• Chili?
  • Hamburger Helper.
  • Spaghetti
  • Break up three packages of Ramen, and open three cans of vegetables, such as corn, tomatoes, and green beans (do not drain the vegetables). Put them all into a pan. If necessary, add some water. Cook until the Ramen is done. Serve with sliced cheese, cold cuts and bread.
  • Jar of pasta sauce and some pasta. Or if you want to cook, grill some veggies, all kind, throw in a bowl, drizzle with olive oil and fresh herbs sprinkled on top, serve over pasta.
  • Make your own. Ragu Chedder Cheese Sauce (Couple of bottles) 1 pound of paste (Rotini, Macaroni, Shells, whatever) 1-2 pound of Ground Chuck Seasoning Crumble and fry the ground chuck (season with at least salt and pepper) Meanwhile, boil up the pasta until "al dente" (cooked, but not "mushy") Drain the ground beef (chuck) Drain the pasta and return to the pot. Pour one bottle of the cheese sauce in to the pasta. If it's not enough, add the other bottle. (Use a little milk in the bottle, close the lid, shake it to get the rest of the cheese out), and pour that in, too. Pour in the fried ground chuck. Mix it all up. Add some Velvetta or American Cheese slices to make it a bit "stickier", if you wish. Great "Cheeseburger Pasta". Should take no more than about 15-20 minutes to make. Sides: veggies. Add seasoning, like garlic salt, onion chips, etc. and/or whatever else you wish, to taste.
  • Sloppy Joes. Saute chopped onion Add ground chuck and stir until browned Add can of tomato soup If you still need it to go further add a can of vegetable soup too.
  • Pasta cooks quickly and can feed many people. If you don't want to use traditional spaghetti sauce, you can cook the pasta in chicken broth until it is almost totally absorbed and toss with parmesan cheese. I also like to add either asparagus, broccoli or spinach toward the end to just steam it and toss it with the pasta. If you have it on hand, you can also add diced chicken. Spinach and a can of drained chickpeas (garbanzo beans), with a dash of crushed red pepper is a nice alternative.(Cook the pasta in vegetable broth instead of chicken broth for a completely vegetarian alternative.)
  • pasta, macaroni and cheese and meat, spaghetti, chili, lots of good answers above
  • I'll go by sale prices here: 2 pkgs stuffing $1 each. 2 lbs chicken, cubed and fried $4 max 1 pkg shredded hash browns $1.50 2 jars gravy (pkgs or cans are cheaper) $3 1 pkg shredded mozzarella cheese $2.50 max Mix stuffing and hash browns together. Add chicken. Put in a small roaster. Pour gravy evenly over it. Cover with shredded cheese. Bake until cheese is brown. Total cost $13, feeds 2 of us for 3 or 4 meals.

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