does anyone have any recipes.

United States
October 7, 2009 7:25pm CST
I like to cook but I don't like it to be that hard so if anyone has any realy good tasty meals please let me know about them.
6 responses
@Clheer71 (15)
• United States
8 Oct 09
What do you consider "hard"? Is it too many ingredients? Too much preparation? Too many steps?? I could suggest a few recipes. Are you looking for ethnic specific? Or maybe allergy related? How about foods that provide certain vitamins?
• United States
9 Oct 09
I would consider it as too many steps. I like all types of foods but for some reason i really like asian food. thanks!
• United States
9 Oct 09
Sorry for not being specific in my question... I guess i need to get used to that. lol.
• United States
9 Oct 09
yes, the internet is great for recipes! you can type in 5 ingredient recipes and tons of stuff comes up! or recipes for under 5 or 10 dollars. i like to type in stuff like that and see what comes up. one of our favorites though is super easy chicken and dumplings. of course you can do it the homemade way but this is very quick and oh so yummy! combine chicken broth and cream of chicken soup and bring it to a boil. then just take a can of biscuits and pinch small pieces off of the biscuits and drop them into the boiling soup. they usually float to the top when they are done. it never takes too long. you can add cooked chicken in with it if you like but we usually don't. we like to eat ours with stove top chicken stuffing. mmm mmm good! lol
• United States
9 Oct 09
OOO... that actually sounds really good and easy to make. I have never thought of that. Thanks!!
@mesuaky (397)
• Singapore
8 Oct 09
i think your looking for easy and simple to cook meals but good in taste. well i do know a few. heres one i can share with you. Simple Chicken Afritada, its chicken cooked in tomato a Filipno dish. i just do a simple way, you only need cooking oil, 3 cloves of garlic, 4 red tomatoes cut into big chuncks, and one whole chicken cut into 8 or you can buy those part only that you like around 8 pieces of drumstick or thigh. first you saute the garlic then put in the chicken, fry it a little first then put in the tomato. put some salt and peper to taste, cover it and let it simmer in medium low fire, then flip it over after a few minutes then leve it again you will notice the tomatoes becoming sauce like thats how it goes. let it cook until the chicken is well done and thats it. I hope you try and like it. there are many versions in cooking this. if you like to search in the internet. happy cooking.
• United States
9 Oct 09
That sounds good thanks for the recipe!
@wlee9696 (595)
• United States
10 Oct 09
check out the blog - all the recipes are simple to prepare on a normal night. http://southernfoodrecipes.blogspot.com/
• Philippines
9 Oct 09
there are many asian food recipes floating around in the internet, especially now that blogging is in its peak, most food blogs share easy and simple recipes. I, like you, loves food but I am not a skilled cook, so I tend to cook only recipes that I know and am familiar with and when the mood struck and I want something different I want it easy by all means, if I can have a no-bake dessert, why would I settle for something that takes a lot of time baking with the same result in the end, right? Well, that is my principle and I'm kinda lazy by nature *grins*. Used the internet to its full potential and i bet you can collect tons of easy-t0-do asian recipes in a jiffy. Good luck!
@cher913 (25859)
• Canada
8 Oct 09
if you have the internet, then you have a great recipe book at your disposal! there are great free recipes on the net. also, you could visit your local library. ours has a ton of cook books!