Eating up what’s in the pantry so I could make room for other dry and canned products. I’ve had these pho noodles for about six months and because herbs don’t last very long, I figured I could use up the herbs this way.
This pho is really easy to make. I pretty much boil any kind of beef (normally, I’ll use ox tail but they were out) then add beef broth and a few shakes of star anise powder along with some salt and pepper. If I have lemongrass, I’ll cut some up and throw it in there. That’s pretty much it. This is how my youngest likes her pho (with no herbs or hot sauce). She says I make the best homemade pho. She also says, I make the best kapoon, spaghetti, baked breaded chicken, baked salmon, scrambled eggs, etc.
I’ve been working on eating healthier and thought I’d share some of those food. Not everything is healthy yet but I’m getting there.
Deli Cajun turkey sandwich with thin pretzels and hummus. Sausage stir fry with cabbage and a side of white rice. I have reduced my intake of white rice to almost nothing and it feels great!
Kao piak. The noodles are made with rice powder and glutenous rice powder. This is one comfort food I don’t think I can ever stop eating but I’m going to limit how much I eat. It’ll be hard because it is so good. Zucchini spaghetti with turkey meat marinara and a side of roasted asparagus and French bread.
Quinoa tabbouleh and baked herb breaded chicken breasts. First time making tabbouleh and loved it!
Fish tacos. First time fish taco maker and it turned out so refreshing and delicious!
Left over fish taco fish, slaw, and avocado with left over tabbouleh. Deli Cajun turkey on nut bread with side of Lays Potato Chips. I have a hard time eating sandwiches without something crunchy to go with it so that’s something I’ll need to work on.