Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Sometimes I get annoyed at these low price meal shows. Awhile back there was one that I used to watch and the guy would make supposedly affordable meals but he would say well this spice doesn't count because you already have that in the pantry. Or he would buy some weird cheese that would be super expensive at my grocery store. Stuff like that. I will try not to do that.
Onward. When I think of cheap dinners, I think of casseroles. And when I think of cheap meat, I think of canned tuna (which is pretty much the only canned meat I will eat). So I was thinking of making a classic...Tuna Noodle Casserole. That can't be too expensive, right?
Ok, here is my breakdown....
(Oh and if you want to make this just cook the noodles and mix it with the next few ingredients, then top with a little melted butter, bread crumbs and parmesan cheese. Then bake it at 350 for 30 minutes.)
So there you go. I think this meal was actually cheap to make. Some people might not be a big fan of tuna noodle casserole though so next time I will try to make something with fresh meat or vegetarian. I know you can't wait.