|Rice And Beans||Variation for simple steamed rice||8938||100%|
|Easy Microwave Yellow Rice||Variation for simple steamed rice||12588||100%|
|Batter Fried Prawn||Quick crunchy prawn||5103||100%|
|Quick Fluffy Bean Curd Balls||Light bean curd snack||5700||100%|
|Avocado Sandwich Spread||Quick and healthy spread||7862||100%|
|Easy Cheese On Toast||For those without oven||17257||91%|
|Quick Egg Salad Dressing||Egg dressing for fruit / veggie salad||20397||88%|
|Mixed Veggie Fried Noodle||Utilize those raw veggies leftovers in your fridge||21244||87%|
|Lazy Egg Cheese Sandwich Spread||Quick egg sandwich filling||11596||71%|
|Easy Noodle Murtabaq||Favourite random snack time||9699||63%|
In the lead up to the university term starting, supermarkets and department stores around the country will be welcoming students with open arms as they do their critical pre-uni shopping. In our earlier university checklist post we went through some of the essential items which need to be considered, including stationery, key documents to remember and not forgetting the all important fancy dress accessories. For some students this will be the first time away from home and the first time they will need to think about cooking for themselves, which is why we have dedicated an entire post to the glorious kitchen.
Starting to run out of ideas in the kitchen? Sick of having spaghetti bolognese every other night? Mum refusing your calls because she’s sick of the endless amount of ‘how do I cook this’ questions? Thought so. Seeing as you’re only about one month into this cooking for yourself malarkey, maybe it’s time you got some help in the kitchen – that’s not from your mother.
Now most of you are at university and settling into halls, I am sure there are a few things you have forgotten to take with you, here is a basic checklist of all the things you need.
How clued up are you on your food safety and hygiene? Had a few upset stomachs since you’ve started cooking for yourself? Thought so...
It’s the end of term, you are beginning to pack up your essentials (don’t forget the Christmas jumper!) to drive, bus or train it back home for some family time. If you can’t afford a Christmas roast dinner with your housemates why not do something fun but still just as festive? It will provide a great opportunity to bond with your housemates and have a nice warm cosy evening in full of films and laughs about what you’ll be getting up to over the Christmas holidays.