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Pantry Food Recipes

The Coronavirus pandemic is nothing to mock or scoff at. Experts and countries that have gone through this are saying that we must flatten the curve so that hospitals aren’t bombarded all at one time. In order to flatten the curve, we have to stay at home to keep the virus from spreading. And if you’re staying at home, you may find yourself having to tap into more of your shelf-stable pantry items. There are lots of delicious ways to use your dry and canned goods to make your social distancing or quarantine a bit more bearable.

Try out some or all of these recipes. We know we will!

Food Network Spaghetti With Olive Oil & Garlic

We have a feeling that you have the majority of ingredients for this recipe already. Simply substitute the fresh parsley with dried and you are good to go!

Warren’s Oatmeal Jam Squares

Great for breakfast or as a topper for ice cream, these oatmeal jam squares are very easy to make. It’s a very sweet treat though, so cut back on the sugar for a bit more balance.

Simple Veganista Chickpea Tuna Salad

You can opt to make this vegan as the recipe does, or simply take a tuna salad recipe with mayonnaise and substitute the tuna with mashed chickpeas.

Chasing James Beard Apple Funnel Cake

Great with or without apples, fry up your pancake batter for a delicious treat that is incredibly addicting.

Roy Choi Instant Ramen

You can’t go wrong listening to Roy Choi when it comes to food. Trust him. American cheese on ramen is bomb!

Cook To Eat Well Three Bean Salad

Don’t have frozen green beans? Use up that can in your pantry that’s been hanging around since Thanksgiving.

NY Times No-Knead Bread

Out of bread and craving carbs? This is our go-to bread recipe.

Joyce Huang

Joyce Huang is the CCO of Previous to this she was a fashion editor and stylist for national publications and television shows. Connect with her on Instagram @JoyceInNYC.


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