Ways to add protein to food to food that otherwise doesn't have a lot
So, say you just made a helping of ramen noodles (because you're cheap). At the same time you're looking to add a bit of muscle (yes, you're lifting weights and your primary protein sources are chicken, peanut butter, and milk). You look at the nutrional facts on the ramen package and the protein content leaves something to be desired.
Same deal with green beans, too.
Is there stuff, or ways, that can be added to cheap (but decently healthy) foods that could use a boost in protein?
Last edited by BJJscion; 12-19-2012 at 09:39 PM.
Reason: Edit: yeah, I kinda realize that ramen isn't exactly "healthy," but it fits my sense of frugality.