I’m sure no one’s mind will be blown to learn that scrambled eggs are a huge part of my weekly meal rotation. On the weekend I often make them for breakfast or brunch, but they are also my go-to for nights when I’m on my own and just want to have dinner without having to go shopping or think too deeply. It feels so good to look in the cupboard and fridge and scrounge a tasty dinner when you didn’t think you had much. Often if I have had a frustrating day where I didn’t get as much done as I wanted to, the feeling of making dinner out of the cupboard can make me feel soothed and in control. Anyone else experience this?
Raita is a traditional Indian sauce served with all kinds of things. It’s simple and surprisingly tasty. Spoon it onto chana masala, curried red lentil stew, the potato and kale rolls, or anything spicy to cool things down.
Snack time! Try this pan fried toast topped with caramelized onion and cheddar. If you’re hanging around the house on a chilly afternoon and want your house to smell amazing consider making some caramelized onions. Make a big batch so you can have them on lots more than just these lovely toasts. They’re a great topping for all kinds of savory foods. Keep reading
Everyone loves burritos! Or so it would seem from the line-ups at every burrito joint from chipotle to like… all those other ones? But you guys, they are really easy to make! And if you make them yourself they don’t end up being quite as gut-bustingly massive (unless you want them huge in which case, again, you can have what you want). So here is a simple white fish burrito with poblano strips and onions as the vegetable and a super cilantro-y rice to make it a bit Chipotleish (cilantro haters can sub parsley or basil). Keep reading