Vegetarian Miso Eggdrop Soup with udon noodles. this was a conglomeration of multiple recipes. I used a recipe @markbittman recipe for vegetarian Dashi and added some miso to make the base for the broth. Then used @budgetbytes recipe as the basis for the rest of it of the soup but added some garlic with the onions and ginger. In my world, almost everything benefits some garlic. To make it more of a substantial meal, I added some fresh udon noodles I found in the refrigerated section at the Asian Supermarket. Delicious. But definitely need to work on my chopstick game. 🍜
Oh the love for thai food, this restaurant has grown up with me since I was 7! I remember the days hanging out at dads shop and Jet would come by with this dish for me for lunch and I would scarf this down like I havent had a home cooked meal in week! this food will always warm my soul and feed back my happiness, I remember the smiles and Joy's when I was a kid.
Love bright colourful dishes 😍🌱💚🍲 Thai red noodle soup with coconut milk, udon noodles broccoli, bok choi, coriander, spring onions, onions, chilli yummm
Thanks @rachelama_ for sharing this gem on your youtube channel x
In my bio it says I like to pretend I’m vegan. I want to be vegan so bad, and I was for about six months. But then I remembered cheese exists. It’s a constant struggle for me, I definitely binge eat and stress eat to the point where I probably should seek medical help, but I refuse. I wont get into that, but I am constantly struggling with eating healthy as well as over eating. It is so easy to sit down and eat 3 bags of chips while watching Netflix. I really love healthy food, Fresh Kitchen is always a good option and I freakin’ love avocados, but eating too much of anything is bad. That’s where I struggle most. Anything healthy is not healthy when you eat 5 servings of it.
Since it’s still January, I want to talk more about my goals for the year. Specifically, for this post, regarding food and eating habits. This year I want to learn to control my portion sizes and focus on eating healthy and working my way back towards a vegan diet. While I was vegan, I felt so healthy and energized and now that I am back to eating cheese, and meat on occasion, I feel tired and miserable a lot of the time. I want to lose another 5 pounds (and keep it off) in 2019. I hate exercise and refuse to do any excess amount of it, which is why my weight loss goal is so small. Do you have any weight loss goals or healthy eating goals for the year?
Trying out new food after work because thats what we like to do :))
If you have endless love for chicken you must order their chicken karaage. I love the crunchiness of the chicken skin, at the same time the meat is so juicy and soft 8/10. Though, my udon noodles is a disappointment. The flavour and soup tasted very similar to restaurants around which makes me feel bored haft-way eating.
However, if youre a vegeterian you might like to try vege kakiage udon :) my friend enjoyed hers and said it very interesting 👌