Grilled Veggies with Chicken

Hi my lovely J
Past couple weeks have been crazy, I moved back home, we have had house guests (aunt, uncle and cousins from London) and we’ve have been all over the place really. I haven’t been cooking at all. Today was my first day back at uni, and I cooked dinner for myself for the first time in quite a while.

I grilled tomatoes, zucchini and broccoli in the oven, they were sprinkled with olive oil and seasoned with salt, pepper and oregano I enjoyed this with some leftover chicken

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Insanely easy and quite boring however delicious and healthy! This is as exciting as it gets for me eating wise at the moment. I’m not going to apologize though, I never said I was a master chef.

Miss you cuuuzz. Over and out.

Inspiration India: Spicy Meatballs

Hey J. Experimenting I made this last night.
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Ingredients:
Small knob of ginger
A clove of garlic
1 chili pepper
1 onion (red or white)
A hand full of coriander/cilantro
1 tsp garam marsala
1 tsp curry powder
2 table spoons tomato paste
400 g ground beef
some flour

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1. Chop onion, coriander and pepper. Grate ginger and garlic.
2. Mix together with spices add tomato paste/pure and blend slightly with handblender
3. Now turn this in the ground beef add flour and fry on hot pan.

I enjoyed this with garlic-mashed sweet potatoes

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Dinner: Sweet Potato Chips with Salad and Pork Chops

Hi J. I changed my mind forget about the vegan thing I’m paleo now. Lol. Today my friend stayed for dinner. We cut up some sweet potatoes and cauliflower drizzled some olive oil on and seasoned it with salt, pepper and rosemary.

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Then we made a quick little salad with baby-leaves, tomatoes and cucumber. On the cauliflower we drizzled a lemon, honey, parsley dressing. The pork chops were fried in a garlic-tomato marinade.

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IT WAS SOOO GOOD OMG. But I could actually totally have done without the pork chops. Luckily I have some leftovers for my lunch tomorrow, YUM!
– O