In addition, though I knew the cooking method for seafood salad is not compatible for takoyaki I couldn’t resist the cute tentacles – being depraved from ‘unusual’ seafood mainly contributing.
This week I’ve tried to cut back on the rice portions – apart from the lapse when ‘nduja was used on the remaining stew – and it appears to not be much different (ie: I don’t feel absolutely starving when I get home). It would be wise to also incorporate more exercise, but I’ll start with baby steps..
Reminds me of diet food today with all those salads but the amount of rice is the same as previous serves. Lunch is mustard mayo broccoli, cucumber & wakame salad, hijiki & carrot salad, steamed prawns, miso dressed cabbage, tomato and 3 types of onigiri (yukari furikake, kimchee and miso spring onion)
I had to give the seafood salad a try since tentacles are so cute! Lunch is simply broccoli with mustard mayo, tomato, hijiki & carrot salad, takoyaki-style fritters and kombu no tsukudani.
My words, I don’t think this can be called stew anymore. But it’s oh so good and surprisingly legal; can’t get enough! Lunch is green bean namul, cabbage & octopus salad, home-pickled ginger, tomato and ‘nduja enhanced stew. Food like this is why I’ll never be rake thin.. (I brought 2 serves of 125g of rice..)
Because I wanted some blatant tentacle exhibited about, here we are. Lunch is seafood coleslaw/salad, hijiki & carrot salad, soft boiled egg, green beans goma-ae, ebi-fry and 3 filled onigiri (kimchee, kombu no tsukudani and spring onion & miso)
It’s a sunny spring day, the demo’s completed, tests are not all failing and it’s bibimbap for lunch. If it wasn’t for feeling woozy it’s a perfect Friday.. Lunch contains (clockwise) stir fried broccoli stalk, hijiki & carrot salad, stir fried capsicum, green bean goma-ae, home-made pickled ginger, spicy chicken, spring onions and a soft boiled egg.
Though using the bottom tier was a mistake: a bowl is larger which works better for mixing it all together.