After living in a townhouse for nearly a semester, my roommates and I have gotten very creative with not only budgeting the food we buy but with the delicious meals we concoct.

Teriyaki Chicken:

Ingredients

White Rice

chicken cutlets,

bag of mixed frozen vegetables

Teriyaki sauce

Directions:

Boil rice in pot (10 mins approximately, or until rice is soft), in a skillet or frying pan place the defrosted chicken cutlets (every 4 minutes turn over the cutlets, continue this rotation for about 15-20 mins)  Unpack the bag of mixed vegetables and hit “DEFROST” on the microwave.  Then add the mixed vegetables to the skillet with the chicken.  Stir all ingredients together in the pan and slowly add the desired amount of Teriyaki sauce.

 

Chicken Barbeque Bowl:

Ingredients

Chicken cutlets

Salt/Pepper

White rice

Barbeque sauce

Directions:

Boil rice in pot (10 mins approximately, or until rice is soft), in a skillet or frying pan place the defrosted chicken cutlets (every 4 minutes turn over the cutlets, continue this rotation for about 15-20 mins).  Then place the rice in a bowl followed by the chicken cutlets.  Add a few tablespoons of BBQ sauce and mix well.

 

Lemon Pepper Chicken and Angel Hair Pasta:

Ingredients

Chicken cutlets

Salt/Pepper

Lemon

Rice a Roni- Parmesan Angel Hair Noodles

Directions:

In a skillet or frying pan place the defrosted chicken cutlets (every 4 minutes turn over the cutlets, continue this rotation for about 15-20 mins). Add a squeeze of lemon juice every time you turn over a cutlet.  Be sure to season your cutlets as well with salt, pepper and a little bit of garlic salt.  Next follow the instructions on the back of the Parmesan noodles.  Finally add to the noodles off with the lemon pepper chicken and mix well.

Enjoy! Please try out these quick and simple recipes and give me feedback.  I am also open for any entrée requests, and I will try to find a quick and cheap way to make it.  Thanks and happy cooking.

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One response »

  1. Gabby Buehrle says:

    Oh man I should not have read this post right before lunch! I absolutely love how you’re switching up your posts- last week it was exercise, today it’s food. I think variety is important when blogging as it keeps your readers interested and on their toes! They’re never going to know what’s coming next!

    All of these recipes sound fantastic and I just might have to try some of them out!

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