Hey guys, I have a friend who is incredibly cooking challenged. Now, I know she can get better because I started out like her and now feel I am a pretty confident amateur cook. Here's the thing: I want to give her a bunch of dinner recipes - say 10 - for really easy, quick meals that she can start practicing on and help her feel comfortable in the kitchen. I have a few in mind but was hoping to get some suggestions from you. Obviously I'm looking for recipes that although quick and easy are still good and preferably use fresh ingredients. I'm trying to help her learn how to cook - not just throw a couple of prepackaged foods together. So, any recipes you would suggest? Thanks!
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