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I was planning on making something vaguely Mexican for dinner. But we ran late at the grocery store. My DH just asked me "what's for supper?' I said "let me see what I can find." So I'm off to the kitchen...
I'm going to add a can of garbanzos to up the protein count. I don't have "Sri Lanken curry powder" so will substitute one of the other curries in the cabinet. I'll need to make other adjustments to it based on what my larder has or lacks but since I don't know what it's SUPPOSED to taste like, as long as it's good it's GOOD. Am I right?
I am defrosting Alaskan King salmon filets in the fridge for tonight. I will season it with Salish Tribe applewood smoked salt and fresh squeezed lemon juice. The I will bake it in the oven. I've made this several times over the years, and it always delights my taste buds!
I will steam some spinach with garlic slices and nutmeg, then put some butter on it after I plate it.
I don't know what other veggie I will have, but I like most of my meal to be veggies.
I had some leftover mexican rice in the freezer, so I put it in the fridge yesterday for breakfast today. I whisked 3 eggs in a bowl, then added tomatilla-green chile salsa and whipped again. I added enough rice (about a cup) to be able to fry patties (the consistency of egg foo young.) Rey bought a pack of ham steaks yesterday, so this morning I fried in its on fat prior to cooking the egg-rice patties. We ate them on flour tortillas...YUMMO!
So, after the annual fair (Blood work, flu shot) and fasting, it was 10:30 by the time we got out of there! We decided to go to The Diner (one of my favorite Mom-and-Pop restaurants) for breakfast. The Soup of the Day was Vegetable and it sounded just right to me. It was delicious and just the right mix of veggies without being heavy. Then we went out to the garden and finished harvesting our potatoes, carrots, kale and cabbage. I even had some peas that I had previously missed. I'll post the recipe later, but I'm going to make Andy's dumplings he recently posted to go with (separately---for those who are gluten-free at school).