It’s an unprecedented moment with the COVID-19 outbreak roaring at the speed of light. A lot of people have already died because we don’t know enough details about the disease.
This is what you should eat and not eat! The team from Eat This, Not That! We met online to discuss some of our dishes from the quarantine area, to support one another during this challenging moment.
We’d love to show you how to make our own creations.
1. Dark Chocolate Chip Banana Nut Bread
“I tried my mom’s recipe of banana-nut bread, but added dark chocolate morsels to it. Chocolate makes everything taste better. Bake it at 350degF for about 50 minutes. This will leave the top somewhat crispy but keep the inside will be moist and soft. Inside, the chocolate is delicious. Nothing is better than just a little bit of each. I tend to favor the walnuts and chocolate. This bread is a comfort food and delicious.
“I was walking along on Sunday when I spotted my favourite hummus shop open a market to sell their products including their delicious, fresh pita bread. This made me hungry for shakshuka. I could have prepared the ETNT version of shakshuka as well as the Italian version eggs-in-purgatory, but I chose to make my own from ingredients I found in my pantry and fridge.
Sauteed peppers, onions, and garlic. They were then added fire-roasted tomatoes, and finally, four eggs. This breakfast is topped with feta cheese along with chopped parsley and pita bread. I kept my pita breads frozen and then toasted them according to the need.
3. Philly Cheesesteaks
My mom prepared Philly Cheesesteaks, with onions and bell sarma recept kulinarika peppers. Mama served the potatoes with a dish of baked potatoes sprinkled with garlic, salt fresh rosemary, salt. I like to dip them in the organic mustard of Trader Joe’s. I also added mayonnaise , and some cheese in my cheesesteaks to increase its flavor. In order to make my dinner more colorful I added strawberries on my plate. Side note: A toasted bun is 100 percent the best choice.
4. Lentil Soup
“I have been enjoying lentil soup as lunch when working at home. It can be made with the pantry ingredients you have available or you can buy the soup already prepared and store it to make later. I’m a huge Ina Garten fan. We actually reside in the same city. She’s been posting simple recipes on Instagram since the beginning of last week. Her Stewed Tomatoes & Lentils recipe was the inspiration for my own version.
5. Egg + Toast and Grits
My husband and mine working schedules are very different. My husband usually sleeps after returning home in the evening, and I get up early to am up for work every day. Now that I work from home, we can have brunch together every morning before he gets to work. Breakfast will consist of eggs bacon, fruit, and toast. Sometimes, grits could be served. It’s not fancy but it’s a chance to be together in a positive environment.