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Here’s what we’re cooking to survive Quarantine

With the COVID-19 pandemic accelerating in alarming speed it’s a crucial occasion. Many people have already died due to the lack of details sarma recept kulinarika about the disease.

This is what you should eat and not eat! Eat This, Not That! We gathered online to share some of our dishes from quarantine, in order to assist one another through this difficult period of time.

We’d like to teach you how to create our designs.

1. Dark Chocolate Chip Banana Nut Bread

“I followed my mom’s recipe. However, I added chocolate chunks of dark. Chocolate makes everything taste better. Bake the cake at 350F for 50 mins. The top will appear slightly crisper, however the inside will stay soft and soft. Inside, the chocolate is perfect. Because there’s nothing better than an ounce of both I’m over the walnuts and chocolate. This bread is an authentic taste for comfort.

2. Shakshuka

“I was walking on Sunday when I noticed my favorite hummus shop open a market to sell their goods such as their amazing fresh pita bread. It made me hungry for shakshuka. I could have made the ETNT version of shakshuka or the Italian version of eggs-inpurgatory. But I decided to make my own with ingredients I found in my pantry and fridge.

Sauteed peppers and onions, garlic, tomatoes roasted on fire as well as four eggs. This breakfast is topped with feta cheese, chopped parsley and pita bread. I kept the pita breads in freezers and then toast each one according to the need.

3. Philly Cheesesteaks

My mom cooked Philly Cheesesteaks with onions and bell peppers. Mama served the potato dish with a dish of baked potatoes seasoned with salt, garlic fresh rosemary, salt. I love to dip them in the Trader Joe’s organic, organic ketchup. I added mayonnaise as well as additional cheese on top of my cheesesteak to boost its flavor. To make it more vibrant, I tossed strawberries to my plate. An additional note: Toasting a bun is 100 percent the best choice.

4. Lentil Soup

“I have enjoyed lentil soup for a lunch while working remotely. It is possible to make it from scratch with all the pantry ingredients you have at hand or you can buy it ready-made and freeze it to use later. I’m an avid Ina Garten fan. We actually reside in the same town. Since the beginning of last week, she’s posted simple recipes on Instagram. Her Stewed Tomatoes & Lentils recipe is the inspiration behind my recipe.

5. Grits + Toast + Egg

My husband and I both have different schedules for work. My husband is usually asleep when he returns home at night, whereas I get up early to get to work every morning. We now can have breakfast in the morning while I work remotely. Breakfast typically includes eggs bacon, eggs, fruit and toast. Sometimes, grits can be served. Although it’s not the most fancy of meals but it’s a chance to bond in a relaxed and positive environment.