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Summer Matcha & Mint Lemonade

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I love matcha tea, not only tasty and healthy, but very versatile too as it comes in a powdered form. You can use it in cakes, smoothies, drinks and more. So when I received Matcha & Mint from EatCleanTea I got really excited. They asked me to review the product and create a summer drink recipe with it. Easy -peasy. The affair …

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My Take On French Ratatouille

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It’s such a lovely and easy meal. Tastes like summer 🙂 I love it freshly prepared with a slice of rye bread, my husband prefers it with piece of grilled chicken and should Bobcat have a picky day (again) then I just blend his portion into a sauce and serve it with pasta and cheese. Voila, fresh and healthy dinner …

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Sugar and Gluten Free Hazelnut Or Almond Pan-Bread

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This pan-bread is one of the easiest thing to make and I really like the combination of nuts and dried fruits. Not using any flour, it’s a cross between cornbread and cake. Really yummy and quilt-free, if you manage not to eat the whole bread at once. The original recipe is from River Cottage Gluten Free  I changed a few …

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Rainbow Pasta Salad With Greek Yogurt Dressing

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We had some of my husband’s male friends coming over the other day for a quick lunch before watching football. And what a good wife am I? I prepared roast chicken for them with greek salad, but then I thought, I should probably give them another – more substantial – side dish option before heading to the LIBRARY. This salad …

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Cauliflower And Paneer With Coconut Curry

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I love paneer, it’s a good base for vegetarian curry recipes and by adding it to literally any veggie curry or replacing meat with it works out always for me. With cauliflower I am a bit ambivalent, I usually need a masking flavour to make it tastier. Curry is one of them. This time however, I was craving coconut curry and …

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Quick Super Cheesy Zucchini Risotto For Kids

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Well, obviously, it’s not only for kids and because it’s got no wine in it, it’s not exactly a risotto. But tasty and cheesy, Bobcat loved it. I cooked it last night when I was craving curry and Bobcat is not a huge fan of curry (at the moment. He used to like it, but he’s quite picky nowadays). So …

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Italian Style Avocado And Tomato Dip Or Cream

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I love finding new ways how to make avocado a little bit more attractive for my family. Instead of trying to make them understand how good is avocado for them (it contains very little fat, but lots of Omega 3 and 6,  fiber, potassium, vitamins E, K, B6 and C and protein) I rather just create tasty food with these super …

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Spinach And Ricotta Rotolo Verde From The Oven

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Keep coming up with new pasta dishes for the whole family (preferably a meat-free one) is challenging. I was looking for something new to try when I came across this recipe on BBC Good Food I liked the idea of spinach and ricotta combination filled pasta tubes. Rotolo (Italian for roll) can be made from fresh lasagne pasta. But I didn’t want …

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Easy And Quick Home Made Pizza Base And Tomato Sauce

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Bobcat has reached that infamous toddler’s life time event, where pizza is the best food in the whole world and I expect his love of pizza to stick around for a few years 🙂 So I decided to learn how to make yummy and healthy pizza at home, which doesn’t take too much time and effort. So here’s a recipe …

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Fresh Spinach and Pear Salad With Feta Cheese And Pomegranate

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I’m a big fan of salads combining fruits, vegetables and cheese. I could eat them every day. When you’re having guests and you want to prepare something different from the usual green salad, this could work very well as a good-looking, tasty and not your everyday starter dish. There’s not much work with it either, ready in 15 minutes. The …