By virtue of almost everything in this recipe being canned, this isn't the most healthy meal. Still, it's several servings of fruit and veggies, so it ain't all bad. Also, the canned chickpeas have no salt added and no sodium, so that's a plus. Right?
Lazy Approach to a Recipe by Contentedness Cooking | Serves: 4 | Time: ~15 min
20 oz canned young #jackfruit in brine, washed and drained
4 tbsp red curry paste
1/2 cup onions, chopped
5 cloves garlic
1 14 oz can lite coconut milk
3/4 cup cooked #chickpeas (I got from a can)
1 cup #mango, chopped (I used canned)
S&P, to taste
4 servings of cooked #quinoa
Start cooking your quinoa according to package instructions. Then turn back to the main recipe.
Heat a bit oil in a pot. Start by adding garlic and onions. Fry them at medium heat for about 4 minutes.
Next add the jackfruit cubes, coconut milk, curry paste, and chickpeas. Cook for 5 minutes longer.
Finally, add the mango to the pot and cook for another 2 minutes.
Serve in bowls or on plates over quinoa. Season with some S&P. I actually only used salt.
You can serve over rice, of course. That's why I added to the noodles and rice category.
Food & Drink
8 glasses of water
2 cups of coffee
1 cup of decaf
Leftover eggplant noodles
1 piece of provolone
White wine with dinner
5 pieces of Kashi shredded wheat
4.75+ miles of walking