Meal number 5: Spaghetti Fettuccine Alfredo with Peas

Meal number 5:

Spaghetti Fettuccine Alfredo with Peas

Butter Free Alfredo Pasta with Peas!


Fettuccine Spaghetti


2 Table spoons of butter

1 Cup of whipping cream

1/2 Table spoon of salt

1/2 Table spoon of pepper

Pinch of garlic powder



How to Cook:

  1. Place fettuccine in a pot of boiling water
  2. Stir peas in a separate pot
  3. Place diced chicken on skillet & cook on medium heat
  4. Place butter in bowl with salt, pepper, garlic powder, and cream & place in microwave
  5. Place cooked chicken with stirred peas
  6. Remove microwaved sauce, stir until frothy
  7. Drain water from fettuccine  & place back in pot
  8. Mix ingredients together and enjoy


For our 5th meal we have created a Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo with peas dish. This is a home style recipe that is savory and delicious. This meal contains approximately 400 calories and provides large amounts of protein and carbohydrates to fuel your learning brain.

Student Review:

Eric Hutchinson, age 19, Sophomore, Sonoma State-

“I was a little hesitant when Nathan asked me to try food he made with his friends but I have to say it was really good and supposedly under seven dollars.”


Meal number 4: Fried Rice

Meal number 4:

Fried Rice


2 bowls already steam cooked rice

1 carrot

1 bowl of peas

shredded chicken

1 egg

soy sauce

Olive oil

1 Onion


How to cook:

  1. Cut of carrots and onions into small pieces
  2. scramble eggs in a bowl before cooking
  3. Heat up stove to precook all ingredients before adding them together
  4. first cook the eggs, scrambled into small bits
  5. set eggs aside after done cooking
  6. throw on carrots, peas and onions onto pan and cook them for a short amount of time not all the way
  7. once cooked for about a minute set them aside
  8. get two bowls of already steam cooked rice
  9. Spread a thin layer of olive oil on to pan
  10. heat up the oven to medium heat
  11. throw on all of the ingredients onto the pan and cook for about 5-6 minutes
  12. at around the three minute mark spread a cup of soy sauce onto the fried rice
  13. cook for another 2-3 minutes until the rice is a golden brown
  14. enjoy!



For our fourth dish we created a fried rice that comes from one of our group members parents traditional recipes. We accumulate all of the necessary vegetables, proteins and carbs into one delicious meal. A cheap, affordable, filling meal. We have passed that half way mark on our project and are excited to bring you the rest. We unfortunately cannot account for the costs until the very end but we intend on bringing you one big recipe sheets for all the recipes needed for all the meals. We are trying our best to stay up to date and on top of our project but as high school seniors we have other obligations as well so sorry for the inconvenience. But we assure you the quality of our food and the cheapness will not lose to many fast food chains. Thanks for all the support and love, stay tuned for more.

Meal Number 3: Chicken Spring Rolls

Meal Number 3:

Chicken Spring Rolls

Rice noodles

Rice wraps

Shredded carrots





How to Cook:

  1. Cut or shred chicken into small pieces and place onto stove
  2. Place rice noodles a bowl or pot and microwave or cook with water until done
  3. While you wait, prepare carrots, lettuce, and cilantro by shredding into long but thin strips
  4. Once chicken and noodles are cooked place rice wraps into a bowl of water to soak up and settle
  5. Now you are ready to roll: place rice rap down on plate a set a even ratio of chicken to veggies, roll, add sriracha for flavor and enjoy!

Description: This meal was inspired by one of our members’s mother. It is a refreshing and healthy meal for under 100 calories. The ingredients are cheap and a little bit of sriracha packs a zesty and delicious kick.