Hi again from Goa! It’s still not yet time for me to tell you more about my Indian experience (the wifi is too poor to be able to upload videos on Youtube). Instead, I have a few recipes lined up still which I want to share with you – starting with these roasted beetroots with lentils and goat’s cream cheese, another recipe I created for Florette.
I believe that almost nothing beats a steaming bowl of Hokkaido squash soup on a chilly Autumn night, topped with fresh coriander, goat’s cream cheese and crispy fried prawns. It’s pure comfort food, but the healthy kind. Find the recipe for my favourite simple and quick Hokkaido squash soup below!
Oh well, how could possibly already another month have passed after the last blog post? I apologise! It feels as if I am doing a million jobs at once, which isn’t a bad thing at all, it just means that I’m super busy. So how about we make delicious pasta with oven-baked tomatoes for some quiet time in-between to dos and tasks? Et voilà – a new recipe for you: mediterranean pasta salad with roasted vegetables.
When life gives you limes and green asparagus and mangos and rice noodles (not to forget peanut butter!), then definitely make this superb rice noodle salad with mango, green asparagus and peanut sauce. It’s a dream come true and suits the current warm and humid weather perfectly. Happy Friday!
Spring abundance bowl: millet salad with green asparagus, fried halloumi and a raspberry tahini dressingPosted in: Food, Main courses, Soups & Salads · 21 April 2017
I’m not sure I should be praising spring in any way – after all it’s been snowing like crazy when I woke up two days ago. However, we had some beautiful, sunny and warm days already, and the fact that it’s May next week (!) allow me to post this wonderful spring bowl today, I believe. There you go: Make this millet salad with green asparagus, fried halloumi and a raspberry tahini dressing this weekend!
Sadly, I didn’t just return from a holiday in Thailand, where I spent the days eating all sorts of tropical fruits, swimming in the sea, and exploring the nearby islands by boat. Nope. Sadly, I’m in London, where it’s as manic as can be right before the year comes to its end and everyone heads home for the festive time. So, at least I wanted to dream about holidays in a warmer hemisphere, and therefore made a vegan Khai so inspired Thai coconut soup with winter vegetables.
I guess I chose the entire colour palette for today’s delicious, simple and quick recipe: an Autumn harvest salad with amaranth and roquefort. Plus, there’s oven-baked squash, sweet grapes, fruits cranberries and crunchy hazelnuts, too, so let me warn you: You may never want to eat a different salad in your life again!
Like other people get excited about their summer holidays, a pair of new shoes, an invite to a rooftop party or a visit by a good, old friend, I get excited about the summer produce. Honestly, to me there is (nearly) nothing more beautiful than the variety of berries, pip fruits, aubergines, courgettes and tomatoes one can find at the farmer’s market these days. Speaking of tomatoes: Here is a brand-new recipe for you. Easy as A-B-C, quick and utterly delicious. Vegan tomato avocado salad with toasted sesame seeds and coriander – voilà, for you!