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A burrito made for a man -- recipe inside

Post by morph999 » May 06, 2011 2:39 pm

Ok. I'm making these burritos tonight. Here is the recipe: (yes, this could kill you )

This is what you'll need:
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1 bag of BBQ potato chips
1 bag of Oke-doke popcorn (or any cheese popcorn)
1 small square of Maruchan Chicken flavor RAmen noodles (has to be Maruchan..the others are horrible)
1 can of Cheese Whiz
1 bag of large tortillas

Now make the ramen noodles as you normally would in a bowl. Use boiling water and all that.

Once the ramen is done. All you do is put in a handful of cheese popcorn, one handful of bbq chips, about 2 or 3 tbsp of ramen noodles, and about 2 tbsp of cheese whiz onto a tortilla and then wrap it and eat it. Best if you do it before the ramen gets cold.

This will make about 3 or 4 burritos.

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Post by liveforphysics » May 06, 2011 2:49 pm

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Re: A burrito made for a man -- recipe inside

Post by EMF » May 07, 2011 9:04 am

neptronix wrote:Body by Morph.
Ha! Ha! Ha! Morph has the best posts in the world. :D I was actually excited to open the thread as I thought- damn this dude knows a good burrito recipe I bet. But, I gotta agree- Burrito has to have some meat in it!

Scarf down a few of those Ramen cheese whiz burritos whilst you adorn yourself with this lady killer
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Post by Alan B » May 07, 2011 10:59 am

Sounds like a salt-fest. Or maybe a salt-cheese fest

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Tuna Casserole

Post by marty » May 07, 2011 2:51 pm

1 box Macaroni and Cheese
1 can Mushroom Soup
1 can Tuna

Make Macaroni and Cheese as per directions on box.
Dump in 1 can Mushroom Soup and 1 can Tuna (throw away the water or oil from the tuna)
Mix it up. Eat. From some unknown reason it tastes better after sitting in the refrigerator over night.
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Re: A burrito made for a man -- recipe inside

Post by amberwolf » May 07, 2011 10:45 pm

1 5oz can tuna in water.
1 package ramen
2 or 3 heaping tbsp miracle whip
1 tsp mustard (whatever type you like)

Crumble ramen in package so it's just bits, not long pieces. Open and dump into bowl. Save flavor packet for somethign else later.

Open tuna, hold with lid still on over bowl, tilt and squeeze to drain water into ramen.

Mix mustard and mw into tuna, then mix all this into ramen.

Eat while still crunchy, cuz it's disgusting after the ramen gets mushy. :lol:

Can be eaten by itself or with something else. (was inspired by having nothing else available foodwise, once upon a time)

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Post by neptronix » May 07, 2011 10:52 pm

marty wrote:1 box Macaroni and Cheese
1 can Mushroom Soup
1 can Tuna

Make Macaroni and Cheese as per directions on box.
Dump in 1 can Mushroom Soup and 1 can Tuna (throw away the water or oil from the tuna)
Mix it up. Eat. From some unknown reason it tastes better after sitting in the refrigerator over night.
This is actually one of my favorite childhood recipes. I think you throw away the cheese packet here though.

My favorite 'saving up for ebike parts' meal is macaroni and cheese ( both from bulk foods, not boxed ) plus 1 can of tuna.
Or beans ( cooked at home from dried ) + brown rice ( also cooked at home from dried ) + cheap veggies like broccoli and onions + whatever strange condiment/sauce i have around ( thai peanut sauce works well ).

Very filling, and uber freaking cheap. $2 meals ftw. Forget the processed stuff. Per calorie it is actually MORE expensive.. you end up eating more of it, which kinda poisons you with all the salt / MSG / preservatives / etc.
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Re: A burrito made for a man -- recipe inside

Post by Ricky_nz » May 07, 2011 10:58 pm

All well and good but where's the red meat?
tuna just doesn't cut it
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Re: A burrito made for a man -- recipe inside

Post by EMF » May 08, 2011 7:41 am

My favorite vegetarian dish

Grilled peanut Butter and Jelly

1.Two slices of bread
2. Peanut Butter on one slice of bread
3. Grape jelly on the other.
4. Put together and then butter the outside of the bread
5. Throw in hot skillet and grill both sides until the bread gets toasted and brown like a grilled cheese.
6. Remove from skillet and cut into a diagonal


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Post by Ypedal » May 08, 2011 7:44 am

Grilled PB&J ... wow.. never thought of that.. * heads to kitchen
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Grilled Peanut Butter, gets HOT, like.. more so than cheese .. don't be eager to chomp into that thing, let it cool a moment ! lol.

Tasty, not alot diff than a regular pbj sandwich but the grilled butter gives it a nice crunch... i've tried peanut butter on toast in a toaster oven before and it was horrible, the PB gets roasted and tastes like bad coffee.. however hidden inside a grilled sandwich it remains PB'ish.. very good !

Next up, Peanut butter and Cheese Whiz.
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Post by marty » May 08, 2011 3:33 pm

Ypedal wrote:
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Grilled Peanut Butter, gets HOT, like.. more so than cheese .. don't be eager to chomp into that thing, let it cool a moment ! lol.

Tasty, not alot diff than a regular pbj sandwich but the grilled butter gives it a nice crunch... i've tried peanut butter on toast in a toaster oven before and it was horrible, the PB gets roasted and tastes like bad coffee.. however hidden inside a grilled sandwich it remains PB'ish.. very good !

Next up, Peanut butter and Cheese Whiz.
How about a peanut butter, banana, and honey sandwich?
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Re: A burrito made for a man -- recipe inside

Post by EMF » May 08, 2011 4:49 pm

Shoot! I am getting hungry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 Me and the wife are trying a new recipe...stuffed green peppers. I'm using ground buffalo from down the road. Drinking 1800 margaritas whilst we throw it together! Stuffing the peppers with the buffalo and 1/3 pound ground chuck, 1/3 cup sauteed onions and two cloves garlic-minced basmati rice, jalepeno pepper, diced tomato, basil, oregano, salt pepper=- then hit it with sharp cheddar cheese- a bit on the bottom of each green pepper- then the rest mixed in the stuffing- then we will bake the stuffed peppers in a tomato sauce for about 30 minutes. DROOOOL!

Got it off the internet IT HAS TO BE GOOD :shock: 8) :lol: :mrgreen:

Edit: forgot we added 1.5 tbsp of wortershire and a couple dashes of Lea and Perrins Hot Sauce OH YEAH!

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Post by Ypedal » May 08, 2011 5:44 pm

I"ve seen the episode of " how it's made " on worcestershire sauce, i refuse to use it since. :puke:


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Re: A burrito made for a man -- recipe inside

Post by GrayKard » May 10, 2011 1:52 pm

morph999 wrote:Ok. I'm making these burritos tonight. Here is the recipe: (yes, this could kill you )

This is what you'll need:
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1 bag of BBQ potato chips
1 bag of Oke-doke popcorn (or any cheese popcorn)
1 small square of Maruchan Chicken flavor RAmen noodles (has to be Maruchan..the others are horrible)
1 can of Cheese Whiz
1 bag of large tortillas

Now make the ramen noodles as you normally would in a bowl. Use boiling water and all that.

Once the ramen is done. All you do is put in a handful of cheese popcorn, one handful of bbq chips, about 2 or 3 tbsp of ramen noodles, and about 2 tbsp of cheese whiz onto a tortilla and then wrap it and eat it. Best if you do it before the ramen gets cold.

This will make about 3 or 4 burritos.
That has to be the most revolting burrito recipe I've ever seen.

Sometimes one of my cats eats and then barfs a few minutes later. I'll grab a paper towel and pick it up and it's all wet and warm.

I would eat that paper towel cat barf burrito before I would try that recipe.

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Post by TylerDurden » May 10, 2011 2:47 pm

GrayKard wrote:Sometimes one of my cats eats and then barfs a few minutes later. I'll grab a paper towel and pick it up and it's all wet and warm.

I would eat that paper towel cat barf burrito before I would try that recipe.
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Re: A burrito made for a man -- recipe inside

Post by morph999 » May 15, 2011 4:44 am

oh crap...I lost the whole message....

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Re: A burrito made for a man -- recipe inside

Post by morph999 » May 15, 2011 4:46 am

long story short...I made myself sick from eating those burritos. I was so disgusted with myself and how I felt that I'm on a new diet.

grilled chicken...no more breaded meats
cheerios cereal
eggs
apples
bananas
celery

that's what I've been eating. No more pizzas. Those pizzas were awful. One pizza would give about 1/2 of your entire daily calorie intake. And they were small sized pizzas, not the big ones. I had no idea I was eating 1000 calories each time.

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Re: A burrito made for a man -- recipe inside

Post by morph999 » May 15, 2011 4:48 am

EMF wrote:My favorite vegetarian dish

Grilled peanut Butter and Jelly

1.Two slices of bread
2. Peanut Butter on one slice of bread
3. Grape jelly on the other.
4. Put together and then butter the outside of the bread
5. Throw in hot skillet and grill both sides until the bread gets toasted and brown like a grilled cheese.
6. Remove from skillet and cut into a diagonal


Pig out

* I bet you can't eat just one!
You cook it? Is that healthy? I heard PB&J is actually pretty healthy. I might add that to my diet.

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Post by morph999 » May 15, 2011 4:50 am

I wonder if there is any kind of cheese that is healthy for you. I'd like to make chicken and cheese quesadillas at home if I find out that they are healthy.

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Re: A burrito made for a man -- recipe inside

Post by EMF » May 15, 2011 7:02 am

For something like that- try Gouda cheese. It's low fat and melts good, plus it is mild and tastes good. I am sure you would like it. It would make a very good Quesadilla. Actually, the worst part of a Quesadilla is that they are made of tortillas that are white flour and often use lard. But, I think anything in moderation is fine. I think you can find tortillas that are not made with lard, but- they might not be any good.

Yes I cook the peanut butter and jelly. You just fry it in a skillet like a grilled cheese. I recommend grape jelly.

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Post by morph999 » May 15, 2011 10:31 pm

a peanut butter sandwich is good for you but not peanut butter and jelly unless you use low calorie peanut butter and low calorie jelly. A regular pb &J has 350 calories. You might as well be eating a double cheeseburger.

Look at this. You could eat this all day long for all your sandwiches and lose weight.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002GJ ... =486539851

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Post by morph999 » May 15, 2011 11:16 pm

I think I'm going to buy some of that PB2 but not off Amazon (too expensive). And I'll find a low calorie jelly...maybe this concord's reduce sugar one and I'm going to eat some pb&J's .
http://caloriecount.about.com/calories- ... ced-i95102

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by liveforphysics » Sat May 07, 2011 6:49 am

Things without meat are what food eats.
Classic.

Reminds me of the great aphorism: "We are meant to eat animals, otherwise they wouldn't be made out of meat"

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