Well it's 9:36 and I just finished my dinner.
I worked until 7 and procrastinated cooking and eating for too long. This happens sort of often though.. I was in the mood for roasted zucchini and when I was looking in my fridge I completely forgot that I had broccoli. Broccoli, dear, I am sorry I forgot about you. Roasting veggies is the epitome of a low-maintenence dinner, side, or snack.
350 degree oven. Set to preheat. Wait. Done.
Toss veggies in a drizzle of olive oil, salt, pepper.
Pop them in the oven for 30 minutes.
The result. BAM. Soft, sweet, crispy veggies.
Decided to heat up some Amy's chunky vegetable soup and made a lil coconut 'english muffin' to dip.
Well this is awkward, now I have to start posting recipes. recipes...what are those? Just kidding!
Coconut flour is probably one of the most versatile staple ingredients that any person should keep in their pantry. Trader Joe's sells bags for $2.99. It has a subtle coconut flavor, yet slightly starchy and super filling when used for pancakes, cookies, cookie dough (yes I said cookie dough), and a multitude of other recipes. For this 'english muffin' I used:
1 tbsp coconut flour
1 tbsp water
1 tsp extra virgin olive oil
lil bit of salt
1/2 tsp baking soda
*Mix the ingredients in a microwave safe bowl, I used a shallow mug.
1:00 in the microwave and then I used the toaster oven to crisp it up. Moist, eggy, fluffy, English muffiny.
Feast your eyes. Dinner has been served. Also eaten.