Pantry & Fridge Recipes Roundup + some extra info

Alright guys, so I bet a lot of you are social isolating at home. Here are a bunch of recipes that might come in handy. I’ll be adding to this post as I find more.

Sourdough Bread https://www.instructables.com/id/Sourdough-Bread-From-a-Starter/

Roasted Potatoes (never fail) https://www.southernplate.com/my-familys-favorite-potatoes-and-when-teenagers-ask-for-life-advice-wow/

Bannock Bread https://www.instructables.com/id/easy-Bannock-bread-to-bring-back-memories/

Cornbread https://www.instructables.com/id/Perfect-Homemade-Cornbread/

Pinto beans from scratch https://www.instructables.com/id/Perfect-taqueria-style-pinto-beans/

Lentil soup https://www.instructables.com/id/Simple-Lentil-Soup/ note: I’d omit the squeezed lemon halves & add lemon juice only at the last minute, but that’s just me

My family recipe for egg bread: Scramble eggs, dip bread in it, saute on both sides, done. You can add a couple smashed cloves of garlic to the saute oil if you want.

Sloppy joes https://divascancook.com/best-sloppy-joes-recipe-easy-homemade/

Chicken stew https://www.southernplate.com/our-familys-chicken-stew-recipe/

Vegetable beef soup https://www.instructables.com/id/Zesty-Beef-and-Vegetable-Soup/

Improving jarred pasta sauce https://thepioneerwoman.com/food-and-friends/8-ways-to-elevate-canned-spaghetti-sauce/

Pretzel dogs https://www.instructables.com/id/Pretzel-Dogs/

Long lasting relatively healthy staple foods:
Rice, dried grains, flour, cornmeal, grits, noodles, cereal, ramen
Dried beans and legumes
Frozen hot dogs, meat of all kinds, frozen vegetables, frozen fruits, frozen prepared meals – heck, just about anything can be frozen
Eggs, cheese
Cabbage, carrots, onions, garlic, potatoes, apples
Home-grown herbs and leafy greens in small pots: note – if it’s leafy and green, it doesn’t require as much sunlight as if it provides flowers or fruit
Canned and tetrapak foods
Peanut butter and nut butter
Nuts and seeds
Oil, vinegar, salt, honey, spices, powdered milk

How to regrow green onions: Cut off most of the green part, leaving about an inch of green and the white part and roots intact. Plant the bulb part about 1″ beneath the soil level in a pot. Space these out about 3″ apart from one another, and then water it in.

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