Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Leftovers into soup


Lunch today... a simple wrap with the leftover adzuki bean patties on a low carb lavash with peppers, mushroom and onions, jalapenos, bbq sauce and vegenaise dressing.


Last night's dinner turned into leftovers. I pressure cooked some chickpeas and mixed them with the angel hair and toped with fresh spinach just before serving.. oh and some yeasty parmesan. Water created the broth and it was much better than the pic portrays.
The view outside my window.

10 comments:

  1. Adzuki beans are so pretty, aren't they? Though sometimes they can hard to find.

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  2. Looks delicious! Hope you aren't too lonely! Call me! {{{{{Mel}}}}

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  3. my goodness, your leftovers never cease to amaze me - the wrap AND the angel-hair pasta dish (with chickpeas! yum!) look incredible; and speaking of incredible - the view out of your window is positively BREATHTAKING!!

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  4. What a view! I would love to live right by the ocean.... all the sounds are so calming and the air so refreshing.

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  5. Wow, looks like you've got a really great new location! I love being near the ocean. Your meals look simply delicious as always. Hope the adjustment is going as smoothly as can be expected.

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  6. Oh my, I just read through your previous posts. I'm so sorry about your recent personal problems. Hopefully things will get better :)

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  7. Oh Melody, I have so been behind on blog reading- I completely missed what's been going on.

    You oceanview is amazing and I am excited for your new life. I'm sure it's been difficult, but with a little time and a lot of support from friends & your blogger friends...things will be good.

    And your food still looks as yummy as ever.

    Hugs,
    vko

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  8. I just made leftover veggies soup today and it turned out wonderfully. I love your view- you live right by the water?

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  9. P.S. thanks so much for your habanero sauce recipe! I can't get enough!

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  10. oh Mel, I understand completely your transitional state o mind! I moved away from the town my ex and I shared for many years. the first summer I had to send my kids away I was a blubbering, good for nothing wreck of a mom.. I absolutely did not know what to with myself let alone cook or how to cook/shop for one. It is crazy but, it does get easier! I know that sounds very cliche' but it is true. take care of your self!

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