And poured about a third of the mix into the oiled pan, sprinkled some of the spring onion on top and cooked it for about five minutes, before flipping it over and cooking the other side for another two minutes.
And then settled down to a very messy looking but very tasty, and surprisingly filling lunch.
I rinsed them well, and then while they drained a bit I chopped half of my one clove of garlic and about 30g of the spring onions, leaving some of the dark green ends to garnish tonight's meal.
An hour later and I had my tea for tonight.
Along with seven little pots of dahl, six of them for my breakfasts each day with one extra for emergencies or to add to the pasty I have planned later in the week.
Thank you for following along with my progress and for all the support and donations. My fundraising page is linked to from the top of the righthand sidebar ... and as you can see we have beaten my target and gone above what we raised between us last year.
See you tomorrow with all the food from Day Two ... and I think there might be a bit more rice involved. 🍚