sausage on the skillet too because imo it tastes better to finish cooking it with the skillet. Wait 2 more minutes and you have a kickass meal, seriously its good as hell.

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    pineapple dump cake, yeah!

    1 yellow cake mix
    2 cans of crushed pineapple
    1 stick of butter
    9x13 pan

    1.) preheat oven for temperature stated on cake mix box
    2.) drain pineapple, dump
    3.) open cake mix, dump
    4.) melt butter in microwave, dump
    5.) put in oven, set timer, remove, cool, enjoy!

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    Originally posted by woodfinxdotnet
    This thread needs to be stickied...

    My favorite is Italian Sausage Spaghetti if you like spicy foods...

    What you need (feeds 5-6):
    -Italian Sausage (about 4 links non-ground)
    -1 can of Hunts Tomato Paste
    -1 can of Hunts Sauce
    -2 boxes of noodle

    Cook the sausage until it is browned on medium high, add the paste and sauce after the sausage browns and cook on low for 10-15 mins. Boil water while you are cooking the sausage and start the noodles when you add the sauce...they usually end about the same time. I also like to add some diced bell peppers and sometimes diced jalapenos, also you can add hot sauce if your really feeling ballsy but it is a nice change from the standard spaghetti =D

    duuuuuuuuuuuuuude you gotta pour 1/4 bottle of red wine on that sausage and let it cook down. more flavor!

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    Open cup of noodles package. Pour out gross frozen vegtables. Add water. Heat. Let sit for a few minutes. Enjoy.

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    Cut up some chicken and cook that. While that's goin cook up some rice. Have a small tin of salsa ready (I prefer Herdez HOT). When the chiken and rice are done mix them up all together with the salsa. Add pepper and hot sauce and BAM! Instant tasty spicy dinner. Throw it on a tortilla you heated up on a pan if you like

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    Whoa, I came back to look for this thread and it was no where to be found. Then I looked at the top and noticed my first sticky.

    I have all next week off work and plan to try quite a few of these out.
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    Quick and Easy Breakfast 'shake'

    milk
    french vanilla yogourt
    kellogs vector cereals
    frozen berries
    plain oatmeal
    optional: crushed ice

    blend all of the above. depending on choice, more milk = runnier, more yogourt = creamier.
    the oats make it fluffy and filling, vectors are packed with nutrients..

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    Originally posted by deranged
    Honestly, foodtv.com

    Search for recipes from shows like Good Eats and 30 Minute Meals (save the Rachael Ray jokes). They're quick, they're easy, they're good and they have tons on the site.

    Campbells.com has some good ones too.
    I agree they are quick and easy and gives you plenty of choices of what to eat

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    Buffalo steak fettuccini

    1 bottle Frank's Red Hot
    1 steak
    1 package fettuccini
    1 jar alfredo sauce

    Cube up the steak, throw it in a bowl and coat liberally with frank's. Put in fridge for ~1 hour. When ready to prepare, throw steak in small skillet and cook over low heat. At the same time, throw the fettuccini in a pot of boiling water and let cook for ~12 minutes at medium boil. When the alfredo is about 4 minutes from being done, pour alfredo into sauce pan and heat. All three ingredients should finish at roughly the same time. Drain the pasta, and put on a plate. put the sauce on top, and then add the steak, allowing for tiny bit of sauce/drippings to be added as well. Don't over-coat.

    I tried this last night and it's BOMB. The alfredo plays off the buffalo so well. I actually used spiral noodles, and those worked really well. Pasta choice doesn't really matter too much in this dish, so do whatever you feel like. But it's definitely easy and tasty and different.

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