Dinner for 3

I am getting better this days. I can now prepare meal for 3 under 45 minutes. All thanks to ready to cook foods. LOL.


Starter 
Bread with cheese and smoked salmon drizzled with olive oil and balsamic glaze
Assembled myself with wholemeal bread, smoked salmon, Kewpie mayonnaise, M&S White Cheshire cheese, mozzarella cheese, balsamic glaze. extra virgin olive oil and  smoked paprika. Toasted with Andrew James digital halogen oven at 180 celcius for 8 minutes

 
Main
Gastropub Ultimate Pork Sausage Roll
Part of M&S 3 for £10 meal for 2 deal
Baked in halogen oven for 35 minutes
One yummilicious and satisfying roll. Take it from me when I say yummy- especially when it comes from someone like me who hates pork and onions. Love the crisp from the puff pastry, the juiciness from the sausages. This taste a lot better than what most cafes, restaurant or pub serve.


Bistro style salad (lamb leaves and shredded beetroots)
Used up almost 3/4 pack of salad (would have used the whole pack if not because of presentation). Dressing: Himalaya rose salt, black pepper, extra virgin olive oil and balsamic glaze (would have been only balsamic glaze and extra virgin olive oil if it's for the both of us)


Drink
Homemade Strawberry Yogurt Drink with Honey 
2 small jar homemade yogurt (made with Andrew James Yogurt Maker). 400g strawberries (to substitute for lack of greens), mineral water and Acacia honey
Blended using Biochef blender


There isn't any room left for dessert but if needed, I've got treacle tart or even chocolate mud cake ready in refrigerator. Yes, I don't deny the portion should be for 2 portion but it was sufficient for 3. I would have served a larger portion of greens (salad) if my guest were vegetable lovers. Sadly vegetables were his greatest enemy. I should have transferred all the foods in a more presentable serving bowls and plates. It would have looked a lot more appetising and presentable

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