Every day at the end of classes I am starving. Literally can not wait to get home and start making dinner. I started to ask myself why this was. Well it probably has something to do with the fact that I stalk food blogs instead of pay attention in class like I should. I need to stop doing this for two reasons – (1) I need to pay attention in class. (2) I need to stop eating stuff so early because then I get hungry again and eat late. Which is bad.
But I did want to share some of the things I have been making over the past few weeks that are not my own creation. These following recipes all come from my favorite food blogs! So take a look and see what you find that you enjoy!
This recipe is from Skinny Taste. One of my favorites. Its delicious. And I made it just in time for Mardi Gras.
It does take a little longer, but its worth it. I also added some green onions and mixed those in with the chicken and peppers. It also makes enough to last for almost a whole week of lunches. Perfect for a busy law student.
If you haven’t noticed by now, I love curry. Curry everything. So when I saw this pop up on one of my favorite blogs, I jumped at it! My roommates may have hated me that day because I made it the same day I made Curried Chickpea Stew (recipe coming soon!) and our whole apartment smelled like curry. (Sorry guys!!!) Anyways, this was delicious.
I put in too many peppers and onions, and didn’t use enough egg. But it tasted good. I also left out the mango. Mostly because I didn’t have any. Another suggestion – if you are like me, and want a standard egg salad but lightened up, you don’t have to take out ALL of the yolks. Half and half are fine!
Oh my goodness was this a great recipe! I loved it! I, again, did not have the correct type of sausage, so I used turkey sausage instead. (I know, I really need to go grocery shopping…)
Obviously, it would have been better with real andouille sausage, but alas, this had to do. And I still loved it! Very simple recipe. But really good. I mean, who doesn’t love anything with creole seasoning!
Ok friends, go try some of these out! And while you’re at it – explore some of the other great recipes on these blogs! They are wonderful!! And most of them are really healthy too!