Hello and welcome to my blog. So it looks like I missed last week’s week in review. I was off from work so didn’t really do much with food. No smoothie however I did retreat to the usual chicken. This post will be a mixture of last week’s and last two weeks.
This was Mondays lunch. Mix vegetable bulgur and left over lamb
This is a mix vegetable and turkey Wholemeal noodles. I believe I had this on Tuesday. I will blog about the recipe later
I had this for dinner on two occasion. Oven baked chips, bread chicken and mix vegetable. What you see on the chips is Nando’s perperi salt
This salad I had on Wednesday doesn’t look appetising lol but yes it was nice
This is Wholemeal turkey fajitas. I made this a couple of weeks ago and kept a bit of it in the freezer just so it does go off. Thursday’s lunch
Fridays was a very colourful lunch with chicken, vegetables and bulgur
This was last two weeks lunch. It’s mixed vegetables bulgur and chicken
Different shaped sweet potatoes and vegetable
Oven baked chips, chicken and mixed vegetable
The fruits I had from work fruit box
I had a bit more bananas this week as the tangerine and apples were quite difficult to eat. They were not as sweet as previous weeks fruits. 😬
As you can see from my lunch, I am trying to have a variety of meal and this is because I am not a big fan of food so I am trying to have different meals available to encourage myself to eat.
Until next time, it’s bye from me.
Hello and welcome to my blog, as promised i am coming to you with my blog on my “weekly” smoothie. This time i switch it up a wee bit. I had the usually fruit plus spinach and other powders..
What’s in my smoothie…
The green blend and maca powder
So the ingredients are as follows:
– Coconut water
– Green Blend of: Organic matcha, wheatgrass, green tea and spirulina, chlorella
– Maca powder
The making of the smoothie…
I am no stranger to adding vegetables to my smoothies. In the past the majority of the ingresient were vegetable like broccolis spinach. This time round it’ s 4 of 5 a day.
The cinnamon helped quench the strong taste of the maca ppwder.
Hello and welcome to my blog. I will let the title and picture do most of the talking.
Salmon, Broccoli, Carrots and Brussel Sprout
Thanks for stopping by. I have an interesting post coming up for you so stay tuned.
Until next time, its bye from me.
Hello and welcome to my blog. So today’s consist of the below:
And Chicken with nandos garlic lemon and herbs sauce
You may have already figured this out now. I loves my vegetables. This is usually my go to when im bored of any kind of food in the house.
Until next time, bon appettit.
Hello and welcome to my blog. So this post is about a revisit to a past recipe that a friend introduced me to about 4 years ago.
Orzo is a pasta shaped like rice. You can have it however you please room temperature or warm and obviously you can decide which vegetables to use.
The ingredient i used. I used one whole red bell pepper and half green pepper.
I seasioned and steamed the turkey then fried the red and green bell pepper. When this was first introduced to me it was with pork but i opted for turkey instead. You can use chicken breast if you please.
The final product ith olives and parmasen cheese.
Until next time is bon appetit
Hello and welcome to my blog. So today’s i was not sure whether to have couscous and salmon or chicken but i guess the chicken won.
The ingredients are:
Beef stock for taste in the couscous
Nandos periperi sauce
This is what it looks like in pictures. It tasted really good. I will stock up on my nandos periperi lemon and herbs sauce.
Hello and welcome to my blog. So it has been a while. Today’s lunch ingredient is as follows:
Nandos Lemon amd herbs Periperi sauce
Trying to keep my lunch more on the healthy side for my skin and health sake.
Until next time happy lunching
These are the entire ingredient for the meal but for the purpose of this blog, I will stick with the recipe for the meatballs and final product of the meal.
Hello and welcome to my blog. As promised this is the recipe for my lamb meatballs I prepared in last weekend. I did not make it using the traditional ingredients. I have seen recipes which includes bread crumps which I have tried before but didn’t like the out come.
You may think why not just buy the meatballs and cook with it instead of putting yourself through all this stress? I like to make things from scratch just so I know what I am adding and how much. This is was one of my main reasons for eating more home cooked meals and eating less outside during my clear skin journey and I did see some improvement.
- Using your own discretion in the amount of ingredient you want to use. These are the ingredients I used
- 500g of mince lamb,
- Half of red onions
- Grounded black pepper,
- Dried mint
- Grounded cayenne pepper
- Extra Virgin Olive oil
- 1 Knorr lamb Cube
- Grate the garlic, onion and ginger and mix well with the a tea spoon of the extra virgin olive oil and spices (Mint, cayenne and black pepper)
- Wash the mince lamb to get any blood out and mix it into the mixture.
- You then make small balls depending on how big you want your meatballs to be.
Let this slowly cook in the fan oven but if you cant wait put the heat up for it to cook quicker.
These are the colourful ingredient i prepared for the meatballs to swim in.
Served with wholegrain spaghetti and parmesan cheese.
That’s all for today folks.
Until next time, happy cooking.