Eating greens can seem bland – so how do you make it more interesting, add a variety of flavours so it’s not the same everyday and make it filling? Today, I’ve flavoured it with the usual spices and the addition of mustard and soy sauce (or tamari which is what I’ve used), I’ve also added chickpeas for some good plant-based protein and served this with edamame spaghetti – again protein-rich but also filling! You can make a larger quantity so it lasts you for 2 days!
Any greens – I used:
Handful dark leafy greens
1/4 broccoli boiled
1 tin chickpeas
1 tbsp mustard
1 tbsp tamari or soy sauce
1/4 tsp turmeric
1/4 tsp salt
50g edamame spaghetti, to boil ~ or serve with rice, quinoa, any grain you like
Boil the spaghetti to start with. Now, in a large pan simply fry the cumin seeds in sesame oil, then, once cumin seeds are slightly brown, add onions, then the garlic and ginger and sesame seeds. Now add all the chopped greens you’re using. Stir this for a few minutes, then add the chickpeas and all the rest of the ingredients. Taste for salt and flavour – add anything else you like!
Hey beautiful people – hope you’re all safe and well and settling into home life.
but the sun is really lifting my spirits!
currently sitting by the window and in the sun, and going for a run later (Check out [...]
I just spent 5 days in the Mulshi hills, a few hours drive from Mumbai, cleansing, having juices, lights soups, massages and more at a wellness resort called Atmantan, one of the recommendations at the back of my book.