Master the Art of Low-Effort Cooking

In my college dorm room, we weren’t allowed to have any cooking devices except a microwave and I was getting pretty tired of Ramen. I thought I was pretty clever by bending/breaking the rules and using a rice cooker to cook real meals. But then I found out that lots of other people have already been there and done that. Here are some low maintenance, efficient methods of cooking tons of dishes in a rice cooker, microwave, George Foreman grill, crock pot or hot plate. Tons of recipes too. Why, thank you, Life Hacker!

 

About Ande Truman

Ande has made mistakes in the kitchen since she could reach the countertop. From a restaurant head cook, to cooking meals for friends, to her own solo plate, experimenting & learning drives her. She's also a freelance graphic & web designer, photo/videographer, guitar player and wanderlust-er. In her spare time, she works a full-time 8 to 5 cubicle job. She's the creator of Broke & Healthy.

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  1. I am glad to see this! There have been a couple of times when we ran out of gas for our stove & oven, for a day or 2. I was definitely searching for creative rice cooker & crock pot recipes then! 🙂