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    College Cooking

    A collection of easy recipes that might appeal to the collect set living in dorms or small apartments, cooking on their own, and using ingredients which tend to go hand in hand with college students...
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    Another Pantry Challenge recipe - I was craving pasties, but also had leftover commercially prepared pie crusts from the holidays to use up. So I figured out what else I had in my pantry and freezer, and here's what I came up with! They were very tasty, if I say so, myself. :) If you use curry powder, they're like samosas... without, they're like pasties. Both ways are delicious!

    Recipe #111943

    5 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Super quick dessert to whip up for those nights when the kids have friends staying for supper. They always love it! But be careful it is addicting and even better the next day if there is any left.

    Recipe #103045

    I had this at a softball cookout this summer & it is SO good!!! It is gooey, chocolately, creamy; what more can you ask? I think you'll like it! Cook time is approximate chill time.

    Recipe #101099

    The original version of this recipe came from "The Northern Exposure Cookbook" by Ellis Weiner. This is a real family-style kid-pleasing recipes that I often bring to potlucks and family gatherings. It is like a pot of macaroni & cheese but with the added surpise of the hotdog slices. It is easy prepare, is inexpensive, and doubles nicely. I have even prepared the ingredients the night before and baked it the next day with success (just allow the ingredients to come to room temperature before baking or add a little extra cooking time). You may use reduced fat ingredients if you have health concerns, but it will not be quite as rich. That being said, I do just about always use "light" hotdogs with no real sacrifice to taste. Prep time includes cooking the pasta.

    Recipe #24205

    Easy family dish, popular with Dad and kids.

    Recipe #23121

    7 Reviews |  By Abby C

    Delicious, sweet, little, buttery biscuits with a hint of cinnamon.

    Recipe #39074

    7 Reviews |  By xxoo

    This is a fool proof, quick and easy way to whip up a tasy dish when the cupboard is bare. I am both thrilled and amazed how easy it is to turn a packet of 'Top Ramen type' noodles into a gourmet dish!

    Recipe #61904

    1 Reviews |  By Belbo

    Quick and easy

    Recipe #85219

    2 Reviews |  By m f

    I just made this noodle salad this weekend for a cookout. It is fast and easy to make.

    Recipe #98769

    Great for Pot lucks. Cheap, too!

    Recipe #34613

    Ramen has been a standby over years of back packing, motor camping and desert 'prospecting' where conserving water and cooking fuel were always at the front of our minds. A home made dehydrator added light weight, easy to use jerky and vegetables to the pot. Now any time I want a quick meal, as often as not it's Ramen. It's inexpensive, quick, and delicious. What more would you want?

    Recipe #79671

    This is a excellent dish for college students, or bachelors (very easy & very inexpensive).

    Recipe #2066

    4 Reviews |  By Candy C

    A delicious and filling salad perfect for lunch or dinner. You can omit the chicken for a delicious Chinese Slaw.

    Recipe #47164

    Ok, you've got 20 minutes to get dinner on the table, and the table is piled with books, papers, afterschool snack wrappers and a tennis shoe with a broken lace. You're desperate, but dinner can still be delicious, and yes, you can get it done fast! So, you walk into your pantry, grab a few items, and pat yourself on the back for making those wise purchases. Dinner will be a snap! Call The Kids and/or The Spouse (most of the junk on the table is theirs, anyway, right? YOU wouldn't pile stuff on there.) and issue The Ultimatum: "The dining table will be cleared and set in 20 minutes or no dinner tonight." And mean it. Trust me, it works, but they have to know you mean it.

    Recipe #24822

    6 Reviews |  By Manda

    From french fries, to chicken nuggets, to just about anything, this was the ultimate dipper when I was in college. Created by accident, it quickly became everyone's fave. I introduced it to my mom, and now I have to keep this mixture on hand in the fridge AT ALL TIMES!!! Sounds gross, but give it a try...might surprise ya!! It seems that everyone prefers a little more of this or that ingredient. I like mine with a little less mayo, lots of pepper and garlic powder, and the mustard added. Play around with it a little bit, and you'll find the combo that is perfect for you!

    Recipe #40098

    A sandwich that is theoretically free (there is tution to pay) if you have a meal plan or a friend with a meal plan who is talented at stealing loaves of bread and bagels from the cafeteria and dormmates who leave their doors open. Active work time does not include obtaining ingredients.

    Recipe #110016

    1 Reviews |  By Jenn K.

    This is a recipe that we used a lot when I was away in college. It's simple and fast. We could throw this together and after class it was ready and we could have a hot meal!!

    Recipe #101288

    This makes a pizza-like dish, only with barbecue sauce. A quick, simple, tasty dish for a family supper--a definite kid-pleaser. A 9 1/2-oz package of biscuits gives a relatively thin crust. Use a 16 oz package of biscuits if you want a thicker crust. Update: It may be tempting to substitute ground turkey for ground beef in this recipe to make it more "heart-healthy," but because the beef flavor is an important part of this dish's appeal, I recommend against it. Of course, it's only as good as the barbecue sauce you use, so make sure you use a barbecue sauce--and a hot pepper sauce--you know you like.

    Recipe #91866

    My mom gave me her old crock pot before I moved 900 miles away to college. I told her I didn't know how to make anything in it, and she told me to just 'throw' these 4 ingredients inside and turn it on. Simple enough!! I always invite my girlfriends over and we all love it!! It's the closest thing to a real home-cooked meal we have while we are away.

    Recipe #29017

    Oh boy, these are good-good-GOOD! If you like stuffed burgers and poppers, you'll love these. :)

    Recipe #29251

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