Blueberry omelette

Separating the eggs for this one is a life changer.

I am a lazy cook so separating the eggs seemed out of my reach but trust me, it’s totally worth it.

 

Ingredients:

3 eggs – separated

Handful of blueberries or strawberries or whatever berries you like

Knob of Butter or coconut oil

Rice malt syrup – optional

Yogurt to serve

 

Method:

Separate the eggs and whisk like crazy. The add the syrup to the yolk and mix well. Heat the butter or oil in the pan then add the whites and yolks together. Mix well. Throw in your handful of berries and then cook. It won’t take long.

Serve with yogurt.

Perfect for the lazy cook 🙂 LOL

 

The mash that has changed my life

Parsnip & cauliflower mash

 

I can get a little stuck with the same same steamed veg at night and while I am experimenting with veg for my 8 month old, I had her eating parsnip and thought it was only fair I should  vary my veg intake.

So i took to the parsnip and cauliflower and steamed them up. Then made mash. My god. I have now had it for 3 meals in a row. I am I N  L O V E

 

What to do:

Steam parsnip and cauliflower

Blend well with some butter and salt and pepper

(Note: If you have slightly more cauli, then it will taste a little more like cauliflower and vise versa)

Roasted garlic would also go well with this mixed in.

I have been enjoying this with my massman curry but this baby will go with anything.

Lay in on your plate as a bed for your protein.

 

Enjoy!

One pot chicken massman curry

I am all about easy meals, and this one is all done in my slow cooker, which means I chuck it on in the morning and forget about it until dinner time. Love it! You could use lamb or beef for this one. I serve it with steamed veg or parsnip cauliflower mash, but go your hardest with your choice of sides.

 

The Ayam curry paste has only the ingredients you need, not all the added stuff

And when choosing coconut cream, choose the cream not the milk because it you want it watered down a little, add some water, don’t pay for watered down cream 🙂 I use the Ayam brand for this as well because it only has coconut cream in it, unlike the Macro brand I accidentally brought which as a thickener added ….. organic thickener but who needs crap added when … no you don’t that’s right.

 

Enjoy!

 

Ingredients

1/3 jar of Ayam massman curry paste

1 can coconut cream

1 cup water

1kg chicken thigh (cut in half)

salt & pepper

splash of Cocomino original – coconut amino sauce

 

Method

Put everything in the slow cooker at breakfast or lunch time (depending how you want your meat at the end of the cook – all separated or still in some pieces), put on high and away it goes!