Well, not me. Especially not when it comes to food. When you have a super special custom eater for a toddler and you can’t handle grains, things get a little dicy.
So, I want to make easy things. And if it’s healthy, even better. Because you know what should be easy? Eating. In this day and age, eating should be the easiest thing we do. So, I’m on a campaign to make easy, healthy food that doesn’t require magic or rare ingredients from exotic places like Whole Foods. Just real food, you guys. Foods that nourish and feed your belly and give our bodies energy and the builidng blocks it needs to function well.
I’m starting in the easiest way possible: Frozen vegetables, with a side of canned coconut milk and a bit of hot curry powder.
- 1 12 bag of frozen vegetables (I like cauliflower, or something with cauliflower in it because of texture)
- 1/2 can full fat coconut milk
- 1 Tbsp (more for spicy, less for not) hot curry powder
- 1 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp pepper
- In a medium or small saucepan, dump the bag of frozen veggies, coconut milk, and spices. Heat on medium heat for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally. Cook longer if you want to saturate the veggies with the curry flavor.
- Eat it.
Optional edit: You can pour this over rice or quinoa. This feeds one person in my house without the rice, and sometimes even with the rice because when it comes to veggies, we don’t edit ourselves. I also like to sprinkle some fresh chopped cilantro on top of it for a bright contrast to the creamy deliciousness of the curry.
Keep It Easy,