Apple Scrambled Eggs

An apple a day keeps the doctor away . . . So it is perfect to eat them for breakfast as apple scrambled eggs. 

Ingredients:

1 portion of eggs
1 apple
Splash of water
Salt 
Vanilla
Cinnamon 

Preparation:
Wash and core the apple and chop or grate it. Heat a pan and cook the apple for a few minutes until soft. Whip the egg with a splash of water and season with vanilla, cinnamon, and salt. Pour the egg over the stewed apple and let it set. Sprinkle with cinnamon before serving. Enjoy!

Roast Beef and Broccoli

Yesterday we highlighted the amazing benefits of broccoli. Today we have an easy and delicious recipe that uses this great vegetable!

Ingredients:
1 serving of roast beef
1 serving of broccoli
1 portion rye bread
1 apple
Salt and pepper

Preparation:
Clean, wash and cut the broccoli into florets. Bring about 2 cups of salted water to the boil in a saucepan. Add the florets and cook until al dente (about 5-8 mins). Drain in a sieve.

Remove the seeds from the apple, cut into eighths and finely chop. Cut the roast beef into 1/4 in (~1cm) wide strips and add to a pan, together with the broccoli and apple. Season with salt and pepper and cook for two minutes.
Arrange everything together on the bread and enjoy!

Tips: For even more flavor try experimenting with different herbs such garlic, rosemary, or chili!

Soybean and Fennel

As promised here is our favorite fennel recipe – this soybean soup with fennel is packed full of delicious herbs.

Ingredients:
1 serving of soybeans
1 serving of fennel
Fresh herbs (parsley, chives, oregano, thyme)
Salt and pepper 

Preparation:
Soak the soybeans in water overnight. Rinse them the next day, add fresh water, and cook the soybeans according to the package instructions.
Wash and clean the fennel (if necessary remove the outer leaves), cut into small cubes, and then roast the fennel in a pan for a few minutes. Then add the fennel to the soybeans and simmer everything for another 10 minutes. Wash the herbs and then chop finely. Season soybeans with salt, pepper and the herbs and enjoy. Depending on how thin or thick your soup is you can also serve it over some rye bread!

Pizza à la Metabolic Balance

Pizza is a universal food that has been adapted many times and today we wanted to share the Metabolic Balance adaptation.

Ingredients: 
1 serving of vegetables (chard, bell peppers, etc.)
½ tomato
1 Tbsp. chopped onion
1 serving of egg
1 Tbsp. water
1 tsp. marjoram/oregano
1 tsp. chopped chives
Salt and pepper

Preparation:
Clean, wash and cut the vegetables into thin strips. Wash the tomato and cut it into small cubes. Whisk the eggs, water, marjoram, salt and chives well with a fork. Cook the onion in a pan then add the chard. After 2-3 minutes add the small cubes of tomatoes. Heat up another pan and distribute the whisked egg evenly in it. Fry the egg like a pancake at medium heat. After 2-3 minutes turn gently and cook on the other side. Place the egg “crust” on a plate and distribute the vegetables and any other toppings evenly over top. Enjoy!

Omelette with Porcini Mushrooms

Omelettes are easy to make and easily adapted for many tastes and meal plans. This recipe uses mushrooms but feel free to substitute with other proteins sources and vegetables!

Ingredients:
2 eggs
150 g or 1 serving of porcini mushrooms
1 Tbsp. chopped onion
1 Tbsp. chopped chives
Salt and pepper

Preparation:

Clean the mushrooms and then thinly slice. Roast the onions and mushrooms in a very hot pan for a few minutes, and season with salt and pepper. Whisk the eggs, season with salt and pepper, and then pour them over the mushrooms and onions. Cook the omelette on both sides and
finally garnish with the chives.

Tip: For extra flavor try adding aromatic herbs such as rosemary or chili for some extra heat.

Stuffed Artichokes

This delicious recipe uses artichokes which are packed full of vitamins and are great for your health!

Ingredients:
1 serving of boiled ham
1 serving of vegetables (artichokes and mushrooms)
1 lemon
Olive oil
Chopped parsley
Salt and pepper

Preparation:
Remove the stem and scaly leaves from the artichoke. Cut off about 1/4 inch from the top of the artichoke. Then place the artichoke immediately in lemon water. Cut the ham and mushrooms into small cubes and roast in oil, season with salt and pepper. Remove from the pan and add the parsley. Then fill artichoke with the ham and mushroom mixture. Place the artichoke in a saucepan with a little oil. Leave to cook covered over low heat for about 35-45 minutes, occasionally pour a little water over the filling so that it does not dry out. Enjoy!

Avocado, Cheese, and Mango Salad

This fresh salad is packed full of delicious ingredients and bold flavors!

Ingredients:
1 serving of cheese
1 serving of vegetables (1/2 avocado, lettuce, 2 grape tomatoes, 1 tsp. diced shallot)
1 serving of mango
1/2 red chili pepper
1 Tbsp. olive oil
1 Tbsp. apple cider vinegar
1 Tbsp. chopped parsley or coriander
Salt and pepper

Preparation:
Clean, wash and drain the salad. Cut the cheese, avocado, and mango into small cubes. Wash and quarter tomatoes. Wash, seed and finely chop the chili pepper. Whisk the parsley, shallot, chili, vinegar, salt, pepper and oil together into a salad dressing. Set 1/3 of the cheese aside to start the meal with. Mix all of the other ingredients with the dressing. Enjoy!

Turbot with Papaya Salad

This recipe can be adapted to be used with whatever fish is on your plan and tastes wonderful in the summer.

Ingredients:
1 serving of turbot
1 serving of Frisée
1 serving of Papaya
Vegetable Broth
1 slice of Rye bread
Salt and pepper

Preparation:
Cut fresh turbot fillet into medium-sized pieces, pepper and cook in a pan on each side for two to four minutes, depending on the thickness, just before serving. Clean the Frisée, wash and spin dry and cut into strips. Peel the papaya, remove the seeds, and cut the pulp into slices. Mix both together, season with salt, pepper and some broth. Cut toasted bread into cubes and add to the salad. Enjoy!

Provencal Barbecue Sauce

This barbecue sauce is packed full of fresh and aromatic herbs and is great to use with fish, meat, or vegetables.

Ingredients (for 1 jar):
4 Spring onions
2 Bell peppers
1 Eggplant
2 Large tomatoes
3 Garlic cloves
2 Rosemary branches
1⁄4 tsp Thyme
1⁄2 tsp Oregano
1 tsp Vegetable broth powder
1/3 cup (75 ml) Balsamic
2 Tbsp Olive oil

Preparation:
Wash the vegetables and then cut into cubes. Peel the garlic and cut it into thin slices. In a medium sized pot on medium heat add the olive oil and garlic. Toast the garlic until aromatic and golden brown. Add the spring onions and eggplant and cook everything for about 5 minutes. Then add the bell peppers and after another 5 minutes add the tomatoes and herbs. Let the vegetable mixture simmer for half an hour. Remove the rosemary branches and then add everything to a blender and puree until smooth. If necessary, add water to thin out the mixture. Season as needed and then add the sauce to a jar and let it cool down. Store in the fridge and use as needed.

Tuna and Mango Salad

This tuna and mango salad is refreshing and delicious but most importantly easy to prepare!

Ingredients:
1 serving of fresh tuna
1 serving of iceberg lettuce
1 serving of mango
Vegetable broth
Salt and pepper

Preparation:
Cut fresh tuna fillet into medium sized pieces, season with salt and pepper, and then sauté for two to four minutes on each side, just before serving. Clean, wash and dry the salad and then cut into bite-sized pieces. Peel the mango and cut into thin strips. Combine the mango and lettuce, season with salt, pepper, and vegetable broth. Arrange fish and salad on a plate and enjoy!

Tip: For more flavor you can also add chili to the mango salad or depending on your plan/phase make a salad dressing using ginger, soy sauce, garlic, and chili.