Sorry I’ve been away from the blogosphere for a while. I have been trying to get more sleep AND stay on top of studying. Who knew it could take so much time? Okay, I did, yes, obviously. It’s not like this is my first time around the block.
Anyways, here’s my quick What I Ate Wednesday post featuring yesterday’s food because somehow there were more veggies in that day than today. I did have some of the best Indian food of my life tonight though. So much so that I actually took home quite a bit of the cabbage curry, okra curry, and goat dish from the buffet for leftovers!
Breakfast yesterday morning was one of my banana pecan coconut oatmeal bakes I made a few days ago topped with peanut butter and maple syrup. I added my normal chia seeds and then took the flax seed plunge. Surprisingly, I loved the taste. I don’t know if it was the whole combo together but this was kind of like eating cake for breakfast. I’ll never argue with that.
For lunch I ended up with a spinach hummus and Swiss cheese sandwich along with a side of pretzels, chex mix, and four iced animal crackers.
Snack was an apple on the way home.
Dinner happened in the form of a quick and dirty guacamole (because my poor avocado was threatening to go bad) made with one avocado a spoonful of salsa, a 1/2 teaspoon of minced garlic, several squeezes of lime juice, along with a healthy pinch (or two) of salt, pepper, onion powder, and cilantro.
I put that on a tortilla and topped it with taco seasoning rehydrated TVP and the last of the Mexican blend cheese in my fridge. I grilled it up like a quesadilla and served it with celery/carrots and hummus. The TVP was unreal. I need to make more like this soon. The guac was nice and creamy and there was the slightest hint of cheese. Nomnom.
I know that was quick but my bed is screaming for me. I need more sleep…after I finish translating this powerpoint on my lap into study-able material. Hopefully I’ll post tomorrow because I have some fun things to share. Have a great night. Only two days left of the week!
Questions: What is your favorite Indian dish?
How do you make your guacamole?