So I was looking at my fridge and the only thing in it was a couple chicken thighs, an almost empty container of sour cream, and a bag of frozen spinach. I sat and wondered what I could make and the only thing that came to my mind was this recipe. This is one of those recipes you can whip up on a moment's notice with minimal ingredients to serve to your un-welcomed dinner guests so they can be on their way. But what if you don't have any dinner guests? What if you have no one who ever comes to your place because you are such poor company and your cry yourself to sleep because of the loneliness? Then stay strong my friend, neither do it. Just make this dish, post it on social media, or better yet, start a blog.
This simple dish can be considered a quick recipe since it has very little cook time and it is easily presented with greens, cheese and sour cream. You can whip it up in minutes when an unexpected co-worker comes over for dinner and brag that you always eat like this. Then resume eating unbranded Aldi's oatmeal twice a day the next day like usual. Chicken tenders are best for this recipe since they cook rapidly, are thin enough that you do not need marination time, and cost less than chicken breasts.
Slow cookers aren't really that expensive, you can buy them from Target for about $30. But I'm not going to spend $30 so I'm never going to buy one. Luckily my cousin was throwing one away, so means I got a free Crock Pot! You can start this slow cooker, go to work, worry the entire time that the slow cooker will burn down the house while you're gone, come back and enjoy a well cooked meal.
Have you ever wanted to eat an entire chicken, but thought that an entire chicken would cost too much? Well I have the solution for you, a Cornish Game Hen! It is basically a tiny chicken which costs much less than a full sized chicken but still looks like a chicken.
There are a hundred ways to make a steak, but the best ones are always the simplest. It gives more attention to the meat. I was at a wholesale meat store and saw an amazing T-bone steak for just $7. Now I know $7 is a lot for just one steak, but there are hardly any other ingredients in it so it's all good. The cashier gave me a funny look since I just bought one small thing from a wholesale butcher, but it's not like I had any dignity to lose.