couscous and other noms

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Browned 2 cloves chopped garlic in olive oil, added 1 cup whole wheat Israeli couscous and browned it, added about 4 cups kale, a small can of diced tomatoes, and a generous glug of orange juice, soy sauce, salt, marjoram, and a cinnamon stick. Stirred and simmered till all the liquid was absorbed, then poured toasted sesame oil over the top and mixed in chopped toasted pecans and capers.


the other night, I made Moroccan-esque ground turkey cooked with cinnamon, sugar, cumin, asafoetida, nutmeg, salt, pepper, and soy sauce, with two chopped fresh tomatoes, and a few slices of chopped dried persimmon standing in for raisins. served over quinoa with steamed broccoli.

breakfast the other day: scrambled eggs with soy sauce, sugar, and cottage cheese, and a generous handful of fresh arugula (not cooked, just sprinkled over the top). 


Written by orata

May 15, 2014 at 3:56 pm

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