Hallu! You know what? Doing coursework can be
quite really dull. Big surprise here, huh? I don’t even mind the writing bit, but trying to find someone who’s said what you wanted them to say, because before graduating you’re officially not allowed your own opinion? Not cool, and very very boring. I’ll tell you what’s not boring though: Food. Especially lunch, because it’s in the middle of boring coursework, so it can really make a difference to your motivation levels (first because you can fantasize about it, and then because you’ve hopefully enjoyed it). Sooooooo I thought I’d share a little recipe number with you that I’ve been making quite often, because it’s super quick and really quite delicious. Enjoy.
RECIPE: Avocado-Egg Salad with Beetroot
♣ Hardboil an egg*
♣ Mash up the flesh of 1 avocado and 1-2 tablespoons of marinated feta cubes with 1 crushed clove of garlic and the juice of half a lemon
♣ Mash up the egg as well (I like to take the egg yolk out, but that’s personal preference, we’ll talk about my odd egg preferences another time) and mix into the avocado-feta mixture.
♣ Cut 1 (pickled/roasted) beetroot or a couple of baby beetroots into cubes and serve with the salad and some bread.
*In case you’re always unsure how long to cook an egg for (like me), here’s a cool app, where you can even measure your egg, and it’ll tell you the time for whatever consistency you want. It’s a german app, but it’s pretty self explanatory, so if you need help (not being able to get cooking eggs right is quite a serious issue), give it a go! Here’s the link