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    Default very easy to make bachelor food

    FAJITAS! cheap enough, filling, good tasting, and most importantly, easy to make.

    do this:

    buy the tortillas (pick a color u like), buy lettuce, onions, a green pepper (or whatever color u want), shredded cheese, salsa, sour cream, guacamole, and some steak (get the best kind u can afford) or chicken (dark meat is tastier).

    make the steak or chicken like usual (season it!) and cut it into strips. cook the onions with the steak too, but be careful not to caramelize the onions. them put it all into the tortilla and ure done! u can heat up the tortilla shell if u want.

    the trick is to pile lots of meat into one fajita so that it can barely be folded. eat 2 or 3 and ull be done for awhile.



    ps. if its morning, u can go breakfast styles and add scrambled eggs into the mix.

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    thats too much work man.
    If I can't cook it in the microwave in less than 3 minutes its too long and too much work

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    Picking up the phone and getting delivery is easy too.

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    Originally posted by buh_buh
    thats too much work man.
    If I can't cook it in the microwave in less than 3 minutes its too long and too much work
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    fuck u bastards

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    we're just lazy. Not really bastards haha.

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    Homemade fajitas rule Jeff Im with ya! I use chicken in mine, Im not sure what spices to use however so I always end up using greek seasoning..any recomendations?
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    Originally posted by Redlyne_mr2
    Homemade fajitas rule Jeff Im with ya! I use chicken in mine, Im not sure what spices to use however so I always end up using greek seasoning..any recomendations?
    i have kindof established a seasoning mix that tastes really good, and is quite authentic

    -salt & pepper to taste
    -garlic
    -cummin (just a little)
    -chili powder
    -lime or lemon juice (just a little)
    -cilantro
    - and the key ingredient... a small amount of mustard ( i know this sounds crazy but it makes the taste GREAT)

    I promise that this combination of flavors will make a great seasoning to your fajitas

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    Ya I do this all the time but i go the easier route. No cooking, just pre-sliced pepperoni and grated cheese, mayo, lettuce, and whatever else you want to throw in that you have in your fridge. Takes 1minute guaranteed. Just doesn't taste quite as good:tongue:

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    season chicken with montreal chicken seasoning

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    chicken fingers + deep fryer + 3 minutes = Full tummy

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    actually make nachos is quite easy...

    nachos
    pre-shredded cheese
    tomatos
    green peppers
    salsa
    sour cream
    if you want add ground beef

    then microwave it...

    shouldnt take that long

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    Originally posted by Redlyne_mr2
    Homemade fajitas rule Jeff Im with ya! I use chicken in mine, Im not sure what spices to use however so I always end up using greek seasoning..any recomendations?
    hm i just throw whatever seasonnig in i have...usually the salsa taste is overpowering anyway.
    Originally posted by spyguy
    actually make nachos is quite easy...

    nachos
    pre-shredded cheese
    tomatos
    green peppers
    salsa
    sour cream
    if you want add ground beef

    then microwave it...

    shouldnt take that long

    that is exactly how all the restaurants do it too.

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    Originally posted by buh_buh
    thats too much work man.
    If I can't cook it in the microwave in less than 3 minutes its too long and too much work
    that's a lot of work for one small meal... I'd rather go and buy a fajita than to wash everything, cut it up, and put it together.

    Originally posted by t3rry
    chicken fingers + deep fryer + 3 minutes = Full tummy
    you have a deep fryer?

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    Originally posted by CuteAsianAngel

    you have a deep fryer?

    yea, you can get them cheap from walmart and stuff, like $60 for a decent one

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    Originally posted by gpomp
    Picking up the phone and getting delivery is easy too.

    See easier and a lot of decent dining establishments will deliver your meals Jeff...

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    Originally posted by t3rry



    yea, you can get them cheap from walmart and stuff, like $60 for a decent one
    doesn't it stink up your house?

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    Originally posted by CuteAsianAngel


    doesn't it stink up your house?

    It does when you make E.I. Stuff...

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    haha all ei stuff stinks up the house (if the window is open the whole street will get a nice aroma) bit i like most of teh smells. Pho can really smell a place up to if you havent noticed

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    Originally posted by CuteAsianAngel


    doesn't it stink up your house?
    no, it has filters and stuff on it

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