1 serving leek
1 serving egg
spices: salt, pepper to taste
Wash and clean the leek and cut into fine rings. Saute leek in a hot pan for a few minutes, season with salt and pepper. Whisk the eggs and season with salt and pepper. Pour the egg mixture into a hot pan and let it set, then fry on both sides. Cut the apple into small pieces. Place the omelette on a plate and top with leek and apple.
Enjoy your meal!
This avocado mango feta combination is a real culinary delight!
1 serving sheep’s feta cheese
1 serving vegetables (1/2 avocado, field salad, 2 cocktail tomatoes, 1 tsp. diced shallot)
1 portion mango
Spices: 1/2 red chili pepper, pepper from the mill, sea salt, 1 TBsp. olive oil, apple vinegar,
Herbs: 1 TBsp. chopped parsley or coriander
Clean, wash and drain the salad. Cut the cheese, avocado and mango into small cubes.
Wash and quarter tomatoes. Wash the chili pepper, remove the seeds and chop finely.
Mix parsley, shallot, chili, vinegar, salt, pepper and oil to a salad dressing. Put some cheese aside and for your protein appetizer. Mix all other ingredients with the dressing. Enjoy your meal!
Ingredients for 1 Serving:
1 serving grated cheese
1 serving green or pointed cabbage
1 serving rye crisp bread
Herbs and spices: caraway or cumin, 1 TBsp. olive oil
Crumble rye crisp bread, cut green and pointed cabbage into fine stripes. Roast bread in a dry pan and then put aside. Stir-fry the cabbage in a pan, add the roasted bread and season to taste with some caraway or cumin. Sprinkle with grated cheese and roast until crispy. Serve immediately. Enjoy your meal!
Fresh herbs simply spice up every dish and parsley is no exception! It’s one of the most popular herbs which many people love.
Parsley belongs to the umbelliferous family and can be found with smooth as well as curly leaves. The smooth parsley is much more aromatic with an intense flavor. It’s rich in vitamin C and was known as far back as ancient Greece for its healing, diuretic effect due to the essential oil apiol.
A few tips … to keep parsley longer crisp, wrap fresh parsley into a moist kitchen towel and store it in the fridge or you can freeze the whole stems. The best thing, however, is that the parsley can be easily grown in a pot or the garden. Give it a try! When you grow your own, you’ll always have fresh parsley. Parsley goes well with dill, chervil, chives and lemon balm. If you don’t try using fresh herbs, you’ll definitely miss something in the kitchen.
Recipe: For a simple parsley sauce, mix 100 ml extra-virgin olive oil in a small bowl with two finely chopped cloves of garlic, 2 tbsp. chopped parsley and some salt. This fresh sauce goes well with grilled or baked fish.
We love vegetables from the wok! Yummy vegetarian tofu wok.
Ingredients: 1 serving tofu
1 serving vegetables from your plan (e.g., princess beans, bell pepper, 1 tsp. diced red onion)
Spices: tamari soy sauce, ginger, garlic, lemon grass, chili, vegetable stock, turmeric, sea salt, black pepper, coconut milk, coconut oil,
Preparation: peel the garlic and ginger and chop finely. Chop thick parts of lemon grass and the chili finely. Mix tamari, garlic, ginger, chili, lemon grass, turmeric, salt, freshly ground pepper and coconut oil into a marinade. Cut the tofu into small cubes and marinate overnight.
Wash and clean vegetables and briefly blanch beans in salted water. Cut the bell pepper into stripes. Sauté the tofu, add the onion cubes and steam. Fry bell peppers briefly, then add the beans and deglaze with coconut milk. Bring all to the boil and season to taste.
Today we enjoy an exotic tuna salad with mango slices
1 serving fresh tuna
1 serving frisée lettuce
1 serving mango
some salt, pepper and vegetable stock
Cut fresh tuna fillet into medium sized pieces, pepper, salt lightly and sauté for two to four minutes on each side, depending on thickness, just before serving. Clean, wash and dry the salad. Cut into stripes. Peel the mango and cut the fruit pulp from the core, cut into stripes. Mix both with salt, pepper and some broth. Arrange fish and salad on a plate. Enjoy your meal!
1 serving seeds (2/3 pumpkin seeds, 1/3 sunflower seeds)
1 serving melon
1 serving vegetables (e.g., kohlrabi and arugula)
some fresh ginger
1/2 chili pepper
vinegar (use a light colored one)
Roast the seed mix in a dry pan and allow to cool. Peel the kohlrabi, slice thinly and season with salt. Remove the seeds from the melon, cut into thin slices and remove the skin. Wash arugula, drain and spread on a plate. Place the melon and kohlrabi alternately on top in a fan shape. Wash chili, cut into thin rings and sprinkle on top. Grate ginger and add the juice, season with pepper and vinegar. Allow to steep for about 10 minutes and then add the seed mix.
If you don’t like it very spicy, rather use chili powder or omit chili altogether. The combination of fresh ginger and vinegar makes everything pleasantly spicy.
One of our rules is “eat an apple a day”. It is not necessary to just eat the apple by itself or as a dessert. It also adds flavor in savory dishes. For example, try it in this delicious roast beef broccoli pan.
1 serving roast beef
1 serving broccoli
1 serving wholemeal rye bread
salt & pepper
Clean and wash broccoli and divide into florets. Bring to the boil in a saucepan about 2 cups of salted water. Add the florets and cook covered for about eight minutes. Drain in a sieve.
Remove the seeds from the apple, cut into eighths and chop finely. Cut the roast beef into wide strips of 1 cm (1/2″) and add to the pan, with the broccoli and apple. Season with salt and pepper and fry for two minutes.
Arrange everything on the bread and enjoy!
This recipe fits perfectly during the summer season: fruity soup with sole fillet
1 serving sole fillet
1 serving cauliflower
1 serving dried apricots
Vegetable broth, Spices: salt and pepper
Wash the sole fillet, dab dry, cut into coarse cubes and salt lightly. Heat some water in a coated pan and fry the sole cubes all around. Wash and clean the cauliflower and divide into florets. Bring the vegetable broth to the boil in a saucepan, add the florets and apricots and cook at medium heat for about six minutes until soft. Remove a few florets and puree the rest. Add the sole cubes and florets again and let the soup steep for another five minutes and season to taste. Enjoy your meal!
Today enjoy crispiness with tasty salmon covered by a rye grit crust
1 serving salmon
1 serving vegetables (carrot, celery, spinach, 1 tsp. diced onion)
10g rye grits (or one ground crispy rye bread)
Oil; spices: garlic, salt, pepper, nutmeg, herbs: Chive, parsley
Wash, clean and juice the carrot and celery. Boil the semolina with the vegetable juice, add the vegetable pomace (pulp of the juiced carrot and celery), and season. Stir in chopped herbs. Wash and clean the spinach. Brown onion cubes and garlic in oil, add spinach and season. Wash, dab dry and season the salmon. Put the spinach in an ovenproof dish, place the fish on top and cook for about 7 minutes in a steam cooker or oven. Remove from oven, spread cooked grits (or the ground crispy rye bread) on top of fish and put again briefly under the grill. Enjoy your meal!
You can also cook the grits with vegetable broth.
Instead of grits you can also use ground rye crispbread.