Can not believe that that on Sunday we’ll be locking up this place for the last time! Unless we decide to move back in a few years of course😉 I still feel like sh*t, definitely got the flu. Fever is finally gone but got a bad cough, aches and the energy level are nonexistent..
I am so excited to move to Bournemouth and be living by the sea side. I’m so happy that Winter will be growing up in a beautiful place with nature on the doorstep! I don’t mean to hate on London, we have had some great times here but it’s not the place I want to raise my child.
Anyhow, trying to use up the last bits in the freezer and had these 2 yummy meals this week. They’ve been sitting in the freezer for a while! Cant wait to be settled in to our new flat, do a massive food shop and start cooking again.
Recipe for my Harissa Chickpeas, carrot and kidney beans here!
Happy Friday! Currently waiting for Jack who’s been down in Bournemouth all week! He should be home any minute now, yeey!
If you’re not sure what to have for dinner tonight then why not make this super easy bean curry, So yummy and dead easy to make!
Recipe 3 or 4 portions
1/2 Onion, Chopped
2 Carrots, Chopped in to small pieces
2 tbsp oil
1-2 tbsp Curry powder
2 tbsp flour
200ml coconut milk
1 veggie stock cubes
2 tins white beans
Salt and peppar to taste
Fry onion and carrots in the oil until the onions start to go clear. Add the curry powder and flour, stir it all in and cook for a few more minutes. Add the stock cube, water and coconut milk. Simmer until its thickened slightly then add the beans. Salt and peppar to your liking. This is a real favourite in my household!😍
I always double the recipe so that I can freeze some! Love a freezer friendly meal 😉
Happy humpday! Half way through the working week already! The weeks are flying.. Jack’s working hard on the flat down in Bournemouth, I can’t wait to get down there in April!! So excited to spend the summer by the sea side.
Made this lentil curry a few weeks back, another super yummy and healthy freezer friendly meal! Jack has always said that he’s not a fan of lentils but he happily ate this dish! Thumbs up from both of us!
Recipe 4 portions
2 Red onions
3 garlic cloves
250g red lentils
2 tins coconut milk
2 veggie stock cubes
400g cherry tomatoes
Bunch of fresh coriander
Juice of one lemon
2 tbsp curry powder
1 tsp cinnamon
Bit of water (depends on how thick you want your curry)
Salt and peppar to taste
Chop red onion and garlic then fry in the oil for a few minutes until onions have softened a bit. Then add curry and cinnamon, fry for a few more minutes then add everything else, (apart from the coriander, add that right at the end) simmer until lentils are soft! So so simple anyone can do it! Super yummy with rice or just a salad😊