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    (Original post by Puddles the Monkey)
    This way lies dry, dry eggs :nope:
    I am more than prepared to demonstrate.
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    Those were nice recipes !!!! But mostly everything used microwave!!!!
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    Very unhealthy indeed...
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    Nothing beats a salad with lettuce, balsamic vinegar with dijon mustard and spices, blue cheese, apples and candied walnuts. :sogood:
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    No. 1 tip of making cooking easier as a student is to buy ceramic coated pots and pans! No such thing as "Leaving to soak" anymore. Literally, wipe it clean and you're good to go.

    Tip 2: Fry. Everything. Vegetables, meat, rice, add some salt, and you pretty much have a home made Chinese takeaway in 15 minutes. Considering you don't care too much about your waistline.

    (Original post by Puddles the Monkey)
    This way lies dry, dry eggs :nope:
    You can add milk in the mix to make it fluffy. Barring that, add milk and stick it in the microwave... then cut it up with a fork. Tada, scrambled eggs.
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    Tabbouleh & stir fries are super yummy, super cheap & super healthy. What's not to like about them?
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    You know, this is how I'm going to live for the rest of my life hahah xD
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    My favorites were spag bol with hotdog chunks, and kind of a rice-with-spices-and-random-veg-and-any-left-over-meat in a frying pan, sausage casserole, or, if I was particularly flush - homemade steak pie.

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    My favorites were spag bol with hotdog chunks, and kind of a rice-with-spices-and-random-veg-and-any-left-over-meat in a frying pan, sausage casserole, or, if I was particularly flush - homemade steak pie.

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    Big fan of sausage casserole and steak pie here
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    (Original post by Glyndŵr University)
    My favorites were spag bol with hotdog chunks, and kind of a rice-with-spices-and-random-veg-and-any-left-over-meat in a frying pan, sausage casserole, or, if I was particularly flush - homemade steak pie.

    Dave (Enquiries, Wrexham Glyndwr University)
    Thats actually what I do when I have mince, chuck in any leftover veg, curry powder, chilli powder, and if too hot a bit of coconut milk powder and just make a massive pot of messy food.

    I can never cook casserole that well but never really attempted it much.
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    I did not know you can make scrambled eggs that way.. Or was that a cruel joke?! Idc anyway as I'm allergic to eggss!

    But I will try that easy pizza one though!
 
 
 
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