I think the title says it all really. I was so gung-ho last time I posted to get on board and clean up my act. And then this happened.
And even a little of this got made.
Ugh! At least lunch was paleo. I found these (slightly weird) sweet potato noodles. Which means I can whip up a 100% paleo friendly bowl of ramen, chock full of vegetables and other bits from the fridge.
It’s the perfect thing for a snowy day. Here’s how I made it. There’s no recipe because it is truly the kind of thing I make to clean out the refrigerator. I defrosted about a quart of homemade stock. This time it was turkey stock from our thanksgiving turkey. I added some sliced ginger, some garlic cloves and if I had had them, I might have added 1 or 2 pods of star anise. But I didn’t have any, so I didn’t add it. And it was still good. Then I soft boiled an egg in the stock (6 min, just let it go). I drained out the garlic and ginger and then I cooked the noodles in the stock. They took 5-6 minutes. I dumped them in a bowl with all the leftover veggies that I collected out of my refrigerator and sautéed sliced mushrooms.
Except maybe with my breakfast this morning. It was so yummy and a little weird. I crumbled some really good quality feta, topped it with berries, coconut and almonds, poured almond milk all over it and dug in.