The $5 a Meal College Cookbook: Good Cheap Food for When You Need to Eat

The $5 a Meal College Cookbook: Good Cheap Food for When You Need to Eat

Rhonda Lauret Parkinson, B. E. Horton

Language: English

Pages: 174

ISBN: B004HA4E4M

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Need a break from the monotony of your meal plan? Can't afford to waste money on lukewarm takeout? Well, now you can ditch the dining hall's soggy excuse for the Monday-night special thanks to this appetite-saving book packed with cheap, easy, and delicious recipes.

Offering up more than 300 hassle-free dishes, this cookbook will not only satisfy your hunger but your meager bank account, too! Whether you need a morning-after greasy breakfast, a cram-session snack, or date-night entree, here you'll find ideas for everything you crave, including: * Western Omelet
* Asian Lettuce Wraps
* Easy Eggplant Parmesan
* Simple Pepper Steak
* Decadent Apple Crisp
Saving you from overcooked, overpriced, and dull dishes, if you have to buy a book for college, this is required reading.

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CHAPTER 4 Survival of the Fittest: Healthy Dishes Easy Eggs Florentine Easy Egg Drop Soup for One Easy Hot Chicken Salad Roasted Pepper Soup Garden Salad Healthy Stuffed Potato Rainbow Salad with Fennel Simple Caesar Salad Apple and Walnut Salad Speedy Chop Suey for Four Whole-Wheat Pasta with Basil and Tomato Pesto Easy Steamed Turkey Breast for One Marinated Artichoke Hearts Creamy Open Artichoke Sandwich Unstuffed Cabbage Roll Casserole Chicken

Calories: 70 Fat: 0g Carbohydrates: 16g Protein: 4g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 150mg 4 iceberg lettuce leaves ½ tomato 2 celery stalks ½ cup sliced mushrooms ½ cup baby carrots 3 tablespoons low-calorie salad dressing, any flavor* Wash the lettuce leaves, tomato, and celery stalks, and slice. Wipe the mushrooms with a damp cloth. Chop the baby carrots in half. Combine the salad ingredients and toss with the salad dressing. Vegetable-Cleaning Tip Always wash fresh produce just

pan. While the bacon is cooking, wash and peel the potato. Cut lengthwise into pieces about ¼ to ½ inch thick. Place the olive oil in a small bowl. Toss the potato slices in the oil. Lay the potato slices in the frying pan, reserving any oil left in the bowl. Cook on medium heat for 10 minutes or until browned on one side. Turn over and add the reserved olive oil. Cook for another 10 minutes or until browned, adding more oil if necessary. Remove the fries and drain on paper towels. Sprinkle

the chicken cubes are cooked but still tender. Microwaves and Metal Don't Mix! While microwaves pass right through plastic and glass, they bounce off metal. This can cause sparks or even a fire in the oven. Always use microwave dishes that don't contain metal or lead. Chili Serves 1–2 * Cost: $1.51 Calories: 500 Fat: 26g Carbohydrates: 38g Protein: 31g Cholesterol: 75mg Sodium: 1390mg 1 tablespoon olive oil or margarine ¼ onion, chopped ½ green bell pepper, chopped ½

briefly and stir in the ground cinnamon. Place a piece of aluminum foil on a plate, and place the chilled bread on the foil. Use a knife to spread the cooling chocolate on the inside of both halves of the bread. Place the plate with the foil and bread in the freezer, and chill briefly until the chocolate hardens. Spread the ice cream over the chocolate. Quickly close the sandwich, wrap up in the foil, and freeze for at least 2 hours. Cut into slices if desired. Can You Freeze Dairy

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