Oh weekends. So may unhealthy temptations.
I worked from home Friday afternoon because my super and I are having an epic battle. He is the stereotypical, terrible NYC super you hear about in movies. A locksmith and an exterminator later, my opinions of his “fixes” were validated. Then Anthony came home from work and neither one of us felt like going grocery shopping or cooking. Takeout it was. Takeout is easily a health trap but we were able to discover some delivery gold!
This was the absolutely delicious “muscle repair plate” from Al Horno Lean Mexican Kitchen. It got a little smushed in the process of being delivered, but I promise you this is something I’ll be getting again soon. This plate is full of chicken, steak, cactus, pico de gallo, pinto mash, quinoa, and an avocado sauce. Clean eating delivered straight to my door!
Saturday night I actually felt like cooking/we went grocery shopping so I had food to cook. Clean-ish eating fish night!
Healthy Breaded Fish
What you need:
- 1 piece of whole grain bread
- Seasoning of your choice (I used salt, pepper, and old bay)
- Small amount of olive oil
What you do:
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
- Lightly coat the fish with olive oil (I use a mister) and place on a baking sheet lined with foil.
- In a blender or food processor, pulverize that piece of bread. Put the bread crumbs on top of each piece of fish. Push the bread down on the fish. I used another misting of olive oil to help it stick.
- Top with the seasonings of your choice and put it in the oven.
- Bake for 20-25 minutes and serve with a hearty veggie!
This fish is a hit in my tiny household.
Finally, in my weekend recap, I went to my first yoga class in months today. MONTHS. I knew my muscles were tight, but oh boy was that a little brutal. Just a reminder to always take care of yourself, because your body will be mad at you when you don’t!
Now it’s time to just relax, get some household stuff done and watch a wrestling pay per view with Anthony tonight (we are so awesome….).
What did you do this weekend to keep yourself on track?