You have $20 and 2 hours to feed 6 people. What are you making? by QuestionGuy September 28, 2021, 5:31 pm You have $20 and 2 hours to feed 6 people. What are you making? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMefeedhoursmakingpeopleQuestion and Answer See more Previous article Mission accomplished: Security plugin HTTPS Everywhere to be deprecated in 2022 Next article SemVer versioning: how we handled it with linear interval arithmetic – GitLab Blog 33 Comments Leave a Reply Spaghetti and meatballs. Log in to Reply Buy a bag of nuts for 4,99 and pocket the rest. I feed them. Given, they won’t be full but that’s wasn’t part of the task Log in to Reply Bungers Log in to Reply give 2 samosas each to 6 people, thats less than $1.5 in my currency and enough for 1 meal. Is pretty delicious as well. the rest, I’ll blow it off for myself 😏 Log in to Reply Pasta is always pretty solid of an option. Log in to Reply Jambalaya. Log in to Reply Grilling boneless skinless chicken thighs, corn on cob, and zucchini logs. All on grill quick easy cheap and little dishes. Log in to Reply Chili con carne and rice! Log in to Reply Chili. As it happens my chili is almost done. Log in to Reply Arroz and gandules con bistec encebollado Log in to Reply This assumes you have basics like salt, pepper, oil, sugar, vinegar. Appetizer : fresh baked Italian bread, 1 Roma tomatoes, half an onion, basil. Make a bruscetta, toast sliced bread, dice tomatoes, onions, salt pepper olive oil and red wine vinegar or balsamic vinegar. If you only have white vinegar you can just add some sugar, dash of water, paprika for color., top with basil. About 4 bucks. Entree: 2lbs of chicken thighs (at 1.99 lb, 4 bucks) 2 boxes of pasta ( dollar tree, 2 bucks) Onion, garlic, parsley, basil, 2 cans of whole tomatoes ( if you buy by the lb, small portions about 6 bucks) Brine chicken overnight in sugar/salt/ water brine. Brown in a cast iron pan with olive oil, don’t cook all the way, remove chicken, toss in diced onions, garlic, can of hole tomatoes and crushed add some parsley salt and pepper. Cool til onions are sweating, add chicken on top bake in oven until chicken is done (20 minutes at 375, play with time and temp). Boil pasta in sales water with olive oil, under cook it. When chicken is done remove chicken again and set aside, toss in under cooked pasta in the sauce you made, add a table spoon of pasta water and finish pasta in sauce. Transfer to large serving plate, top pasta with chicken, sprinkle parsley. Desert needs to be made in the morning, but those are the ingredients to make flan, you may want to add a teaspoon of vanilla extract. Ingredients: Can condensed milk, can evaporated milk, sugar, 6 pack of eggs (all at dollar tree), make a flan for desert. 4 bucks. Mix all ingredients except sugar into a bowl. Whisk to add air into the custard mix. 1 cup of sugar in a pan, medium heat to make a caramel sauce, don’t burn it. Put caramel sauce in a baking pan, pour over custard mix, put that entire baking ban into a larger baking pan Halfway filled with water. Co at 325 for like 45 minutes or until done, let it cool down then transfer to fridge, serve cold. Log in to Reply chicken, curry, rice. Log in to Reply Chorizo Burritos. Log in to Reply Korean style loach stew Log in to Reply Spaghetti Log in to Reply Omelets. Log in to Reply The people 🍴😈🍴 Log in to Reply Human soup for five people and lot’s of ice cream for desert Log in to Reply Instant noodles. Log in to Reply Chili and cornbread Log in to Reply In my country you can buy 6 burgers for like 7 dollars and fries/drinks. Log in to Reply I’m making away with $20 Log in to Reply IDK, probably some potato based dishe, maybe a hachis parmentier or stuffed vegetables if that’s the season. Log in to Reply Pancakes Log in to Reply Soup. Bouillon, veg, starch, enough meat. Have enough to buy a box of Little Debbie Swiss Rolls, too. Log in to Reply Beans on toast! Log in to Reply Spaghetti!! Log in to Reply Little Cesar pizza all day long $5 hot and ready. Log in to Reply molten_dragon had it right. Spaghetti Log in to Reply Noodles and soup. Log in to Reply Massive Mac and Cheese, some dippy garlic bread or just something crunchy as a side. Log in to Reply Chow Mein Log in to Reply Rice chicken and beans Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.