By Anastasia Burton
It’s time to put a little bit of salt in our rice to get rid of the taste of poverty. Today I will be sharing with you some of my favourite homemade delights I often make to please my never-ending hunger. Beware, these foods are delicious and may be addicting if you are easily addicted to food then please make double!
Burger buns (with or without seeds, white or brown bread)
Frozen chicken goujons or nuggets (whichever you prefer, you can get the southern fried or original)
One or two red onions
Other veggies like tomatoes or cucumbers are optional.
Sauces: Ketchup, mayonnaise, or anything you prefer.
Place the chicken nuggets in the oven on about 200 degrees for about 20-25 minutes until nice and crispy.
Cut up the vegetables you want to put inside your homemade burger.
Toast the bread if you wish.
Once the nuggets/ goujons are finished place as many as you can to fit the burger, add the veggies and top with sauces you prefer.
You can have this with a side of homemade fries or salad whatever you prefer.
Two large carrots
Three large potatoes (more depending on the serving you wish to make)
One Chicken or beef stock cube
Let your water boil then add salt depending on your taste.
Place the vegetables you have chosen in and add more salt and a stock cube.
After about 10 minutes add pasta or rice (not too much)
Let it boil for an extra 15 minutes add spices and salt if you feel the taste is not as you like it.
Once the vegetables in the soup are fully boiled you can add a raw egg after beating it nicely.
The egg will create a white stringy consistency which is delicious.
Five Seafood sticks
Three boiled eggs
One large cucumber
One small can of sweetcorn
Apple slices (optional)
Mayonnaise and salt
Boil three eggs until hard boiled and let them cool.
Chop up the vegetables you can add onion too if you’re a fan.
Once the vegetables are chopped and the sweetcorn is added you can cut the egg into smaller pieces and mix all together.
Add salt as you like it and mayonnaise.
P.S. if you add the apple slices the salad has a sweet/sour taste and it’s devine!