|Indonesian Rissoles||looks like spring rolls, but its not spring rolls. haha||6799||43%|
|Malaysian Chicken Paprik Rice||chicken cooked with red spicy sauce and vegetables.||5400||44%|
|Poor Student Pasta||i am no chef||7552||44%|
|Simple Japanese Miso Soup||clear soup made of fermented soybeans paste. its healthy!||6291||43%|
|Steamed fish with ginger||forgive me, for i am asian :D||4645||51%|
|Stir Fry Beef Ginger||Its too easy i force my 8year old sis to make it for me||6234||38%|
There are many ways you can make your uni room feel and look great. On first moving to uni I wanted to make my room look as homely as possible as it can be quite daunting moving for the first time. Adjusting your room to your style can make you feel more comforted in your new surroundings!
When it comes to students, it’s safe to say most of us (including myself!) aren’t Michelin starred trained. In fact, most are limited as to what they can do in the kitchen – but you don’t have to be an outstanding chef to be able to cook up something not only delicious but nutritious too.
Now, we students aren’t the only guilty ones. People of all ages seem to have this stereotypical idea that buying and cooking fresh food is more expensive than loading up on fast food and ready meals – when actually, they couldn’t be more wrong!
After the buzz and luxury of Christmas and New Year at home, not all of us are looking forward to going back to our lives at Uni. What’s more – January can be a particularly grim month for everyone with continuous bad weather, flu circling around campus and darker nights closing in. So here are some ideas in the kitchen that will help you fight off the January blues and start feeling good!
Eggs – what’s not to love! They are the key to a healthy lifestyle, and as they are cheap as chips they are ideal for our health, budget and meals. They are a great source of protein and so satisfy our appetites, not to mention they provide a range of essential vitamins and minerals!