Eggs and Black Bean Breakfast Burrito
Cous Cous with Roasted Shrimp, Cauliflower, and Chickpeas
This dinner was easy and tasty. We cooked the cous cous according to the directions (which if you've never made cous cous, it's quicker but the same process as rice). The cauliflower and shrimp were both drizzled with extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper. The oven was heated to 400 degrees. The cauliflower cooked for 25 minutes and the shrimp cooked for 8 (both in 400 degrees). We mixed the cous cous, shrimp, and cauliflower together with some chickpeas, cooked onions and garlic, a little more extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper, and it was superb!
Bowtie Pasta with Mixed Vegetables
This was the easiest of them all and the best part...hardly any pots and pans to clean up. I cooked some bowtie pasta (1 cup per person cooked) at the same time that I sauteed garlic, onions, and extra virgin olive oil for the sauce. Once the pasta was done, I mixed it into the oil and added a bag of frozen broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots that I heated up in the microwave. We topped with some parmesan cheese and it was hearty, quick, and filling.