Heavenly mush

What is the best part about going to a fancy restaurant? Seeing the food arrive, beautifully plated in front of you, to a few seconds later, mush it up on your plate. Eating out is the best. The  nice ambiance, and that pretty food, but let’s be honest – food tastes so much better when it’s all mushed together, getting all of those yummy flavors combined.

So, I’m about to give you just that. A lovely recipe, that’s already mushed up! Might not be the prettiest for the eye to behold, but yummy? Oh, hell yes!

The heavenly mush we are creating is a teriyaki spiced tofu, black bean, guacamole paradise. And if you’re feeling lazy, you can buy half of the ingredients ready made! Win, win, and win.

What you’ll need:

Guacamole, you can by a ready made guacc or make your own:

1 Avocado
1/2 tomato (cut out the the juicy middle part, and just use the harder part)
Chili powder
Pinch of turmeric
Pinch of curry powder
Lemon juice
(If you’re an onion and garlic lover, add in some red onion and garlic)

We all know how to make guacamole, just smash all the ingredients together.

Teriyaki Tofu, can be bought pre-made at Trader Joe’s, or made yourself:

1 block firm tofu
3 table spoons soy sauce
1 table spoon rice vinegar
2 teaspoons sesame oil
1 tablespoon agave or maple syrup for sweetener
1 teaspoon ground ginger

To drain your tofu of as much water as possible, you place it in between two paper towels, and place a weight on it for about 30 min. While you’re doing this you whip up the remaining ingredients for the teriyaki sauce. Cut your tofu into small squares and mix it together with the teriyaki sauce. You can now either fry the tofu in a pan with some oil, or bake them in the oven on 425 for about 25-30 min.

1 can black beans
1/4 red bell pepper
Lavash bread / pita bread

Once your tofu and guacamole is ready, you simply drain your canned beans, chop up some red bell pepper and greens, and throw it all together. Voila! A lovely mush is made and ready to be enjoyed. Serve with some lavash bread, or pita bread.

Green lentil wrap

Meals that are simple as 1,2,3 are goals. All made in one pot? Even better! Less dishes, fast, and yummy. What more can a lazy person ask for when it comes to food preparation? This green lentil wrap is just that. The nutrition load is just a bonus addition!

So, there’s a little background story about this bad boy. I’m literally obsessed with the spicy lentil wrap from Trader Joe’s with tahini sauce. But seriously, for the same amount of money as one of those wraps you can make like five wraps if you do it yourself. Yes, I know, just getting it from TJ’s is going to go way faster than getting down in the kitchen, but when you make it yourself you know exactly what you put in it, you can put your personal touch on, and save some bucks. So this recipe is inspired by the TJ’s spicy mama – but turned out completely different. Obviously still delicious!!

What you need:

1.5 / 2 cups of water
Lentils of choice, I used yellow lentils since they tend to be smoother
Choice of greens, I used kale and spinach.
Rep pepper
Garlic (if wanted)
Onion (if wanted)
Cayenne pepper
Hot sauce
Tahini sauce
Lavash bread, or tortilla, whatever flat bread you prefer.

First step is to prepare the lentils. If you use the garlic and onion in your recipe you would finely chop your stinkers and sauté them in a pan, on medium/low heat, together with a little bit of water. Don’t let them get any color, but If your onions starts to stick, simply add some more water.


Take 1 cup of lentils and add in about 1.5 – 2 cups of water, add in some salt, cook up to a boil and let simmer on medium/low for about 20 min. Make sure to keep an eye on your lentils, and stir so they don’t stick. You might have to add in some more water if they start to thicken up. When you’re lentils are almost ready, they should still be a bit liquidy than mushy. When it has reached this consistency you add your spices, and add in your greens. If you need to, add in more water to not make it completely mushy. When your greens are wilted into the lentil mush add the remaining veggies and mix it all together. Remember than the end goal and consistency you want is a “liquidy mush”, sounds super cozy doesn’t it? You want it mushy but not dry.


When you have your lentil paste you simply put it on a lavash wrap, or warp of choice, drizzle over some tahini sauce, wrap it up, and enjoy that bad boy! This recipe makes for 1, 2, 3, or 4 servings! I’ve always thought that “servings” are completely individual, and if you can, and need all of it – eat it! If not, share it with someone or keep the leftovers.



Wrap up yo veggies




(It’s absolutely essential that your nail polish is peeled off to pull this recipe off…)

I’m going to admit that I’m very lazy when it comes to cooking. I do like to cook, it has some kind of soothing element to it, but the best foods are the ones that goes quick and easy and tastes delicious. Win win situation all day man!!

So this easy little wrap, or more like a tortilla sandwich thingy took me like 15 minutes, if even that, to wrap up. Wrap up..heheh. Oh wow, my jokes are terrible…

I don’t follow any recipes when I cook, not for the most part. Literally just take a bunch of veggies of your preference and saute them nicely in a pan with a little coconut or olive oil. I fried up some broccoli, spinach, carrots and kale. Okay, an absolute crucial part when making your veggies; SPICE THEM UP! Seriously, spice the shit out of your veggies! Make them taste good! Use plenty off spices, improvise, don’t be scared!! So yes, spice those bad boys up and while you’re frying your vegetables, heat up some sweet potatoes and lightly toast the bread in the oven. The tortilla-ish bread I used is the Ezekiel bread which is made out of straight up grains. Healthy and gluten free and yummy and doesn’t leave you with a doughy heavy feeling.

When that’s done you simply put it all together. I like to have a “wet” base on my bread to make all the veggies “stick” more easy. I just used some hummus, smacked it up all over that half side of the tortilla and made my veggies and sweet potatoes come along together in a perfect harmony. BAM, you’re done. BAM, eat that shit.