Bake the salmon, then mash it up with a fork and mix with the rest of the ingredients. Season with salt, pepper, dried parsley, or with your favorite mix.
Form balls and fry on both sides. Be gentle when you turn the balls, or they might fall apart.
In the meantime, prepare the sauce:
1 large onion
5-6 cloves of garlic
2-3 spoons of tomato paste or canned tomatoes
Chop and sauté the onion, finely slice the potatoes, zucchini and garlic, and throw it all in the pot. Add tomato paste and water until you have the consistency of thick sauce. Season with salt, pepper, paprika, and chili sauce (optional)
Cook until potatoes are soft. Then combine with the salmon balls and keep cooking for about 5 minutes longer.
Cooked oatmeal is a great, healthy morning food, but sometimes you’re looking for something quicker, or just aren’t in the mood for hot breakfast. In this case, homemade granola might just be the thing for you.
Most commercial granola brands are ridiculously expensive and loaded with sugar, but it’s easy to make your own, and once you try it, you’ll never look back.
Basically, you will mainly need 2-3 cups whole oats, and you can add various goodies such as:
Pop over to Mother Earth News to read about my first experience in making injera, a traditional Ethiopian fermented flatbread that forms the base of every meal (when I say base, I mean this literally, since injera also serves as the plate!):
Teff, Ethiopia’s traditional grain, has been enjoying its well-deserved spotlight as a recently discovered superfood. Teff is extremely healthy and nutritious, and certainly worth getting acquainted with. You can find teff in health food and ethnic stores. There is a darker variety and a lighter one, and it’s worth trying both to see which you like better.
The process, in pictures:
Starting the batter.
Day 3: Bubbles are the evidence of successful fermentation.
Day 4: Diluting the batter with water prior to cooking.
I let it cook a tad too long and it over-dried somewhat, but it was still really good, and I hope to do better next time.