I made the most delicious, yummy, tasty, dish the other day.
I got the idea from this fellow blogger, whose pictures make basically any dish look amazing!
I love how this dish has chickpeas! I'll admit, I sometimes get tired of hummus, but I adore these little legumes!
Instead of a poblano, I used whatever pepper was in my fridge (green, yellow). I also cut out the mint and added chopped zucchini. Instead of roasting in the oven, I softened my veggies in the skillet like a stir-fry.
Onions, peppers, corn, tomatoes, chickpeas...seasoned with basil, parsley, and cilantro? Not to mention olive oil, red-wine vinegar, and tangy gorgonzola cheese?
Did I mention this was seriously delicious??
Vegetables softening in the skillet with olive oil
The great thing about this dish is that you can eat it with corn chips as a salsa.
You can put it on crusty bread as bruschetta.
Heck, you can eat it plain as a salad!
Please make this and eat it. You won't regret it.
Combine with a personal trainer's workout...do 3 sets of 8 minute of strength exercises. Mr. PT and I circulated 3 arm and abdominal exercises for eat set. For example:
Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
rows push-ups flys
abdominal twists quick jumps biceps
triceps sit-ups reverse flys