I’m making an effort to try recipes that I wouldn’t automatically be attracted to, for the sake of opening my mind and finding new go-to meals and foods. I have always been turned off by chicken on the bone. Having been a vegetarian for 5 years might do most of the explaining for that, but I also don’t like all the junk that you have to eat or sift through with chicken on the bone, like skin, fat, veins, weird pieces of slimy meat, etc. But I decided to give this a try anyway.
So easy. I’d love recos for a mandoline slicer with attachments for making matchstick veggies.
Hot damn, I got to find out what ramekins are and order them on Amazon for this one.
I’m not gonna lie, a meal plan that tells me to eat leftovers for breakfast and lunch is freaking amazing. This is the only meal I’ll be cooking today and that’s just how I like it.
Rice that’s not rice? I’ll take it!
Would’ve helped if I had really looked at what was needed for this meal plan before a few hours prior to cooking it. This bad boy needs to cook 6-7 hours, so I’ll be swapping this with tomorrow nights “Taco Night” dinner.
I’m still quite full from the quiche this morning and having a banana and some prunes for snack. I’m planning to cook this and save it for another day.
Kicking off Day 1 of Week 1 of the Primal experiment with a bang. Like all the recipes for this plan, I pulled this from Everyday Paleo Family Cooking. I normally eat oatmeal, cereal or yogurt for breakfast and I’m totally not used to spending more than 10 minutes preparing food for the family so this caught me off guard. This recipe is great for making ahead. Next time I make it (and I will definitely be making it again), I will make 2 and freeze one. Quiche’s hold up great in the freezer and this is a really delicious meal to have in reserves.
Technically this is the “last supper” meal before starting the first week’s meal plan. This is the second time I’ve cooked this and I really enjoy it.