Im poor and only have maggi 2 minute chicken noodles for lunch. Suggestions on how to make them taste better?
well I'm sorry to hear that anon, here are a couple ways I try to improve the quality of my instant ramen
1. put baby spinach in the bowl you plan to eat out of, the broth will wilt the spinach which you then stir to incorporate
2. thaw a handful of frozen broccoli under lukewarm tapwater, add it in the last 30 seconds of boiling time or just toss em after you've transferred the noodles and broth to a bowl. Those big resealable bags of frozen broccoli are perfect...
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So, I just got back from a quick store trip for some mac n cheese and realized I couldn't decide between frozen pic related, kraft blue box, or velveeta shells....i love them all equally so I bought one of each
Which would you go with? Each are special in their own tasty way
As we all know, Christmas is coming up all too quickly (it's only a couple weeks away!) and I've already started prepping for it.
What's /ck/ making for Christmas dinner?
I've only got a couple.
Has anyone tried the beef wellington from Iceland's luxury range? I need to get something quick to throw in the oven tomorrow for dinner but I don't want to waste a tenner on it if it's going to be subpar.
Pic related for me. It always runs out though, I barely get to have any...
I have no fucking idea, it's the most annoying thing. I had to take over so that the turkey would come out moist and delicious.
>mfw my mom likes dry turkey
N/A because Thanksgiving isn't a thing here, but for the Christmas and New Year's Eve: tiramisu and milk pudding with wine sauce. The first is a family tradition, the later is something I got from a Roman cookbook and adapted to modern tastes.
Heeey /ck/. Let's make some ramen m8's. I'll show you how to take the most mediocre ramen (I made it, after all) and turn it into something you can mildly impress the very impressionable with! Here's all the toppings you'll need (save for the meat of your choice; I used pork).
How much do you pay for milk, /ck/? And how much milk do you usually go through in a week?
>inb4 buttblasted lactose intolerants
>There are people who think Christmas is better than Thanksgiving
Show us your kitchen, /ck/.
My dinner soon:
>8 buffalo wings
>2 personal pan pizzas (Chicken BBQ and Italian sausage)
Today I found out that McDonald's (at least the one where I work) has stopped selling snack wraps and grilled onion cheddar burgers. Rest in piece, best items on the menu. Pic related: my last snack wraps.
I heard we're bringing in some new sandwiches I already don't give a FUCK about because they took away my snack wraps.
They're really going to make me go back to eating the southwest salad everyday?
THIS IS WHY I NEED $15 AN HOUR
About to make some risotto for you guys.
Yes, my shellfish is out of date, but it's frozen, so im not too bothered, and it was cheap. I've only just noticed they keep this shit frozen for 2 years.
Anyway, here are most of the ingredients, its fairly straight forward
First step, dice the onion and start to soften in oil.
I would prefer to use shallot. However, when I go shopping I almost always buy an onion so that when I use self scan, I can weigh meat and fish with the onion, and get everything a lot cheaper. As a result, I have a lot of onions.
At some point during the onion cooking, I add chopped garlic, salt and pepper.
The onions are softened now. Next will be toasting the rice
Toasting that rice. About 200 grams. Should be enough for a few servings.
What is /ck/'s consensuses on this delicious seafood soup? I'm currently not in NE and have been wanting to make some. Anyone have a good recipe? I'd be interested in tips on making the best bread bowl as well.