One day I was sick so I stayed home. And there was no food in the fridge. Bah!
Luckily these days we have food delivery. Come lunch time, I used Grabfood to order my lunch (and dinner) from EAT 21 @ Damansara Uptown. I reckon that some clean eating would do me much good.
I ordered The Super Bowl and The Best Marigold. Since I was at home, I wanted to take the opportunity to make The Super Bowl more to my liking.
With time on my hands and nothing better to do, I removed the contents from the paper container and arranged them in a bowl.
This is the first time that I had a good look at all the ingredients. I saw chickpeas which I never noticed before.
Clockwise from top - roasted potatoes, chickpeas, brown rice, quinoa, mushrooms and green peas in the center.
I made some crispy garlic.
And I drizzled the garlic and oil and added an egg (for additional protein) and chilies .
Then I remembered I had some spring onions in the fridge.
I also made a condiment of raw garlic with soya sauce. I'm a garlic junkie. Yes! The Super Bowl was very much to my liking thanks to the added garlic and spring onions.
The Best Marigold was meant for dinner. I ordered in advance because EAT 21 closes at 2:30pm.
Like what I did with The Super Bowl, I transferred the contents into a bowl. It was quite challenging to separate the individual ingredients. But like I said, I had nothing better to do.
What we have here clockwise from top - curried chickpeas, roasted potatoes, quinoa, brown rice and green peas topped with shallots and pickles.
The Best Marigold is already delicious on its own but I added some fresh mint (just because I had some in the garden) for added aroma.
The portion size for both meals were very generous, so filling and satisfying. I did not miss eating meat at all and like before, I enjoyed my plant based meals. Maybe I will attempt going meat-free for a week and see how I feel.