Stocking A Pantry What Should I Buy?
I just moved into my first apartment & now that I am settled in I am trying to stock my pantry.
I am a Vegetarian (but I don't eat the healthiest (but not poorly either, I eat fairly normally just minus the meat) & I would like to start making alot of my food at home, What & how much do you think I should have in my pantry?
I know I will need salt, pepper ect. & Vanilla extract, cream of tar tar, flours of different types (but what types?) bulk sugar, honey & rice, bread crums tea... I am so lost!
anyone have a stocking list?
there are only 2 people in my household.
Um, Pop Tarts are NOT Vegetarian!
They have Gelatin & plus I want ingredients & food to cook with.
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
i only use one type of flour (and i bake a lot and cook a lot!!!) lol I use hudson cream (all purpose self rising flour. as long as its self rising you can use it for anything!!
Just off the top of my head here is a list... of what i always have ( i cook too much lol)
All-Purpose Flour self rising
Cream of Tartar
Vanilla, Lemon, Cherry, mint (extracts)
Sweetened condensed milk
Dark corn syrup or Light
Vegetable or canola oil
PAM cooking spray
Canned Fruits and Vegetables
(including Home Canned)
Frozen fruits and veggies are good also
Canned or boxed chicken stock
Spaghetti or angel hair noodles
Great Northern Beans
Apple Cider vinegar
Red Wine vinegar
Sauces, Jams, etc.
Macaroni and Cheese
Garlic (powdered or granulated)
Red Chile Pepper Flakes
Cinnamon and Sugar
Hidden Valley Ranch dressing mix
Lemon Pepper <333
Powdered Chicken Bullion
Pumpkin Pie Spice
and lemon juice lolSource(s): hope this helps answer mine please http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=Alqzl...
- Karen LLv 79 years ago
You buy the kind of things you will use. Sit down and start making a list of things you know you will use, the things you like to eat. Make a list of the meals you're likely to prepare in an average couple of weeks and then see what ingredients those things use. You buy stuff in quantities you'll use up before it spoils, and not so much that you end up with bags of flour stored in your bedroom closet. If you're not sure, buy smaller sizes until you are sure.
- Melissa TLv 69 years ago
Happy to help.
Staples I keep in my PANTRY:
There are SO many different types of flours on the market. The 2 most commonly used are all-purpose and self-rising,so I would make sure that I at least have those on hand, along with baking powder&soda. Garlic is a necessity along with white and apple cider vinegar.
I have a lazy susan that has commonly used spices and herbs. I also keep on hand Iodized salt,sea salt,ground pepper and peppercorns. Clover honey,molasses,brown sugar and granual sugar,dried beans,lentiles,rice,pastas,pasta sauces,canned veggies,vegetable stock/broth,diced tomatos,stewed tomatoes,tomato juice,tomato paste,tomato puree,oatmeal,wheatgerm,farina,yeast, biscuit mix,bread crumbs,cocoa powder,nuts(walnuts,almonds and pecans are common) peanut butter,marshmallows or fluff, pie filling, raisins(any dried fruit will do) condiments,salad dressings,black olives,spanish olives,vanilla wafers,graham crackers,saltine crackers and cheese crackers (like cheez it,good for recipes).
- jennifer hLv 79 years ago
Noodles, Rice Pasta ,Some tin products such as baked beans or Savoury beans to make nachos. Vegetable stock Curry .tomato based jars to use for spaggetti. I always use plain flour. . herbs. just wander the supermarket aisle and take a look
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- Robert OLv 79 years ago
Which of these things on this list do you actually use? Cream of tartar? Unless you're whipping eggwhites to stiff peaks on a semi-fregquent basis, you don't need it. Just think of what you cook for yourself and what you would actually use. That's how you build your pantry.
Even flour has an expiration date. Just get a flour you will use most frequently and just use that.
- catloverLv 79 years ago
Cooking oil, oil for salad dressing, vinegar, cornstarch, noodle, pasta, yeast, coffee, tea, can soup, jam, freezer bag, plastic wrap, aluminum foil, dish detergentSource(s): ..
- 9 years ago
oils, noodles, flours really plans on what you making basic one are all purpose and cake flour
- 9 years ago
pasta, tinned tomatoes, flour, sauce, savoury biscuits, cake mixes, rice, tuna, tinned corn, taco kit, stir-fry mixes
- marzmargs12Lv 69 years ago
Soups,stews,pasta,noodles and canned fish.
- 9 years ago