What are some good budget-friendly recipes? (Contest-Friendly Weekly Topic Inspiration)
Budget-friendly meals are great for everyone! What are some of your favorites? How are they in particular light on one’s weekly food budget? Share your money-saving meals as part of this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration challenge!
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Fideo con pollo is also known as vermicelli with chicken. This dish is budget-friendly and tasty. The meal is delicious, and you can feed a family of 4 - 6 people for under $10. read more
Tips on how to get children to try new foods, with examples of dishes that my children would eat at enjoy on a regular basis. read more
A cheap recipe that kids will love, so easy that kids can make it themselves (with some help).
main ingredients: spaghetti and hot dogs. read more
A very healthy, very cheap family dinner, with leftover recipe! read more
Chocolate banana peanut butter pudding pie, topped with raspberries. An inexpensive delicious recipe that will serve six people for a low cost of 60 cents each. read more
Try an easy to make, tasty dessert that costs about $.63 cents a serving! Jell-O Chocolate Mocha Mousse! read more
Rollmops are pickled herring fillets. This page looks not only at how to produce rollmop approximations in a very short period of time, it examines one of the best ways of finding quality foodstuffs at budget friendly prices for cost cutting family meal ideas. read more
Great Question Simone! My mate just gave me a really cheap, easy and healthy recipe - (for two) - packet of 2minute Nasi Goreng noodles, can of Coconut oil, can of 3-4 bean mix, Thai Red Curry paste. How cheap is all that? Boil Water and add noodles, add flavour sachets, mix in a spoon or two of Thai Red Curry paste to taste, add the coconut oil - lastly add can of beans. Pour into big soup bowls and ENJOY!
How to cook a lamb meal with roast potatoes, mash, carrots, cauliflower cheese, sprouts, and gravy. read more
Want to learn how to make a healthy and tasty smoothie for less than 30 pence...? read more
Try my moma's red beans and rice recipe, and you will wonder how you could have overlooked the hearty red bean before. Small red beans are not only tasty, but are packed with incredible health benefits. Come taste some! read more
I go for stir-fried pork and vegetables. Tofu steak is also my favorite.
Everyone will want to know your secrets after trying these heavenly delights! read more
I love shrimp! But shrimp can be really expensive, especially when you live a long way from the nearest coast. The secret to keeping within your budget and still enjoying shrimp in your recipes, is to find recipes that work well with frozen shrimp.... read more
Recipe for pea and ham soup with vegetables and sausage topping. Inexpensive and tasty meal particularly for cold nights. read more
Mexican food is delicious and economical. Pechuga Monterrey will delight your tastebuds with eye-catching steamed veggies and melted colby-jack cheese. This is a great family dish. read more
Fideo con carne y papas is a great family dish that tastes great and can feed 4-6 family members for under $10. Includes instructions and photo tutorial. read more
http://goodlady.hubpages.com/video/Heal … pestosauce
I hope i made it on time. Had a lot of difficulty uploading my video. In fact there is a sign to say I have broken links but in fact I don't understand why.
I had written my hub and was working on my video, then i went to upload it but couldn't because it was already on hub Pages video...so I had to start another Hub and transfer the words and pics to the video.
Hoping it will sort itself out.
Anyway, here is my frugal living recipe.
Hope you enjoy it
(If there is something I can do to put things right with that broken link sign I'd appreciate it).
A selection of cheap and easy high protein meals for athletes to aid their recover post exercise and repair demaged muscles. Many athletes are on the lookout for cheap high protein foods as they would rather spend money on sports equipment. read more
Looking for a cheap and easy dinner recipe? Try this budget-friendly coffee-brined chicken legs recipe. Includes step-by-step directions with pictures and ingredient table for making your own brine mixture. read more
Keep the kitchen cool this Summer with a tasty Hawaiian tuna pasta salad. Requiring little cooking, it is cheap to make and really healthy. read more
There are times when, no matter how broke and hungry you are, another bowl of noodles or oatmeal is less appetizing than simply going to be hungry. Luckily, there are actually ways to spruce your menu up, even if ramen noodles are all you can afford. Discover the ramenttata and a few suggestions for making ramen noodles slightly more healthy and interesting. read more
by Simone Haruko Smith 10 years ago
One of the final prizes in the Cookbook Contest will be awarded to the best family recipe, however I have seen relatively few contest entries that are explicitly designed to be good for larger groups, capable of producing multiple meals that can be eaten throughout the week, or amenable to...
by Simone Haruko Smith 9 years ago
What Restaurants Do You Recommend? (Contest-Friendly Weekly Topic Inspiration)Have you visited any good restaurants lately? If so, tell us about them in a review Hub. After all, restaurant reviews are this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration theme, and also count as entries in our Rigorous Review...
by India Arnold 10 years ago
Weekly Topic Inspiration: Shoreline Adventures-tell us about your exciting Summer water adventures!Since we are facing the sunny summer months, what about sharing your best summer vacations that centered around water/shoreline adventures (lakes, beaches, ponds, creeks, rivers, spillways, dams, and...
by Jason Menayan 10 years ago
Weekly Topic Inspiration (formerly HubMob): Books for childrenReady for this week's topic inspiration? It's all about children's books. Explore this rich category for Hub topics like "Books for 3 year olds", "Ebooks for children", "Coloring books about animals" and...
by cardelean 9 years ago
Weekly Topic Inspiration: Back to SchoolAlthough we are just inching into August, I must admit that it is time to start thinking about getting back to school. So as we say good bye to summer, how are you getting your students ready to go back to school? You could write about...
by Dave Powell 11 years ago
"Weekly Topic Inspiration: Disaster Preparedness"For our next weekly topic, I'd like to suggest "Creating a Personal or Family Disaster Plan." What should such a plan address? What physical materials and facilities would you assemble and set up... and what external services...
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