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Female, Age Private, Los Angeles, CA
Posted January 19, 2009
What's the best meal you can make for the least amount of money? I am always looking for ways to save money that's why I created The Discount Trendsetter Show, www.thediscounttrendsettershow .com However, cooking is not one of my strongest skills. Do you have some great receipt ideas that I can share with my viewers on The Discount Trendsetter Show, www.thediscounttrendsettershow .com?
Male, 38, Chicago, IL
Posted May 17, 2009
my own dish......naked swagg-etti.........1box thin spaggetti, dice lrg cucumber, a tomato, half a white onion or 4 green onion legs down to the roots add one botte italian dressing. mix, top with parmesian cheese (optional)serve cold.......you can kiss me later........
Female, Age Private, River Rouge, MI
Posted February 26, 2012
Hmm, if you use penne or rotini pasta, you have yourself the makings of a nice pasta salad!
Female, Age Private, Milwaukee, WI
Posted February 27, 2012
AIR PUDDING, OR A WISH SANDWICH LOL
Female, 31, Raleigh, NC
Posted May 06, 2012
shrimp and zucchini over some pesto pastashrimp (peeled divined tail off) walmart 5.00penne pasta (or any type you want) walmart 1.30pesto in a jar walmart 2.50can diced tomato's walmart .89Zucchini (optional but a great add) 1.50diced the Zucchini add to shrimp and oil of your liking,cook on high in pan until Zucchini at the same time boil yourwater for the pasta cook as directed make sure you do not over cook you want it to be el'dente add pesto, shrimp and Zucchini to pasta side it with some rolls make the perfect 15 minute meal under 13.00 and you could easily feed 4-5 people.
Female, 42, New York, NY
Posted September 19, 2012
Big pan - boiling waterChicken breastAny vegParsleySalt/PepperVegetable stock cubes (2)Barley/lentils/rice (any pulses/grains)MethodBOIL the LOT all togetherTake chicken out and cube once cookedBlend soup Put the chicken back in - DONEMmmmmmm
Male, 63, Annandale, VA
Posted September 25, 2012
Pre-cooked sausage or bacon, (micro wave to warm) scramble three eggs, mix with grated american cheese, hot shortening in frying pan, cook eggs, instant grits, heat water, pour in the grit done in five minute, add butter, make 2-3 slices of toast, apply, butter, apple butter, or jelly, one large glass of milk. 15-20 mimutes tops. cost approx $ 3.00 each time you pull the ingredients together from their containers. For singles only.Thanks.vasid
Female, 55, Waukegan, IL
Posted October 17, 2012
How about my Cabbage with Bacon and Onion recipe? Here it is:1 head of Cabbage (small or medium sized)6 -8 slices of low sodium sliced bacon or Canadian bacon1 white or red onion or 1 bunch green onionsFill a medium sized pot half full of water and bring the water to a boil. In the meantime, chop the cabbage in bite-sized pieces and add to the boiling water. Season with salt and pepper, or whatever seasonings you like. Cabbage does not take long to cook and you only want it done to the 'crisp-tender' stage; not soft and soggy, so this should take only about 10 minutes. Drain the water and set aside.While the cabbage is cooking slice the bacon in bite sized pieces and chop the onion. Place the bacon in a skillet and fry. Add the onion and cook until the bacon is done and the onion is soft. Drain the bacon and onion mixture on paper towels or a piece of brown paper bag to absorb the excess oil. Toss the mixture in with the cabbage, adjust seasonings if needed, and enjoy. This is a very simple and inexpensive dish, and it is delicious. If you like you can add other ingredients, such as potatoes or an extra vegetable, or both. Use your imagination and enjoy!
Here's one more quick idea for a meal and then I'm done. I love Mexican chorizo sausage and I often make a simple meal of it cooked and served over rice and accompanied by soft tortillas. I also sometimes add beans to the chorizo to make it more substantial and filling. I'd recommend giving it a try if you are open to trying new or different types of foods. Enjoy!
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