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#121 of 419 Old 03-27-2007, 10:51 PM
 
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One of my faves is Taco Casserole; 8 servings for $2.02. Not super-healthy because of the canned items, but better than Taco Bell!

Taco Casserole

2 Cans Black Beans (.43 ea)
1 Can Yellow corn (.33)
1 Can Mexican-Style Diced Tomatoes (.50)
1 C. Rice (0.00 -- I usually get it free after coupons)
1 Pkt Taco Seasoning (.33, but I make mine from a recipe on allrecipes.com so really .20 or so for the spices at home which would bring the total to 1.89)
Water

Preaheat oven to 375. Grease a 9x13 casserole dish. Dump all ingredients (including liquid in cans) except water into dish and mix. Add in a little bit of water (usually 1/4 c. to 1/2 c.) until the ratio of liquid to rice "looks right" (real scientific, I know!). Bake at 375, stirring every 15 mins, for about 45 minutes or until rice is fully cooked. If desired, top with cheese or nutritional yeast after last stirring.

My SO loves that casserole, especially when served with chips, salsa, sour cream and jalapenos. All of that would make it more than $2, but that's HIS fault, not mine!
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WOW! Fantastic thread! I'm SUBBING! Keep the ideas coming, I LOVE frugal food
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My favorite cheap meal is potato pancakes. I grate a bunch of potatoes (6-7) on the biggest setting (it's also really good finely grated but I don't have the patience, lol!!). I then add an egg or two, about a teaspoon of baking powder, a few shakes of salt and up to a cup of flour to hold it together. Cook on high heat until crispy and cooked through. Very yummy with ketchup or butter or molasses. I figure it's about 50 cents a batch and there's always leftovers.

I have tons more but most have already been listed. Most soups, sandwiches, chowders and rice or pasta dishes are under $2.
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I'm subbing, and my first batch of (altered) Honey-Baked Lentils is in the oven for use as lunches next week!
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I have a new twist on potato pancakes...a little more healthy!

1 can of kidney beans drained and rinsed
1 chopped small onion
1-2 cloves of garlic
1/2 cup of cracker crumbs(OR old bread seasoned and made into crumbs)

Puree kidney beans and small onion and garlic in blender
Mix in a bowl with cracker crumbs add seasonings to taste(cumin, chili ect)

Sautee in frying pan with oil until brown

Might be a three dollar meal? But worth the extra dollar!!

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I'm subbing, and my first batch of (altered) Honey-Baked Lentils is in the oven for use as lunches next week!
Just wanted to add a big for the honey baked lentils. They're yummy. In fact I think I'll make them for lunch tomorrow.

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The Honey Baked Lentils ARE good! I used sesame oil rather than olive oil for a little kick, and they're awesome.
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[QUOTE=kidspiration;7305168]
-homemade pizzas. i bought a brand new bread machine off of craigslist for super cheap. i found a great thin crust pizza dough recipe online and i just throw the ingredients in the machine, and 55 minutes later the dough is ready. i usually make the dough in the morning and let it ferment for the better part of the day just because it tastes better that way. it is a fraction of the cost of ordering pizza and it tastes infinitely better. tip...heat your oven as hot as you can get it, it makes for a crispier tastier crust.QUOTE]

Can you please post your recipe for the pizza crust? That is the one convenience food I am determined to learn how to make and I just got a bread machine for free! I love a thin, crispy crust so this has me very excited!

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"one of my favourite pasta recipes is dirt cheap and really tasty....

1 can whole Italian tomatoes
4 garlic cloves (crushed)
1 1/2 tablespoons dried basil (can use fresh)
4 tablespoons olive oil
1 teaspoon kosher salt
Penne noodles (or anyother noodle)

1. Preheat oven to 400.
2. Reserving the liquid, drain can of italian Tomatoes. Spread tomatoes on a shallow pan and cut each in half (cut side up). Sprinkle with the crushed garlic, a tbsp of oil, salt and the basil. Place in oven and bake for 1 hour.
3. In the last 10 minutes add the retained liquid that was in the can.
4. Boil pasta and cut feta into small cubes.
5. When tomatoes are finished baking they will be burnt a bit (that's what you want),transfer all to a small bowl and crush with fork. Add the rest of the oil.
6. Pour the tomato mixture hot pasta and toss.

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i made this for supper last week. it was so awesome! thank you!!!
We made it this week and it was yummy. I had two cans of whole tomatoes so I made a double batch and now have some in the freezer.
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My favorite cheap meal is potato pancakes. I grate a bunch of potatoes (6-7) on the biggest setting (it's also really good finely grated but I don't have the patience, lol!!). I then add an egg or two, about a teaspoon of baking powder, a few shakes of salt and up to a cup of flour to hold it together. Cook on high heat until crispy and cooked through. Very yummy with ketchup or butter or molasses. I figure it's about 50 cents a batch and there's always leftovers.

I have tons more but most have already been listed. Most soups, sandwiches, chowders and rice or pasta dishes are under $2.
they're great, I put onion into mine,too. We eat them with apple sauce
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Tried the Honey baked lentils tonight and man, they are good! I've never really had lentils before, and I guess I was expecting something a little more..."defined", more texture... instead the texture was more like refried beans! Is it supposed to be this way?

I'm thinking that it'll be good on toast for breakfast!

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great thread!

we are really low on money right now and I need some ideas. :
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great thread!
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I don't have this recipe priced out, but I'm sure it's pretty cheap. It's a little more if you do all organic. We usually use leftover meat/bread with it. It's total comfort food!

Creamed Chicken

6 T. Butter
6 T. Flour
1 tsp. salt
1/8 tsp. pepper
1 cup milk
1.5 cups chicken broth
Cooked chicken
Bread

Melt butter and mix in flour, salt, pepper until a paste is formed. Slowly add chicken broth and milk. Heat until thick and boiling. Add as much cooked chicken as you desire. Serve over torn up pieces of bread.

This will probably feed a family of 3-4 (2 adults), as long as no one is a huge eater.

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We like this quick, frugal meatless version of the Ploughman's Share:

Brown Rice (or you can use white--jasmine, basmati, etc.)
Steamed Carrots and Broccoli (you can also add others)

Put steamed vegetables over rice in a bowl, top with shredded white cheddar cheese and soy sauce/Tamari to taste!

YUM!
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Cabbage Roll Casserole (Canadian Funds)

1 head cabbage, chopped $1
2 lbs ground beef $2
1 can tomato sauce $1
1 can diced tomatoes with juice $1
1 cup rice
1 onion chopped
salt, pepper to taste

Brown meat and drain. Mix all ingredients together. Place in casserole dish. The original recipe then calls for 2 cups of beef broth to be poured on top but I used the 1 can of tomatoes instead. It may still need the broth, I haven't baked one yet. Bake for 1 hour, covered at 350F. Uncover and bake for 30 more minutes. This made 5 two serving portions. I froze them in tinfoil loaf containers to be defrosted and baked at a later date. It works out to be about $0.50 a serving.

Pea Soup

1lb split peas, rinsed and sorted 1.00
ham bone free
1 onion, chopped
salt, pepper to taste.
water

Put peas, ham one, onion (saute first if you'd like), salt and pepper in a large pot. Cover with water. Bring to a boil, cover and simmer on low until peas have turned into a liquidy mush. Remove ham bone and serve. I'm guessing this makes about 8 one cup servings. It's still in my pot so I haven't measure yet. So that would be about $0.12 a serving. I usually serve this with some kind of homemade bun.

Samosas

2 large potatoes, diced and cooked until slightly tender
1 small onion, chopped
½ cup peas, frozen or canned is fine $0.50
¼ cup ghee or butter
2 tsp coriander
½ tsp cumin
? tsp cayenne pepper
1 tsp salt
1 tsp turmeric
2 tsp garlic, chopped
1 tsp ginger, minced
2 tsp lemon juice
1 package phyllo dough, thawed $2.50
oil, for frying
Heat ghee on medium high in a saute pan. Add coriander and cook for about 30 seconds.

Add onions and ginger. Cook for 5 minutes until onions are soft.

Add remaining spices and garlic. Cook stirring another minute.

Stir in potatoes until dry 1 more minute.

Stir in peas, heat through. Add lemon juice and adjust seasonings.

Fold each piece of phyllo lengthwise until desired size. Spoon filling onto corner of the dough. Fold across into a triangle and continue folding the entire strip of dough to encase the filling. Wet edge with water to seal.

Heat oil in a pot or deep fryer until 350F. Add 3 or 4 samosas at a time and cook 2-3 minutes, turning once.

Drain on paper towels and serve with a cool pickle, yogurt or ketchup.

I'll add another $2 for the misc ingredients, potatoes, spices, butter to bring this up to $5 for 20 samosas. Say 5 samosas per person which is $1 per serving.
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TVP Macaroni

3 cups dry macaroni
3/4 cup TVP
butter
onion
salt/pepper
oregano (optional)
bouillon
olive oil

Cook the macaroni and dissolve 1/2 a bouillon cube in it. Reconstitute the TVP in water with 1/2 cube bouillon in it.
Fry the onion in olive oil, then add the TVP and brown.
Melt butter in the macaroni.
Mix the TVP and macaroni, add seasonings to taste.

My family eats this with peas as a veggie and it's a family favorite. My dh created this recipe.

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I don't know if this officially qualifies as under $2 but I was making it this morning and it dawned on me that these are pretty darn cheap. My mom made them when I was a kid and I still love them! We're dairy free so I use soy maragine and rice milk.

Giant, Giant Pancake


3 T. maragine
3 eggs
1/2 c. flour
1/4 tsp. salt
1/2 c. milk
powdered sugar (optional, we never use)

Preheat oven to 45o degrees. Melt maragine in 10 inch skillet (we use a cast iron skillet). Beat eggs; add flour and salt. Beat smooth. Stir in milk and melted butter. Combine well. Pour batter back into skillet. Bake for 15 minutes. Turn off oven and leav in 5-10 minutes longer. Sift powdered sugar over (if you're using). Serves 4.

We top with syrup, jam, fruit, etc.

Yum!
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This is an easy pasta/soupy recipe. It's actually somewhere in the middle, depending how much broth you use. Could be under $2 if you buy your beans in bulk, or if you hit the Can Can sale at Shop-rite!

1 box small pasta (Ditalini is best, small shells or orzo or elbows work too...)
1 can diced tomato
1 can vegetable broth, plus enough water to cover past
1 can cannellini beans
add crushed dried rosemary and boil til pasta is cooked.

This is a freewheeling recipe--you can add roasted red pepper to this, or hot crushed pepper. I like it with the rosemary because I get tired tired of Mexican and Italian and the rosemary swings it over to the French side! You eat this with a spoon, but it's very thick.

If you have garlic bread on the side, even better.
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Did anyone mention Jambalya? We eat that a lot. I make my own broth (like a lot of people here do), can my own tomatoes (or buy them at the scratch & dent for 10 cents for a big can), rice (69 cents for 3 pounds), celery, onion, whatever other left over veggies I feel like throwing in and add left over meat scraps (usually chicken, sausage of some sort or ham... I put it all in a freezer container until there is enough to make a pot of Jambalya). Where I live that certainly comes in at or less than $2 for a dinner for a family of four with leftovers... and it is made mostly from leftovers!

We eat a lot of pancakes and eggs, rice and bean type stuff for dinner too. I am glad we are not the only ones. We eat loads of pasta (I buy it at the scratch & dent for 40 cents a pound or at Aldi's for 89 cents for 2 pounds). Ramen pride made with the leftover bits of veggies in the freezer or spinach is something the kids and I eat quite often when DH is at work.

Something my mother used to make when she was a kid growing up very, very poor (I am talking one meal a day, no running hot water or indoor bathroom poor) was "tomato soup with dumplings". You take on large can of tomato juice and put it on to boil in a big pan. Then you mix flour and a little salt with water until it is sticky and drop that into the "soup" by the spoonfull. They are done when they puff up and are not gooey in the middle. It's good and costs about $1 if you buy generic tomato juice.

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YEA I have something to contribute .

I get a big mix of beans from the bulk section and store them in a tub. Then, I basically copy the recipe on the commercial box of mixed beans.

Bean soup
2 c. beans soaked overnight and drained
1 big cooked sausage cut up
big can diced tomatoes
small can tom. sc
onion
bay leaves
1 big box of CostCo organic (no MSG) chicken broth
Crockpot on high all day

Throw in any veggies; ie. big BEll peppers
Teaspoon+ sea salt
pepper

Maybe not $2.00 but close and if you have your own broth, closer.

Can eat alone or served over rice
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Oh yeah.... now your talking

I love Sushi and once you have everything in the house then it is really cheap to make... I buy Nori in a 50 sheet pack for 10$ CND... For rice I just buy any store brand "Calrose" rice...
You can put whatever you want in it and it is so tasty and healthy...
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Subbing! Thanks for all the great ideas, and keep 'em coming!

Also wanted to add a few more:

Pasta (any type) with butter & parmesan cheese
Peanut butter, apple & granola wrapped inside flour tortilla
Hamburger bun pizzas - toast buns, add toppings to hamburger bun & bake until cheese melts
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(mexican tomato noodle soup w/ swiss chard)

2 tsp. veg oil
8oz fideos or angel hair pasta (broken into 1 inch pieces)
1/2 c. chopped onion
3 cloves garlic minced
1 28 oz can diced tomatoes or you can use just reg. tomatos (or even tom paste mixed w. water to = 28 oz- in a pinch!)
2 cups veggie broth, chicken stock or water (whatever you have on hand will work, use some extra spices and garlic/onion if you use water)
1 tsp basil
1 tsp oregano
1tsp sugar
1 bay leaf
salt,pepper
1 bunch swiss chard (ribs removed and cut into thin strips)

heat oil in a skillet then add noodles, onion and garlic. stir constantly and cook until spagetti pieces are golden. add everything but the swiss chard to a soup pot. bring to a boil over med-high heat then cover and simmer 10 min. add swiss chard. cook another 5-10 min. until chard is nice and wilty. remove bay leaf before serving..you can top this with paremsan cheese but it's good without it!

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this is a favorite here of my kiddos.

2 c. beans (cooked)
1 c. pizza sauce*
1 c. shredded mozerella cheese
1 bell pepper & 1 onion chopped

lightly oil a pie pan. spread beans evenly in the pan then top w. remaining ingredients. bake at 375 degrees (uncovered) for 20 min. serve over cooked rice, pasta, baked potato, on a sandwich roll etc. (very versatile) may not be exactly a $2 meal but very cheap, especially if cooked in bulk and frozen!

for my pizza sauce I use a can of tomato past mixed with water (until the desired consitancy is reached) then add spices-oregno, basil, garlic powder, etc). you can use leftover spagetti sauce too.

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