My adaptation of the traditional Kerala Green Peas Masala Curry, with added spinach (I’m such a fan of spinach!). Can be served with rice for the gluten free version, or with semolina.
Don’t freak out if you don’t have all the spices for the masala. Garlic, ginger and cumin are basics, for the rest do with what you have, be creative! Continue reading “Green Masala Curry”
I finally made the famous beetroot vegan brownies! And … it was nice! Tasty & moist, chocolaty & nutty… in one word, yummy!
As often, recipe inspiration from Made In Hackney, check their web for full recipe. Here comes my version: Continue reading “Beetroot & Chocolate Brownies”
Quick and fun recipe for some indulgent but guilt-free energy balls. Sugar-free (the sweetness comes from the dates), they are the perfect snack for all the family!
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I usually have this refreshing quinoa salad for lunch although you can also serve it as a side dish. Easy to make, this recipe is quite versatile – please do some ingredient swaps according to your taste & fridge content!
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A great way to make the most of the carrot tops, loaded as the roots with minerals and vitamins. (This recipe can actually be made with any leafy greens.)
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Dressings are as important as the content of your salad. And not all dressings go with any salad, that’s would be too easy! In my opinion, richer salads made of many different ingredients, including savoury and sweet notes, ask for simple salad dressing – a dash of extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice is just perfect. On the other hand, mustard or tahini dressing go well with lighter salads that do not already include too many different flavours.
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Guacamole, the famous and classical avocado side dish, can be served as a dip or as a condiment in dishes such as burritos or burgers.
But please, don’t over consume avocado: even though I am a huge fan of avocado, I have it once – max twice – a month as the avocado boom is having disastrous consequences in Mexico, such as deforestation and environmental degradation due to an important use of chemicals. Without mentioning the fact that part of its production is controlled by drug cartels who give a hard time to the farmers. This being said, enjoy your guacamole (it’s a treat)!
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