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We came back from a recent visit to the doctor with orders for one of us (no names will be mentioned) to cut back on white potatoes, white bread, white rice and pasta. A 25% cut back he said.
So this Galley Kat got to searching through the recipe data base, the pantry and refrigerator to find options for tonight’s supper. Well!!! Do I ever have a good one to share with you, my Peeps!
I found half a cabbage in the refrigerator that I sliced into long shards. You know, like noodle shapes..
Some onion and garlic. A fresh lemon. Seasonings. Three little cans of tuna that I always keep on hand for easy boat meals. And I just happened to have some green peas in the freezer, although drained canned ones are a decent substitute for the freezer-challenged.
This gave me another chance to use my little gem of a stove top oven. My dear treasured Omnia.
I went all whole hog and used a sauce pan to saute and mix all the ingredients before dumping into the Omnia cook pan. One extra pan to wash, I know, but this made enough for two meals for the two of us so it was a very small sacrifice washing up tonight knowing tomorrow’s dinner was already prepared.
Looks like the original tuna noodle casserole doesn’t it? And he-who-must-cut-back-on-the-white-stuff LOVED it.
Yet another galley winner has been born. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
Thanks to Peace Love and Low Carb for the inspiration.
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