Anyway that again goes to show do things first that are required first. Konda wanted those Chocolate Pancake for breakfast and I made this quick Tomato Macaroni that she likes for lunch.
There is no recipe at all. You just add as you make it. Boil Macaroni in lots of water along with 2 drops of oil. When the Macaronis are done, drain them in a colander. Heat a pan with 1/2 tsp oil. Toss the boiled Macaroni to it and swirl so that oil is well coated. Add Tomato Sauce as required, which is normally about 2 tsp, Salt and pepper for taste.
Cook on high so that this gets coated well and done. You can add grated cheese, onions and so many based on what your kid eats.
If you are looking for other versions, you can try this Masala Macaroni
Work at office was too hectic and that prevented me from eating on time. Everything got postponed to the next slot. still it didn't matter much.
7.00 - 7.10 -am - Warm up
8 am - Coffee with biscuits
10.00 am - 1 slice of bread
11.15 am - 1 bowl of Veg Soup with 2 Breads slices
12.30 pm Buttermilk
2.00 pm Lunch - 2 pulkas, Dal with Greens, Radish with split yellow moong dal
4.30 pm - Mixed lentil salad
Today being Shivaratri, it is traditional at home to make Ulavala Charu with Dosa. Though I didn't make Amma made and sent it to me. I just couldn't say no..
Walk on the weekend, weekdays are so busy for you as I can see. You work at home and then you work outside too. You are very strong woman.
Hope you have a maid to help you there. We don't have that choice here unfortunately, sick or feeling okay everyday, just have to get up and do it anyway.
Food looks great, keep it up.It's okay to eat a bit more on Festival days girl, don't feel guilty. Happy ShivaRatri. I made a thali today, will post.
Deepa G Joshi says
hey you doing a great job here..I am following all the diet posts along with the usual ones..Great help..
seriously starting on walk is something one needs to push oneself..:(
Sure Asha, will try doing that..:)..thank you so much for the motivation and kids words. Yes I do have a help with the household work, but unfortunately for the past week the lady hasn't been coming. It has become so tough for us. We are managing somehow. Athamma is a swell, so I am lucky. But I do understand how tougher it must be for folks in other place, where there is no help. I really admire you ladies! Will check out the post for sure.
Deepa, glad you are following, will check on you soon.