No matter how hard you try, the fridge of a college student usually ends up with more condiments in it than actual foods. Each condiment is bought for a different reason and then hardly used, or never used since that one time you made that one dish that called for it. Or, maybe you just love condiments and put them on everything so you always have them. Whatever the case, you have condiments in your fridge right now— but what are you going to make for dinner?
Let’s use your condiments as dinner inspiration.
No longer just for french fries.
Curried ketchup? Now you’re talking.
Who said you can’t eat dip for dinner? Literally no one. Tuck in.
Some people love mayo, some people hate it. But, if you’re not one of the haters, I bet you have some mayo laying around looking to get used in some unusual way.
You’ll take your mayo to a whole new level with this recipe.
Tastes damn good and you’re eating hella vegetables. Two birds, one stone.
Sriracha makes everything taste that much better, and apparently you can make Sriracha macarons for dessert?
Super fast to make, this chicken is better than takeout.
Leave out the meat, and maybe replace with some veggies if you’re feeling it, for a vegetarian option.
Because sometimes you need something a lil sweet.
Don’t just eat a boring ol’ PB&J, grill it up. So oozy, so good.
Who says this isn’t dinner? Treat yo’self.
So many kinds of mustard, so little time.
For when normal nuggets aren’t enough.
If you’ve never had potato salad this way, you need to try it.
Tangy and sweet? Yes, please. Plus, balsamic vinegar always makes everything feel a little fancier.
Damn, smells like summer.
You won’t even realize you’re eating Brussel sprouts.
Does soy sauce count as a condiment? I don’t know, you tell me. What I do know is that soy sauce makes everything taste better.
So much cheaper than going out for fried rice.
Throw it in a pot, let it cook, then BAM done. So easy.
If you’ve barbecued recently, you probably have some BBQ sauce leftover, eh? Put it to use with these recipes.
This sandwich screams summertime.
Again, if you want a veggie option, I bet this would taste awesome with seitan or tofu.