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What does sourdough Toast have that other toasts do not,you ask?
Lots and lots of pep.Paired with spinach hummus,it can do no wrong.
This recipe is from my friend @tabu_tinku_foodies!(I love looking at their recipes,and even if I'm not qualified enough yet to make them all,I can still DRAW them right?????
You should follow their account if yiu salivated even a little!!
This is one of my favourite go to vegetarian dinners. Roasted Cauliflower, Butter beans and Paneer.
I have adapted the original recipe a little bit. But the two key ingredients are always Tikka Masala Paste and Coconut Cream/Milk.
The rest of the ingredients are Pumpkin, Carrots, Sweet Potato, Spinach, Lemon and Naan Bread.
In the1960s there was an animated TV series that my brother and I watched. The leading role was Popeye the sailorman, who ate spinach from a can. My brother was very impressed with Popeye. He begged our mother to buy him spinach. When she brought home a can, he was excited. However, he found the smell so offensive he never ate spinach again. Some years later, I became vegetarian and often ate raw spinach in salads. Besides steaming or stir-frying, I wasn’t sure how to cook it. I love potatoes and when I tasted my first vegetable pie with a potato crust, I knew that spinach and potatoes would be a great combination. This is a dish that Popeye would enjoy. My brother, on the other hand, would like the potatoes.
A great smoothie recipe designed for the start of a good morning or the end of a tough workout!
1/2 cup of Frozen Blueberries
3 Frozen Baby Carrots or Raw Baby Carrots
1 cup of Raw Spinach
3-4 Ice cubes
1 Cup of water
These ingredients are interchangeable, so please feel free to make any adjustments to this recipe! I made this recipe as a result of my packed schedule. I didn't have much time to eat breakfast in the morning, so it was easy to make a smoothie and drink it on the way to the bus for my morning classes.
One of the richest sources of vitamin E are oils, seeds, nuts and green leafy vegetables. Vitamin E is essential for physiological functions along with hormonal balances.
Carrots are rich in Beta Carotene/Vitamin A, important for vision, growth, and immune function. (I personally don't like carrots so it's a nice way of sneaking them into my diet!)
Blueberries are low-glycemic ranked food, meaning it promotes long-term energy and helps keep you satiated throughout your day. They're also high in antioxidants.
Bananas are full in Potassium and are great after a workout when you've sweat a good amount and need to restore some minerals.