These light, fluffy pancakes are naturally gluten free and extremely nutritious thanks to the mixture of chestnut and teff flours in the batter. These flours are not only providing loads of minerals and vitamins but also give the pancakes a deep nutty flavour. Continue reading
A mild and creamy bowl of fish soup that can be put together within a hour is the key to a cosy family dinner. Thanks to the grated sweet potatoes and fish stock the rich flavourful base is created within half an hour. The fish can be varied depending on what is available, I used wild salmon and coquilles, but it can be perfectly substituted with other types of fish fillet, shrimps or mussels. Continue reading
It is finally snowing in Amsterdam! It is so gorgeous, I wish I could just sit down at the window with a cup of hot tea and gaze at the beautiful snowy trees and rooftops. There is no better time to cook this recipe then right now. Filling, flavourful and cozy: this is the perfect winter dish. The delicious smells are already filling the house while making the dish, but when the steaming hot stew breaks free after cutting into the potato crust the smells will warm you through all the way.
A healthy but filling salad where the soft, earthy taste and natural sweetness of the vegs is playing along well with the crispy sour pickles and the fresh herbs are completing the harmony of the sweet and sour.
Let`s start this year with a pure and refreshing green smoothie, which is rich with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals to refresh our body after the lazy holidays. Continue reading
Take your well-deserved dose of chocolate in a delicious steaming hot drink that is not only tasty but also serves you a nutritious breakfast. The dark chocolate is rich with antioxidants while the oats will provide you with long lasting energy.
Meet my new crush: the spaghetti squash. The squash is baked in the oven, after which the stringy spaghetti-like meat is mixed with rich tomato sauce topped with a layer of molten grilled cheese. It is a natural bowl of flavourful and filling gluten free goodness and practically without any carbs. It is comparable with a bowl of traditional spaghetti, as I use a similar sauce, but the taste is just richer and the squash is simply much more nutritious than simple pasta.