Today I decided to make salmon with potatoes and steamed broccoli. I meal prepped for this one so I have made sure the food will last till Friday.

For this I used:

Salmon (4 fillets of 125 gr each)
16 small potatoes
1 lemon
1 lime

How to:

1. Start off with the fillet and put it in foil and season with salt, pepper and two slices of either lemon or lime before securing it. Do the same for all fillets. Let cook for 15-20 minutes on 175 degrees.

2. Boil the potatoes until they're ready

3. Steam the broccoli (as much as you like)

In case you want something to help with the dry food, you can buy this quick sauce that is on the picture.

Unfortunately nothing in this dish was organic.

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Today I spent the evening with friends and we decided to make Pad Thai which is some kind of noodle dish with chicken. It is possible to make this a vegetarian dish by excluding the chicken.

I used the ingredients on the first photo. For this you'll need (3-4 servings):

3 chicken file
300 grams of rice noodles or regular egg noodles
2 onions

1 tablespoon of fish sauce
1 1/2 tablespoons of oyster sauce (I used 3-4)
1/2 tablespoon of Chinese soy
3 garlic cloves
3 tablespoons of water
Juice of one lime
1-2 chilis
1 teaspoon of sugar

2 1/2 dl of sprouts
2 egg

Garnish with chopped cilantro and peanuts (I used cashews)

I tried to use as much organic foods I could.

How to make this:

1.Cook noodles according to instructions

2. Heat up a wok pan with some oil. Shred the chicken and slice the onion to large pieces. Cook in the pan till the chicken turns goldish.

3. Make the sauce by mixing water, lime juice, soy, oyster sauce, fish sauce, sugar, nicely chopped chili and chopped garlic.

4. Pour the noodles and sprouts into the chicken and cook with some more oil in the pan. Let it cook for a minute.

5. Pour the sauce into the noodles and let it cook for a few minutes.

6. Gently whip the eggs and pour into pan. The food is ready when the eggs have settled.

Ready to serve



It has been a while since I created this blog and still no entry has shown up, this is because I've been trying to settle down in my new apartment and buy all the kitchen utensils I might need for my new cas project. I am not really there yet but I thought I could at least upload the things I manage to do in the kitchen.
Originally, my idea was to meal prep and make sure I have food for at least 3-4 days in order to save time, however, I have noticed my kitchen including refrigerator and freezer are too small. So what I'm doing now is that I will upload whatever I cook in my kitchen, focusing mainly on organic food and hopefully contribute with some creativity to other students living alone or at home.

My meals can range from breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner. So I hope you will enjoy this as much as I know I will.

I have decided to make an omelet with mushrooms and kiwi on the side along with some yoghurt.
Everything on this picture is organic except for the yoghurt.

To start off I mix two eggs together with half a deciliter of milk. Then I add in the mushrooms and flavor it with salt and pepper.

Heat up a pan with some butter (I used olive oil because I had no butter at home) and add in the eggs.
Let it cook for 1-2 minutes and remove from pan.

Peel and slice the kiwis and pour into a plate.
Pour some yoghurt onto a plate as well.

You can top this up with organic tea or coffee however I knew this would get me full so I chose not to.

There you have it, a healthy, mainly organic and easy breakfast perfect for a school day!

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