Are there any recipes. >cheap. >healthy. >filling. >beginner friendly

Are there any recipes
>cheap
>healthy
>filling
>beginner friendly
I want to learn how to cook so I can move my diet away from refined carbs like white rice but I've no idea where to start.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    yeah plenty but there nothing wrong with white rice.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

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  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    beanz

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Dishes that simmer for a while. You don't have to do too much work or deal with precise timing. Such dishes are usually pretty filling too.

    So vegetable soups, bean soups, curries and dals, braised chicken dishes like cacciatore or paprikash, beef or pork stew if that counts as healthy for you.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Too complicated and too many ingredients for an absolute beginner, I'd think.

      https://i.imgur.com/mYyurX9.png

      Are there any recipes
      >cheap
      >healthy
      >filling
      >beginner friendly
      I want to learn how to cook so I can move my diet away from refined carbs like white rice but I've no idea where to start.

      Millionbøf with mash. Boil potatoes, drain and mash with butter, milk and salt to taste. Set aside.
      Crumble cook 80% lean mince/gRoUnD bEeFb then add flour and finely chopped onion.
      Cook until brown then add just enough beef stock/water, whisking until it turns into a gravy-like consistency. Salt to taste. I cheat and use stock cubes or powder for saltiness.
      Serve the millionbøf with the mash and maybe a green veg side

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Any mainstream pasta (carbonara especially) if you use decent ingredients

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How about start by telling us what kind of food you actually want to eat. Meat? Spicy? The sweaty taint of a circus clown?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Dishes with meat in them for sure, please.

      Too complicated and too many ingredients for an absolute beginner, I'd think.

      [...]
      Millionbøf with mash. Boil potatoes, drain and mash with butter, milk and salt to taste. Set aside.
      Crumble cook 80% lean mince/gRoUnD bEeFb then add flour and finely chopped onion.
      Cook until brown then add just enough beef stock/water, whisking until it turns into a gravy-like consistency. Salt to taste. I cheat and use stock cubes or powder for saltiness.
      Serve the millionbøf with the mash and maybe a green veg side

      Thanks, I'll keep this one in my back pocket

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Chicken thighs are beginner friendly. Forget about chicken breast, those go dry if you overcook them.

        Thighs will become soft and remain juicy even when you cook them a long time. The price of boneless chicken thighs varies a lot, but generally they are cheap.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Dishes with meat in them for sure, please
        Since you asked nicely. Oven baked food is easy, cut carrots, chicken and potatoes into bits, cover in extra virgin oil with seasoning, let them bake 30min, take them out. If you want to cut down on starch then use fewer potatoes. Low carb and cheap will be tricky, if youre okay with it as long its not SUPER processed then wraps are easy too

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Gotcha, I already looked up some guides on how to go about baking it and it looks promising. Thank you.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How cheap is cheap to you? Whats your actual budget? If you don't know, the average American spends 10% of their disposable income on food(including takeout, delivery, etc.). So 10% of whatever you have left after rent, transportation, and utilities every month.

    Eg. I take home 3.2k after tax. My fixed expenses are 1400. Therefore I should spend 160 a month on groceries. I spend closer to 300 because I am feeding my wife as well.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      About 300 food budget a month at the moment.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If I can manage to post on my phone then I will give you some recipes

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    bait thread with a shitlord OP who will turn his nose up at everything
    have you tried cooking a fried egg?

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I will share with you my parents' easiest recipe. You'll need a slow cooker.
    >3lbs chicken breasts (cut in half)
    >1/2 bottle russian salad dressing
    >1/2 cup apricot jam
    >1 packet onion soup mix
    Dump it all in, stir til chicken is evenly coated, and cook on low for 4 hours.
    For a side, you can make plain rice, or if you want to get fancier, they also make a rice pilaf thing to go with it. Here's how to make it:
    >approx 1/2 box angel hair pasta, broken into thirds (if you are italian cover your eyes while doing this)
    >approx 1/4 cup butter
    Melt butter in skillet and chuck the pasta in. Flip around til evenly coated and the pasta starts to brown. Then add:
    >1 can chicken noodle soup or 1 cup water with a bouillon cube
    >1-1/2 cups chicken broth
    >1 cup rice
    Stir, wait til the liquids bubble, then cover and reduce heat to low. Check it every now and then so the stuff on the bottom doesn't burn. Once the liquids have mostly boiled off try a forkfull and if the rice is soft you're good to go.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    a really lazy and simple meal i make is pan-seared salmon (it can be bought frozen too) with a side of green beans (i usually buy big 1-2kg bags of frozen green beans)

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If you want to be full and dont want to eat white rice, bread, noodles or pasta then you can eat potato.
    Meat, vegetables and some roast potatoes.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Buy a slow cooker. Throw in your choice of meat and vegetables and then walk away for 8 hours.

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Learn to cook meat in a pan. Chicken legs are stupid simple for that:

    Prep a blend of salt, pepper and whatever herbs and spices you feel will work (sage, cumin, ground mustard seeds, whatever, experiment and learn)
    Massage said blend into the chicken on both sides, if you're keeping the skin on make sure you push and spread a bunch underneath as well, the skin should come off easy in most areas.
    Fry both sides at medium-high heat for 5 min per side, then pour in some 5-10mm worth of liquid (be it water, beer, white box wine, your pick), reduce the heat to medium and cover the pan with a lid.
    After 10 min flip the meat and cover it back up. If it seems like there's a risk of stuff burning or otherwise drying out add some more liquid.
    Wait for a further 10-15 min and you're done. If you're lucky you will have hit the sweet spot where the fat from the meat will have formed a nice, creamy sauce along with the meat, otherwise you might be able to get one by keeping the pan uncovered and on heat for a little bit longer.

    As for sides the simplest take is to just microwave a potato - wash the dirt off, stab it with a fork all around, microwave it for 3 min, flip it, microwave again until wrinkly and soft.
    Another take is to chuck in a bunch of frozen peas or somesuch into the frying pan at the midpoint of the covered part of the cooking process, it's rather foolproof but it will take things a bit longer to cook.
    You can also chop large chunks of onion, carrots and or cabbage and fry them alongside the meat with basically no changes to the procedure, just make sure you can fit everything in the pan and stir them sometimes so that stuff doesn't burn.

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I like this one. It's not as complicated as it looks. I use a dutch oven for this recipie.
    What kinds of equipment do you have availible for cooking?

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Red beans and rice, chere. Very cheap, dead easy to make.

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    start with something like spaghetti and meatballs
    you gotta learn a few different things like meat binders, baking, how to boil pasta correctly, knife skills for onion and garlic
    but it isn't too crazy to do once you get started

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just do what Chef John tells you

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Fried rice with veggies of choice

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Potato Leek soup

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