Last night I made caramelised onions for the first time ever, prompted I guess by this article about how time-consuming it is (and how recipe writers lie about this fact). I used it in a dhal, which I then used water for instead of (high-sodium) vegetable stock, and TBH… delicious. Amazing you can make something just as nice with less than a third of the sodium 😂 (I mean, I did add a teaspoon of …
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Today for lunch I cooked something new: dal makhani, based on this recipe with some cheeky simplifications (like, instead of soaking and pre-cooking some lentils, I used a can 😅). It may not look like much, cos I didn’t bother with garnish, but it was delicious – like butter chicken sans the chicken.
In honour of a batch of dhal I made tonight and accidentally made spicier than I intended (but still just within my tolerable levels!), have an article I found on why some people tolerate spicier food than others. Genetics, life experience, and endorphin rushes all play a role.
Today’s #mbfeb prompt is banana, so I’m sharing my favourite way to eat banana: mashed into baked oatmeal! If you’d like to try the same, my recipe derives from BudgetBytes' Banana Bread Oatmeal, but I add ~25g chia seeds and a squirt of stevia instead of the sugar 😛
Why does food look more appealing when it’s colourful? Is it some kind of evolutionary adaption because in nature, colours = fruits and vegetables? 🤔 Regardless, I enjoyed the bowl of fried rice with prawns I made last night. #mbfeb
Tonight I decided to make gnocchi with chicken sausages in a butternut squash sauce 😋 If you’re interested in trying it yourself, I follow this Skinny Taste recipe! #mbfeb