Serves 8, your time = 5 mins, cooking time = 0.
One serving contains 11.3g protein, 5g carbs and 0.2g of fiber for 4.8g of net carbs.
Friday, January 20, 2012
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Serves 8, your time = 20mins, cooking time = 4-6 hours.
One serving contains 16.5g protein, 4.7g carbs and 1.2g of fiber for 3.5g of net carbs
I found this recipe in Chang, Sun-youns’s fantastic book called A Korean Mothers Cooking Notes. I purchased my copy on my first trip to Korea after falling in love with the people and their cuisine. My Korean college helped me choose, advising that it was indeed full of authentic and popular Korean dishes. It is available on Amazon in hardback and softback.
Monday, January 16, 2012
Serves 8, your time = 1 hour, cooking time = 30 mins.
One serving contains 25.1 protein, 11.1g carbs and 5.7g of fiber
I think it tastes better and has a lower carb count than Atkins!
It does take some time to cook so when I do make it I like to make 2 baking tins and freez one. This serves 8.
Sunday, January 15, 2012
Serves 4, your time = 5mins, cooking time = 20mins.
One serving contains 18 protein, 14.6g carbs and 4.1g of fiber for 10.5g of net carbs.
Saturday, January 14, 2012
Serves 6, your time = 5mins, cooking time = 3 mins.
One serving is 36.2g of protein, 2.1g of carbohydrates and 1g of fiber so 1.1g net carbs
This is a great carb free starter or snack that takes about 5 minutes to cook.
We lived just south of Athens in a seaside town called Glyfada. There were lots of tavernas selling lots of fish, I remember these little fried fish well; I remember eating lots of them. They're amazingly easy to cook, a bit crunchy, and the flour coating soaks up the lemon perfectly.
Friday, January 13, 2012
I grew up traveling the world, living in a different country every year or two so I was exposed to world food from the start.
My first actual food memory is from when I was 4 years old. I was living in Uganda and I was helping our housekeeper gather great big grasshoppers to make a traditional Ugandan soup. Thanks to wikipedia I now know they were Nsenene or long-horned grasshoppers and that it was traditional for children to help collect the grasshoppers.