I always have such good intentions when it comes to food. I often go to bed after reading a cookbook and dream about the amazingly healthy and delicious food that I will make the next day. “Tomorrow will be different,” I tell myself. “Tomorrow I will cook a healthy lunch for myself, do some baking and
perhaps even change out of my PJ’s before lunch.”
Here is what I cooked:
I got the idea out of a cookbook from the library a few weeks ago, but I can’t remember which book it was! I call it slightly spicy egg and lentils. Yum!
Lentils are actually full of protein, fibre and iron, so this was quite a healthy lunch. Also, lentils are not only good for you but they’re also really cheap. It’s a win-win situation.
I don’t have an official recipe as yet, but here is the general idea: (all measurements are approximate, have fun, throw things in – odds are that it’ll taste good.)
Mmmm! Runny yolk!
Author information: Theresa, New Zealand
Theresa loves eating, which is often her motivation for doing anything. Scream “”dark chocolate”” in her vicinity and she’s there, nomming on it before you can say “”holy cadbury Batman!”” She is not a doctor, chef or nutritionist, but is merely curious and loves researching things. Theresa is from New Zealand, which is not only populated by many birds and sheep, but also a growing number of gluten-free people. She loves being gluten-free, even though it’s hard sometimes, and she has made it her mission to enjoy the gluten-free life and encourage others to do the same.