As a college student I find it hard to keep a good eating schedule, and when I do eat I want fast and convenient. I stay busy throughout the day with school work or whatever it may be and find myself eating irregularly. I don’t like to sit around and wait to prepare/cook food. In my opinion, I can be spending my time better by doing something else. Overall, if I do cook, I want it to be simple, fast, and taste good enough to eat.
This is a meal I whipped together with what I had in my apartment. This meal consist of white rice, broccoli, and chicken. I typically top it all off with some teriyaki sauce, Sriracha, and soy sauce. I usually like to include red bell peppers and sometimes I will throw in some onions. But, I did not have bell peppers and onions this time, thus the title, “Working with what you have.” This takes overall thirty minutes to cook, but hardly any labor. I like to cut my chicken up into smaller pieces, season it with salt and pepper, and cook it in the oven at 400 degrees until fully cooked. I buy broccoli that you can steam in the bag and it takes 3 minutes. The rice is just a boil in the bag rice and you need to boil it for 10 minutes.
Like I said before, I like for my food to be fast and convenient. This meal is a very simple one to throw together and it taste good as well. Hopefully you liked this one and I’ll have a new one for you all next week.