Steven’s lunch

16 May

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Cilantro coconut shrimp soup. He gets many more interesting dishes than I do on this Whole30 Challenge! I altered the recipe just a tad. Basically I added more shrimp, used homemade chicken stock instead of water to add more depth and we were out of cayenne pepper so I added a few dashes of paprika. Also, I was hesitant to add an entire juiced lemon as per the recipe, so I added 1 1/2 tablespoons to Steven’s taste.

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2 Responses to “Steven’s lunch”

  1. Kira May 19, 2013 at 2:41 pm #

    Your meals always look so good. I don’t know how you find the time to make different dinner options for both you and your husband. I imagine a lot of grocery shopping has to take place since you use so many fresh ingredients in each meal!

    • Amanda May 22, 2013 at 4:47 pm #

      Thank you! Well, during this Whole30 challenge it has been A LOT of extra cooking. We still only shop once a week. I meal plan for a week and we try to use the produce that goes bad the fastest in the beginning of the week. We have had to make a few extra trips for specialty items during the challenge, like Whole Foods for certain grass fed meats.

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