What did you last eat?

Chadalina

Hall of Fame
9pc chicken fries, large onion rings and a dr pepper. She hooked me up, only $3.20 after tax

They also stuffed like 18 fries into the box, im stuffed
 
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Ronaldo

Talk Tennis Guru
Ham & cheese on wheat, chopped Kale salad w/red onions, thousand island dressing, three powdered donuts, maple flavoured yogurt, banana, coffee....................................................................all I remember
 

MichaelNadal

Bionic Poster
Ham & cheese on wheat, chopped Kale salad w/red onions, thousand island dressing, three powdered donuts, maple flavoured yogurt, banana, coffee....................................................................all I remember
Lol I've had 2 sandwiches the past day. Salami and Turkey with lettuce and Havarti cheese on honey wheat bread :) Been in a sandwich mood lately between meals
 

Chadalina

Hall of Fame
Lol I've had 2 sandwiches the past day. Salami and Turkey with lettuce and Havarti cheese on honey wheat bread :) Been in a sandwich mood lately between meals
Do you have a panni press? Makes your sandwich into a cuban, very good

 

Sentinel

Bionic Poster
Rice with back-eyes peas (lobia in our tongue).

Plus some bitter-gourd on the side. And left over potatoes.

Followed by plain home-made yogurt for dessert.
 

Sentinel

Bionic Poster
I had some leftover okra, cottage cheese (paneer) and some "pancakes" made of lentils for brekkie, and half an apple.

Followed by some black coffee.
 

megamind

Professional
I had some leftover okra, cottage cheese (paneer) and some "pancakes" made of lentils for brekkie, and half an apple.

Followed by some black coffee.
> pancakes

dosa or something else?

nice meal

add some minced lamb chili keema and it’d be sweet
 

ChaelAZ

Legend
Wife has had a bunch of work parties at the house lately so we had a bunch of veggies trays left. I chopped it all up in a pan and cooked it with teriaki sauce and sesame oil. Then put in some leftover grilled chicken. Let that simmer and did up Jasmine rice. Turned out great.
 

MichaelNadal

Bionic Poster
Wife has had a bunch of work parties at the house lately so we had a bunch of veggies trays left. I chopped it all up in a pan and cooked it with teriaki sauce and sesame oil. Then put in some leftover grilled chicken. Let that simmer and did up Jasmine rice. Turned out great.
Sounds amazing :)
 

Sentinel

Bionic Poster
> pancakes

dosa or something else?
No, this is a north indian pancake made of either bengal gram or lentils. It's called Chilla.


I have one, or 1.5 every morning, with some left-over veggies (today was Indian squash, and eggplant caviar (bharta), some pieces of cottage cheese (Amul paneer), a little Gouda cheese and half an apple.

I used to have a dosa for breakfast sometimes as a change but the powder i used to buy (MTR dosa mix) contained wheat and preservatives etc, so i discontinued that). Then I moved over to the MTR idli mix, but it is mainly rice based IIRC so I quit that too. What I currently have is higher in protein.
 

megamind

Professional
No, this is a north indian pancake made of either bengal gram or lentils. It's called Chilla.


I have one, or 1.5 every morning, with some left-over veggies (today was Indian squash, and eggplant caviar (bharta), some pieces of cottage cheese (Amul paneer), a little Gouda cheese and half an apple.

I used to have a dosa for breakfast sometimes as a change but the powder i used to buy (MTR dosa mix) contained wheat and preservatives etc, so i discontinued that). Then I moved over to the MTR idli mix, but it is mainly rice based IIRC so I quit that too. What I currently have is higher in protein.
interesting I've not tried this specific pancake, it reminds me of a besan puda pancake that I've had before

you make bharta sound so fancy, calling it caviar lol

are you a vegetarian?
 

Sentinel

Bionic Poster
interesting I've not tried this specific pancake, it reminds me of a besan puda pancake that I've had before

you make bharta sound so fancy, calling it caviar lol

are you a vegetarian?
Yes, I have had a puda once. In Atlanta when I visited some Indian friends in '95. I can't remember exactly so i can't say how similar it is. Puda may be a Punjabi thing, but chilla may be more North Indian.

Everyone here does not know besan or bharta so i have to use the closest English terms.

If you are in India or Delhi, you can get a chilla at Haldiram's. It's not that tasty or exciting, but i guess it is healthy.

Yes, I am a vegetarian, but not vegan. I do have milk products.
 
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