Learning how to grocery shop for cheap cooking is a must for cheap living; an important point I make in "How to Survive Inflation with the Rising Cost of Food". Buying groceries accounts for the majority of a family’s monthly income. Today more than ever before grocery products are rising at a rapid rate. The following are some rules to follow to save money.
NOTE: I purchased this (almost) 20 pound boneless ham (pictured above) for $18.45. Most hams this size come from very large hogs and these usually have a lot of fat in them. This is an important note when you are learning how to grocery shop. I bought it mainly for seasoning cheap recipes like dried beans and green beans; that price was even good for this purpose. Even though it was cheap, I found very little fat in it. I was able to dice 8 cups of the ham to make 4 casseroles, I cut about 6 cups in larger chunks (this can also be diced if I want), I cut a large ham steak, many pounds of sliced ham and 2 quarts of ham with fat for seasoning. I put most of this in the freezer and it is ready for quite a few deliciously flavored cheap recipes.
Cook and stir hamburger, onion and garlic over medium heat until beef is brown.
Stir in tomato sauce, mushrooms, sugar, oregano, basil, salt and pepper.
Heat mixture to boiling, reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes.
Preheat oven to 400F degrees.
Grease a 9 inch square baking casserole or pan.
Combine baking mix, water and egg; spread half in pan.
Pour half of meat mixture over the dough mixture; cover with 4 slices of cheese.
Spread remaining meat mixture over the cheese; top with remaining 4 slices of cheese.
Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese; drop remaining dough on top by spoonfuls.
Bake uncovered until golden brown about 20 to 25 minutes.
how to grocery shop will save not only money but also time. This chicken
pie recipe can made in advance and put in the freezer for a quick meal.
Cook chicken until tender and remove meat from bones; reserve broth.
Place peas and carrots into a large casserole baking dish.
Cut chicken into small pieces on top of vegetables; top with pimientos.
Mix a little water with cornstarch until smooth and blend into boiling broth.
Cook broth while stirring until a little thickened like gravy; add both cans of soup.
Season gravy with salt and pepper.
Pour gravy over chicken; top pie with a recipe of biscuits.
Place in preheated oven at 350F degrees until biscuits are brown and done. About 60 minutes.
you learn how to grocery shop for cheap cooking you will find chicken
dishes like this easy baked chicken recipe make cheap recipes to feed
To prepare chicken for baking rub inside and out with melted butter; salt and pepper to taste.
Wrap chicken in foil; bake for 45 minutes in preheated oven at 375F degrees.
Note: At this point you can remove the chicken from oven and drain broth off to make stuffing. Place stuffing around chicken, rewrap and place back in oven until well done (about 45 minutes longer).
If only baking chicken bake for 1 hour or until chicken is very tender and done.Painless Cooking › Cheap Living › How to Grocery Shop
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