Try butternut squash fries. Same idea, also delicious.
Stuffed green peppers:
Take a green peppy, cut in half and clean out. Stuff with a mixture of rice and tomato sauce. Cover top with ground up crackers and shreddedcheese. Cook in oven until cooked (lol I don't know cooking times well), and then broil abit to get the cheese all bubbly.
Home-made mac and cheese:
couple tbsp of butter, melt in frying pan. Adda tbs of flour and mix around really fast until flour is cooked (couple minutes). Add milk slowly while wisking, it should thicken up. Slowly add whatever your favourite cheese is(shredded). Mix in some cooked maccaroni and put in a baking dish. Cover with moreshredded cheese and broil until the cheese is bubbling.
For pasta, you don't really even need the tomato sauce. Just throw in an extra tomato andcook it all in a pan until the tomatoes get nice and squishy. I also throw in some basil / oregano / kalamata olives
Chicken Pot Pie:
If I had to add my own item to the list I'd say chicken pot pie is quite an easy item. Oh,and fucking delicious as well. You can just get canned mixed vegetables or mix andmatch whatever suits your fancy. Premade pie crusts and a pound of chicken and you'rebasically done. http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Chicken-Pot-Pie-IX/Detail.aspx is a goodrecipe. Just follow the comments people made as well. Good luck!
Make sure you master the art of cooking a perfect softboiled egg! Those are delicious ontoast. It is not an art, it is a SCIENCE! http://www.seriouseats.com/2009/10/the-food-lab-science-of-how-to-cook-perfect-boiled-eggs.html
Anything stirfry is awesome. Just practice combining meats, veggies and spices until youget some meals that you love. One of my favs is chicken, potatoes, spinach and onionswith basil, garlic, pepper, red pepper, and salt.If you don't already, add flash frying to your stir fry routine. Just put oil in the wok, heatuntil it starts to smoke, toss garlic and ginger in, stir as fast as you can, then add the first