A timeless and wallet-friendly dish is pasta with tomato sauce. Pasta with a homemade tomato sauce (made from canned tomatoes, garlic, onions, and spices) is easy to make and delicious. Toss in some shredded cheese if you like.
The combination of rice and beans is both inexpensive and healthy. Prepare rice and serve it with any bean, such as black beans, pinto beans, or lentils. Cumin and paprika are great spices to add taste.
Oatmeal is a nutritious food that may be eaten for any meal of the day. Fruits, nuts, honey, and spices like cinnamon can be used as toppings for your oatmeal.
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To make egg fried rice, simply cook some rice and scramble some eggs with veggies like peas, carrots, and onions. Use soy sauce or your preferred stir-fry sauce as a seasoning.
Make some hash by frying diced potatoes with onions and bell peppers. Simply season it, and you have a filling supper that won't break the bank.
Broccoli, bell peppers, carrots, and cabbage are all inexpensive and adaptable veggies that work well in a stir-fry. Make a quick sauce with soy sauce, garlic, and ginger, then use it for stir-frying.
Put some peanut butter on some whole wheat bread, and then layer on some banana slices. A quick, healthy, and cheap option for lunch.