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College Meals

College Meals



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a list of easy to make meals for college students
a list of easy to make meals for college students

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Published by: anon-676549 on Aug 11, 2007
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Great College meals you can make!
Grilled Turkey Sandwich-a few slices of deli turkey (regular, none of that smoked stuff)-Bread-Olive Oil-Lemon Pepper Seasoning (this one is my favorite, although you could use mostanything)-Swiss, Provolone (sp?), or Cheddar Cheese-a few slices of Green Onion1) Put turkey onion and cheese in between bread (duh).2) Drizzle bottom and top of sandwich with a bit olive3) Spread olive oil evenly then sprinkle seasoning of choice on the olive oil4) Fire up your grill or toaster oven and heat the sandwich until cheese melts and bread iscrispThis sandwich is amazingly tasty and even easier to create.Half-assed Oriental Ramen Noodles-Ramen-soy sauce-red pepper -ginger powder -1 garlic clove (garlic powder can work, but isn’t as good)-a tiny bit of sugar -1 cup mixed vegetables (just buy the 2lb bag at the store and use a bit of it)1) Make ramen and drain water 2) Add veggies3) Mix in 1/4 cup soy sauce, 1/2 tea spoon ginger, crushed garlic clove, and a TINY pinch of sugar 4) Add crushed red pepper to taste5) Eat Not only is this tasty but it takes an entire 4 minutes to cook. It’s healthy too!Montreal Potato Cakes-1 pack hash brown cakes-Montreal steak seasoning-Olive Oil1) Do NOT thaw hash brown cake dealies2) Drizzle hash brown cake with olive oil and spread evenly3) Sprinkle with Montreal seasoning4) Fire up your grill or toaster oven up and heat until golden brown and crispy
---Quick Cheeseburger BakePrep: 12 min - Bake: 30 min1 pound ground beef 3/4 cup chopped onion1 can (11 ounces) condensed Cheddar cheese soup1 cup frozen mixed vegetables, if desired1/4 cup milk 2 cups Original Bisquick®3/4 cup water 1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese (4 ounces)1. Heat oven to 400? Generously grease rectangular baking dish, 13x9x2 inches. Cook ground beef and onion in 10-inch skillet over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until beef is brown; drain. Stir in soup, vegetables and milk.2. Stir Bisquick and water in baking dish until moistened; spread evenly. Spread beef mixture over batter. Sprinkle with cheese.3. Bake 30 minutes.Makes 8 to 10 servingsHigh Altitude (3500-6500 feet): No changes. Nutritional Info per 1 Serving: 340 calories (180 calories from fat); 20 g fat (9 gsaturated); 55 mg cholesterol; 900 mg sodium, 24 g carbohydrate (1 g dietary fiber); 18 g protein----Oil based pasta with tuna.Buy some better than average extra virgin (NOT light or late harvest) olive oilCrush a clove or two of garlic, grind in a pestle and mortar some salt and thyme; crushhalf to one anchovies into the salt and thyme powder. It will form a paste.Finely cut up a capsicum into small chunks (5mm by 5mm is a good guide). Use a redand green if you want it to look good.
Cut up an onion into similar sized chunks, and slice up a small hot chili.Ok; heat up enough oil to cover the bottom of a fry pan plus a splash more. Not till itsmokes, merely till when you drop some onion in there it bubbles lightly. Cook the onion,chili and garlic until the onion is clear. Add the crushed salt and thyme. Cook for aminute or so over low heat while stirring. Add a can of tuna (small can for one person)and cook this over low heat until it separates through and is coated in oil. Add thecapsicum.Mix this through any pasta; long pasta works best. Adjust with salt to taste.This takes about 10 minutes to cook but is amazingly good. If you don't like anchovies,seriously add it anyway - you cannot taste it; it just adds a fullness to the flavor overall. If however you don’t like tuna, why did you read this? Total cost should be about 15 dollarsthe first time (olive oil) and about 5 dollars every time after that. I am a student and I eatthis all the time.Oh you can also make this with salami; use hot and decent quality. It will be quite spicythough, so watch out.---Beef Burnination1-Pound Ground Beef 1/4th cup diced Red Pepper 1/4th cup diced Onion1 Tbsp diced Garlic1 Tbsp Black Pepper 1/2 cup shredded cheese (cheddar + Monterey)An amount of Taco sauce to your liking.In a non-stick pan, on a low heat, cook the beef until it is brown. Stir in Red Pepper,Onion, Garlic and Black Pepper. Continue cooking for another minute. Place in bowl,cover in shredded cheese and add taco sauce. It's a great substitute for eating tacos, ischeap. You can substitute the cheese and taco sauce and add to stir-fry rice. (Cook withrice + egg).It's pretty easy to improvise when cooking this. Just add in basically anything spicy and itwill still be delicious. Just don't over-do it or you'll be spitting fire in no time.---

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