PREP, PICS, AND DINNER

FRESH VEGGIES FOR MOROCCAN STEW

FRESH VEGGIES FOR MOROCCAN STEW

Well, that was a marathon – I fixed Moroccan Stew tonight but the process that usually takes me a little over an hour took close to 3 hours. First, I had to cook the garbanzo beans (in the pressure cooker) but that was only the beginning. I was not only the chef, sous-chef, and clean-up person, but I was the photographer, too! Each step of the way taking pics of all the stuff. That just takes LOTS of time. Anyway, I think I got lots of good pics to choose from and I verified the amounts in the recipe to be sure they are correct. Dinner was yummy! Worth the wait.

MOROCCAN STEW

YUMMY DINNER OF MOROCCAN STEW!

Turns out that the “serving amounts” (1 cup of each of the cooked grain and one cup of the Moroccan Stew) is a large serving for my farmer-husband but I was satisfied with 1/2 cup of each. That reduces the calories, fat, salt by 50% for my serving size. Nice. Will post the MOROCCAN STEW to the recipe list in a day or 2. I have to enter it in the blog, double check the nutritional analysis and get the pics sorted and edited. Also have to go to work in the AM so can’t do more tonight or tomorrow. We will all have to wait, and I am VERY anxious to have this one on the list as it is VERY GOOD!

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