Spicy Quinoa with Veggies

Hello everyone! Since the weather doesn’t seem to know if it should stay in winter or switch permanently in the spring, I propose a recipe that you can decline in multiple ways. You can eat it warm, immediately after cooking it, or cooled down at room temperature. It will make a healthy and nourishing main course with…

Beetroot hummus

I love mezze, antipasti, tapas… Everything that relates to aperitif! Who never ate so many appetizers, to the point of not being hungry any more at the moment of having their main course? In my opinion, appetizers are much more interesting and appetizing than main courses: they usually have beautiful colors, are presented in the…

Crushed potatoes: a lighter and tasty alternative to potatoes mash

If you love mashed potatoes but you want to watch your butter consumption, this recipe is for you! I created it while on the candida diet. Indeed, I could not eat dairy not mashed potatoes, as because of their fine texture, mashed potatoes have a higher GI than boiled ones. So I found a compromise by simply crushing them…

Exotic rolls: Sri Lankan rotis

I discovered these wonderful rolls in Sri Lanka, during an ayurvedic retreat. They can be eaten as a side dish with curry, as a starter with chutney, or for breakfast with butter and honey, if you make them without salt and spices. This recipe is so simple it cannot go wrong. It will allow you to make eight nutritious…

Melting in the mouth bell pepper salad

Iconic summer vegetable, bell pepper is both beautiful and delicious. Through its various colors, it will bring a sunny vibe to your table: red pepper gives a dazzling touch to your salads, green pepper will brighten up your tomato dishes, while yellow pepper can illuminate aratatouille. In addition to its beautiful colors, bell pepper is an alkalizing…

Guacamole Yucatán style

One of my favorite recipes! I recreated it after spending five weeks in Mexico, tasting this delight every day. When I came back home, I read plenty of recipes, made countless attempts and used family and friends as guinea pigs, before finding the ultimate recipe, I am pleased to share with you today! Easy and quick to prepare, it…

Japanese freshness: cucumber, wakame and sesame salad

Here is one of my favorite salads, a classic of Japanese cuisine. Refreshing, simple and quick to prepare, it will be great for your sushi and okonokiyaki nights, or as a side to a bowl of ramen. Rich in fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and trace elements, seaweeds are nutritious in addition to being delicious. Cucumber contains antioxidants, copper and…