Breakfast - Yoghurt, Apple, partially whizzed up Almonds and a dash of Peanut Butter.
This is my last yoghurty breakfast, and yes, the yoghurt had stayed nice and fresh since it was opened at the start of the Challenge. This is the first time I have used the Alpro natural flavoured yoghurt, previously I have always bought the vanilla flavoured version, but I think this one is my new favourite.
The taste is similar to a nice sweet Greek style yoghurt, just enough tang to be yoghurt but sweet enough to be able to be eaten on it's own or with none-sweet things, if you know what I mean. I will definintely be buying this from now on.
Next it was time to make a variation of this Deliciously Ella recipe, using the ingredients that I had available.
I forgot to take a photograph of the assembled ingredients but this is the finished pan of :
Potato, Chickpea and Cous Cous Curry.
350g Baby Potatoes
145g cooked Chickpeas
50g Cous Cous
1 Onion, peeled and chopped
Large Handful of Spinach
Handful of Frozen Peas
1tsp Garlic Granules
1/2 tsp Ground Coriander
1/2 tsp Chilli Powder
1 Vegan Stockpot
Basically I sautéed the chopped onion, added the spices and then added the potatoes and chickpeas a few minutes later. Then boiling water was poured in with the vegan stockpot and everything was brought to the boil.
Once boiling it was transferred to the bottom oven of the Aga for an hours slow simmering. After an hour the spinach was stirred through and the frozen peas added to wilt and warm through in the heat of the now cooked curry. Then the pan was left to sit on the side, cooling gradually.
When it was time for it to be eaten it was reheated and checked for seasoning. Salt and pepper were added.
Lunch - 2 Slices of Toast and Hummus
Oh this was lovely, nice and simple but lovely. Eaten with a cup of coffee whilst sat at the computer loading photos on the Greenshifters website we are using as one way to sell our house.
Dinner - Potato, Chickpea and Cous Cous Curry.
Served with 100g of Cous Cous
There was enough made for Alan to have a portion with rice for his evening meal and for a good sized tub full to be saved for a meal for me next week.
So now I don't need to worry about my missing sausages!!