Whatcha Cookin'?!

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Lynx

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I know, right! Because we sunk all these ingredients in it, and we don't want to throw it out...
 

Johari

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Presentation isn't my speciality but my salmon with a side of rice was tasty last night!
 

christian74

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That's what I thought seoulsearch.. then, upon a close inspection, I thought it could also be those small gold potatoes, no?
 

kinda

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Been living off of a chili for two weeks. It's cheap and healthy.

Got to find a way to save $. It costs about $2-3 a meal, plus it's fun to make.

I feel like a gourmet chef when making it, but it's chili.


 
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CeeCee

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Soooo, I'm about to make some Thai chicken. *drools*

This is a forum where you post what you're cooking/eating! Take pictures of your food and post it!

Once the chicken is done thawing, I will definitely be posting pictures!

But, here's a picture of pineapple chicken I made:

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Yummy!!!
 
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CeeCee

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#29
Been living off of a chili for two weeks. It's cheap and healthy.

Got to find a way to save $. It costs about $2-3 a meal, plus it's fun to make.

I feel like a gourmet chef when making it, but it's chili.


Ooo I want chili but I don’t want to take the time to make it! LOL
 

kinda

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Jun 26, 2013
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Ooo I want chili but I don’t want to take the time to make it! LOL

I will share my secret recipe for making chili in 60 minutes. Once I share it though, it won't be much of a secret.

kinda's budget lockdown chili


1/2 cup of black beans dried
1/2 cup of red kidney beans dried
4 and 1/2 cups of water in the Instapot (set for beans) for 30 minutes.

Drain and put beans and 1 and 1/2 cups of water in instapot.

Add to instapot:

Shredded carrots (you can find this in the produce section),
frozen corn,
half a container Pace medium spicey salsa,
large can of shredded tomatoes with added seasoning
a bunch of chilli powder and a few dashes of Cayenne pepper
a little bit of olive oil
Some salt and pepper
Stir it up

Set the instapot for 12 minutes on the bean setting again.

After it's done cooking add a little extra chilli powder and Cayenne pepper to get the taste right for you.

*If you want a little zest, try adding Tumeric also.

Try it, let me know what you think. Easily do this in 1 hour. About five servings.
 
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CeeCee

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#32
I will share my secret recipe for making chili in 60 minutes. Once I share it though, it won't be much of a secret.

kinda's budget lockdown chili


1/2 cup of black beans dried
1/2 cup of red kidney beans dried
4 and 1/2 cups of water in the Instapot (set for beans) for 30 minutes.

Drain and put beans and 1 and 1/2 cups of water in instapot.

Add to instapot:

Shredded carrots (you can find this in the produce section),
frozen corn,
half a container Pace medium spicey salsa,
large can of shredded tomatoes with added seasoning
a bunch of chilli powder and a few dashes of Cayenne pepper
a little bit of olive oil
Some salt and pepper
Stir it up

Set the instapot for 12 minutes on the bean setting again.

After it's done cooking add a little extra chilli powder and Cayenne pepper to get the taste right for you.

*If you want a little zest, try adding Tumeric also.

Try it, let me know what you think. Easily do this in 1 hour. About five servings.
Thank you so much! I will definitely try that sounds yummy!!
 
May 25, 2015
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#33
Been living off of a chili for two weeks. It's cheap and healthy.

Got to find a way to save $. It costs about $2-3 a meal, plus it's fun to make.

I feel like a gourmet chef when making it, but it's chili.


You know what won't be chill after your 2 week of chili eating? Your septic.
 

cinder

Senior Member
Mar 26, 2014
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#34
I will share my secret recipe for making chili in 60 minutes. Once I share it though, it won't be much of a secret.

kinda's budget lockdown chili


1/2 cup of black beans dried
1/2 cup of red kidney beans dried
4 and 1/2 cups of water in the Instapot (set for beans) for 30 minutes.

Drain and put beans and 1 and 1/2 cups of water in instapot.

Add to instapot:

Shredded carrots (you can find this in the produce section),
frozen corn,
half a container Pace medium spicey salsa,
large can of shredded tomatoes with added seasoning
a bunch of chilli powder and a few dashes of Cayenne pepper
a little bit of olive oil
Some salt and pepper
Stir it up

Set the instapot for 12 minutes on the bean setting again.

After it's done cooking add a little extra chilli powder and Cayenne pepper to get the taste right for you.

*If you want a little zest, try adding Tumeric also.

Try it, let me know what you think. Easily do this in 1 hour. About five servings.

I think this becomes much less budget if you don't already have an instapot, but I'm sure it could be adapted for a slow cooker.
 

shittim

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been making way too big batches of this, next batch will be half size, and I double or more the garlic, I won't wear a germ infested face diaper so it helps keep germy people away! ha!
 
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I could slow cook everything. It makes me feel like I am a better cook than I am, the way the flavors mix and the meat falls apart. And, I am not a big cooker or eater for that matter, so when it just “shows up” done, I like it. Give me calories that don’t taste horrible so I can do stuff, lol.

Cooking Thai Chicken in the slow cooker today.

I love to cook and don't really enjoy slow cookers because it takes the fun out of cooking for me. But, today is a day of cleaning and I don't have time! Plus, this is a gift to me - therefore, I wanted to try it out :)

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Johari

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Dec 24, 2013
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One of the few fish I like... I marinate mine with teriyaki sauce over night and grill each side for one min until 12 min is up. So yummy!
Ooooh I haven't marinated it with teriyaki in a while, I miss it!
Do you like tuna, mackerel or trout?
 

BrotherMike

Be Still and Know
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Ooooh I haven't marinated it with teriyaki in a while, I miss it!
Do you like tuna, mackerel or trout?
I like tuna fish sandwiches. I never had mackerel... I rarely eat fish... I love clams, shrimp, and crab though, especially with pasta!