The simplest home cook meal you can prepare?

Malaysia
December 6, 2009 11:11am CST
What is the simplest home cook meal you can prepare other than fried eggs, instant noodle in the cup?
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7 responses
@bounce58 (17550)
• Canada
7 Dec 09
The quickest for me is broiled salmon. I don't even have to deforst it. I just dust squeeze some lemons over top, and dust it with salt and pepper then pop it in the oven to broil. After a few minutes, when it looks cooked, I just spread butter over the top for it to melt, and it's all done. A home favorite!
@jewels49 (1784)
• United States
7 Dec 09
Oh bounce that sounds wonderful..does it travel well? I will gladly pm you my home address. Our favorite quick meal around here that everybody loves is Pancakes..French toast sometimes but pancakes are fast olf fashioned comfort food.
@bounce58 (17550)
• Canada
7 Dec 09
Unfortunately, this dish does not travel well. Which means, the kids love it and it doesn't stay long on the table. They've soon cut it up into their plates the minute I put it down. We also do love pancakes! Specially on weekends when we all have slept in. We'd have the pancakes at around noon. Maple syrup and all!
• Malaysia
7 Dec 09
sounds yummy...can you do this with other fish or salmon only?
@daliaj (5689)
• India
10 Dec 09
I am not a very good cook, but I can make a big meal for six people. Six is the maximum number of people I have ever cooked. I like to cook rice, which is the simplest home cook meal according to me. Once I cook rice, I need to make some dishes to have with that. Most of the people in my country like rice and it is the most common cooked dish. It is easy for me to prepare chicken curry as a side dish for rice. I also get some curd and pickle which will form a very good combination with rice. Potato fry is another dish which is easy to make and all my family members like that.
• Malaysia
10 Dec 09
yes...rice is a must for us too. I'm not good in making curry but I love curry (^_^)v
@limcyjain (3523)
• India
7 Dec 09
For me making popcorn, milk bambinos are some of the simplest things to prepare at home.
• Malaysia
8 Dec 09
I haven't try making popcorn yet...this might sound silly but what is milk bambinos?
@agv0419 (3030)
• Philippines
7 Dec 09
The simplest food that I can cook are fried chicken, grilled pork, adobo and sinigang. These dishes are very easy to prepare and I can cook it all by myself when I mother is not around to cook for us.
• Malaysia
7 Dec 09
agv0419...what is adobo and sinigang? are they traditional food in your country? the simplest food I can prepare especially when I'm not in the mood to cook heavy meal is grill salted fish with lemon...yummy2, family favorite...
@laglen (19783)
• United States
8 Dec 09
Pot Roast - sear and season meat. Stuff into a crockpot, add onions, potatoes and carrots. Cook all day, come home, enjoy! Thats as easy as it gets. If I am in a hurry, I will do a salad or sandwiches.
@jerzgirl (7673)
• Gloucester City, New Jersey
7 Dec 09
Grilled cheese and tomato soup, hamburgers and oven fries, spaghetti with meat sauce, chili and seasoned pork chops with rice and milk gravy are among the easiest things to make. Even a ham steak instead of pork chops works. But, I've been known also to make creamed dried beef gravy with potatoes and toast or pancakes and sausage for supper (aka dinner), too.
@missweety (628)
• Latvia
7 Dec 09
I think the easiest is pasta, I just boil water, put pasta and boil. when pasta is really I add everything i have in a fridge. A little bit of butter, cheese, sausages etc...easy and tastes good...sometimes I add sour cream, cheese and garlic, taste good :) fast and simple!!!