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Post Reply Recipes for New Foods!! I Don't know how to cook much so lets all share some ideas!
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I think we should all be able to share some recipes with each other.
I am a college student and only really know how to make simple things such as pasta, or chicken.

If you like one food more than the other than share with others.
For Example; I like Italian food the most, so I'm trying to find more soupy pasta recipes!

One recipe I'd like to share is called Pasta Fazool
Passed down from my grandmother, My mom has been making this dish since I was little & ever since this is one of my favorite dishes



Personally heres how I made this dish

Ingredients :

1- Fresh Italian Parsley
2- Elbow pasta (or shells)
3- Virgin Olive Oil
4- Crushed Tomato Sauce
5- Chick Peas Beans

6- Cannellini Beans

7 - Bay Leaves



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i Hope someone keeps this thread alive.



on GD probably not
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Don't forget the salt and pepper, but don't add too much or you may experience this...
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mi goreng noodle recipe

stick noodle in boiling water
let boil for 2-3 minutes
put sauce in & mix

serve & enjoy!
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I use YouTube to learn to cook.

SAM the COOKING GUY.

Maybe worth your time.
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Posted 6/13/17
My favorite lazy / healthy meal is....

cube up some tofu, pour some oroshi shouyu, top with katsuobushi (and green onion)
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I'm getting hungry i need to now go and eat.
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Three-ingredient recipe for a college student:

Angel hair pasta
Butter
Capers (with brine)

Toss together while pasta is still hot. Top with coarsely ground pepper, optional.
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Well besides a bunch of difficult to make Asian stuff that requires a WOK:

Cheeseburger Macaroni:
Buy 2-3 packages of kraft macaroni
buy 1 lb of hamburger
1-2 bags of frozen peas and carrots
1 bag of good shredded cheese.

Cook Hamburger.
Cook macaroni and put the frozen peas and carrots in when its about 3-4 minutes left.
Dump however much shredded cheese you want into the bottom of the pan then cover with noodles.
Put the cheese packets in and dump the hamburger in there.
Stir everything up. Eat for days.
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Rujikin wrote:

Well besides a bunch of difficult to make Asian stuff that requires a WOK:


But once you DO get a Wok, the possibilities are endless:
Just the right creative sync of meat, vegetables, and a spicy enough sauce, over rice or noodles--How easy is stir-fry? There is no such thing as a recipe, once you've got the sauce, just use your imagination.

The same could be said about soup, once you've gotten a slow-cooker.
Even for pasta e fagioli Like Grandma Used To Make, although you probably have to put the pasta in only during the last hour of six on low simmer.
Handy for solo 9-5 working folk too, to cut up the ingredients before bed, dump in water/broth and click the switch at breakfast, and have dinner waiting for you when you get back.


eggrollsama wrote:
For Example; I like Italian food the most, so I'm trying to find more soupy pasta recipes!


I didn't know how to make minestrone soup , so I just semi-browned half a pound of ground sweet Italian sausage (not completely, just enough to break it up), dumped it into an electric crock-pot with carrots, onions, corn, fresh tomatoes, peas (had frozen green ones, but no chickpeas), basil-herbed canned tomatoes, garlic, oregano, a couple bay leaves, two cups of beef or vegetable broth and four cups of water, left it on Low all day for six hours, and added the two tablespoons of Orzo pasta at the last hour.
It may not be ethnic, but dang, it was good.
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i tried this recipe recently

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3QDh8vtR5Y&t=269s

it was relatively good their are also some other nice and for the most part simple to do recipes on the channel as well
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Back before our grocery started delivering, long winters might start causing the cupboards to go bare--
On one Food Network channel, I was rescued by the recipe for "World's Laziest Pasta Sauce":

Brown any two chopped fresh leftover vegetables of your choice (onions, broccoli, mushrooms, eggplant, etc., even a couple chopped strips of raw bacon or imitation-seafood if you've got it) in 3 tablespoons of butter, add basil, pepper, etc. and a splash of white wine, mix in 1/4 cup of flour, and smooth it out with 1-1/2 cups of chicken broth (cubes will do).
It may not SOUND like much, but depending on the vegetables, just try it over angel-hair.
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Ejanss wrote:


Rujikin wrote:

Well besides a bunch of difficult to make Asian stuff that requires a WOK:


But once you DO get a Wok, the possibilities are endless:
Just the right creative sync of meat, vegetables, and a spicy enough sauce, over rice or noodles--How easy is stir-fry? There is no such thing as a recipe, once you've got the sauce, just use your imagination.



Stirfry is SUUUUPER simple. Get a cast iron wok, crank up the heat, cook very hot for a short time, everything tastes good and you lose less nutrition. Use olive oil to make it healthier. Add sauce and you can have anything quickly and easily. If you clean the Wok quickly cleanup isn't bad either.
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Minestrone
Yield 2 gallons

One pound dry white beans
Two tablespoons olive oil
Ten ounces diced onions
Two minced garlic cloves
One pound diced celery
Twelve ounces diced carrots
One pound diced zucchini
Ten ounces 1/2 cut green beans
1 pound sliced cabbage
5 quarts vegetable stock
1 pound tomato concassee (whole skinless tomatoes with seeds removed, chopped or diced)
Twelve ounces tomato paste, low sodium
One tablespoon chopped oregano
Two tablespoons chopped basil
1 tablespoon chopped chervil
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
Salt and Pepper To Taste
Four ounces elbow macaroni
Grated Parmesan as needed for garnish

1. Soak beans overnight in cold water, then drain
2. Cover beans with water, simmer until tender (about 40 minutes), then reserve beans.
3. Saute onions in olive oil. Add garlic, celery, carrots and cook for about three minutes
4. Add zucchini, green beans, cabbage one type at a time, cooking each briefly
5. Add the stock, tomato concassee, and tomato paste. Cover and simmer for 2-3 hours.
6. Stir in chopped herbs and season to taste with salt and pepper.
7. Add drained beans and cooked macaroni.
8. Bring soup to simmer, simmer for about 15 minutes.
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i am also learning to cook now that i have a stove have my own bookmark of recipes, and a tag on my tumblr.

sogno-dreamofgold.tumblr.com/tagged/recipes

i recently made this mac n cheese and it was sooo good <3

recipe here

the red pepper is optional but def add it in! made a nice little kick that was yum
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