Hello and welcome to my blog. This blogpost is about this week’s smoothie. Thankfully I found kale on my visit to Asda today so I bought a pack.
More than your five a day
The ingredient in the smoothie are as follows:
These are the ingredient I used to make the smoothie
I didn’t use all the ingredient just so I don’t waste them.
This is your more than five a day in one glass. The last time I added kale to my smoothie I regretted it; this was a couple of years ago. I struggled to drink it as it tasted and smelt awful so this time I added Cinnamon as I have been doing. The taste is not so bad thank God.
Here we go, all of your more than five a day in a mug. With Love 💋
Until next time, happy smoothie making.
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. Today’s post is about how I marinade and cook my chicken.
Making of the chicken
To clean my chicken I use lemon and ensure I take off any unwanted extra fat or hard bit on the legs.
The mixtress mixes spices too
I usually mix my own spices to marinade the chicken. It is only recently I have started adding other cudes and powdered spices. I usually crate onions, garlic and ginger. I then melt 2 knorr and let it cool. Adding a bit lemon and chilli powder as well.
Onions, ginger and garlic
When the spice meet the spice
I let this stay as is for a while while I do something else or due to laziness just leave it there for a while. I then eventually place it in the oven to slow cook for about 2 hours at 100 °C. Ensure you regulate the temperature or cook it longer.
Melted knorr cubes
I use 2 to 3 of this cubes depending on how many chicken I am cooking.
Some more seasoning. Not ideal I know. The aim to ensure you know what you are putting in your food.
Mix it all together. I squeezed a bit of lemon on it too
I put this on a foil and then put it in the oven to bake or cook whatever you want to call it. I use a foil all the time as I feel it better that way healthwise. Let me know if this is how you cook yours.
This is how it looks after 1.5 to 2 hours. I cut parts of it so that the marinade will go on the inside.
You can now have this however you want it. With couscous, salad, rice potatoes or by itself.
Until next time, happy cooking.