I’ve had a few requests from people wanting to know what I eat on a daily basis. Of course I don’t eat the same thing everyday, but I decided to photograph what I ate today, which will hopefully give you guys some breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas. I’m not saying this is what you should be eating, some people will eat more, some will eat less, but this is just to show what I personally like to eat on a daily basis. I hope you enjoy this little insight, and I hope to do more posts like this to give you guys some ideas.
Breakfast: Mushrooms on gluten/wheat/dairy free bread.
Snack: Smoothie with 1x banana, 1x kiwi fruit, half a cup of crushed frozen pineapple, half a cup of soy milk.
Lunch: Salad with lettuce, ham, tomato, red onion, raisons, nuts and balsamic vinegar dressing.
Dinner: Angus beef & thyme sausages, sweet potato (kumara) mash, peas, sweetcorn & green beans.
This breakfast is so tasty and really filling, so its great when you want a hearty breakfast at the start of a big day. Its so simple, which makes it even better.
You will need (to make 3 kumara hash cakes = 1 serving): Half of 1 large orange kumara, 2 eggs, tspn of dried mixed herbs, pinch of salt and pepper, olive oil.
– Peel and grate the kumara and flatten the grated kumara out on a paper towel and pat out the moisture.
– Place in a mixing bowl with the dried herbs, salt, pepper and 1 egg.
– Mix the grated mixture together and form 3 round flattened cake shapes in your hands.
– In a frying pan, heat a little olive oil and brown off the hash cakes on each side. When they are done, place them on a paper towel to dry some of the oil off.
– Boil a pan of water and place your egg in to poach.
– Place your poached egg on top of the hash cakes, the egg acts as a sauce for the hash cakes.