Little pots for a quick meal

Vegetarian, Bento, Cuisine, Recipes, Zoé

Aubergine and potato pot
-Carrot salad
Leftovers of spaghetti in a pot (for me)
Potato and smoked tofu pot (for Bf)

Spring is not yet here in Poland but I’m already carving for fresh salads. But salads are not fulfilling enough. To highlight them I prepare some quick little pots to reheat our stomach. We started with some aubergine and potato pots, and then completed our meal with a second bigger pot. Bear’s had a pot which is the vegetarian version of gratin dauphinois with smoked tofu, and I ate our lunch’s leftovers, namely vegetarian spaghetti bolognese. Though these pots are not hard to prepare we just loved eating them. Was it the meal or the fact that three
days apart seemed really long?

4 Responses to “Little pots for a quick meal”

  1. Jamie Says:

    That is a really great idea, preparing all those little pots that just need to be popped in the oven – I love th aubergine/potato/cheese one. It could also be great to let everyone choose which ones they want for dinner.

    • Zoé Says:

      Quickly done and so good! Thanks for your comment, it really keeps me writing. I’m just abroad lately and it’s my first access to the net in more than two weeks!

  2. Sandra Says:

    Hello ! je me demandais où tu étais passée ! plus de posts en français !! doesn’t matter !! même pas peur de te lire en anglais !

  3. Petit pot à l’aubergine et à la pomme de terre « Expériences culinaires dessertariennes Says:

    […] publié en anglais ici. Publié dans Légumes, Végétarien, gratin. Mots-clefs : aubergine, bolognese, gratin, […]

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