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What's your favorite low cost recipe?

 
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What's your favorite low cost recipe?
Help everyone cut costs on groceries. What's your favorite low cost recipe?

I like pasta salad.

Italian salad dressing
bell pepper, chopped
sliced black olives
tri color rotini

Eat plenty.

A crock pot filled with beans is another good alternative.

What about you folks?

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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
hotdogs,raw; on dry white bread
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01/14/2011 07:06 PM
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
Beans and rice
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dinner at girlfriends house.
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
hard boiled egg salt and pepper

celery and salt
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
Beans and rice
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
I've been thinking about cooking something lately that's not too expensive, if items bought on sale.

Rice
Mixed veg
Chicken broth
Chicken chunks

All cooked together...

Might need something more, but putting it together off the top of my head with items on hand.
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
Help everyone cut costs on groceries. What's your favorite low cost recipe?

I like pasta salad.

Italian salad dressing
bell pepper, chopped
sliced black olives
tri color rotini

Eat plenty.

A crock pot filled with beans is another good alternative.

What about you folks?

dance
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1180229



boil one package of pasta and one kielbasa sausage. Mix in one can of cream of chicken soup. Yum. Quick, easy and hubby and me can eat for two days.
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for. me. its. cheese. co toast
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
boil one package of pasta and one kielbasa sausage. Mix in one can of cream of chicken soup. Yum. Quick, easy and hubby and me can eat for two days.
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Man that sounds good. Complex extremes of both flavors and textures.
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
A can of beans
fresh bell peppers, onions and garlic
fresh ground beef
a can of tomatoes
a little Cumin
fresh habanero or jalapeno peppers,

and you've got to-die-for chili.
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
Pinto beans, mixed greens, and cornbread.

But if I'm not wanting to go all southern, I usually fry up some hamburger, cook some pasta, and mix with a can of diced tomatoes.. yup!!
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
A can of beans
fresh bell peppers, onions and garlic
fresh ground beef
a can of tomatoes
a little Cumin
fresh habanero or jalapeno peppers,

and you've got to-die-for chili.
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I like the same think only on a bed of rice.
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
baked chicken leg quarters and rice
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
Nacho Sandwich

Cheese
Bread
Corn Chips
Salsa

Microwave
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
for. me. its. cheese. co toast
 Quoting: bill shitters 1.2


verycold Yeah that and macaroni and cheese.

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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
2 eggs sunny side up. Keeps you going all day.
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
Ground beef, ranch style beans, garlic, tomato sauce = quick and cheap chili!
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
My favourite low cost meal is Catatouille, much better than that, oh so last century, RATatouille and much more hygienic.

Fist of all, catch the cat, then slaughter and skin and quarter.
Ingredients:
1 cat quartered
2 medium onions finely diced
4 ripe tomatoes skinned and chopped
1 Zuchinni diced
1 medium eggplant
3 cloves of garlic finely minced
Oregano
bay leaves
salt for seasoning
Oil for frying
seasoned flour

1. firstly, drench the quartered cat in the seasoned flour and set aside for frying.
2. In a skillet, heat 2 tablespoons of oil until it starts smoking then add the the cat
3. fry on a low heat on one side for approximately 5 minutes then turn and brown other side
4. add onions and garlic and brown
5. then add other ingredients and cover. Cook for 45 minutes, stirring occasionally until you end up with a rich sauce.When ready, season with salt and serv with rice.

Delicious and very cheap and high in protein.
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
My favourite low cost meal is Catatouille, much better than that, oh so last century, RATatouille and much more hygienic.

Fist of all, catch the cat, then slaughter and skin and quarter.
Ingredients:
1 cat quartered
2 medium onions finely diced
4 ripe tomatoes skinned and chopped
1 Zuchinni diced
1 medium eggplant
3 cloves of garlic finely minced
Oregano
bay leaves
salt for seasoning
Oil for frying
seasoned flour

1. firstly, drench the quartered cat in the seasoned flour and set aside for frying.
2. In a skillet, heat 2 tablespoons of oil until it starts smoking then add the the cat
3. fry on a low heat on one side for approximately 5 minutes then turn and brown other side
4. add onions and garlic and brown
5. then add other ingredients and cover. Cook for 45 minutes, stirring occasionally until you end up with a rich sauce.When ready, season with salt and serv with rice.

Delicious and very cheap and high in protein.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1230282

wtf
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
for. me. its. cheese. co toast


verycold Yeah that and macaroni and cheese.
 Quoting: Judeth

+1 for. the macaroni


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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
hobbit stew

cooked hambuger meat into big pot with a couple cans of tomato soup (follow directions if says to add water) and a couple cans of vegall. add seasoning whatever you like and cook a long time...the longer the better.
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
Help everyone cut costs on groceries. What's your favorite low cost recipe?

I like pasta salad.

Italian salad dressing
bell pepper, chopped
sliced black olives
tri color rotini

Eat plenty.

A crock pot filled with beans is another good alternative.

What about you folks?

dance
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1180229



Chicken and Rice

Three to four leg quarters of chicken; cooled, pulled off bone and cut into pieces
Four cups rice; cooked and seasoned to taste
1 can cream of chicken soup

Mix all together and wala. About five bucks for a family of four to eat well.

Also, can be stored in the closet if you use the canned chicken.
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I think it's disgusting but my husband digs the shit out of it---spaghetti casserole:

2 cans spaghetti
1/2lb browned hamburger, drained
1 lg can baked beans--I use hickory smoked
yellow american cheese

spread browned hamburger in a quart baking dish
layer can of beans
spread out cans of spaghetti on top
top with cheese slices

bake @ 350 for 20-25 mins
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
Cheap tuna casserole:

-Make 1 box of of Mac-n-Cheese
-Add 1 can of tuna or salmon, mix and enjoy!
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
5 stars for you!

Good thread idea and great recipes too! Not necessarily favorites,but love making low cost, tasty meals.

A head of cabbage and a can of corned beef
make several meals.

Chill the can. When chilled and easy to cut,
slice two thin slices and serve with mustard
or mayo on the homemade bread you already have made.

Divide the reaminder of the can in half.

Using one half, mix in with 3/4 head of cabbage
that you stir fried in a small amount of olive oil
Keep stirring, adding a small amount of water to keep
from sticking. Eat plain or serve with cornbread.

Save the remainder of cabbage to make cole slaw, later.

The second half of the corned beef goes into potatoes
and onions you've sliced thinly, then fried with a small
amount of added water to create steam to keep it soft.
When potatoes and onions are nearly done, chop the corned
beef into the potatoes.


It goes a long way, and can be extended by using more
potatoes. Leftovers are fried in the morning with an
egg on the side.

The 1/4 cabbage you have left, is grated for cole slaw.
Mix a small amount of sugar into a small amount of mayo,
then add small amount of milk and stir to make creamy
dressing. Pour over grated cabbage and stir.

Edited to add, the corned beef/cabbage and corned beef hash
each make enough for at least two meals for one person, possibly 3.

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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
Chicken and Rice

Three to four leg quarters of chicken; cooled, pulled off bone and cut into pieces
Four cups rice; cooked and seasoned to taste
1 can cream of chicken soup

Mix all together and wala. About five bucks for a family of four to eat well.

Also, can be stored in the closet if you use the canned chicken.
 Quoting: SR37


Is that canned chicken any good? I have some, just never tasted it.
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Cheap tuna casserole:

-Make 1 box of of Mac-n-Cheese
-Add 1 can of tuna or salmon, mix and enjoy!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 952810


Some around here add peas...but I don't like peas....lol
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
My favourite low cost meal is Catatouille, much better than that, oh so last century, RATatouille and much more hygienic.

Fist of all, catch the cat, then slaughter and skin and quarter.
Ingredients:
1 cat quartered
2 medium onions finely diced
4 ripe tomatoes skinned and chopped
1 Zuchinni diced
1 medium eggplant
3 cloves of garlic finely minced
Oregano
bay leaves
salt for seasoning
Oil for frying
seasoned flour

1. firstly, drench the quartered cat in the seasoned flour and set aside for frying.
2. In a skillet, heat 2 tablespoons of oil until it starts smoking then add the the cat
3. fry on a low heat on one side for approximately 5 minutes then turn and brown other side
4. add onions and garlic and brown
5. then add other ingredients and cover. Cook for 45 minutes, stirring occasionally until you end up with a rich sauce.When ready, season with salt and serv with rice.

Delicious and very cheap and high in protein.

wtf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1198441


Hey don't knock it until you try it.This is also a great recipe for WTSHTF, although the egetables may be hard to come by. In that case, catch any vegetable on the street you can find and use instead. It will add to the protein.
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Re: What's your favorite low cost recipe?
Cheap tuna casserole:

-Make 1 box of of Mac-n-Cheese
-Add 1 can of tuna or salmon, mix and enjoy!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 952810

good call few. bits And quick plus. nice
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