December 18th, 2014
A potato salad on the lighter side – yet it compromises nothing. Dressed with a simple but brilliant concoction made with beef stock and vinegar, typical for Southern German potato salad this side dish will become your secret main star.
A relaxing and refreshing ‘ahhh’ is what you are going to say when you try this salad with Japanese buckwheat noodles and complimentary dressed raw, fresh vegetables with a nice bite.
It really is a great and healthy salad especially on a hot summer day, as it’ll help you keep your cool while also tasting amazing. Yes, there is some various vegetables chopping involved here but as soon as you take the first bite you’ll know it was the right decision to make this salad. I promise.
Originating from the (internet) famous two-ingredient pancakes these breakfast classics truly deserve their hype. They are moist, they have fluff and their satisfying sweetness merely comes from ripe and fiberlicious bananas – keeping you pleasantly full and your blood sugar level stable. Reasonable support comes from ground almonds and vanilla bean. It’s useful being top banana pancakes in the kitchen department.
Very refreshing and full of healthy raw vegetables this modern-day Gazpacho version never disappoints and is ideal for warm summer days.
The typically tomato based soup that’s been served cold originates in Andalusia, Spain and has ancient roots. The original recipe also featured stale bread that has been softened with water as a soup ingredient. Tomatoes were actually added only later after Christoph Kolumbus introduced these botanically considered fruits to Europe.