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Hot Sausauge Pasta...

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posted on Dec, 1 2008 @ 02:53 PM
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I am a terrible cook...


Awful


terrible


incomprehensibly bad...





but... i have one recipe that is a surefire hit....


Hot Sausague pasta...


Bare-Bone ingrediants:
1 ppackage of hot sausague (5 links)
1 bell pepper
1/2 a onion
1 can of diced tomatos...
Spagetti



Intrustions...

Have a saucepan at medium temp

Squeeze the sausage out of the proctive membrane into saucepan...
break the sausage up into bit size peices...
let cook until grey, and cooked...

Then, pour diced tomatos in
Then the cut up onion and bell pepper...

Stir and heat until until onions become clear


pour over pasta and serve...


Very simple...
VERY VERY good...


i am a collage student, and this pasta is king of this house... filling tubaware containers on weekly bases...




posted on Dec, 1 2008 @ 03:06 PM
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reply to post by TKainZero
 


Damn! You can afford the sausages?
Ramen and the occasional pizza sustained me (along with other things) - just kidding - pasta is an excellent choice in terms of not being able to screw it up foods - onions sauteed, garlic, all good...for a hot date try a fresh salmon steak in the microwave oven - salt pepper and maybe a dash of olive oil and then lemon - shockingly easy and good - dont over cook, check every 1 1/2 mins...also, most chili's are very easy. Bon apetite.

ColoradoJens



posted on Dec, 1 2008 @ 05:37 PM
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Hi,

Those are both really good recipies and CHEAP!!
As a family of five, im always on the lookout for nutritious, inexpensive meals.
Thanks guys, Appreciated!

I would give you the thumbs up but I dont know how?







posted on Dec, 2 2008 @ 12:00 AM
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For the cheap college guys...

everyone throws in a couple bucks, and i can make enough to last several days...

for 2-3 meals a day for 2-3 guys for several days...


I am someone who lived near the water most of my life... so... to get good fish is something that i cannot realy do where i live...



Here, its buy one, get one free with the sausage packages....


I am trying to cook in more...
and not screw up...



Ok, here what happen last weekend...

One of my roomates is a Vegan... and the food he makes is VERY flameable...


So, he had cooked the night before, and some of his stuff got under the Stove Burner...

I was using a large skillet, that covered the 2 burners...

i was making pancakes, and i noticed that white smoke started coming from under the skillet...


No worries i thought... just a little smoke... then about 5-10 mins latter, the smoke starts to get thicker...

Then, all of a sudden, i see the smoke go from a milky white, to a dark black...

OH NO... smoke is not Pouring out from under the skillet...

now i start to semi-freak-out, i need to stop this smoke, we have water sprickets in out apartment, so, if they go on, our whole apartment is wet...

So, i grab knife, and stick it under the Skillet, and lift it up and over...

Doing this allows the fire to have a news source of oxygen, and a giant flame shoots 2-3 feet up in the air...


There is not a flame roaring out of the stove...

And tha pancakes start to burn...


Now fun... i grab a towel and try to fan out the fire... after a few frantic moments, the fire is out...
My pancakes are toast...
and my roommates finnaly make an appercene into a room full of smoke... and half the stove burned to a crisp...





I am not good in the kitchen...



posted on Dec, 2 2008 @ 01:08 AM
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LOL Tkain


I'm also a University Student - freakin' its a pain having to cook for one! If my roomates spoke english we might pitch in on groceries and crap but we dont. We just cook our own stuff, actually I hardly ever see my roomates. One of them moved out last month and I JUST found out!

Breakfast of Champions (if you have an individual blender size like I do):

1/2 Bluberries
1/4 Cup Acai Berry Juice
1/4 Cup Soy Milk
3 TBS Yogurt
Top it off with Water
Protein Powder (cuz I don't get much being a Vegetarian)

Gets me through my morning classes till lunch.

If you have a crock pot...which is seriously the worlds BEST invention for students.

1/2 Onion (Yellow or White)
3 Carrots Peeled and Diced
1 Green Bell Pepper Julienned
2 Cloves of Garlic
2-4 Cups of Vegetable Broth
1 Can of Diced Tomatoes
2 stocks of cellery diced
1 zuchinni sliced
Cubed Potatoes etcc
Salt and Pepper to Taste

-- I'm a vegetarian so I don't eat meat, I eat a lot of Soup (which also helps me to not gain weight while going to school - the first 3 years I did - and LOTS) --

And my Favorite:
- Yogurt
- Granola

Perfect for snacking.

- Carrot



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