A few weeks ago, I asked a favour. To share food recipes for travellers, that are easy and economical to cook. Thank you all who have shared their easy cook recipes.
And yes, I tried a few. So here I am going to share some of those experiments.
La sua Principessa suggested to Make French Toast.
“Off the top of my head, French toast should be easy to make. All you need is bread, milk, eggs, sugar and if available, some cinnamon powder & vanilla extract. Mix milk, an egg & sugar together, enough to dip and soak in a few slices of bread. And shallow fry until slightly brown on both sides. Tada!”
And Tadaa.. here it goes. The Indian Toast 😉
un plan infinito Suggest Spanish Omelette
“Spanish omelette is the best solution! I will send you my recipe 😉 But I have some doubts about your skills”
Now check out my skills 😛
ishkishmish.com suggested to make Khichdi.
khichdi is basically just rice+lentils+water boiled together until it becomes thick lol nothing complicated
Rachel M suggested to make Lentil Soup
Red lentils are very cheap where I live and so I make red lentil soup quite a bit:
So I sort of combined them together. And made this.
Ady Suggested Oat upma and other varieties of Upma
So I made Rice flakes upma and that too three varieties of them 😉
Now I am an upma specialist. 😉
There are other cool suggestions, that I haven’t tried yet.
Anoop Suggested French toast , Corn flakes/cereals , omelette and toast the bread (on the pan), cooking rice with some fried lady fingers, fruits (banana) and so on.
Amy suggested Oat meal and Noodles
Fimnora suggested :
“I eat instant oatmeal (plain) and put in a bowl, sprinkle with Cinnamon, put in 2/3 cup spring water, and I use maple syrup, but if there isn’t anything like that, just sweet with fruit. I eat a piece of toast with it, and fruit for after. Takes 5 minutes to fix, and voila. done. You zap it in a microwave for about 1 minute, 30 seconds.”
nerdlovewords suggested a lot of cool stuffs.
“You can make bread pulav. Just cut or tear bread in chunks that are bite sized. Then tamper with Cumin, onion, potato or any other vegetable you want. Add spices, even pickle if you want. I use Sambhar powder. Toss in the bread pieces, and its all done.”
“Well you can make curd sandwich. Instead of going for bread and all those shenanigans, just chop veggies like cucumber, carrot and tomato, season with salt and pepper and beat these into thick curd. It will look like a sandwich spread. Spread it in bread and make a sandwich. Or simply use it as a dip. Low cal, energy boosting, healthy food. ”
badfish suggested Quinoa
“Quinoa is a great protein all by itself, and tastier than oats. you might try carrying some tiny packages of Super Greenfood, you mix it with water, a complete meal.”
Bulldog Travels suggested Scrambled eggs with bread
“Scramble an egg. Toast some bread with butter (or without). Add some cheese and tomato if you have some and you have a breakfast sandwich. Magic! ”
Maniparna suggested Maggie
It was so much fun receiving these responses and working on it. I am looking forward for more contributions, if you have some more to add. If you know someone who can contribute, please let me know.