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Eggs and toast
Step at 8:30
It was my favorite Step teachers last day. Ah! I hope they find another person who is just as
I guess we can call this lunch? It was at about 10:15 after my class.
Kale salad with Cruciferous Blend, shredded carrots, turkey bacon, gorgonzola, and goddess dressing + a toasted pita with a thin coat of Kerrygold butter, avocado, sea-salt, and red chili pepper flakes. The pita was to-die-for.
Around 1:15 I had a snack of honey greek yogurt and gluten free granola.
And, a few hours later I had another pita with avo since the first one was so good! First one was better though 😉
I had a couple of pieces of dark chocolate too for my Petite Treat.
Dinner was a pasta soup that I made, and we ate late, around 7:45. Last weekend, after I walked with my Mom and her Sisters (and my Cousin), we all stopped and got coffee. Around the table we shared many recipes, two of which I made this week (kale wraps and this soup). I have no idea if I made it like my aunt, but it turned out well! AND IT MADE A TON. Who wants soup? Ha!
Here’s what I did exactly:
- chopped up two refrigerated chicken breasts into dice size cubes (maybe slightly bigger)
- Got out a large pot, heated up some olive oil and garlic, and threw in the chicken
- Covered, let cook –> start chopping veggies
- Chop up one green bell pepper (and onion, celery, and carrot if you don’t buy a blend — I bought a container that was already diced)
- Throw in the veggies, mix, and cover
- Start your pasta in another pot (to save room) — the pastas are the little tiny square raviolis filled with cheese (dry, 2/3 the bag)
- Add a container of chicken broth to the soup
- Bring to boil, and then reduce to low
- Once the pasta is done add it to the soup with some of the pasta water (which you did not salt)
- Add in raw broccoli florets (how ever many you’d like)
- Give it a nice stir, sprinkle with 21 Seasoning Salute, or Mrs. Dash, and let sit on low for a while (gets more flavorful!)
My Aunt adds “Creole Seasoning” to this pasta, and I believe it’s one of the main parts. But, I didn’t have any, so I kinda swung it!
This is simple, but takes a while. I chose to make this on a day I was off early but still had to do office work. I put the soup together on my break, and let it sit on low while I finished work.