Here’s what we’re cooking to get through Quarantine

With the COVID-19 epidemic spreading at sarma recept kulinarika an alarming rate, this is a momentous period. We don’t know enough about the virus in order to provide some relief, and a lot of people have passed away.

Eat This, Not That! The team from Eat This, Not That! We met virtually to share some of our dishes from quarantine, and to aid one another in this challenging time.

We’d love to share with you our designs and how you can make them.

1. Dark Chocolate Chip Banana Nut Bread

“I followed my mom’s recipe for banana nut bread, but I added dark chocolate morsels to it. Chocolate makes everything taste better. Bake the cake at 350F for approximately 50 minutes. The exterior will be slightly crisper, however the inside will be soft and soft. The chocolate inside is delicious. There’s nothing better than just a little bit of each. I usually prefer chocolate and walnuts. This bread has a genuine taste for comfort.

2. Shakshuka

“I was out walking one Sunday and came across my favorite hummus shop opening an open market for their products. Also, they had fresh pita bread. It left me craving shakshuka. I could have prepared the ETNT version of shakshuka as well as the Italian version egg-in-purgatory, however I decided to create my own from ingredients I could find in my pantry and fridge.

Sauteed onions and peppers, garlic, tomatoes roasted on fire and four eggs. The breakfast is served with feta cheese and chopped parsley. I stored my pita breads in the freezer and then cooked each one whenever I needed.

3. Philly Cheesesteaks

My mom made Philly Cheesesteaks with onions and bell peppers. Mama served the potatoes along with a side dish of baked potatoes, seasoned with salt, garlic fresh rosemary, salt. I like to dip them in the organic mustard of Trader Joe’s. I also added mayonnaise , and some cheese to my cheesesteak to increase its flavor. To make it more vivid, I added strawberries on my plate. The side note is that a toasted bun is 100 % the most ideal choice.

4. Lentil Soup

While working remotely, I’ve been enjoying lentil soup for lunch. It is possible to make it with the pantry ingredients you have on hand You can also buy it ready-made and freeze it to use later. I am a huge Ina Garten fan. We actually live in the same city. Since last week, she has posted easy recipes on Instagram. Her Stewed Tomatoes & Lentils recipe was the inspiration for my own version.

5. Toast + Grits + Egg

My husband and myself have different schedules at work. He usually sleeps at night when he goes home, and I’m awake when get up in the morning to work. We now can have breakfast with me while I work remotely. Breakfast typically includes eggs, bacon, fruit and toast. Sometimes, grits can be served. Although it’s not the most fancy of meals it’s an opportunity to get together in a happy environment.

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