This is an extremely cheap, easy to cook and comforting rice dish, very typical from the region I’m from. You can make it more “liquidy” or drier, depending on your tastes.
this Spanish recipe as reference, but altered a few things. Thanks, Kiko! Continue reading “Arroz con acelgas (rice with Swiss chard)”
Here’s a very easy recipe which looks a bit ugly but tastes great! And it also helps you use “old” ingredients. So all good stuff ?? Continue reading “Onion, potato and mushroom soup”
Or: I’LL EAT EVERYTHING WITH PROTEIN AFTER GOING TO THE GYM (AND YET MORE)
A Gruyere cheese omelette/scrambled eggs hybrid
Some bacon strips (already cooked, from M&S)
LOTS of rocket and watercress salad
Sliced red pepper
Dash of olive oil of course
I don’t really think this needs preparation instructions!
I was so hungry after today’s training! The only thing I don’t quite like about the bacon strips is they’re so goddamn salty ?
My partner surprised me this morning with this breakfast experiment!
They were very tasty and now we want to experiment with other fillings: mushroom? cheese? spring onions? spinach? perhaps something sweet? We’ll see!
Continue reading “Bacon and egg muffins”
I tried to make coucou, but failed…
This morning I set out with the grand plan of making a delicious coucou, but I didn’t quite succeed. I was too cautious with the amount of herbs, added way less than I should have and so I ended up with a herby omelette, but actually that’s not a bad thing either!
Continue reading “Herb omelette (or coucou)”