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    Posted: 30 August 2008 at 7:48pm
The gf is coming to visit tomorrow so im going to cook something for her.  only idea is, i have no idea what to cook.  i need something easy, tasty, with relatively few ingredients.  garlic is out.  any ideas?  right now im thinking maybe this 
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Originally posted by evillepaintball evillepaintball wrote:

The gf is coming to visit tomorrow so im going to cook something for her. only idea is, i have no idea what to cook. i need something easy, tasty, with relatively few ingredients. garlic is out. any ideas? right now im thinking maybe this

For a super simple awesome roast buy onion soup powder, and a roast. Pour the onion soup powder stuff all over the roast, top and bottom, and wrap it up in foil. As for cooking times and temps I'm not too sure unfortunately, but someone on here should know. Fondue is also another super easy, amazing meal.
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*cracking knuckles*

Aight.... what are you in the mood for?
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Originally posted by tallen702 tallen702 wrote:

*cracking knuckles*

Aight.... what are you in the mood for?


already went out and bought the ingrediants for the linked dish above haha.  but if you can tell me something that would be better, i have the stuff required for that recipe, plus some ravioli, stovetop cornbread stuffing, wheat bread, and ramen noodles.  any ideas?
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that pasta w/ cream sauce recipe that tallen gave me kicked butt...

although i modified it by adding more cheese than what was listed.
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Bertolli's frozen in a bag pasta meals.
They're amazing, and my lady liked them.
Just cook in the skillet, maybe put some
garlic bread in the oven, candles, etc.

Simple meal, and the cost shouldn't be more than $10-$12
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I know you already picked your recipe, but here's a few of my favorite quickie-meals.

A bag of Birds-eye mixed veggies, some teriyaki sauce and either chicken or beef, cut thin, and stir fried over a little white rice (optional) is simple, cheap, and delicious.

Or, a little butter in a pan, some perogies, and sliced onions. Fry in pan until browned. I like to have some garlic powder mixed in there for good measure, but not necessary.






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on Reb's first recipe, go to trader joes, and buy the general tso's sauce.  take your cut chicken breast, put it in flour, and stir fry with the sauce.  It's amazing, I think it's called trader ming's general tso's sauce
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Nuke some left-over McDonalds

But Pasta and Cream is always good, Some of the packet things don't give you enough, try it with chicken?

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Beer-butt chicken made with a dark English beer is some of the greatest stuff you will ever taste. Not a difficult meal, either.
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okay help me here as well. When you guys say 'stir fry' do you mean just cook everything in the pan until it looks done? I can do that. but if there is something special, keep me informed. I haven't actually cooked a stir-fry dish since 8th grade home-ec.
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Originally posted by Snipa69 Snipa69 wrote:

okay help me here as well. When you guys say 'stir fry' do you mean just cook everything in the pan until it looks done? I can do that. but if there is something special, keep me informed. I haven't actually cooked a stir-fry dish since 8th grade home-ec.


Toss the meat into the pan first, it takes longer to cook than the veggies do, give them a minute or so, then ass your vegetables and, yeah, cook till done- basically until the vegetables aren't crunchy anymore.


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give them a minute or so, then ass your vegetables and, yeah, cook till done- basically until the vegetables aren't crunchy anymore.



I need a video of this technique, having a hard time visuallizing it (and laughing too hard...)


I just pray he doesn't take your advice with artichokes. Lawsuit city.

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what does she like? then i could help you.
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Originally posted by JohnnyHopper JohnnyHopper wrote:

Originally posted by Reb Cpl Reb Cpl wrote:


give them a minute or so, then ass your vegetables and, yeah, cook till done- basically until the vegetables aren't crunchy anymore.



I need a video of this technique, having a hard time visuallizing it (and laughing too hard...)


I just pray he doesn't take your advice with artichokes. Lawsuit city.


I'm not even going to edit it.

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well, i went the the Naoke chicken recipe, and it was pretty darn good if i do say so myself
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