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Posted 6/13/17
Thanks for everyone who posted lol

I'm going to try some of these out.


I use YouTube to learn to cook.

SAM the COOKING GUY.

Maybe worth your time.


^^ I'll be sure to look him up
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Posted 6/13/17
Something simple and tasty. Japanese Corn on the Cob:

- Boil some corn on the cob for a few minutes until the corn feels a little softer.
- Baste with soysauce (add butter if you want)
- Grilling is best but I guess you could use a stove top pan.
- Keep basting while cooking. Not too much, it'll get too salty.
- Getting it a little burnt is good. Cook to your liking.
- Enjoy, it's both sweet and salty. My favorite way to make corn.
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Posted 6/13/17
Tomato and chipotle sauce

I read the original recipe YEARS ago so I don't remember the exact measurements I just kind of put 'however much I want' lol but these are some rough estimates

Pick whichever type of pasta you want and cook it in boiling water to your desired consistency.

One cup of tomato sauce (you can buy any but I'd recommend the 'Italian blend' it has like basil and garlic and some other good stuff on it)
One cup of vegetable broth
1/2 a cup of heavy whipping cream
****1 teaspoon of canned chopped chipotles****Optional, if you want it more spicy or less, just add as much or little as you want
1/4 cup of shredded mozzarella
Salt and pepper to taste

Add everything to a large nonstick pan and put on medium-high heat.
Whisk everything together and bring mixture to a boil.
Change to low heat and keep it in under flame until sauce has thickened.
Pour sauce over pasta and top with cheese and eat it up!

There should be enough sauce to cover pasta for about three-four people :)

You can also cook shrimp, pasta or beef (basically any type of protein) and stir it in the pasta :D

Do let me know if anyone tries it! Hopefully y'all like it :3

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Posted 6/13/17
I don't really use recipes or measurements when cooking, so this might be a bit... vague, but here's a pretty simple curry recipe

Heat up some oil in a large pan on medium heat, add ~1tsp of curry powder, garlic, ginger and mustard. Let it toast for a bit, then add 1/41/2 of an onion. Once the onion is done, add a cup of chicken/vegetable broth(maybe 1tsp of powder/cup) and two potatoes and carrots. Cover it and let it simmer for about 20 minutes, which should be enough time to cook some rice if you feel like it, or just some bread.

If we're recommending youtube channels, Brothers Green Eats is probably my favorite, I'd definitely check them out.
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Posted 6/13/17 , edited 6/13/17
Peanut butter and jelly on bread with bananas on top.
Very simple, when you go to a UC, you don't care what you eat especially on weekdays
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