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Here’s what we’re making to stay alive in Quarantine

This is a moment of unprecedented urgency with the COVID-19 pandemic at full speed. A lot of people have already died due to the lack of details about the disease.

Eat This, Not That! The team from Eat This, Not That! We met online to discuss some of our dishes from the quarantine area, to help one sarma recept kulinarika another through this challenging time.

We’d like to demonstrate how you can make our creations.

1. Dark Chocolate Chip Banana Nut Bread

“I took my mom’s recipe, but I added dark chocolate morsels. I’m convinced that chocolate enhances everything. Bake at 350F for 50 minutes. The top will be slightly crisp, but the inside is soft and moist. The chocolate’s interior is delicious. Because there’s nothing better than just a tiny bit of both, I tend to be very heavy on chocolate and walnuts. This bread is a comfort food and delicious.

2. Shakshuka

“I went for a walk one Sunday, and I saw my favourite Hummus shop open the market to sell their products. Also, they had fresh pita bread. It made me want shakshuka. I could have prepared the ETNT version of shakshuka as well as the Italian version egg-in-purgatory, however I chose to make my own with ingredients I found in my pantry and fridge.

Sauteed onions and peppers, garlic, tomatoes roasted on fire and four eggs. Breakfast is topped with feta cheese along with chopped parsley and pita bread. To preserve my pita, I frozen them and then toasted each one whenever I needed to.

3. Philly Cheesesteaks

My mom prepared Philly Cheesesteaks, with onions and bell peppers. Mama served the potato with the baked potatoes. I like to dip them in the organic mustard from Trader Joe’s. I also added mayonnaise , and some cheese to my cheesesteak to enhance the flavor. In order to make my dinner more colorful I added some strawberries to my plate. Side note: Toasted buns are the perfect alternative.

4. Lentil Soup

“I have enjoyed lentil soup for lunch when working at home. It can be prepared from scratch using all the ingredients in your pantry at hand You can also buy it already made and then freeze it to use later. I’m an avid Ina Garten fan. We actually live in the same town. She’s started posting simple recipes on Instagram since the last week. My take on her Stewed Tomatoes & Lentils recipe was inspired by her recipe.

5. Egg + Toast and Grits

My husband’s and my working schedules are very different. My husband usually sleeps in his bed at night, while I am up when I get to work every morning. We now can have breakfast with me while I work remotely. Breakfast will consist of eggs bacon, eggs, fruit and toast. Sometimes, grits might be served. It’s not expensive, but it’s an opportunity to spend time together in a positive setting.