As I work on creating interesting and healthy meals for myself, I like to experiment a little with flavors. I'll be the first to admit to being a lazy cook. I also possess the wimpiest taste buds when it comes to spicy. So I'm always a little nervous when I play around with new recipes.
Will it be too spicy?
Will it be too complicated?
Will it be too much food?
I can safely say, this is a simple recipe to follow, not at all spicy (in fact, you may want add a kick to yours if that's your thing), and it's serving for just one!
You know I am all about that one pot cooking. If I can through my protein and carb into the same pan and add whatever vegetables that suit my fancy that day... that's a successful meal!
I absolutely love Italy! Which is still surprising to me, as I had never had a desire to travel there most of my life. A few years ago, a friend invited me to crash at her hotel, while she attended a retreat in Rome. I have a hard time saying no to a free place to stay, especially somewhere I've never been.. so I went!
Well, I simply fell in love with Italy during those few days in Rome and vowed I would return again. So I did. The next year that same friend and I took a 2 week road trip adventure around Southern Italy! All that did was make me want more! haha... One day, we will return and do a road trip of Northern Italy, too!
I'm not a very inspired cook. I am also quite a lazy cook. In my search for well-balanced meals, that are easy to make, I've experimented a little with flavors and come up with my own recipes. My taste buds are wimps.. so feel free to add seasonings and spices to my recipes that suit your own buds! Mine will have flavor, but may be quite mild by your own standards.