Tag: gluten free

Cauliflower kapamas

Cauliflower kapamas

| April 21, 2014 | 10 Replies

The traditional Greek cauliflower kapamas [kapamás] is a budget-friendly cooking method which is based on cooking crunchy cauliflower florets with potatoes and tomatoes. Everyday cauliflower gets a flavorful kick from cinnamon and clove powder. 

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Little chocolate rocks

Little chocolate rocks

| April 14, 2014 | 3 Replies

Those little chocolate rocks are the cure. The crunchiness of freshly roasted almonds in these clusters complements the richness of the dark chocolate. Tip: dip your fingers into the mixture while melting and feel the seductive texture to your palate.

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DIY baked kale chips

DIY baked kale chips

| February 17, 2014 | 8 Replies

Super-nutritious DIY baked kale leaves have a substantial flavor, which allows them to be complimented by the heat of various spices. These leaves will need a couple of minutes in the oven to dry out and get crispy.   

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Black olive and kumquat crispy bread sticks

Black olive and kumquat crispy bread sticks

| February 10, 2014 | Reply

The salty and bitter notes will already be complementing each other from the moment you add to your recipe Thassian black olives and little kumquat fruits from Corfu island. This combination skews the overall flavor to positive effect, challenging the whole family to snap up every last crispy bread stick.

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Mini yogurt shot

Mini yogurt shot

| January 28, 2014 | 4 Replies

Lucky for us, mini yogurt shots is our favorite clean eating desserts and definitely will be yours if not yet. Inspired by the Greek everyday life, where yogurt an essential product and often combined with honey. Thankfully this is easy to prepare, yummy and super healthy that your kids will love to eat.

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Roasted pumpkin with quinoa

Roasted pumpkin with quinoa

| January 15, 2014 | 1 Reply

Pumpkin cubes take on an intense, sweet flavor when roasted, while the seasoning of ground sumac adds a pleasant noticeable lemony spice aftertaste. All the ingredients complement one another perfectly, making this dish a year-round option.

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DIY Grilled corn on the cob

DIY Grilled corn on the cob

| August 28, 2013 | 1 Reply

Unveil a brilliant sunny sweetness by peeling the husk of a freshly picked ear of a corn. Grilled corn is the essence of late summer desire, while the DIY suggested method brings up childhood memories.

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Russian salad

Russian salad

| April 16, 2013 | Reply

The possibilities when preparing potatoes are endless, but the Belgian chef Lucien Olivier invented one of Moscow’s most popular salad, called “Russian salad” or “Olivie”. The original recipe includes a lot more expensive ingredients, whereas the following rustic-alternative version substitutes the originals, the flavor remains authentic and additively delicious!

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Sorrel and swiss chard with black-eyed peas

Sorrel and swiss chard with black-eyed peas

| April 14, 2013 | Reply

Strolling through the farmers’ market, one or two vegetables like swiss chard and sorrel make you scratch your head. Perhaps you have heard about them, maybe even tried them at your friend’s home or didn’t even know they were included in a dish. But cook them? We challenge you to put these oft-neglected veggies to good use.

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Egg lemon lamp with artichokes

Egg lemon lamp with artichokes

| April 4, 2013 | Reply

Greek traditional recipe which combines proteins with a highly rich veggie. Egg lemon lamb with artichoke hearts creates an unexpected mouth-melting flavor and allows you to dive into the plate’s sauce using a warm-crusty loaf of bread!

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