It has been a little quiet here lately, I will tell you why in a new blog post very (!) soon. I suppose I am busier than ever, but exciting things are happening and partly coming your way, too! Today, however, is all about a new food column: I am sharing the recipe from April’s food column in Mio magazine by Globus with you – three kinds of vegan sandwiches. Enjoy!
When things don’t go as they were planned, hold on a minute and make a delicious colourful food bowl instead. Today’s recipe is as simple and quick as it is delicious: vegan summer roll bowl with soy-glazed tofu!
If you are looking for a filling, yet light and nutritious plant-based lunch or dinner, then perhaps give these vegan and gluten-free courgetti with vegan “meat” balls and tomato sauce a try. They are another recipe from my recipe collection for Florette Deutschland, and I am sharing the recipe with you below.
The past few days have been cold as ice, with an icy wind from Siberia blowing over Europe. Luckily it’s sunny at least, so we’ve been having a couple of beautiful winter days. However, I’m ready for spring, for lighter clothes, less heavy food and spring’s fruits and vegetables. Until then I will make it through the rest of winter with colorful soups, I supose. This vegan spinach parsley soup with roasted chickpeas is a great and fast way to add as many vitamins and nutrients as possible to your soup bowl. Get the recipe below!
If you have not yet thought of sweet potato for breakfast, you are just like me – until two weeks ago. I was looking for bowl inspirations on Pinterest, when I came across a sweet potato breakfast bowl and decided I wanted to give it a try. Luckily – because the result is beyond delicious! There you go: vegan sweet potato breakfast bowl – too good to be true!
When in search for a simple and quick dinner (or lunch) recipe: Look no further than these simple and quick six ingredient spinach pancakes with tahini sauce! I have hidden a whole package of baby spinach in the pancakes, and if you serve them with other veggies or a salad, you’ll be gifted with a wholesome, satisfying and filling meal, which does not take longer than 15 minutes to prepare!
You have probably heard of or seen pictures of black ice cream, black smoothies and black bread by now: Charcoal has become a big trend in the States last year. Truth is you can buy activated carbon in every pharmacy and use it in your kitchen. Today’s recipe is my contribution for the February issue of Mio magazine: black charcoal pizza with salmon and vegetables.
If you’re in need of some comfort food to make it through the rest of winter, then why not try this spinach risotto with sautéed mushrooms and crispy prawns – another recipe from my collaboration with Florette Deutschland.