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Top 3 recipes in 30 minutes for January: Cook smartly according to the needs of the body…


We bring you a selection of top recipes for January. Cook cleverly from ingredients that give your body a selection of t..
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We bring you a selection of top recipes for January. Cook cleverly from ingredients that give your body a selection of t...
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We bring you a selection of top recipes for January. Cook cleverly from ingredients that give your body a selection of the best nutrients without ventilating your wallet. Thanks to the right combination of quality ingredients and spices, you will get a full-fledged meal ready within 30 minutes.

Indian dhal from red lentils with basmati rice



This simple soup or main dish of red lentils comes from India, where it is part of a traditional lunch menu. The basis is a quality selection of red lentils, which should basically come from BIO production, you do not want to consume a chemical cocktail of various chemical sprays. If you love the taste of real curry, you must definitely try this dish! A delicious and definitely healthy meal full of proteins, which will also keep you warm in the winter. There is nothing wrong with this soup, treat yourself to freedom with a variation of the flavors of the added ingredients and spices. You can conjure up a very tasty lunch for a few crowns from relatively cheap ingredients. If you suffer from bloating, try a trick with added turmeric, which eliminates this annoying problem.

Fiskesuppe Norwegian fish soup with root vegetables



The warming power of the Norwegian landscape immersed in this rich soup could thus be defined as the enjoyment of the balanced flavors of this traditional Nordic dish. Quality fish broth is one of the healthiest dishes that should be eaten before the winter. It contains a huge amount of collagen, which strengthens the growth and regeneration of hair and nails, strengthens joints. Proteins are the basic building block of almost all cells and drive away hunger. And a good dose of minerals such as - calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and sodium, which are important for our strong immunity. This Zen food appears in many Norwegian regions and seasonal versions. It usually consists of various types of fish, crustaceans and root vegetables, cooked in a rich broth with butter, milk and cream. This delicious soup can be served as an appetizer or main course. Try the preparation of cod or salmon in the form of this delicious soup, which is served covered with lots of fresh herbs, dripped with lemon juice.

Spelled wheat risotto



Spelled wheat or great-grandmother of wheat is an unbred species that differs from modern wheat in its composition and taste. The slightly hazelnut taste stands out best when roasted in a pan with the addition of root or fresh vegetables. The advantage of this great ingredient is that you can combine it with almost anything and it can be served as a side dish or main course. Currently, spelled is considered a healthier alternative to bred wheat, with a higher proportion of minerals and proteins. However, its roots go back to the period of 8,000 BC, when the Germans, Celts and Egyptians. Even then, our ancestors knew the raw material that will give you the strength you need and at the same time contains a very low percentage of fats (2%) and a list of minerals (magnesium, phosphorus, copper, calcium, zinc). Simply a cocktail of what our immune system often lacks. Try combining spelled with roasted vegetables such as carrots, celery and beets. Fry the boiled spelled wheat in renneted butter and mix with the chopped roasted vegetables. Serve with grated parmesan cheese and chopped parsley.

Wheat berry risotto

Wheat berry risotto


Spelled wheat or great-grandmother of wheat is an unbred species that differs from modern wheat in its composition and taste.


Sous Vide Steak

Sous Vide Steak


Try this unique meat preparation. A delicacy that will conquer you.


Fiskesuppe - Creamy Fish Soup

Fiskesuppe - Creamy Fish Soup


Quality fish broth is one of the healthiest dishes that should be eaten before the winter


Indian red lentil dal

Indian red lentil dal


If you love the taste of real curry, you must definitely try this dish!



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