This recipe comes from the wonderful book "Mon premier dîner végétarien" by Alice Hart, which I was gifted for my bday a couple of weeks ago.
Ive modified it a little bit to suit my tastes even better, but the original was really great as is, too.
This is different from other recipes in that the falafels are being baked in the oven, so that they arent as heavy. I hope you enjoy this as much as we do! :)
Note: 30 minutes of chill time are not included in prep time.
We made this recipe for my mum's bday buffet and it was so beautiful and so tasty that I just had to share it here.
It makes for a wonderful side dish or appetiser that looks beautiful and tastes great!
The original recipe comes from the German Women's magazine "Brigitte".
I hope youll enjoy it!
This recipe is taken from a German monthly cooking magazine called "Für jeden Tag" (everyday cooking).
It is a very fresh, beautiful to look at and yummy pasta salad, that is great for all occasions. It is simple to prepare and sure to impress guests.
I used red radishes in place of some of the tomatoes, but you can add your favourite veggie or use only tomato.
I hope youll enjoy it as much as we did! :)
Yesterday my sis and me really craved some pasta salad, so we came up with this little something. It features veggies, cheese, an egg, sour cream and mediterranian spices. We really enjoyed it a lot and hope that you will, too!
If you are looking for something more healthy, feel free to use fat reduced sour cream or low fat-yoghurt, fat-reduced cheese and more veggies.
These patties are a slightly different take on falafel as they are actually no-cook and served cold.
They have a yummy chickpea sesame flavour and go great with all sorts of dips such as a cucumber or spicy tomato raita.
I hope you enjoy them as much as we did!
This is a yummy, healthy salad recipe, which will have you come back for more. :)
Well at least, if you like earthy beet flavour, combined with sweet apple and salty feat cheese. I hope youll enjoy!
The original version of this dish comes from German chef Tim Mälzer.
This is another refreshing lunch salad my sis and me came up with for taking to school with us. It features millet, beans and cucumber thus being very healthy and giving you lots of power. The feta makes a nice salty addition without adding too many calories.
I made Sam#3's Recipe #296860 and didnt quite feel like using it all as a dip, so my sis and me came up with this super yummy, crisp salad.
Im sure it would be lovely with some pita bread.
I hope youll enjoy it as much as we did. :)
This is a healthy, veggie-filled salad, which is perfect for an autumn dinner or potluck.
It adds an oriental twist to one of the most traditional fall veggies. If you cant find hokkaido squash, you may use any pumpkin or squash you like (prepare accordingly).
This is a very versatile dish as you can adjust the veggies and spices to your liking and also eat it either hot or cold.
This recipe offers a sligthly modern (maybe even exotic) twist on your traditional oven-baked (root) veggies. Fresh lime juice paired with cinnamon sugar and feta cheese accentuate the veggie's deliciousness perfectly to make a very yummy dish!
Feel free to use other vegetables if there are any you can't get or dislike.
A greeting from the easter bunny. :) This is a wonderful moist casserole dish with lots of vitamins and flavour. This tasty twist on your ordinary carrot dish is easy and rather quick to prepare as well.
As the title indicates, I got this recipe from a good friend of mine, Anne. It is very quick and easy to make and really tasty, too. It's great for potlucks or brunch buffets (the recipe can be multiplied easily). I know there are many pasta salads on zaar already, but I think this one is just a little different.
I hope you enjoy!
Note: 250 g = 9oz; 200 g = 7oz