Here's a quick run down on the challenge.
Thursday - I had porridge for breakfast, cheese cob for lunch, Lentil burgers and potato wedges ( one potato, oils salt and pepper and garlic granules) for evening meal
Friday - Porridge or breakfast, lentil soup for lunch. Bubble and squeak, an egg and a third of a tin of baked beans for evening meal
Saturday - porridge for breakfast, boiled egg for lunch. Jacket potato, coleslaw and cheese for evening meal.
As ED, her husband and daughter were here for evening meal I also tried out a fish recipe on them and D. I'm always looking for new ways to cook fish, especially Ling, which is a favourite of ours that D. catches on rod and line off the coast of Cornwall. I mixed a paste of plain yoghurt ( Sainsburys cheapest) gram masala and salt. Using 3 pieces, I drizzled a little oil onto 3 sheets of greaseproof paper. I spread the yoghurt mix onto the top and bottom of each piece, laid a few pieces of thinly sliced onion on top and wrapped the parcels up and tied them with string. ( I also wrapped up an unspiced piece for granddaughter) I placed these on a baking tray for 20 minutes. Everybody liked fish cooked this way. This was just a taster and D. said he would liked them served with rice as a main meal. I was really pleased with the results.
The hens are really struggling with this snow and needing extra food as there in no forage for them. ( Okay ! joke over! Where's spring?!)
Early night for me - well 11 o'clock is early for me! So goodnight all and welcome to Lisamaywalters.