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Hello from Thailand, can anyone recommend me some easy college recipes I can make in my dorm?

I'm a Thai university student living in a dormitory. In my dorm, I have a refrigerator, microwave, and a small electric pan. I want to try some new menu which can cook easily. Thank you in advanced.

asked by Muanfun Slp 12 months ago

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Lindsay-Jean Hard

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added 12 months ago

This recent thread on a similar topic might have some good ideas for you: https://food52.com/hotline...

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added 12 months ago

Oh! Thank you so much, I'll check it now.

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BerryBaby

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added 12 months ago

Your electric pan is gold! You can make amazing dishes....sauces, sautee vegetables/meat dishes, pan-fry, noodles. There are many one-pan recipes on this site and online. I like making a ragu sauce with ground meat, canned diced tomatoes and adding garlic, Italian herbs (basil/oregano/bay leaves). You can eat over pasta or eat it like an Italian Sloppy Joe on a roll. Delicious! Good luck! BB

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added 12 months ago

That sounds interesting! I really love pasta and I've ever tried to cook it with pork and tomatoes sauce once. I used canned tomatoes and put a little bit salt and black pepper, but the taste is still quite sour. I failed to cook it. lol
Anyway, have you ever cooked any dessert meals with these kitchenware? I love dessert also.

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