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Easy Recipes to cook in Res.

A photo of Shaya Shaya
I thought this might be a good topic to start. I love to cook but sometimes feel limited as to what I can make since I live in res. So, if anyone has some recipes to offer please post them here!

Here is one:

"Chinese" Salad

5 cups thinly sliced or shredded green cabbage
4 green onion
1 pkg Ichiban noodle soup
1/2 cup almond slivers
2 Tbsp sesame seeds

1/2 tsp black pepper
1/3 cup oil
3 Tbsp vinegar
2 Tbsp sugar
flavor packet from soup

Mix together the last 5 ingredients and refridgerate for a day or so. break up the soup noodles and mix in witht he cabbage onion, almonds and sesame seeds. Pour on the dressing, stir and serve.

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I'm no chef. I find microwave dinners and frozen pizzas are enough to get by. but there is a relatively easy egg recipe that you supposedly can't screw up.

It's just eggs, boiling water, soy sauce, sesame oil.

You scramble it, add hot water, put it in the microwave for two or three minutes, add condiments, and eat it. It's kind of like soup but it's really good. Especially for lazy people (like me!).
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such good brain food! haha
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pasta, sandwiches, mini pizza are also easy to make.
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All the Thai foods are pretty easy because theyre so popular.

2/3 cup mayonnaise
3 tablespoons (any) oil
1/2 cup sugar
1 tablespoon vinegar
1/4 teaspoon salt

whisk together and shredded cabbage (and carrot)

goes well as a side with... stuff...
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my fav is homemade pancakes

1 cup of flour
1/2 cup sugar
2 eggs

Mix the first three together, and milk until you get a good consistancy
I like mine thin so I add only a very little bit of batter to the pan
these taste great plain cause of all the sugar
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I can't say enough good things about pasta. Cheap, easy to make, and delicious. I'm a fan of simple food. Pasta, subs, sandwiches, etc.
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EpicMealTime on youtube
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Mashed potatoes
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i think stir fry :)
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Noodles - Add hot water :)
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I love noodles!
Rice is also good. Just add water, cover, and put in the microwave.
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Black Bean Burritos (if you have a frying pan)

1 onion, finely chopped
1 can of black beans
2 Tbsp vinegar

fry the onions till soft. Add the beans, half the sauce from the can and the vinegar. Cook until the beans are soft. Mash everything togther or leave slightly chunky. Serve on tortillas with you favorite toppings.

This recipe is surprisingly good.
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A photo of VictoriaNguyen VictoriaNguyen
As soon as I saw the title, I thought of Kraft Dinner. The only way I see myself avoiding the Freshman 15 is by sticking to protein shakes and loading up on fruits that don't need to be refrigerated.
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