I can't cook anything.
What did you have for dinner? - Page 142
Gear mentioned in this thread:
A while back I marinated and smoked 12 chicken breasts. Then I vacuum packed them and froze them. So tonight, my low-carb dinner consists of a garden salad that my grocer sells fresh every day for less than $2.00 .. and all I had to do was throw one of my chicken breasts into boiling water. I did add a few cornichons.
Made some nice sauted chicken cutlets with a mushroom, shallot and lemon sauce. Ate maybe half of mine. I think I am getting sick. Not fun.
And though I didn't eat much of it, the sauce was good. Karen took her first bite and said "Wow - this is yummy!" I love when that happens.
FF: Said just like that but spelled "Rosebeef" !
@petalsandcoco no it's broccolini. It's not my favorite but my son likes it. He calls it trees. I like rapini too but have only tossed it in pasta or eaten it as a side dish as you described. I wonder what else can be done with it.
The ingredients vary recipe to recipe
1/2 cabbage thinly sliced (I use a mandoline)
3 shallots thinly chopped
Bunch parsley thinly chopped
Reg package of mushrooms thinly chopped
1/2 slivered almonds
4 tbsp sunflower seeds
2 packages of ramen noodles , chicken flavour with seasoning pouch inside.
3-4 tbsp Rice vinegar (or a vinegar on hand)
3-4 tbsp oil (your choice)
Toss all your veg in a large bowl, remove ramen noodles and crush both packages on salad, toss in almonds and sunflower seeds, add oil and vinegar , add the seasoning from the Ramen ( I put 1 1/2 packages as it's very salty)
Mix it all up, refrigerate an hour or serve right away.
You can adjust the flavours with the seasoning. Some recipes call for sugar and more oil but I don't use sugar as cabbage is sweet enough. If you want more color you can always toss in some finely sliced red peppers and grated carrot.
I enjoy this salad for the crunch.
If you should try it let me know. And of course adjust it to your palate . I don't believe in following recipes to a "t" unless it comes to baking, even then. Lol
I made a tart (i'm always making tarts):
But instead of using butter and flour in the pan, as usual, i used butter and bread crumbs. And here's the result, tart up side down: