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Emointhekitchen
  • Grains and Legumes,  Meat and Poultry,  Recipes,  Summer

    Grilling variations of pork stuffed with leeks with summer bulgur in paprika+ zucchini dip with garlic, grilled tomato

    emointhekitchen The summer season is a time of plenty, beauty and joy. Yang reaches its maximum. Naturally, we spend most of our time outside.  We should pay attention to what is happening around us, to be more interested in our loved ones and friends. Preparing together and sitting in the open air at a table full of colourful tempting dishes will relax the atmosphere, relieve the heart and the reward will be an uplifted soul and joy spilt all over our bodies. Barbecue is part of summer, but in order to enjoy it in good health, it is important to choose from quality types of meat and fish, for which…

  • Recipes,  Salads,  Summer

    Summer salad of sprouted mung beans with avocado, mango, arugula and roasted macadamia nuts

    emointhekitchen The salad is suitable for consumption in these hot summer months. The cold nature of the mung and the bitter taste of the arugula will refresh our body, macadamia nuts and avocados will provide quality fats. Enjoy your meal. Ingredients: 125g mung beans 1 larger avocado (or 2 smaller) 1 mango arugula (or dandelion leaves) 80 g of macadamia nuts olive oil salt Method: We first soak the mung beans in a bowl for 10-12 hours, then rinse them and let them germinate (germination time 1-3 days; here it is necessary to rinse and change the water at least twice a day). Rinse the sprouted mungo again, pour it…

  • Recipes,  Soups,  Summer

    Cauliflower soup with fennel, dill and cereal dumplings

    emointhekitchen Dietetics, but the whole teaching of traditional Chinese medicine is based on the constant balancing of the opposing forces of yin and yang and the effort to restore their balance when there are no extreme fluctuations leading to disease. Food, as one of the strongest everyday influences on our body and mind, should also not have a distinct effect in either direction. Raw food is one of the extremes, especially if it is consumed all year round. At the opposite pole are long baking and drying of food. According to the TCM, each food and method of preparation affects the mechanism of qi flow in our body. Cauliflower soup…

  • Meat and Poultry,  Recipes,  Spring

    Stewed rabbit with spring vegetables

    emointhekitchen People often use the rabbit only for roasting or with sirloin sauce, so I mention another treatment that makes better use of the properties of meat. This recipe is suitable for people who are dry, sinewy, irritable or hot from emptiness. For people without problems, we can add green pepper and a little white wine. We need: abortion of rabbit meat with bone 1 onion salt green pepper 200 ml white wine rice semolina vegetables of your choice (radish, carrots, spinach,  peas) Procedure: In a deeper pot, quickly fry the roughly sliced onion, add portions of meat, salt, cover and simmer in our own juice almost until soft. When the…

  • Recipes,  Soups,  Spring

    Spring soup of green peas (Spring time according to Chinese medicine)

    emointhekitchen Food for spring cleaning Suitable spring foods should be sour tastes and preferably green in colour. The sour taste promotes the energy of the liver and gallbladder. If both of these organs are weakened, it is advisable to add sweet foods. The basis of the diet should be easily digestible meals, but not raw food and cold food because they burden the digestion. In principle, all spring vegetables are suitable: Spring soup of green peas Ingredients 400 g fresh or frozen peas 1 larger potato 1 vegetable stock (fresh or made from organic cubes) 1 onion 1 tablespoon ghee (or butter) 2 teaspoons of fresh thyme leaves You will…

  • Armenia,  Meat and Poultry,  Recipes

    Armenia Lahmacun

    emointhekitchen Think of Lahmacun, a distinctive Lahamajoun, like a super-thin crispy Turkish dough (or Armenian), complemented by a mixture of ground meat with peppers, tomatoes, fresh herbs and earthy spices.comes from the Arabic “lahma bi’ajeen”, which literally means “dough with meat”. Lahmacun has two different components. Dough and meat icing. Traditionally, Turkish lahmacun is made with minced lamb, but you can also use lean ground beef. What makes the topping special is the combination of flavours. In this lahmacun recipe, I use a food processor to create the topping. Ground lamb (or beef), mixed with sweet red peppers, shallots, garlic, tomato paste, fresh herbs, allspice, cumin, a dash of cinnamon,…

  • Autumn,  Recipes,  Soups,  Winter

    Hokkaido Pumpkin (Pumpkin porridge)

    emointhekitchen Pumpkin porridge In the diet with the omission of starches, it is a little trouble to find a suitable breakfast that, in addition to the absence of cereals, meets the requirement of traditional Chinese medicine to warm Yang’s spleen, strengthen Qi centre. In this article, we will focus on an alternative healthy breakfast that meets all the requirements of traditional Chinese medicine and a starch-free diet: is warm, just cooked from fresh ingredients the ingredients have a beneficial effect on health, thus strengthening the Qi spleen. Such a breakfast adds energy, strengthens the body overall, including immunity is tasty its preparation takes only a few minutes, which is often…

  • Armenian borsch
    Armenia,  Recipes,  Soups

    Armenian Borsch

    emointhekitchen Borsch is usually beet-root based a slightly sour soup popular in Eastern European cuisines. There is an awful lot of ways to cook it. Recipes differ considerably from one another. In every country, borsch is a bit different. Some countries even have several variants of this soup. Here I am mentioning one of the Armenian recipes, which in my opinion is of the most balanced composition. I will not deal with individual ingredients as in most of my other recipes, because this soup is simply an example of combining different kinds of vegetables and meat into one harmonic whole. According to the traditional Chinese medicine approach, I would say that this soup…

  • pasta_alla_strega_gluten_free
    Pasta,  Recipes,  Soups

    “This Is not What I Expected” movie Pasta

    emointhekitchen A gluten-free version of Pasta Alla Strega I like Asian cinematography. I do not mean Hong Kong kung fu movies with bruce lee, but rather independent directors. But even mainstream production is sometimes worth mentioning. I recently saw a romantic comedy “This is not what I expected” <喜欢你>, loosely based on the book “Finally I Get You” written by Lan Bai Se. The plot is pretty simple: the rich man meets a poor girl and NO, they don’t fell in love but he fell in love with her cooking. Because the girl is actually a chef in a hotel restaurant…I would stop here, you can (if you are interested)…

  • Kimchi-jjigae
    Indian summer,  Korea,  Recipes,  Soups,  Summer

    Kimchi-jjigae (Rich Korean Soup)

    emointhekitchen Traditionally this soup could be served in a large pot in the middle of the table. The whole family would meet and share the meal from the shared pot. It is a bit like a Chinese hot pot or a French fondue. Hot pots, as well as fondue, are very social dinning methods so if you are kinda shy and not at ease with “hot potting” you are of course free to use individual bowls for serving. Children, however, usually love this kind of pastime. Therefore, if you are a larger family with kids I suggest you give it a try. You will certainly enjoy a lot of fun.…

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