Munchy Macaroni salad

Macaroni is a fast food and you could get creative with it if you have veggies that you probably have in your fridge, make up this easy salad. You can also spice it up with fresh salmon, chicken or beef. It takes just about the same amount of time to cook as the pasta.



  • Macaroni
  • Peas
  • Fresh boiled or roasted salmon
  • Chopped onions
  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Ball peppers
  • Vegetable oil
  • Carrots
  • Cabbage
  • Mayonnaise
  • Salt



Boil macaroni for 10-15 minutes, drain and set aside

Mix all veggies (carrots, green onions, chopped red pepper) in a separate bowl

Set a clean frying pan on medium heat

Add very little oil

Pour veggies in it

Add a little pinch of salt and allow it simmer for three minutes

Turn off the heat ; your macaroni should be in room temperature

If not, wait a little longer before you mix both

Then, mix the macaroni in pot with the veggies

Add about 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise

Add chopped boiled eggs and cover the mixture

Leave in the freezer for as long as it you want

You can roast your salmon, chicken or beef and top your food with it. Enjoy



How to get rid of cockroaches in your kitchen

Insects are very creepy; especially cockroaches. It is hard to deal with them because they don’t die easily.

So if they are becoming a thorn in your flesh, there are ways to keep them off;

  • Do not leave your dirty dishes behind, male attempt to wipe after use.
  • Avoid leaving your kitchen corners, cabinets, plate racks, pot storage and so on, wet or damp. Cockroaches love damp places and they enjoy what you give them
  • Leave them no hiding place; the more corners, the more roaches. It is advisable to have storage specifically for all the things you have in the kitchen and not leave them cramped up. You should also make sure to dispose objects or materials you do not need. If you have plates from ten years back you have not used, give them out or sell in thrift shop.

If  these methods are not very effective, get pesticides or insecticides and spray in corners periodically.




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