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Emointhekitchen
  • Japan,  Spring,  Sweet Stuff,  Winter

    Strawberry oatmeal risotto

    emointhekitchen I would like to introduce you to the “Strawberry Risotto with Oatmeal”, which you should definitely make at this time when I can get delicious strawberries at a reasonable price! It is often thought of as a “winter” because demand increases for Christmas, but was originally the “spring” season for strawberries from March to May. A simple but delicious dessert risotto that is a little fashionable. It can be made in 10 minutes, so it is recommended for busy mornings, remote work lunches, and snacks when you are hungry. Strawberries are also rich in nutrients, such as vitamin C and polyphenols. Combined with fibre-rich oatmeal, it becomes the strongest…

  • Recipes,  Sweet Stuff,  Winter

    Vegan Apple Crumble

    emointhekitchen It’s the season when apples are delicious. A crumble that goes well with a slightly sour apple. It’s easy to make with plant-based ingredients, so how about a little snack? First, make a sauteed apple and use it for apple crumble. 2 apples 3 tablespoons olive oil 200 of water 30g cane sugar 2 tablespoons of lemon juice cinnamon and nutmeg vanilla essence a little Peel the apples into bite-sized pieces and expose them to a little saltwater. Drain the apples and fry in olive oil. When the heat goes through and the surroundings are slightly coloured, add the ingredients, cover with a lid, and simmer on medium heat…

  • Curry,  Greece,  Recipes,  Winter

    Bean curry with aubergine

    emointhekitchen Legumes are a wonderful thing! And beans in particular:) Aubergine is a popular Mediterranean vegetable, which we have long since adopted as our own. It has a delicate neutral taste and a mushroom-like structure, the flesh is fleshy and absorbs other flavours well, which is why it is often used in vegetarian dishes. And you can conjure really wonderful goodies from them… We need: 1 white bean 400 g peeled tomatoes 1 onion 2 cloves of garlic aubergine cumin garam masala coconut milk lemon juice fresh coriander(spinach, basil, parsley…) Procedure: Finely chop the onion and slowly fry it in a pan in oil. Add a teaspoon of cumin to…

  • Curry,  Grains and Legumes,  India,  Recipes,  Winter

    Curry made of red lentils

    emointhekitchen This exotic recipe, full of fragrant spices, is a good example of how to prepare legumes in an interesting and tasty way. This is what one of them might look like. You can be creative and use any seasonal vegetable. I love dishes that are simple and require little work. One of them is this lentil curry, which basically cooks itself. Just throw all the ingredients into one pan and look forward to the result. Warm curry is an ideal dish for winter sleet. You will be happy to cook food full of flavours and aromas that is really easy to prepare. You will need: 3/4 cup red lentils…

  • Dairy,  Recipes,  Salads,  Winter

    Carrot & Raisin Salad

    emointhekitchen This time I would like to introduce you to an ordinary carrot popular on business trips. Once you make it, you can eat it little by little every day. Carrots are a strong ally of women and modern people. The main thing is said to be medicinal, healthy in the gastrointestinal tract, hydrates and hydrates the body. It is a food that women want to eat every day, not to mention those who have symptoms such as dry skin, anaemia, dizziness and insomnia. It is ideal for people who tend to use their eyes excessively, so please follow the recipe. We need: (for about 2 people) 1 large (or…

  • Meat and Poultry,  Recipes,  Winter

    Roasted turkey meat with rosehips sauce

    emointhekitchen (for winter replenishment of the organism, unsuitable for acute illness) I have a new recipe for rosehip full of vitamin C. Rosehips are one of the best sources of vitamin C in the world. I will be happy if you write to in the comments on how you liked. We need: boneless turkey meat, onion, small carrots, a piece of celery, a concentrated decoction of rosehips, a little tomato puree, cinnamon, cloves, bay leaf, millet flour, salt, pepper. Procedure: We collect the rosehips by hand, for therapeutic effects it is important to remove internal seeds, hairs and dry. Rosehips soak overnight in cold water to immerse them, cook for…

  • China,  Czech,  Meat and Poultry,  Recipes,  Soups,  Winter

    Roasted Duck with Red Cabbage & Liver Dumplings

    emointhekitchen The flagship menu prepared could certainly be, for example, a roast duck with cabbage and dumplings, and the festive Sunday lunch would probably be preceded by beef broth with liver dumplings. Now let’s break down both dishes ‘in Chinese” By roasting, the originally neutral duck gets a plus in nature, but the counterweight is  cabbage (or with an apple), for which nature does not change much by cooking. Wash the duck, salt it inside and stuff it with apples mixed with onions. Sprinkle with cumin. Pour a glass of water and bake. Bake for 2.5 hours at 175 ° C. This recipe for quickly cooked cabbage. Fry the finely…

  • Chicken Salad with Pomegranate
    Armenia,  Meat and Poultry,  Recipes,  Salads,  Winter

    Chicken meat salad with pomegranate

    emointhekitchen As I mentioned in the section About me, I like different types of ethnic cuisine. Traditional recipes refer to the fact that our ancestors knew about healthy nutrition, life in harmony with nature and different seasons more than we do. In a way, I fell in love with Armenian cuisine. Armenia has been involuntarily and many times in history affected by many different nations and probably because of that its cuisine has assumed a lot of foreign elements. In the difficult times of Armenian history, it was also important to get out with simple ingredients. This led to great modesty and at the same time to extraordinary creativity. Although…

  • Mushrooms,  Recipes,  Soups,  Winter

    Potato soup with buckwheat

    emointhekitchen According to traditional Chinese medicine, winter is a period associated with the kidneys and bladder. That is why we include foods in the diet that support them, heat them and at the same time supplement qi, yang and blood. As for heat treatment, in general, the cooking time during the winter is long and we can afford more than ever baked and fried meals. Warm food 2x or 3x a day will support our immunity in this cold season. Then I was about to cook my first potato soup. Potato soup, this prototype of ordinary soup, this food that is bubbling on an old stove in a small cottage…

  • Recipes,  Sweet Stuff,  Winter

    Christmas gingerbread from rye flour

    emointhekitchen A cute ‘cookie’ that makes Christmas easily and deliciously. Wholemeal rye flour makes these cookies a bit healthier because it contains a lot of fibre and other nutrients. In this recipe, I also reduced some sugar and ghee, just for his health. Christmas was originally an event celebrating the winter solstice. Therefore, the theory is that he ate ginger, which is effective in preventing colds, hoping for the health of his family. There is also a theory that sweets made with spices such as cinnamon last a long time, so they are now made in the cold and long winter months. Christmas gingerbread from rye flour (benefit is for…

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