The delicious creamy Daal Makhani is clearly one of our favourites of Indian cuisine. The simple dish of brown lentils and kidney beans, refined by selected spices, tastes especially in combination with flatbread or rice and green chutney excellent. In addition, the brown daal supplies valuable fibre and plant based proteins, lowers your cholesterol and hardly raises the glucose.
Unfortunately, however, many restaurants justify the nickname ‚Makhani‘ – creamy, buttery – by turning the dish into a greasy soup with lots of cream and butter. Our variant comes without these additives and is nevertheless wonderfully creamy – promise! Weiterlesen
No desire for Penne al arrabiata? Vegetable spaghetti you ate just yesterday? And yet your stomach growls and mumbles: „Pasta! Pasta! Pasta! „We know the solution: How about this vegan version of the creamy noodles Alfredo? Try it out! We love it! Weiterlesen
What do you do if your toddler refuses to eat meat? If she avoids every food that contains butter or milk, spits out even yogurt? No problem, perhaps you will say, there are many vegetarians and even vegans, who enjoy good health, without any issues. Right. But when my parents saw themselves confronted with the ‘strange’ eating habits of their firstborn at the end of the 80s, they were standing alone with a vegetarian / vegan child. As they trusted my socially undecided judgment, they opposed the usual tenor of the numerous advisors and self-titled dieticians in their environment who advised them to force feed me with meat and dairy products. Instead, they started looking for alternative nutritional forms from vegetarian communities like in India and began to expand their cooking skills for me. Especially the recipes of the ‚Hildegard’s cuisine‘ turned out to be a real gold mine. The spelled dishes, deliciously prepared with spices like Galgant, Bertram or Quendel, have become an integral part of our menu – and are still today. One of these recipes – refined over the years and transformed into a fitness snack by extraproteins – we would like to share with you at this point.
On this super cold, snowy winterday we love to use the benefits of ayurvedic warming spices for our lunch. This light lentil soup is not only very easy to prepare but also a real firework of health profits. It is anti-inflammatory, rich in antioxidants, boosts your immunsystem and is even said to prevent you from cancer, alzheimer and depression (mainly thanks to the CURCUMIN in the turmeric powder.) And as if this was not enough it is also super tasty!
We had a wonderful Christmas time in Kraków – and enjoyed the delicious (and even vegan!) Polish cuisine! But after a few heavy meals we felt the urge to start ,light‘ into 2017! Wanna try out our simple low carb cauliflower ,biryani‘?