>One hot plate, a microwave, and a very small oven
Could I get some simple, tasty recipes that won't kill me? I'm eating the same few things over and over.
>Banana nut pancakes
>Fried Banana slices
>peanut butter + preserves on a tortilla
>chicken, cheese and spinach
>sandwiches with cheese and spinach on a tortilla
>Skillet (potatoes, eggs, chicken, cheese, vegetables)
>Whatever fruit is in season
Pic is some chili I made
>Some skillet I made
Split pea soup is one of the easiest foods to make, and basically the easiest. The most taxing aspect is cooking the hamhock, if you choose to include one, as is often done. Really you could make the whole thing with one pot, even if you did cook the ham before adding to the stock pot.
Treat yourself with the occasional frozen pizza, with your own added toppings.
Why do you call it chili when it's a solid mass of vegetables and chicken, containing no tomato sauce, stock or ground beef?
Anyway, you can make carbonara or many other pasta dishes if you microwave fresh pasta in boiling water, making the sauce in a pan. Pretty easy to simmer some chopped tomatoes in a pan, add a few splashes of stock or starchy pasta water, add some fresh herbs and toss with the pasta. Wa la.
>Could I get some simple, tasty recipes that won't kill me? I'm eating the same few things over and over.
>bean, lentil, pea or chicken stew
>baked potatoes of all kinds and shape
>fried chicken sandwiches
>some other greens like rucola or whatever you like
>bit of an olive oil
>pepper salt basil and oregano
Chop the vegetables into chunks, boil some pasta, mix all the shit up and eat.
>again salt pepper oregano and basil
Peel and slice as many potatoes as you can fit into a baking plate, then few onions, crush some garlic and add it to the sour cream with the seasoning. Mix with the potatoes and get it into an oven and bake it.
God more of a poorfag student recipes, if you want. These are really cheep and monkey tier easy.
Fry up some lean ground beef with half a chopped up onion. Throw some garlic in there half way through, fine chop. Half a cup of red wine is awesome too.
When its all cooked up, drain most of the fat, but keep some in a pan.
Through some corriander, cumin, black powder in and some salt. Add do taste but dont over season. Cook just two or three minutes.
Tada! Super easy taco beef.
If you have access to a risotto variety, you could try that. Almost all risotto dishes are made in one pan.
I did just a quick google for examples, but you should check the possible combination out yourself. Basically you can use any mushroom or/and vegetable, especially peas, carrots, tomatoes, asparagus and zucchini.
You should cut back on the cheese if you want this dish to be healthy.
Butter your pan. Get it melted and add some tilapia in there. Put it at 7/10 heat. While its heating, cover it in cajun seasoning. After 2 minutes on one side, flip it carefully. Cover it again with cajun seasoning. After 2 minutes, flip one more time and let it cook another minute or two.
Remove from heat, chunk it up. Add fresh vilantro and a bit of lime juice sprinkle.
Tada! Easy fish taco meat.
Rice and lentil pilaf:
Since you only have the one burner you can omit the blackened onions (which I always do anyway because I'm a lazy shit). I do however recommend that you make some yogurt thing to go on top of it. I make a simple cucumber raita out of yogurt, cucumbers, salt, and cayenne whisked together.
This one is a mother of all ghetto thrash but suprisingly decent.
>salt and pepper
Fry some chopped onions. You can add ham or bacon if you feeling fancy. Boil some pasta and then crack the eggs into it and add fried onions.
Don't worry, the heat from the just cooked pasta will cook the eggs just fine.
This one is little harder but still easy.
>onions about as much as meat
>beef of not a steak quality preferably some fatter shin or you can use pork but it's not that tasty or you can use sausage if you want to go full ghetto
>garlic, cumin, salt, marjoram, pepper and fuckload of grounded paprika
>voluntary: Chilly pepper, bell pepper
Take a huge pot. Chop onions into fine cubes. Chop meat into chunks. Start frying the onion till they are golden. You can use oil, butter but pork lard is the best. Add the meat let it stew for a while, if you think there is too little liquid add beer (or water but why?). If you are using bell peppers add them now. After the meat is almost soft, add the rest of the shit. Again, If it seems there is too little liquid add beer. Let it stew until the meat is completely soft. It might take some time. During the stewing, stir it up a little bit and add beer if needed. Serve with few rings of onion and beer.
The best thing you can do with this is to invite some fellas, buy fuckload of the ingredients together, cook it together and then enjoy the beer, food and ebin bantz. We do so on our camping trips and such.
Something like thus should be doable. Switch up the geain/roasted veggies if you want to ad variety.