Recipes to try this week
Spice Up Your Day With A Tart
Let’s create this vegetarian tart recipe with the unique combination of broad beans and roasted red pepper. Broad beans are a member of the legume family, and are pretty hardy and adaptable - they grow in most soils and climates. They're a great source of protein and carbohydrates, as well as vitamins A, B1 and B2. In America, it is usually called as Fava beans. Use broad beans to make this delicious tart that is both tasty and healthy.Broad bean and roasted pepper tartIngredients:Self-rising flour, plus extra for dusting- 200gLow fat Spread-..
Sweet Can Be Healthy Too! Find Out How…
Buckwheat is not really related to wheat. It is a kind of fragrant grain that does not contain high protein glutens like that found in wheat. The buckwheat groats are often ground into flour which is then used to make a variety of dishes. This particular recipe uses buckwheat flour to make crepes which are then flavored with honeyed ricotta cheese and topped with sautéed plums. A delightful and healthy dessert!Buckwheat Crepes with Honeyed Ricotta and Sautéed PlumsIngredients:For the Crepes:Buckwheat flour - ½ cupUnbleached..
Beat The Heat With Shanghai Rose
With the summer slowly setting in, you need to keep ideas ready at hand to keep your family hydrated all the time. This mocktail is a perfect way to set the mood for special occasions. The recipe makes enough rose elixir and rosemary crystals for eight drinks; but you can refrigerate the remaining elixir and store the crystals in an airtight container at room temperature and use it upto two weeks. If you're short on time, skip the rosemary crystals and use just the superfine sugar instead. Ingredients:For the rosemary crystals:Dried..
Soulful Duck Gumbo
Soul food is a variety of cuisine popular in African-American culture. It is closely related to the cuisine of the Southern United States. Gumbo, though not strictly soul food, can be considered a slight variation of it.Gumbo is a dish that originated in southern Louisiana during the 18th century. It typically consists primarily of a strongly flavored stock, meat or shellfish, a thickener, and seasoning vegetables, which can include celery, bell peppers and onions (a trio known in Cajun cuisine as the "trinity"; add garlic to make it the "holy trinity")...