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Old 05-03-2007, 07:16 AM   #21
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Re: Cheap Meal Challenge with two ingrediants

One thing I like to make is Beef Rice a Roni with hamburger, great hotdish. Fry hamb, cook rice as directions and mix together.

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Old 05-07-2007, 11:07 PM   #22
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goodluck on that truly
i need meat!!
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noodles and cream of chicken soup or cream of mushroom
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Re: Cheap Meal Challenge with two ingrediants

ITA w/ a PP- lentils are great.
A great way to make a filling dinner is use beans (you can switch this up w/ whatever you have), rice (whatever you've got), sausage, and whatever veggies are in the fridge- season with salt, garlic, teriyaki sauce, soy sauce...it's a good basic meal plan that is easily alternated for whatever you have on hand. I usually use 1 sausage, take it out of the casing, and stir fry it with the veggies, adding beans and rice when it's done.
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Re: Cheap Meal Challenge with two ingrediants

Here's one we do around here. It's a little more than 2 ingredients, but it's enough for 2 dinners (for dh, dd, and myself) and lunch for all of us as well. So basically 3 meals!

In a crockpot put:

Chicken broth (I've used just water when we dont have stock, add some extra seasoning)
2 Turkey breasts (I get the ones packaged fresh)
1 Bag of mixed frozen veggies (I stock up when the store has a good sale, organic veggies for $1.99 a bag!)
1/2 container of cream cheese
3-4 potatoes peeled and cubed
1 onion

Season with salk, pepper, garlic, and paprika to taste. We just use whatever spices we have on hand.


SO if it's 2 ingredients per meal, and this one makes 3 meals, 7 ingredients isn't that bad!


Let it cook alllllllllll day on low.
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