Must-Read: Cheap Recipes from Around the World
There are certain things in life that you simply have to spend money on. Housing is one. Things like clothes are another (although, there are plenty of ways to skimp on that). But the last one is food. You simply cannot survive without eating. The thing in, there are ways to drastically cut down on that cost, and it’s not just by heading over to the 99-cent store and stocking up on hot dog buns and Spam. You can actually make pretty decent food at home for a relative bargain.
And so today we’re heading on over to LifeHack where they have a list of 40 cheap and easy-to-make recipes from around the world. Just how chaep are we talking about here? How about less than $5 per serving. Here’s some of our favorites:
4. Kabocha Squash and Lentils ($3.12 per serving)
Absolutely delicious way to end the day with a Kabocha Squash and lentils dinner. The beauty of this recipe is that you can actually make many other things from the mixture, from dips to full-on meals.
And this sucker:
12. Crispy Fish and Peppers ($2.18 per serving)
Amazing recipe for anyone looking to change up their meals while keeping their macros in check and not going overboard on spending. Satisfies your crunch tooth (see what I did there?) and gives you all the protein you need to stay full and lean.
You’re going to have to head on over to the link above to check out the actual recipes, and the other 38 that are on the page. But then you can start cooking yourself up a storm while
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