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    the other night i had marinated some chicken in some Allegro seasoning and put it in the oven.
    The plan was to have the boneless skinless chicken, some rice a roni (chicken flavored) a side salad and ranch style beans.
    After the chicken was done, i got a pregnant craving type thing to just mix it all together. I cut the chicken into bite size pieces and added the rice, the beans some lettuce and a little bit of a ranch dressing and it was delightful. After my boyfriend had saw what i had done and teased me for it, he did the same thing.
    It was kind of like a chipotle burrito bowl.

    anyway, it was easy to make. heh
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    Falcarius decides to wait patiently for Shimpei to tell him some nice not-so-easy recipes.
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    Since I've now seen just how amazingly easy hard boiled eggs are to make, I'll probably be making a lot more of them now. (It wasn't the type of food described in the original post, but it does seem like something to write down.)

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    I've recently been teaching someone how to cook who didn't know how to do anything. Anyway, I suggest two things. I have a cook book called 5-ingredient recipes that would be right up a beginners alley perhaps something like that could help. Two is look down your soup aisle at the grocery. On the back of the can they generally have really, really simple recipes you could look into. Here is one of mine that is super simple not to mention inexpensive.

    Easy chicken stroganoff
    1 can cream of mushroom soup undiluted (cream of chicken if you don't like mushrooms)
    1 small container sour cream (8 oz. though I like a bit more generally)
    1 small pkg wide egg noodles
    1 small can sliced mushrooms undrained (can be omitted if you don't like them)
    1-2 boneless skinless chicken breast OR canned chicken OR leftover rotisserie chicken

    Get your water boiling for your noodles, adding a heavy dash of salt to the water. Cook your chicken...if using boneless skinless cube then saute sprinkling with salt and pepper for about 6-8 minutes until no longer pink. In a small saucepan over low heat put your soup, sour cream and mushrooms until warm. Do not boil. Cook your noodles right before serving draining well. Add your chicken to the hot soup mixture. (If you skipped the mushrooms it will be a little thick but still good or it can be thinned.)Serve this over your hot noodles.

    You will be impressed with how rich and easy this dish is to make. Congrats on your hard-boiled eggs.
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    ooo I might have to try the stroganoff, that looks really easy. Something I could do drunk or asleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zergling View Post
    This is mainly an attempt to get as many ideas as possible for foods that can be made by just throwing ingredients on a a pot/pan/baking sheet, and heating and stirring. (Or some combination of the above.).
    k, grab a flying pan, throw in some oil, chop up some fruit in season, add kale and other greens, add nicely flavoured couscous, mix, add raisins, add bits of old nuts, sprinkle any herbs you got growing around(dandelions from the weed garden if your feeling lazy to go shopping) cook for a minute, and SCOFF ON
    oh and bubble and squeek, oh thats just left over sunday dinner thrown in a frying pan.....yumm....
    but if you want sushi.....fry rice in pan, get nori seaweed(grill it for minute) wrap up rice, stick creatively bits of food on top, add pickled ginger, shoyu, wasabi, chill in fridge for a bit, and party

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    ooo I might have to try the stroganoff, that looks really easy. Something I could do drunk or asleep.
    hehe i keep looking at your name and think of purplechickens...must be the food thread

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    I got this out of the coupon section ages ago, and it's a staple around here. Served with the Ore-Ida potato wedges - yum!

    6 boneless skinless chicken breast halves (2 lb.)
    2 Tbsp. lemon juice, divided
    1/4 tsp. salt
    1/4 tsp. black pepper
    1 pkg. (3.5 oz.) Crumbled Feta Cheese
    1/4 cup finely chopped red or green pepper

    PREHEAT oven to 350°F. Arrange chicken in 13x9-inch baking dish.

    DRIZZLE with 1 Tbsp. of the lemon juice. Season with salt and black pepper. Top with cheese; drizzle with remaining 1 Tbsp. lemon juice.

    BAKE 35 to 40 minutes or until chicken is cooked through. Sprinkle with red/green pepper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shen View Post
    hehe i keep looking at your name and think of purplechickens...must be the food thread
    thats the idea, prplchknz+vowels =purplechickenz-z=purplechicken+s=purplechickens

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcarius View Post
    Falcarius decides to wait patiently for Shimpei to tell him some nice not-so-easy recipes.
    ok, let me think a bit. I'll get back soon.

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