RATATOUILLE CLASSIC VEGETABLE STEW by WorkWeekFoodie.com If you feel like having a spring in a bowl, vegetarian stew with fresh and light ingredients this classic dish will do. Very easy to prepare, full of vitamins and anti-oxidants. This vegetable stew will definitely feed your daily necessary veggies serving. Let’s get rolling Foodies!
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HEALTHY STRONGMAN SOUP by WorkWeekFoodie.com This soup is loaded with natural probiotics. People talk about the powerful forces of probiotics and most often then not nowadays reach out for pills. Why would you do that? Instead make this soup loaded with veggies and sour kraft (mega pro-biotic ingredient) and stock up on the supernatural powers of the real food.
GORGEOUS SPRING SALAD by WorkWeekFoodie.com This recipe happened when I found nothing left in my fridge on Thursday just before the weekend meal prep session for the next busy work week. I found some leftover greens and prepared a quick salad. Loaded with dark green leafy veggies, grains and seeds + heart healthy oils. Took literally 5-min to make. You simply need to add rich lean protein and you are all set.
JUICY SWEET & SOUR ROLLED OATS GRANOLA by WorkWeekFoodie.com Home-made granola. It is one of the meals that is good and good for you. Loaded with steel-cut oats (I used spelt oats for additional al dente kind of a consistency – it is very hard to make them wettish and mashy), juicy with sweet and sour taste fresh organic plumbs with no seeds and halved. The whole thing is sprinkled with cinnamon and touched slightly with organic honey.
BEEF OXTAIL PAPPARDELLE by WorkWeekFoodie.com This is an exceptional treat that I have at least once a month. This is the easiest recipe you can get. I always use it in the Crockpot. It is simply about buying the beef oxtaial. Have your supplier cut it into pieces. Throw the pieces into the crockpot, sprinkle with salt, add some soy sauce and one can of tomaos. Turn on low for 10-12 hours.