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Foodporn Monday – more sushi sandwich and mover’s meal prep

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More sushi sandwiches! The reddish one is made of kimchi fried rice plus a fried egg and asparagus. I’m a little in love with these and I’m planning to serve these when I have my house warming party. 😛

Half of the stuff are packed in boxes, but I still had enough things to do a simple meal prep so I don’t have to eat unhealthy food during lunch at work. So I made some Japanese curry with chicken, potatoes, sweet potatoes and spinach. For sides I fried up some tofu and then just some sushi rice. I actually prefer sushi rice to just plain jasmin rice, cos I enjoy the stickiness. I plan to eat a lot of junk for dinners this week, mainly pimped out instant noodles. 😀 Short and sweet this week. 🙂

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Foodporn Monday – falafel, arctic char and sushi sandwich

This is so late! I’m super busy with the move coming up and I’m seriously thinking about taking a couple of weeks of break from posting and I will start posting again with a house tour! 😛 Well, we shall see, but do expect irregular posting the following weeks. But now, some foodporn.

I was left day-dreaming about good falafels after the Sandro burger, so I got myself some falafel balls from my local supermarket. They turned out pretty good, I mushed them up with a fork and jammed them between a pita bread, with some cucumbers, tomatoes, hummus, coriander and tzatziki sauce on top. It had some good flavors but turned out that I didn’t like pita bread, at least not plain ones from the package. 😛

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Foodporn Monday – curry, pesto and hamburgers

*pretending it’s Monday* I hope you have a fantastic start of the week. Let’s jump right in cos the food situation was awesome last week.

For lunch meal prep last week, I made Panang curry with meatballs, green beans, and butternut squash. I found some black rice ramen noodles from the supermarket and I figured it would taste good with curry. And they did taste pretty good. And what a lovely dark violet color, almost black. They were also bouncy in texture right away when I ate them after cooking, but I knew they might stick together later on, so I added a generous amount of sesame oil. They still kinda did stick together but not that much. Don’t forget to rinse under cold running water too after cooking. I bet they would be quite delicious as cold noodles in the summer then, can’t wait to try it out. The Panang curry I got back on my Whole30 month from a store that sells organic stuff, and the sauce paste tasted pretty bland. I’m not a big fan of Panang curry anyways. But for me curry is like pizza, even when it’s just okay, it’s still good. To add some contrast color to make the lunch box even more appetizing, I sprinkled some green onions on top and threw in a few cherry tomatoes and voila! 😛

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