Bring Sally Up, Bring Sally Down
Motoring towards Riposto, a bit bored so time for a challenge :-)
Bring Sally Up....
I love this clip https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=41N6bKO-NVI take the challenge for whatever exercise you feel like doing.
Easy concept, follow the music :-). On "bring Sally up" you're in the highest position of the exercise and on "bring Sally down" the lowest. Some lyric prompts are fast, some slow and enjoy the burn waiting for the next prompt...
Obvious choices full military push up, squat, ...
Flavoured salt costs how much?
Sorry but I think it's insane, adopt the motto of "someone made it so I can too" and you'll save a bundle! Using flavoured salt also means you're putting less sodium on your plate so that's got to be good.
Flavour ideas I've made so far:
Blitz dried porcini mushrooms to a fine powder (this is good on it's own sprinkled on meats, added to marinades).
Citrus salt: zest unwaxed lemons and oranges. Leave peel on baking parchment for a good 12 hrs to dry out. Blitz when dried if you want it ...
Awake early full of ideas and enthusiasm. Huge thanks to those who shared the link and left comments either here or feedback on Facebook. All taken onboard, pun unintentional. So delighted you like it!
So explanations on some exercises and stick figure images (I can't draw to save my life, this will be funny!)
Today's recipe ideas are mostly salads (some warm ones), stuffed mushrooms and a few light suppers with Asian flavours. It's suddenly getting hotter where we are, minimum effort ...
Coconut Almond Pancakes
Definitely more like an American pancake but they don't get little bubbles when cooking as you're used to and take a little persuading to hold their shape in the beginning. Or perhaps I was just being impatient? Anyhow I poured my heaped spoonful in, waited until it started setting and then gently coaxed it into the shape I wanted with a spatula. Flip over when you're ready and just a little more prodding to shape.
3 tbsp coconut flour
3 tbsp almond flour
4 tbsp ...
Sesame Tuna with Spicy Salad, Crunchy Courgettes and Ginger Dressing.
We love this. It looks like it took me ages but didn't, that's a definite bonus!
So first make the dressing.
2 tbsp oil of your choice.
2 finely chopped spring onions including green tops.
4cm piece of root ginger, grated.
1 clove of garlic, grated.
1/2 of a de seeded red chilli, diced (more by all means).
Zest and juice of 1 unwaxed lime.
Few drops of sesame oil (caution: very powerful flavour).
Splash of soy sauce or coconut aminos.
Gently heat oil. Add onions, ginger, garlic ...