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What I ate… Thursday 29th of August 2013

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Hi,

Well, I again felt like consuming a lot of milk products.

BREAKFAST:

Toasted German white bread with olive oil, mozzarella and cucumber. For drink I had home-made raspberry-strawberry milkshake (no sugar added). Yummy….

milkshake and mozarella

LUNCH:

After hard workout at the swimming pool I felt like eating exactly the same, a lot of proteins and sugar from fruits. Therefore I decided to eat the same as for breakfast.

Well, the only difference was an extra carrot:) The rest wast the same: toasted German white bread with olive oil, mozzarella and cucumber. For drink I had home-made raspberry-strawberry milkshake (without sugar).

milkshake and mozarella carrot

DINNER:

Something yummy again… penne with golden zucchini, dark opal basil and garlic with fried fish. A glass of cultured butter milk.

dark opal basil golden zucchini dark opal basi and golden zucchini

 

SUPPER:

Quite simple, left overs of penne with scrumbled egg and two sandwiches of toasted white German bread with butter, tomato and curd cheese with onion and natural yoghurt.

penne with backed egg curd chese toasted bread tomato

Greetings,

Anna *OnMyDish.wordpress.com*

Spaghetti with spinach, snack tomatoes, walnuts…

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Hi there,

And again I had spinach on my dish:)
This time with snack tomatoes and mozzarella.
I like this dish because it has very attractive colours, it is super simple and quick, costs little money and is very healthy.

spaghetti with spinach and snack tomatoes
Spinach is healthy and gives you a lot of energy. You can become the second “Popeye the Sailor Man”🙂

spinach-popeye

Ingredients (for 2 people):
– Spaghetti, ca. 300g
– ca. 250 g spinach leaves
– 3 garlic cloves
– ca. 300g cherry tomatoes
– 1 mozzarella
– 8 walnuts
– 2 tbsp. olive oil extra virgin
– Salt and pepper to taste

Know-how:
1. Cook spaghetti according to packaging.
2. Chop garlic into small pieces and fry until very light brown colour.
3. Add washed spinach, add some salt and pepper, and cook for about 5 minutes under the lid.
4. Add washed tomatoes and fry for about 3-5 minutes.
5. Serve spaghetti with vegetables. Decorate with cut mozzarella and walnuts. Salt and pepper to taste.

ingredients garlic fried garlic spinach spinach and snack tomatoes fried spinach and snack tomatoes walnuts walnuts2 spaghetti with spinach and snack tomatoes2

Enjoy the meal,
Anna *OnMyDish.wordpress.com*

 

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“Frosty” sandwich

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Hi there,

Are you bored with your breakfast? Inspired by nature and a first light frost overnight, this proposition seems to me to be the best for this time of the year…

I usually eat a sandwich for breakfast… cold, with cheese, ham and some veggies.

Once in a while, I like to surprise myself and prepare something that looks more sophisticated.

This is super easy, super quick, super tasty and WARM sandwich:) Great for autumn!

Al-fal-fa looks to me a little bit like beautiful and excessive frost on grass.

Pict. source [2]

In Arabic, the name Al-fal-fa means “father of all foods” or “best food” [1]. It’s rich in minerals and has an amazing taste. It has great structure and gives a bit of crunchy effect. I really like it.

Do you like it? Would you eat such breakfast?

Here’s how to make it.

 

Ingredients (for 1 person):

– 1 slice of German Milk Bread or more:)

– Butter

– Mozzarella

– Alfalfa sprouts

 

Know-how:

  1. Spread butter on both sides of bread
  2. Fry to melt on one side.
  3. Turn, cover with sliced mozzarella and fry unit butter and mozzarella melt.
  4. Decorate with Alfalfa sprouts.

 

Enjoy your healthy meal, *OnMyDish.wordpress.com*

 

[1] http://www.groentenenfruit.nl/veggipedia/product/alfalfa.html

[2] http://brokenpenwriter.wordpress.com/2010/12/31/walking-on-frost/

 

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