chickpea puree

Seventeen Reactions ~ One Of The Members Walking In While They’re Having Sex

Request: Can you please do a seventeen reaction to one of the members walking in on them have really rough sex ,I’m sorry 😂.(ps. I love your blog, your amazing 😘)

A/N: I’m back from the dead, I feel dead wow… anyway like sorry this is late @ the requester anyway hope u enjoy


“Why cant anyone in this place learn how to knock, aigoo” *Shoos Jisoo out by throwing something nearby in his direction”


“Could you please politely fuck off Mingyu, thanks.” *Glares at Mingyu until he’s running out, most likely telling the other members what he witnessed.*


“Oh shit, we’ve been discovered…” *Slowly hides you both under the blankets*


*Literally has nothing to say but the other member knows he’s suddenly irritated that they stepped in on very intimate moment*

Originally posted by wonnhao


“Run along and play with your toys, Chan.” *just continues whether poor mind corrupted Lee Chan is still standing at the door or not*

Originally posted by mc-gyu


“It’s not what it looks like, I’m just teaching y/n how to body roll in bed… now gtfo so I can continue without distractions”

“then why are you both naked?”





“Care to Join, Wonu?” *Resting bitch face* “No? Okay then get fuck out.”


“Oh my god~ Can you not see I am busy.”


“Kim Mingyu I’m giving you 5 seconds to stop staring at my girlfriend and get out of here before I beat your perverted ass.”


“Bitch what the fuck do you need from me…”


“What the fuck, first you take my lines then you take away my sex life… smh” 



~ Admin Kai

How to Cook for college students (and people who just live on their own and need some pointers):


Potatoes are extremely versatile. Yes, you’ve done the butter, salt, sour cream thing before I’m sure. That’s a good thing to do when you’re strapped for time. However, there’s a lot of cool things you can do. 

If you have a collection of spices and herbs, use those on your baked potatoes along with butter, cheese, or sour cream. 

Put a fried egg on a baked potato. Pop that bad boy over it and take in its yellow gooey goodness. It’s a great pop of protein too. 

Oatmeal and Grits: 

Oatmeal doesn’t have to be sweet. But if you want sweet oatmeal, substitute water with apple cider, put some cinnamon and nutmeg in it. Maybe throw some vanilla yogurt into it with some raisins. It tastes like apple pie. It’s AMAZING. When all my mom and I could afford were these things, she’d make this in the morning and it was extremely helpful. 

To make savory oatmeal or grits, cook your oatmeal in broth. Add salt, pepper, cheese, cream, green onions… you’re in business. Maybe even wilt some spinach into it. Put a fried egg on it…. oh my gosh. 

It’s so versatile. 

Peanut Butter: 

Good on everything. put it on everything. Ok… maybe not everything. It’s amazing for ramen especially. 

It’s an amazing thing for mornings. Dip a banana in it, it’s a quick run out the door breakfast. It’s filling and gives you energy for a short while. 


Boil them. If you don’t know how, just put them in water with a tablespoon of baking soda, and bring to a boil for five to seven minutes before turning the stovetop off. Let them sit for a little bit. Drain the water. 

They are insanely versatile and can get you through tough times. 

Lentils and dried legumes: 

Very cheap. 

Soak them overnight and then the fun can start. 

Puree chickpeas with salt, tahini (optional), lemon juice, olive oil, and cumin. you’ve got hummus. 

Lentils make good soup. Will give you clean amazing energy. They will fill you up. Dip bread into it also. It’s amazing. Making soups takes very little prep time and often times you can chop up everything, throw it in a pot with broth and spices and leave it with occasional stirring. Got a long day of classes? Get a crock pot. Leave it on during the day, you’ll come home to amazing soup. 

Some amazing video resources for students and those living on their own (These are all Brothers Green Videos because they have reasonable and practical tips and their videos have given me some amazing advice):

Sauce Hacks: How to make simple sauces for everyday cooking

Cooking Cheat Codes: How to make anything taste good

10 creative recipes using just an egg

10 creative recipes using just potatoes: Part I and Part II 

Cup Noodle Hacks

Ramen Noodle Hacks

Get Creative with Pancake Batter

Here’s the beginning of an Amazing Series for Vegans: How to live like a Vegan King on $50 a Week

How to Eat incredibly Well on just $3 a Day: Part I, Part II, Part III 

How to cook for a Week on a Budget: Beginner’s Guide 

How to Shop at the Market: Pantry Essentials

How to Shop: Veggies and Herbs

How to Shop: Dairy and Meat

Learn the Basics of Cooking

You might be wondering: How can I trust this post is best? Well, I have been in school for 10 years. I’m 27, I do all the cooking at home. And if you need a testimonial: @laxchulax2ya “She goes hard in the kitchen, guys…I know from personal experience lol. Yaaaas!”

(Relatively) Low-Spoon Falafel

So I love falafel, but all of the recipes out there seem to use a hundred ingredients and take a lot of prep. I modified an existing recipe to make it better for the days when I have minimal energy. Cool tip: it takes fewer spoons if you prepare the onion and parsley beforehand and freeze them in recipe-sized portions!

  • Cooking oil (about 1/3 cup)
  • Onion
  • ¼ cup  parsley
  • 1 can chickpeas, drained and rinsed
  • 1 egg
  • ¼ cup flour
  • pinch salt

Start by cutting the onions into quarters and putting them and the parsley in the food processor. After they’re chopped up fairly fine, put them in a saucepan with about a tablespoon of cooking oil. 

Next, use the food processor to puree the chickpeas until they create a smooth paste. Mix the chickpea paste, the onion mixture, flour, egg and salt. If it’s too wet, add a little more flour!

Put the rest of the cooking oil in the saucepan and form the mixture into little patties, approximately 1 cm thick. Drop the patties into the warm oil and fry for two minutes on each side, or until each side is golden brown. 

Eat plain, with tzatziki sauce or (my personal favourite) sour cream!

Hummus with a Dash of Peanut Butter

My own version of hummus! Thought I’d add some peanut butter to it!


1 can chickpeas

half a lemon

4 tbsp olive oil

4 cloves garlic - minced

salt and pepper

1 tbsp peanut butter

1 tsp parsley


1. Puree the chickpeas with 4 tbsp of the juice inside the can.

2. Blend in lemon juice, salt and pepper.

3. Add in peanut butter, garlic and blend.

4. Garnish with parsley and pine nuts.