This comes from Oh She Glows. I can’t take any responsibility for the awesomeness of this dish. It’s so good and it’s super good for you. What a combo.
You start with veggies. Cleaned and chopped.
Then you sauté some onions.
Add garlic, then the veggies.
Finally, add some broth.
Get it to a boil and let it simmer until the veggies are soft.
By then, it’s a matter of adding some salt, pepper, some nutritional yeast and a little bit of white vinegar to give it an awesome zap. Then blend it for that smooth yummy taste.
And it’s ready to eat.
So good and super good for you. If you’re into trying it, let me know what you think.
Well, this is not a recipe. It’s more like a desperate attempt at feeding us. I grabbed what I had in the kitchen and threw them into a pan. This was the result.
I had some red sweet peppers, some portobello mushrooms, some spinach and a lonely onion. I chopped it all up, cooked it with a tiny bit of olive oil and hoped it would work with some sauce and pasta. Oh…I also added some garlic and a bit of nutritional yeast at the end (so it doesn’t get cooked and loses its nutritional value.
I have no idea if it’ll turn out okay or if it will be inedible. But, since it’s pretty much all we have to take to work, that’s what we’ll be eating for lunch for this week. Or peanut butter sandwiches.
Okay, pasta is done. I’m off to try my concoction. Wish me luck!
Here’s my latest attempt for lunch.
It’s a whole wheat wrap with hummus, then sliced carrots, peppers, shredded red cabbage, avocado and sliced cucumber.
This is the same wrap…well, wrapped up and ready to go. With an apple, a banana and some walnuts, I’ll have an excellent lunch.
The joy of this lunch is the fact that I cut and sliced and shredded tons of extra veggies, so I can make other wraps in seconds now because the ingredients are all ready in my fridge.
If you go and try this, let me know what you think!