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    What simple meals do you find most useful to know how to make/cook?
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    Crackers and cheese
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    Any kind of pasta dish.
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    Beans on toast ??


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    beans on toast!
    edit: gah too slow
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    Pasta and stir fry


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    I get a tin of sweetcorn, put it in a bowl, put on some tomato pasta sauce, then put it in the microwave.

    I'm a lazy student, and that gives three portions of veg. How else to you expect to entice me into eating veg?
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    Pasta, Jacket Potato, Soup & Bread are the cheapest ones I use.

    Oh, and cereal. Don't forget cereal.
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    If I don't feel like cooking properly and don't want to pay for a takeaway I...

    Put some tinned tomatoes in a pan, whilst they're heating add a decent amount of ketchup, chili flakes, salt and pepper, various herbs. Then leave it to simmer for a while, whilst I cook some pasta.

    Sometimes I add bacon, chorizo, grilled chicken, veg etc. The ketchup is important though even if it sounds dodgy, it really makes the difference.
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    Any sort of pasta meal.
    Rice & some kind of meat.
    Poached eggs on toast.
    Any kind of eggs.
    Beans on toast.
    Waffles and something.
    Stir fry.


    There's loads of good things that are simple to make :3
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    Ainsley Harriot cous cous (cheap and tasty), I prefer the Thai flavour, then add a tin of tuna, and some spinach leaves, chopped pepper, some onion. Makes about 2 - 3 servings. Very quick, cheap and yummy!
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    For students, one of the best things to eat is lentils, it cooks itself you just leave it in the pan and season it. It's high in protein so it's good if you're gymming too.

    Omlettes are good too

    Tuna and Pasta

    Salads

    Jacket potatoes

    There's loads
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    Curry
    Pasta and mince

    Both were enough for 2-3 meals.
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    Stir fry- it's so simple.

    Put veg in pan. Turn on heat. Stir.
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    Scrambled eggs, sliced chorizo, fried mushrooms, tomatoes, on a piece of bread/toast.
 
 
 
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