+ whole chicken
lentil rice red beans and potatoes
porridge, instant noodles, bread and butter
oatmeal porridge, yellow pea soup, chilli
chicken breast + dom pergion
rice + black truffle
instant ramen + wagyu a5 picanha
I have all my life been a great lover of oatmeal with milk (no sugar.)
But holy fuck, I fart the smelliest farts if I eat too much of it.
And it's not cheap anymore, as Milk prices are amongst those who risen the most.
Porridge with some fruit, and maybe some sugar beet syrup
Mince (preferably mix of cow and pig) ~ 2.2e
(can of) Beans ~0.8e
Chili powder ~0.8e
Cook mince on pan full heat untill cooked kind of crisp, mix very often, drain the juices that come out of the meat and add chili powder
On low-medium heat, open whole can and add it to the mince, mix it untill its mixed good and everywhere it's kind of balanced of mince and beans.
Heat up your burrito wraps in the microwave, for a little bit so they are warm and u can hold and fold them easily
Put 3 tablespoons of filling of mince beans in wraps at the bottom of it but leave a small bap so u can fold it ontop of it.
Hold 2 thumbs at the end of the wrap, fold wrap on top filling so it looks closed, then fold 2 edges at side on top of the other wrap part that's on top of filling and roll, repeat multiple times
Oatmeal with milk and sugar, sometimes with sliced banana or Cheerios on top.
String beans + garlic + pumpkin oil
two servers of noodles and canned tuna. I do this once a week as it takes 5 min to prepare and it tastes good
Lobster, kobe beef, caviar and oysters
Rice, Beans on toast or Soup with 2 slices of toast are my main picks
Oatmeal + cinnamon + brown sugar
Best everyday breakfast with coffee
my brother that is not a poverty meal
Meat makes a meal instantly much more expensive, pasta with tomato sauce is always cheap and tasty
Pasta and pesto, legendary poverty meal.
oats , with or without milk. cheap and nutritious :)
Indomie instant noodles. Best in the world
Not sure how ur able to afford pork in poverty
Isn't that just actual lunch, or do you need to have a double cheeseburger and 5 litres of rainbow sugar coffee to call it a lunch in the USA?
rice + chilli tuna (+egg if feeling wealthy)
OP's soup sounds actually really nice, gotta try next week.
My favourite is roasted tomato soup. Roast a kilo of tomatoes drizzled with oil, one or two red onions, few celery stalks, a jalapeno and a whole garlic in the oven, throw it in a pot, add veggie stock, and a can of coconut milk and some olive oil blend it with a hand blender.
toasted cassava flour with eggs aka farofa. GOATED dish and super cheap
Fried rice, ez to make tasty to boot
Real Poverty meal:
Diced Hot Dog (can be doctor sausage if your from eastern europe). (Fry in vegetable oil until you get a decent sear on the outside, add pepper to taste)
Basically deconstructed spam masubi.
Tuna on rice
+ grated carrot and shredded cabbage if it's winter
+ tomato and spring onion if it's summer
pasta mixed with eggs and bit of chives
having a nice shawarma roll
I'll be honest I've never had to cook some food because I can't afford anything else, but one pretty cheap food I've made a lot of times is this (I get 4 meals of this):
400g minced meat
Little bag of onion soup (flour like stuff)
First fry the meat, then when it's done add onion soup and the crushed tomatoes and a little bit of water. Then you make the macaron and after it's done just add the meat and stuff to the macaron and you're done.
bread and cream topped with sugar
Collect roadkill and cook. I generally go with rat meat. Just put it in the microwave for 10 minutes roughly and you’ll have tender meat.
Tin of chopped tomatoes on toast
Whatever red cross give to me
INDOMIE is the best noodles out there.
2 pack of noodels and scrambel 1 egg inside with some karamelized onions. Its more filling like that. As i try to gain weight i eat a lot of caned fish with corn. I know its not a lot of calories but i can eat it every 2 hours.
Pasta+mixed ground beef and pork
Just had a good poverty meal : Canned tuna with mayo, ground pepper and sprouted wheat bread. not bad
indomie mi goreng instant noodles with a fried egg on top is GOATED
Seasoned rice with fine rotisserie chicken with cesar salad and some coke to drink
1) Bagels (cream cheese, bagel sandwiches, an egg-mcmuffin style thing, pizza bagels etc.)
2) Cheap noodle packs (with whatever you want to add to it, some people mentioned tuna here, I add veggies or random leftover meat; mr. noodle is one of the cheapest where I am)
3) Most of the rice dishes listed here
4) Wraps (probably mentioned here, didn't see it while skimming)
5) Basic salads/ fruit (if it isn't stupidly expensive); Does depend on how hungry you are/ what meal it is
eating grass and sunflowers
Egg + rice + chiken + cottage cheese