Vegetables in Honey&Mustard

Posted by on Jun 25, 2015 in General, Salads and cooked vegetables | Comments Off on Vegetables in Honey&Mustard

Vegetables in Honey&Mustard

A delicious recipe and easy to make. You can have it as a snack any time or serve it as a side dish at lunch or dinner. You can diversify with your favorite vegetables. 4 servings, 22 calories per serving       The ingredients- Red capsicum sliced into strips Yellow capsicum sliced into strips Half cauliflower/ Broccoli (or both) washed and divided to flowers 2 zucchinis sliced into rounds 2 carrots, peeled and cut into round or 6 well-washed baby carrots The ingredients for the sauce- 2 tablespoons...

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Orange trio soup

Posted by on Jun 1, 2015 in General, Soups | Comments Off on Orange trio soup

Orange trio soup

A wonderful soup, slightly-sweet flavored, which combines the three orange colored veggies, carrots, sweet potato and pumpkin with a twist of black pepper and nutmeg. six servings, about 90 calories per serving         The Ingredients- 1 tablespoon of oil 1 Medium onion 4 sliced cloves of garlic 2 leeks (white part only) 2 medium sweet potatoes 4 carrots About 500 grams of pumpkin (a big piece) Salt and ground black pepper to taste A small grated nutmeg Chopped chives for...

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Yemenite soup

Posted by on Jun 1, 2015 in General, Soups | Comments Off on Yemenite soup

Yemenite soup

A soup which is a complete meal consisting of protein, carbohydrates and vegetables. The uniqueness of the Yemen cuisine is the spices they use. The spices they use are heating the body more then just the temperature of the soup. They can be used individually or as a mixture sold in supermarkets. 4 dishes – each serving contains 400 calories   The ingredients- 4 quarters of chicken without skin 1 tablespoon of oil 4 potatoes 2 medium sweet potatoes 2 onions 2 zucchini 2 carrots 4 tablespoons of chopped...

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Mung beans and turnip soup

Posted by on Jun 1, 2015 in General, Soups | Comments Off on Mung beans and turnip soup

Mung beans and turnip soup

From the book “365 days with no excuses” by Liora Houbara In this interesting soup we use the unfamiliar Mung bean, It is a highly recommended bean According to Chinese medicine. The mung bean is small, green and almost does not require prior soaking. In addition, it is easier to digest than other legumes. The use of turnip is a “trick”, It gives a sense of potato but with much less calories. It’s a satisfying soup, it is very thick and can be used as a meal by itself. 20 servings; 50...

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Tarator cold yogurt soup

Posted by on Jun 1, 2015 in General, Soups | Comments Off on Tarator cold yogurt soup

Tarator cold yogurt soup

A cold Greek yogurt soup. A great way to cool off this summer or diversify your dinner. 5 servings; 120 calories and 240 mg calcium per serving         The ingredients- 3 cucumbers 4 tablespoons of dill leaves 1 tablespoon of lemon juice 1 liter of goat’s or sheep drinking yoghurt 2 crushed cloves of garlic 1 tablespoon of olive oil ½ teaspoon of sugar ½ teaspoon of salt White pepper to taste Chives for decoration   Preparation- Rinse the cucumbers, remove the sides of the...

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Refreshing Yogurt and spinach cold soup

Posted by on Jun 1, 2015 in Dips, Sauces and Spreads, General | Comments Off on Refreshing Yogurt and spinach cold soup

Refreshing Yogurt and spinach cold soup

Wonderful soup for summer cooling, can be served as a first course or as part of a high protein meal. 10 servings 87 calories per serving           Ingredients- 1 tablespoon of oil 2 leeks – white parts only, sliced ​​into rounds 6 cloves of garlic 2 potatoes, peeled and diced A hand full of thyme leaves (leaves from 10 brunches) 400 g of fresh spinach or a bag of frozen spinach (of 400g) 1 cup full of basil leaves Lemon juice from half a lemon 6 glasses of mineral water Some...

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