I just bought an iPad. It was on sale and I’ve wanted one for the longest time and I mastered using it by borrowing other people’s devices and I finally bought one. I also wanted to avoid using my laptop to give way to my younger brother and still get to publish my posts on the blog.
I’ve been feeling lazy lately and I noticed that I’ve been eating out more and the food choices that I’m picking is quite unhealthy. I need a change. I found out from an old podcast that I’ve downloaded that my favorite celebrity chef Jamie Oliver rarely had food made for him and he’s campaigning alternatives to consuming a “takeaway”.
Now I have two reasons to make my own meals. The first being my health and the second is I’m trying to cut on costs but I don’t want to compromise of the quality of the food I’m eating.
After church, I had a short bible study session with my friends over a meal at The Old Spaghetti house. I often look for inspiration for my meals when I eat out. This time, I want something simple and cheap that I can make really quick. I ordered the Vietnamese Garlic pasta.
Here’s what you need:
- Olive Oil
- Finely Chopped Garlic
- salt and pepper
- your choice of coriander,basil or parsley
Lets get started!
- Cook the pasta in salted boiling water.
- Sauté the garlic in olive oil until golden brown then add the cook pasta. Mix everything in. Transfer to plate.
- Top with herbs.
Simple right? Here’s a picture to show you what it looks like.
Thank you for reading.