In a heavy skillet like cast iron add olive oil over medium heat.
Add onions and cook them until soft.
Add meat and stir using a wooden spoon tell it is almostly cooked.
Add tomatoes, serrano pepper, and bell pepper let simmer until the tomato mixture begins to reduce,taste and adjust the seasoning to your liking. cover the skillet, and cook on low heat tell completely cooked.
Many people dread Ramadan, especially in the US since we don’t get to work half days, because working when your hungry is challenging and can sometimes give you a literal headache. Every year I research foods and try to find the right combination of types of food to eat right before fasting each day (around 4 AM). This year, 2018, I believe I’ve stumbled upon the perfect formula. Based on the USDA’s Dietary Reference Intake calculator, I should consume each day
38 grams of fiber
69 grams of protein
Since we normally eat twice in Ramadan, once in the early morning before beginning your fast and once at night when breaking your fast, we can split these daily values (DV) up, e.g. in half, so that my target for breakfast in the morning would be
19 grams of fiber
36 grams of protein
Fiber gets processed slowly in your stomach which makes you feel full longer. Protein is an essential source of energy.
So here’s my formula:
One cup of oatmeal
I like the Simply Balanced Organic to-go cups of oatmeal, available at Target. These cups cost $1.49 each and are super convenient to prepare in the morning. Just add water, microwave for 50 seconds, stir, eat, then throw away the cup. There are 3 flavors: