July 7, 2011

I'm No Emeril or Julia Childs: Aaron Recipes

A little while back, my friend's blog had a post requesting easy recipes for a future missionary to use. This was my response [don't judge]:

Here are a couple that sound weird, but if he's not a picky eater, they're nutrient-packed and very easy to make. I used them often in my Ironman training, because I was too tired to fix fancy meals. Bonus: all recipes leave only one bowl/Pyrex to clean.
1- Put tortilla chips in a bowl or round Pyrex. Crush them into smallish pieces. Add tuna fish. Pour on spaghetti sauce. Stir. Eat.
2- Place spinach in a bowl. Add Perdue Short-Cuts Pre-cooked chicken strips (multiple flavors available). Optional: add cheese. Add salsa on top. Eat.
3- Use microwave to make 4 oz packet of Idahoan Mashed Potatoes in a round Pyrex. Add either Perdue Short-cuts or tuna fish. Drain can of green beans and add to the mixture. Eat.


  1. You left out your tuna fish and dry Top Ramen recipe.

  2. You seriously need to learn how to cook... =p