Meal Number 2: Garlic Buttery rice with chicken bits and peas


Meal Number 2:

Garlic Buttery Rice with chicken bits and peas



1-2 Garlic


Two Cups of rice

Chicken Breast

Bag of Peas


How to Cook:

  1. Cut up garlic and chicken into little pieces, the size is up to your preference
  2. Once cut up, put them all together into a bowl with peas and mix with hand
  3. Apply a thin layer of oil into a pan and heat it up to HI
  4. Once heated up transfer everything from bowl on to pan
  5. Carefully watch the pan making sure garlic is caramelized and chicken is cooked thoroughly
  6. Once fully cooked start preparing rice
  7. Apply two cups of rice into a steam cooker 
  8. Apply two cups of water into rice steam cooker
  9. Transfer cooked garlic, chicken and peas into the steamer
  10. Steam cook everything for a solid 20-30 minutes
  11. Once cooked, thoroughly mix
  12. Transfer onto plate and enjoy(-:



Here is our meal of the day. For our second meal we would like to introduce our Garlic Buttery Chicken and Pea rice mix. Here we can see a meal with a mixture of things that most people want to avoid but can’t resist with your fair share of greens. We know a healthy diet is also key when living the college life and we are here to help you through it. Similar to our last meal we bring you carbs through our rice, protein through our chicken, and nutrients through our garlic and peas. Our personal favorite because the garlic buttery rice is a real simple and very delicious meal. If you are not a big garlic fan, feel free to try this same exact meal, just without the garlic. On another note, we are still accumulating the overall prices we will bring that to you later on but we have an important update. We will deliver you guys personal interviews with college students and their struggles to find reasonable priced meals in college and how some of our cooking ideas have helped them out. Make sure to stay tuned to find that on our blog! Thank you guys again for your time and interest in our book. Happy Friday

Student Review:

Sergei Chestakob, Age 19, Freshman, UC Davis-

“I enjoyed this meal because it reminded me of this fried rice dish I love from a Chinese restaurant I always go to with my friends”

“It was cheap, easy to make, just the way we like it around here”



Meal Number 1: Grilled Chicken with rice and Cheesy Broccoli

Meal Number 1:

Chicken and Rice with some cheesy Broccoli


1 Chicken Breast

1 Bowl of rice

5-10 Broccolis

5 finger grab of Cheese (Your Preference)



How to cook (Steps):


  1. Put one cup of rice into the steam cooker
  2. Put one cup of water into the steam cooker
  3. Steam cook the rice (20-30 minutes)
  4. Allow rice to cook while preparing other dishes


  1. 2760564170_7f153f93c7Get chicken Breast, season to your preference beforehand to enhance flavor
  2. Heat up pan to HI and put a thin layer of butter
  3. Cook chicken on frying pan 3 minutes on each side
  4. Make sure the outside is cooked to a crisp

Cheesy Broccoli:

  1. Fill pan with water
  2. Put pan on stove heat up to HI wait until water starts boil
  3. Put broccoli in pan cook for 1-2 minutes5941767410_f2a97afa2b_b
  4. Take Broccoli out of pan, put on a plate
  5. Sprinkle your preference of cheese onto the broccoli
  6. Microwave broccoli with cheese for about 30 seconds
  7. Put all on a plate and enjoy(:


Here is the first meal of our 7 meal plan we are excited to bring forth to you here and in the future. We plan on bringing you a new meal every two weeks or so, so make sure to stay up to date with us! Our first meal is a simple grilled chicken meal with rice and the specialty cheesy broccoli. Bringing you the protein full chicken with carbs in our rice, but can’t forget the veggies so we would like to introduce our cheesy broccoli. Nutritious, healthy, and filling. We will update you guys on the pricing later once we accumulate the total of our expenditures. These are our first steps to the big project we want to bring to you guys in the end, the ultimate cookbook of cheap, nutritious, fun, cook at home foods. Make sure to subscribe so you do not miss out on this fun! We may include random pictures and video of us cooking or eating our foods so be on the look out. Thank you for your time and we look forward to bringing you more things.

Student Review:

Aiden Drugge, Age 19, Freshman at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo-

“Came back from the store and made my first home cooked meal and it was cheaper than a dinner at the cafeteria, might I add this was one of the best dinners I’ve had in a while.”

“I was so surprised by how simple this meal is to cook yet tastes so good and delicious”