Broke College Recipes – Easy Breakfast For A Week

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This week we try a breakfast recipe, one that you can make in one night, and eat for the whole week.


1) Cook bacon and hash browns on stove or griddle
(cook hash browns in bacon grease)

2) Crack eggs into muffin pan and mix until scrambled

3) Add bacon hash browns and cheese then mix together

4) Bake in oven at 375 degrees for 14 minutes
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Watch and learn how to cook rice perfectly at home only on Rajshri Food.

Rice is most widely consumed staple food. It is cooked in all the households on daily basis. Hence chef Ruchi is here to show you how to cook rice perfectly at home in quick and easy steps, along with simple and easy hacks and tricks.

– 3 & 1/2 cups of water
– 1/2 tsp of salt
– 1 cup of basmati rice (soaked)

Method 1
– Boil water and add salt and turn on the flame
– Add pre washed and soaked rice into boiling water, stir it and let it boil for 6-7 minutes.
– Drain out the excess water and with the fork pluck the rice properly and let it cool

– 1 cup of rice
– 1 1/4th cup of water
– salt

Method 2
– In a pressure cooker place a thin stand.
– Pour some water and keep the vessel.
– Now add the pre washed & soak rice, water and salt.
– Make sure you place rubber lid and cover the lid.
– Also place the vent valve.
– Keep the pressure cooker over the flame.
– Cook it for 1 whistle on high flame and 2 whistles on low flame.
– Let it cool down completely before you open it.

– 1 cup of rice
– 2 cups of water
– salt

Method 3
– In a bowl add pre washed and soaked rice
– Add water and salt and stir it
– Cover it with the lid
– After 15 minutes check the rice
– Perfect rice is ready to be served

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Host: Ruchi Bharani
Director : Suchandra Basu
Camera: Kavaldeep Singh Jangwal, Manjeet Katariya,Pratik Gumre
Editor : Dinesh Shetty
Creative Head: Kavya Krishnaswamy
Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya
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40 thoughts on “Broke College Recipes – Easy Breakfast For A Week

  1. I tried these and I had to cook them for at least 20 minutes. They were runny on the inside otherwise. Might be my stove. Next time I'll put them on higher. I actually used very tiny cut fully cooked sausage so maybe that's it.

  2. bro might try this! this looks so good and to be honest; this right here look easy to make bro for college.Appreciate watching this video, I hope the best for your channel and much more to come.

  3. Can y'all quit bitching about him using bacon and name brand shit?? Just sub it for less expensive shit and get that shitty microwave bacon or cheap ass sausage. If you can't afford bacon maybe you should rethink your priorities, get a fucking job and stop drinking Starbucks and smoking weed you dumb fuck

  4. once went all day eating bacon bits and Hershey chocolate syrup sandwiches. I don't even remember how those ingredients got into my appartment. College life was so awesome.

  5. I thought you had to be rich and snooty to go to college or uni ? I'm gonna make these although I don't go to college but I am broke

  6. also if you whisk stuff in a Teflon coated muffin tray using a fork then you are scraping bits of teflon which is highly toxic, into all your eggs which were healthful beforehand. Further recommending that if they are stuck (which is then highly likely if you have compromised the smooth coating of the teflon by scratching it first with your fork whisking those eggs in the muffin tray like that) then you can just scrape them out with a knife – you are pretty much guaranteeing teflon being scraped into the eggs and entering your food. teflon is really dangerous to ingest and causes a ton of health problems

  7. This is helpful however it would help even more if you had mentioned the proportions of rice to water more that once during the process. One has to go back and look for the proportions in the video.

  8. Pre soaking rice for 30 mins made hardly any difference then when i didnt pre soak it. Tasted just as good either way.

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