Black beans + can of tuna + bunch of Mrs. Dash chipotle seasoning = semi-tasty quick and easy meal.
I make two recipes pretty regularly that are cheap, healthy, tons of food.
however many chicken breasts come in a big package of chicken breasts that happen to be on sale (usually 8 or so)
1 cup of grated parm cheese
1 cup of mozzarella cheese
1/2 cup of water
2-3 cans of classico tomato basil sauce
mix the cheese in one bowl, mix the eggs and water in another bowl, dip the chicken in the liquid then the cheese and put it in a baking pan (glass cake/brownie pan). Pour the sauce on top, sprinkle more mozz/parm on top and put it in the oven at 375 for about an hour. May need to put it in longer or put chicken in microwave when ready to eat to make sure chicken is all the way done.
5 cans hot chili beans
1 big can of whole peeled tomatoes
1 can of chili tomato mix or another can of peeled tomatoes (regular size can) if you can't find the chili tomato mix (kroger sells it if they have krogers near you)
1 tbsp coco
1.5 lbs of beef or more
pinch of salt
black bepper, red pepper, chili powder in a ratio of 2:1:4, spice it to your liking
1/4 white onion
2-3 tbsp of minced garlic
brown the onion and garlic, then brown the meat. Throw the chili beans in, puree the tomatoes and throw all that stuff in. Throw everything else in and taste it to see if it's spicy enough for you. Cook for an hour on low-med and stir it every 15 minutes or so so as not to burn the bottom. Leave it on the stove longer if you want it a bit thicker.
Don't cook it with a top on the pan (make sure you have a 5-6 quart pan). Personally I leave it on for 2 hours and then throw it in the fridge and eat over the next few days since the fridge ends up making it a bit thicker too.