Anyway, it's not that I can't cook, it's that I choose not to. Besides, I think the fact that I would rather see movies where things blow up than girl movies makes me an ideal girlfriend and not my housewifely abilities, but whatever.
Anyway, I made a gluten free pizza casserole. It's also fairly low carb. Now, I'm not a celiac but gluten sensitive, so I can't guarantee that there's no gluten at all in the ingredients I chose, but there's very little if you are sensitive and if you are celiac, well, there's definitely certified gluten free options for all of the ingredients I used.
Okay, this is super easy and super delicious.
First, I browned a package of extra lean turkey meat with some oregano and garlic. I'm sure fresh garlic would be better, but all I had was dried.
|Try not to notice how dirty my stove got. I'm not an expert!|
You can also use ground beef, but I'm bringing this for lunch tomorrow for me and my work BFF, Tiana, and she likes turkey better. Plus, it's a lot less calories. (Although, I make up for that with my other ingredients!)
|Only gourmet ingredients for mah |
masterpiece, thank you very much!
|I ate an embarrassing amount of this while it was cooking.|
And by 'vegetables', I mean two: an onion and a green pepper. Yes, that is a tiny cutting board. It used to be much bigger until I broke it.
|I also don't own proper chopping knives...|
Next I put the turkey and veggies in a small baking dish.
|The veggies taste much better browned.|
And then a layer of mozzarella cheese.
And then another layer of pepperoni.
|I said low carb, not low cal...|
So that's my once in a blue moon contribution to the cooking world. Maybe I will try something else. But don't hold your breath. Oh, I almost forgot! I also ran on treadmill for almost an hour tonight. Woot!