All image below allow you to click through to the recipe. (Some of the recipes without images were posted before I had the foggiest idea of how to take a decent picture. I’d like to get them updated with better photos, but the recipes are tried, true, and simple.)
All recipes on Home Ec 101, unless otherwise specified are written for people learning to cook with average kitchens. You don’t need fancy, high-end appliances to make delicious food for your family. The ingredients are also supposed to be easy to find. If you can’t find them at your local neighborhood grocery store or store similar to WalMart.
I never intend to share recipes that require a lot of extra legwork.
This website has been undergoing a makeover and as I find more budget friendly recipes that have been buried in the archives, I’ll keep updating this page.
Here we go:
Everything you ever wanted to know about beans and legumes
Lentil casserole (lentil loaf anyone?)
Breakfast for Dinner
Eggs are a budget friendly way to fill up
Let’s talk cheap chicken cuts (thighs and leg quarters)
Chicken Bog – This dish is perfect to take a a new mom, a grieving family, or any time a covered dish is appropriate. It feeds a crowd and freezes very well.Chicken Salad
Chimichangas – Oven, not deep fried
Let’s Get Ground Tonight -
Ground beef and pork can be bought on clearance and frozen until needed
Quick Ground Beef and Cabbage Skillet 12k Pinterest fans can’t be wrong
Don’t for get the sides that can stretch or even become the main dish and we won’t tell anyone if you splurge a little and add the bacon
Ever wondered the right way to bake a potato? Look no further
Roast Vegetables -unexpected guests? Just keep adding more veggies.