What’s the easiest dish to cook? by QuestionGuy June 3, 2022, 12:56 pm What’s the easiest dish to cook? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMecookdisheasiestQuestion and AnswerWhats See more Previous article What is the best colour in the rainbow? Next article When was the last time you lied? 20 Comments Leave a Reply Pasta. Just put it in the boiling water and its GG Log in to Reply I’m going to make a ruling that a single boiled egg and boiled pasta, while admittedly easy, don’t make it to the level of a dish. Log in to Reply I tend to cook food, plates and bowls don’t taste good, too crunchy Log in to Reply Boiled egg. Log in to Reply Boiled water Log in to Reply Beans on toast Log in to Reply Soup. Open a can, pour into a pan, put it on medium low and you probably can’t even burn it. Log in to Reply Frozen pizza Log in to Reply Boiled eggs. What could be easier than this Log in to Reply Toast Log in to Reply Eggs Log in to Reply American Chop Suey. Boil a box of macaroni (elbows is good) Brown 1/lb of ground beef. Drain fat. Add one can of crushed tomatoes to brown beef. Add salt and pepper and whatever you want. Let it cook for whatever you want. Use the force. Drain elbows. Add meat and sauce. Eat. I was able to make it by myself at 9 Log in to Reply Spaghetti Log in to Reply Anything you just put in boiling water for like 15 minutes and you’re done Log in to Reply potato salad, but with literally only potatoes Log in to Reply Assuming it has to be on or in a stove. Fried egg with shell included. Just drop an egg on the pan high enough to allow gravity to crack it open. Log in to Reply Rice and pasta are both excluded as a source of carbs because they are too easy to fuck up. Anything with a sauce that involves frying onions or garlic has to be excluded because too easy to burn. Potatoes can be cooked in their skin. It’s pretty hard to fuck them up. Either baked in an oven or boiled in water. And the easiest topping is one you don’t even have to cook: in Germany there’s this kind of smooth cottage cheese called Quark, but failing that, cottage cheese, grated cheddar, and garnishes like radishes, cherry tomatoes, pickles, etc. Topping your baked potato with baked beans (I know, I know, but try it, it’s actually good) is the next step up – can be jazzed up with curry powder, chutney, and/or cheese. Log in to Reply A plate Log in to Reply Egg Log in to Reply Microwavable things, like instant ramen… Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.