Often the best way to really get into cooking is finding simple and quick recipes that are delicious and fun to make. We have spent years finding the best of the best recipes that we think help anyone out there get excited about cooking. These are no hassle, no recipe, just get some stuff, chop it up, heat it up, mix it around, and enjoy.
0:43 – Instant Gourmet Pasta
2:26 – Egg in a Tortilla
3:35 – Chicken and Veggie Quesadilla
5:57 – Meatball Parm Sandwich
Instant Gourmet Pasta
Sauce (I used Alfredo)
– Boil pasta in salted water for 12 minutes. Cut veggies at 6 Minutes and add into pasta and boil for remaining 6 minutes. Strain. Add back into pot with sauce and cook for 1 minute. Put in a bowl top with parmesan and herbs.
Egg in a Tortilla
– Bite a hole in your tortilla. Put in a pan with oil and fry both sides till crispy. Crack and egg into the hole, sprinkle with salt and pepper, then flip. Sprinkle cheese and drizzle sauce!
Chicken Veggie Quesadilla
Meat (I used chicken)
– Cut up fresh veggies, cook and add meat. Remove and add tortilla till crispy. Top with veggies, meat, and cheese, fold over and press. Cook 3-5 minutes till crispy and cut.
Meatball Parm Sandwich
– Heat the meatballs. Slice bread open and add fresh mozzarella followed by meatballs and sauce. If you want to add parmesan on top you can. Close the sandwich and press till toasted.
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