A plant-based diet is packed with interesting flavours and does not require advanced cooking skills. You just need to be willing to try something different. Your taste buds will be delighted indeed!
Cauliflower is a popular vegetable not only because it is rich in healthy nutrients, but also because there are a number of ways to cook it. Cauliflower soup is a good way to start a meal.
– 1 head cauliflower
– ½ silver skin onion
– 4 cloves garlic
– 1 dmBio vegetable stock cube
– 2 small tablespoons Himalayan salt
– 1 small tablespoon Zaatar spice blend
– 100 ml plant milk
Cut up cauliflower into florets, add a dash of olive oil, and bake in the oven for 30 minutes. Place the cauliflower florets into a pot, add enough water to cover the cauliflower, and add chopped silver skin onion, garlic, spices and dmBio vegetable stock cube. Cook for about ten minutes. Add plant milk and let simmer for a few minutes. It is cooked and ready to be served.
Penny Buns and Ashen Chanterelle with Basmati Rice
Penny Bun – in comparison with to some other types of mushrooms, it contains large amounts of protein. It is also rich in fibre and amino acids.
Ashen Chanterelle – 100 g contains 11 Kcal, 0,5 g of fat and 0,2 g of carbohydrates. It is 92% water.
Penny Bun and Ashen Chanterelle are aromatic wild mushrooms whose flavours go really well with basmati rice. This dish is easy to cook. Slice the mushrooms, place them on a baking pan, spray a bit of vegetable oil over them, and season with a little salt, turmeric and 3-4 chopped up cloves of garlic. Grate a chunk of vegan cheese and sprinkle over the mushrooms. Heat up the oven and bake.
While mushrooms are baking, cook and rinse the rice after it is cooked. Place it in a pan, add Omergol margarine. Stir constantly. Add turmeric and salt.
Spread the mushrooms on top of the rice.
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