Does anyone have any good quick recipies?

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  1. KTK1990 macrumors 6502

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    I am going off to college in August and have a full kitchen in my apartment. Does anyone have any quick and easy to make recipies for breakfast/lunch/dinners?
     
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    More than once, I would think. ;)
     
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    Beans on Toast. It goes like this :)

    1) Empty tin of baked beans into pan. Heat gently until warm.
    2) Toast bread.
    3) Butter bread and pour over beans. Garnish and season to taste.

    I know it's a bit difficult and time consuming, but it's far more nutritious than a Pot Noodle.
     
  6. KTK1990 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    lol thanks everyone. I don't think ill need the prune one quite yet, I'll be doing a lot of math classes and that should be a tad scary/interesting.

    The Spaghetti sounds pretty good and I think i'll try it sometime this week or so.
     
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    Don't forget to put some marmite on your toast first. I bet you will love/hate it! I know I love it but not everyone does

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    An omelet is quick and easy. As long as you have some eggs and milk you can add pretty much anything you have in the fridge like,
    Cheese
    Onion
    Vegetables
    Meat
    Or a combination!
     
  8. yg17 macrumors G5

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    Pizza:

    1) Ask Siri for the nearest pizzeria that delivers
    2) Call pizzeria, place order
    3) Wait approximately 30 minutes
    4) When the doorbell rings, exchange cash and pizza with delivery driver
     
  9. Apple fanboy macrumors P6

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    This will also work well for Chinese, Indian and kebabs!
     
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    Call that Pizza what they deliver these days...

    Better get a frozen organic pizza from a supermarket and put some vegetables on it.

    Don't eat dairy products, eggs or meat at all. They only cause diseases.
     
  12. ericrwalker macrumors 68030

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    I'd rather die a terrible diseased death than not eat those products.
     
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    I thought Siri could only be used to order tomato soup?
     
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    I'm glad we have vegans. Lower demand for meat means lower prices for those of us who love a nice, juicy steak.
     
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    I knew we could agree on something.
     
  17. rasmusonline macrumors regular

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    I ain't a vegan, but I eat meat very rarely due to habit and taste.

    Btw, I eat your food's food. :eek: :D
     
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    Or, you eat what was fertilized by the poop of my food.
     
  19. rasmusonline macrumors regular

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    So do you, or do you eat meat only?

    Meat for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Every day. Yummy. :D
     
  20. anjinha macrumors 604

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    I can cook something delicious in less time than that. :p
     
  21. SurferMan macrumors 65816

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    tell that to anybody that works out or has an active lifestyle lol.... nothing wrong with any of those, loaded with protein and good for you, meat doesn't have to be a burger soaked in fat and grease everyday ;) . I eat meat at least twice a day, perfectly healthy.
     
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    - 3 egg whites
    - 1 whole egg
    - 3 strips of bacon
    - A handful of cheese (preferably low-fat)

    Break the eggs into a bowl and whip them quickly (so that it's an even mixture and you can't see the yolk). Put bacon strips onto a cold pan and turn the heat on. Fry one side of the bacon so that it's almost done. Flip the bacon and pour the egg mixture onto the pan. Turn the heat to about 50% so your eggs won't burn. Wait till the eggs are almost done and then throw the cheese on top of the whole thing. Season with salt and pepper.

    Basically this is a healthier version of an omelette since there is only one whole egg (egg whites are pure protein, hence no cholesterol and fairly few calories). Very quick and easy to make, plus the taste is awesome too. You can of course add e.g. onion or some other meat if you like, but I'm too lazy to do that :p
     
  23. rasmusonline macrumors regular

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    Even though the world has not the capacity to serve every human daily meat!

    It is your luck people in LDCs are starving and can't get food at all, because other than that there would be no room to grow your meat's food.

    And I am sorry, it's not personal. I guess I just have problems and try to tell other people what they do wrong to feel better. :)
     
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    That's quite the quick recipe you posted! So helpful and right on topic!:rolleyes:
     
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