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Four ingredients or less in under a half hour

chunbob

Junior Varsity
5 Year Member
In reference to Hthill's recipe, always use less water than the rice recipe calls for. There is a vast left and right wing conspiracy to make Americans cook soggy rice.
 

bugeater61

Kill All Humans
15 Year Member
In reference to Hthill's recipe, always use less water than the rice recipe calls for. There is a vast left and right wing conspiracy to make Americans cook soggy rice.
I took the easy way to making rice perfect every time. I married an Asian and let her cook it.:thumbsup:
 

huskrthill

Crap
10 Year Member
In reference to Hthill's recipe, always use less water than the rice recipe calls for. There is a vast left and right wing conspiracy to make Americans cook soggy rice.
Yeah, that's why I said you may have to have more or less of some things. Might need to cook it longer, too. I don't know for sure... I don't really measure stuff when I make this. Man it's good, though. And so simple.
 

AzHusker

All Big 10
10 Year Member
White Chili

At the grocery store, look in the spice section. Find Schillings "Chili" and you are in the area. I'm pretty sure it's Schilling that makes an envelope mix called "White Chili" also. Whoever makes it, buy the envelope of mix called "White Chili."

1 envelope White Chile seasoning mix.
1 pound chicken, skinned, boned, cubed, seared in a frying pan with light oil.
1 can white beans, plus some water as specified on the envelope.

This is a healthy, and extremely popular meal - great for parties - buy 3 or 4 envelopes and the necessary chicken and beans. 30 minutes and you are D-U-N done.
 

H-D Husker

Blackshirt
5 Year Member
Bring a pot of water to boil and add pasta of your choice.
Cut up some good pancetta into small pieces and fry in a pan.
Drain off fat and add a small onion and cook until onion is clear
Add a can or two of diced tomatoes
Simmer till the tomatoes become a sauce
Season with a little garlic, salt and pepper and crushed red pepper!

Pour sauce over cooked pasta.
 
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Huskers57

Husker Fan
15 Year Member
Bring a pot of water to boil and add pasta of your choice.
Cut up some good pancetta into small pieces and fry in a pan.
Drain off fat and add a small onion and cook until onion is clear
Add a can or two of diced tomatoes
Simmer till the tomatoes become a sauce
Season with a little garlic, salt and pepper and crushed red pepper!

Pour sauce over cooked pasta.
I'll definitely try this one for sure...I'll have to find a 5 gallon pot somewhere LOL
 

H-D Husker

Blackshirt
5 Year Member
I'll definitely try this one for sure...I'll have to find a 5 gallon pot somewhere LOL
It's an old Italian favorite. Just saw it in the Omaha world herald the other day and I remembered friends Mom's back in the hood making it as I was growing up. My Mom never did but different parts of Italy mean different recipes. I have not had it for a long time but will be making some soon also!
 

hskrdavey

Red Shirt
10 Year Member
Old quick favorite..Serves 2 or 3

Ingredients:

1 lb hamburger (Not the lean stuff...get the fat stuff...trust me!)
1 TBS Flour
8 Pieces of Bread
2 cups of Milk

Brown 1lb of hamburger
Take out hamburger but leave ALL of the grease in the pan
Add approx 1 Tablespoon of flour...stir in and soak up grease.. Should be a moist "paste"..
Let this cook on medium for 5 minutes.
Add approximately 2 cups of milk and bring to boil. Let boil for 3-4 minutes until thick. (Yep..you made gravy!) Add more milk if too thick.

Tear up bread in small pieces and spread on plate
Cover with gravy.

YUUUUUUUUUMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!
 

ScarletVA

Vetted Asset
5 Year Member
White Chili

At the grocery store, look in the spice section. Find Schillings "Chili" and you are in the area. I'm pretty sure it's Schilling that makes an envelope mix called "White Chili" also. Whoever makes it, buy the envelope of mix called "White Chili."

1 envelope White Chile seasoning mix.
1 pound chicken, skinned, boned, cubed, seared in a frying pan with light oil.
1 can white beans, plus some water as specified on the envelope.

This is a healthy, and extremely popular meal - great for parties - buy 3 or 4 envelopes and the necessary chicken and beans. 30 minutes and you are D-U-N done.
AzH, this was awesome. Quick, easy, truly simplicity at its finest. I added onions and habaneros to the chicken while browning in the pan. EXCELLENT with corn tortillas to mop up the last drops from your bowl.
 
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