Delicious and very easy to prepare.
This is one of the recipes that turned out much, much better than expected. It is also an easy and affordable way to get more fish in your diet. Very easy to cook, full of veggies, a comforting gravy bringing everything together, crispy herbs and topped with melted cheese, this truly is a wonderful, dieting friendly dish. Give it a try!
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Cooking up a festive dinner never has been easier.
We’ve made a festive bird roast by accident. Almost a full-scale Thanksgiving dinner. How is it possible to accidentally cook a feast? Well, it all starts with me finding a very special bird perfect for roasting. Then I watch an episode of Jamie Oliver’s Christmas feasts, get inspired, improvise a little and boom, here we are. Even though there are many components, everything is child’s play to prepare. And the result is worth the effort ten times. Give it a try!
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Fast, healthy and delicious.
Salmon is one of my favourite fishes, healthy, tasty and easy to prepare. We get crunchy skin and incredible soft, pink flesh. Glazed with soy sauce and mirin for an extra punch and a refreshing cucumber salad to go with it. The best of it is that it is cooked in about ten minutes and you only need one pan and one bowl!
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Tips and tricks to save your wallet while eating like a king.
Many people think that eating in a healthy way is very expensive, which couldn’t be further from the truth. Buying and cooking in a smart way can save you a lot of money! But first of all, remember that not investing in your health (and this includes not buying the best food you can afford) probably isn’t the best idea in the long run. Also think about why some foods are as cheap as they are. Somebody in the production chain has to pay for that. Who is it going to be? You did the first step in the right direction by reading this article, therefore here are my favourite ways on saving up some money when doing the groceries. Enjoy reading, set a couple of my advices in practice and you are on the best way on eating healthy without spending a fortune!
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Eating nose to tail for beginners.
Eating innards is daunting for most of us. This is a way to get started with it, as tongue has a mild taste, isn’t really offal and just works great in this typical Italian recipe directly from Rome. Come on, try it out, you will be pleasantly surprised!
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Indian spices meet a Portugese twist.
Nothing beats a nice curry if you ask me. I remember the first time when I read a recipe of the Vindaloo curry, thinking “wow, that’s strange!” It packs an interesting punch in the form of vinegar, which was introduced to India when Portugal used to have colonies in the land of spices. The Portugese seem to love their vinegar and they used it to remind them of home and as a natural way to preserve goods in a time long before anything like a refridgerator. I am glad about this fusion, as it makes for a delicious curry you definately should give a try!
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Fast, easy, delicious meal prep.
Sometimes you just need a simple, tasty way to get a protein rich meal done. And most importantly, a huge load of it so you have plenty leftovers for several days. This recipe will deliver exactly that: delicious miso flavoured chicken with tasty leeks and mushrooms. Meal prep at its finest!
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True superfood made easy.
Liver is a true superfood, but sadly most of us don’t like to eat it. I’ve made it my mission to change it! With a bold combination of flavours and easy-peasy preparation. Weightloss friendly, high in protein, satiating and at the same time comforting. This recipe will make you a believer, so dig in!
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Comforting and diet friendly.
I’m not sure why stuffing minced meat into a bell pepper completely transforms both ingredients, but it does. A delicious smell wafting through your home will be a welcome byproduct of this comfort food classic. And it is even super diet friendly! So what are you waiting for, give it a try!
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An easy recipe turning a childhood nightmare into something delicious.
Rhubarb has always been one of the few things I refused to eat. In my kindergarden I was forced to eat the sour, tangy, completely overcooked mensa rhubarb compote full of stringy bits. This horrid dish was my early childhood nightmare. But now I am over it and I love rhubarb, especially in the following diet friendly dessert. Let me explain how I fell in love with rhubarb in my sweet and sour recipe.
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