⭐️⭐️⭐️ Today we have one of the most colourful and innovative thosais in town! :D I ordered a variety of them, ranging from their basic tomato and cheese to their szechuan noodles version (the rest I can’t recall their names). But, what I do recall is how they tasted! Friends, if you’re curious and always up to go beyond basic, this is the place to go. Thosai is a common favourite and I would say this place really presents a good twist. They’re pretty tasty and crispy as they are made as and when you order them. I would recommend the tomato one if you’d like a good simple meal, and the rest are all worth trying when you feel adventurous. However, that being said, while they are all pretty tasty, I would not crave to have them and would only drop by if I’m in the area (if the company I’m with are keen). They are good, but not mind blowing. Price is a bit up there averaging at RM8-12 for a thosai with no meat, and service is a bit slow as well. So, I’d give Thosai Cafe 3/5 for their creativity and bold flavours, go check them out for yourself! 😌
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Better go before peak hour. The portions are HUGE, even though I didn’t finish, I still had enough to power me through my first half marathon training session for 2020!
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👁 9/10 pretty happy with my selection, good colour on my duck and chicken AND they were generous enough to give me the best portion of a duck/chicken!
🗣7/10 took a long time to get served and a long time to get our meals. I think they are still getting the hang of the place.
🧠 8/10 enough food to feed a small village or at least two hungry hippos. Roast meat wasn’t bad at all and the rice noodles were exactly the right consistency.
💰$14 for this meal combo, two BBQ meats and a noodle soup.
🏞 outside of the main strip at Sunnybank Plaza, near one of the asian grocery stores. Very busy and constant turnover since they changed management. All the sound bounces off the walls so it’s very hard to have a serious conversation.
Keto Hack Olive Garden
I don't eat out often but, my mother and I finally got together to celebrate our Christmas and exchange gifts at Olive Garden. I looked up there menu online beforehand and decided on the lowest carb options:
3 of the 6 stuffed mushrooms (7netcarbs)
Roughly 2 tablespoons of salad dressings (2nc) on my salad with no tomato and no croutons. (I don't count carbs from leafy greens) added extra olives #fatlife
Grilled chicken and shrimp (but only ate half the chicken
Creamy mushroom sauce (13 net carbs) but didn't eat it all...
Topped with cheese
Added red bell pepper (which adds a potentially 3 to 6nc)
That's already potentially 32ish net carbs. Way over. Normally I keep my net carbs around 20 to 25, keeping your body in ketosis means you eat between 20 and up to 50 net carbs per day, but I typically only receive results when I keep them on the low range. I definitely went over that here and being strict and precise is what's gotten me this far. But, not today!
I'm sure there were some carbs that didn't get accounted for as well, but I was unconcerned because this is a lifestyle and I can only live in today! I didn't count my protein or fat either. 103lbs down and again, I don't eat out often and this is a lifestyle!
I think I did pretty damn good...Definitely not some where I would have gone in the beginning of my keto journey because getting knocked out of ketosis was mental torture, but, now I'm so metabolically flexible that I know a trip to the gym will get things squared away.
For more of what I eat follow my other account: @eatwithketolifeco
Tonkatsu is a breaded fried pork chop in Japanese cuisine that was invented near the end of the 19th century. The motivation of the dish was originally to imitate European cuisine as Japan modernized and adopted certain western practices, drawing inspiration from the German schnitzel and the Italian Milanesa.
Today Tonkatsu is enjoyed as a uniquely Japanese dish, and is a dish the embodies and symbolizes the modernization of Japan through western influences during the Meiji era.
SPICY CREAMY CURRY RAMEN 🍜
Raise your hand 🙋🏻♀️if you could go for a bowl of this today
Tag a friend & grab recipe ✨
2-3 tbsp oil (I use avo oil)
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp paprika
1/4 tsp pepper
1/2 large yellow onion, diced small
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 inch piece ginger, minced
1 1/2 tbsp red curry paste
4 cups filtered water
2 cans coconut milk
1 1/2 tbsp soy sauce
2 tsp bouillon paste (any vegan better than bouillon)
1 1/2 tbsp hot sauce of choice
1 small bunch broccolini, chopped
2 heads bok choy, chopped
4 (2 ounce) Ramen noodles
Bunch of cilantro
1.Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Roughly chop carrots and cut cauliflower into florets. Place both on baking sheet, drizzle over 1-2 tbsp of oil then season with salt, pepper and paprika. Bake in preheated oven for 30 minutes.
2.Meanwhile, in a large pot heat oil and mince garlic and fresh ginger and finely chop the onions. Add onions and garlic to oil and sauté for 3 minutes. Season with a pinch of salt.
3.To the pot add curry paste, water, ground turmeric, soy sauce and both cans of coconut milk; shake the cans before opening… (if there is some separation in the coconut milk, that is okay, scoop everything into the pot, the hard coconut milk will melt.)
4.Bring to a boil, stirring to ensure everything is well incorporated. Once boiling, reduce to a simmer then add bouillon paste, stir to make sure it fully dissolves then add Hot sauce (I use sriracha). You can add more spice depending on your preference.
5.Chop bok choy and broccolini Add to the simmering curry and cook for 5-7 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Turn off heat and taste, adjust seasonings & spice if needed.
6.About 5 minutes before serving cook your ramen noodles according to the directions on package. When ready to serve, divide noodles between serving bowls, top with hot curry, baked carrots, cauliflower & finish it off with cilantro & lime.
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