Christmas at our house has been a very lazy one this year. We don’t have any little kids impatiently waiting for presents, we aren’t religious either, so we are simply enjoying a few days off of work together.
On Christmas Eve, I had my usual sandwiches for breakfast, but I tried to make them more festive with cherry tomatoes and cucumber slices.
Lunch was just another quick sandwich, as I needed to get some last-minute grocery shopping done before the store closed. It was insane! But I made it back home alive and with all the things I wanted to get. Now, that’s a Christmas miracle!
As an afternoon snack I enjoyed a small bowl of my favorite muesli with soymilk. This muesli contains lots of dried fruit, which makes it taste naturally sweet without any added sugar. So good!
Dinner was the highlight of the day. The day before I had made a very flavorful vegetable broth, which was turned into sujebi, Korean hand torn noodle soup. It is such a simple dish, but very heart-warming and delicious. Of course I left out anything meaty or fishy, and made a rather mild version for myself, but it was still very good.
This is as far from a traditional Christmas dinner as it can be, but we are a non-traditional couple after all. 😉
What did you do on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day?