Adi: Oatonomy

May 30, 2009

This was so easy that anyone could make this.  Even my dad could! – and that says a lot. ;)

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I grilled a red pepper on the bbq and chopped up a tomato + half an avocado.  I got some rice pasta cooking and once that was finished, I mixed in the veggies (umm, fruit? avocado?) and added about 1 – 2tsp. extra virgin olive oil + fresh basil + juice of half a lemon + 1 tbsp. capers + 1 garlic clove + lots of little shrimpers.

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That foreground shrimp appears to be wearing a basil leaf loin cloth.  Hmm, a little camera shy.

I want to relive eating this forever – or, at least until tomorrow when I think about reliving eating oats.

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It tasted so fresh!  I love using the real stuff… real lemons, freshly picked basil… it does make a difference.  Give this “recipe” a try and you won’t be disappointed! 

The only bad part about this was it was a bit too garlicky for me, so I didn’t say hello to the bus driver on the way to the gym.  I felt kind of bad for not saying hi back, but I didn’t want him to fall out of his seat.  I’m sure he would have understood!

Adi
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Oatonomy

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1 Jenn )) j3nn.net (( May 30, 2009 at 6:06 pm

That looks amazing! I have a shrimp + avocado dish on my menu this weekend, too. This has me changing my mind about the preparation method lol.

Jenn

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2 spicygranola May 30, 2009 at 7:39 pm

I love your blog name! I feel ya on the garlic breath thing…my mom roasts garlic cloves and I can eat them like candy.

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3 Danica May 30, 2009 at 7:49 pm

That looks amazing – it was the shrimp that sold me and then the AVOCADO!

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4 Anne May 31, 2009 at 8:48 am

it’s an OC transpo driver – he deserves it after last winter’s debacle!

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