- June 15, 2007 at 12:56 pm #252350
Cheap quick meals my fav as mentioned is breakfast for dinner since
we are rushed in the morning and never have times for eggs and
Grillcheese and fries/salad
Grilled cheese and ham
tacos (you can make up taco meat ahead of time and freeze!
soup and sand (grillcheese/tomatoe/eggsalad whatever)
rice with chicken breast cut up and add some sauce in the pan add a
salad -this is one of my fav’s. You use less chicken then if you
served a piece each!
> From: mimom1989
> Sent: Friday, June 15, 2007 2:53 PM
> Subject: Budget101.com : Re: my budgeting is back to where i
> I have a fairly easy meal that isn’t very expensive and you can
> make a large amount.
> Over medium heat, saute onions and green peppers in butter (or
> oil) until onions are transparent. The amount you use of onions
> green peppers is your choice.
> Cube potatoes (again the amount is your choice. I usually make
> skillets full). Place the potatoes in the pan with the onions and
> Dice up a one pound package of polska kielbasa, polish sausage,
> sausage or whatever meat you want to use and place it in pan.
> Cover, stirring occassionally until potatoes are tender.
> Takes about 30 mins. from start to finish and fills you up!
> This is a very inexpensive meal especially when you get the
> sale buy one, get one free!
> Also I have a chicken and noodle skillet and a chicken and rice
> if you’re interested. Just let me know.
> Mother of 3 kids, a husband, a brother and a nephew! LOL (not to
> mention the pets! lol)
> — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “mkroom4trble”
> > I don’t know what i am doing wrong. I had spent all the moneys
> > for food already. I have food but my meal planning seems to use
> > of it? How do you minimize the amount of the main dishes but
> > a complete meal to feed six hungery people. Since my last
> > had taken in my boysfriends son for two weeks so my food supply
> > less. Please help. This child will not eat bread products.
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