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Here’s what we’re cooking in order to be able to survive Quarantine

This is a moment of unprecedented urgency with the COVID-19 epidemic accelerating. Many people have already died because we don’t know enough details about the disease.

Eat This, Not That! The team of Eat This, Not That! We gathered online to share some of our recipes that we have made during quarantine, in order sarma recept kulinarika to help one another through this challenging time.

We’d love to share with you our creations and how to make them.

1. Dark Chocolate Chip Banana Nut Bread

“I used my mom’s recipe. However, I added chocolate chunks of dark. Chocolate can make everything taste better. Bake at 350°F for about 50 minutes. The top will be slightly crisper, but the inside will be soft and moist. Inside, the chocolate is delicious. Since there’s nothing better that a little bit of both I’m usually heavily consuming chocolate and walnuts. This bread is delicious and delicious.

2. Shakshuka

“I was walking along on Sunday when I saw my go-to hummus shop set up a market to sell their items such as their amazing fresh pita bread. It made me want shakshuka. It was feasible to make the ETNT version of Shakshuka , or the Italian eggs-in-purgatory version, but I decided to create my own from ingredients I found in my fridge and pantry.

Sauteed onions, peppers, and garlic. Then, added tomatoes that had been roasted in the fire, and finally, four eggs. The breakfast is finished with Parsley and feta cheese. To preserve my pita I kept them frozen and then toasted each one whenever I needed to.

3. Philly Cheesesteaks

My mother made Philly Cheesesteaks with onions and bell peppers. Mama served the potatoes alongside a dish of baked potatoes, sprinkled with garlic, salt fresh rosemary, salt. I like to dip them into the Trader Joe’s organic, organic ketchup. I also added mayonnaise , and some cheese on top of my cheesesteak to boost the flavor. To make the meal even more vibrant, I tossed strawberries on my plate. Side note: Toasted buns are 100 percent the best choice.

4. Lentil Soup

While working remotely, I have enjoyed lentil soup for lunch. It can be made from scratch using all the pantry ingredients you have available or buy it ready-made and freeze it for later use. I am a huge Ina Garten fan. We actually reside in the same city. She’s started posting simple recipes on Instagram since the last week. Her Stewed Tomatoes & Lentils recipe inspired my version.

5. Grits + Toast + Egg

My husband and myself have different work schedules. My husband is usually asleep after returning home at night, whereas I get up early to am up for work every day. We now can have breakfast together as I work remotely. Breakfast usually consists of eggs bacon, eggs, fruit and toast. Sometimes, grits might be served. It’s not fancy but it’s a chance for us to spend time together in positive settings.