New recipe finally up! This is a salmon and bass dish with red and yellow peppers and tomatoes. Perfect for the summer when you don’t want to spend too much time in the kitchen. Ready in only 25 minutes with lots of flavor😘👌🏻 #lacoltivata
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Crema de espárragos con mayonesa al aroma de berberechos (con su brocheta)
Espárragos blancos en lata- Lata de 500 g.
Berberechos al natural - Lata de 100 g. aprox
Mayonesa - 200 g.
Aceite de oliva vírgen extra - 30 g.
Sal y pimienta
Lo primero que vamos a hacer es poner los espárragos con todo su líquido en un vaso de batidora. La receta es para 4-6 personas, dependiendo de la copa en la que lo sirváis (queda precioso también en chupitos de aperitivo!): Ponemos los espárragos en un recipiente junto con todo su líquido
Escurrimos ahora los berberechos y los reservamos. Anadimos el líquido en el vaso en el que tenemos los espárragos y su líquido:
Colamos los berberechos y reservamos el líquido
Anadimos el líquido de los berberechos al recipiente donde tenemos los espárragos
Pesamos ahora la mayonesa:
Anadimos encima el aceite de oliva Lo incorporamos al vaso donde teníamos el resto de los ingredientes y lo trituramos bien con la batidora:
Lo incorporamos al vaso donde tenemos los espárragos y el líquido de los berberechos
Lo trituramos todo muy bien con la batidora
Hacemos ahora brochetitas con los berberechos que teníamos reservados:
Servimos la crema de espárragos en copas, las decoráis con un poco de cebollino y las coronamos con una brocheta de berberechos cada una :
Servimos la crema en copas con una brocheta de berberechos por encima
Y..., voilá! Qué os parece? Más fácil, imposible, no? Pues esperad a probarlo!! 🍓💫💫💫💫💫💫
There’s a lot of hype about probiotics and gut health lately! Both of which are super important for overall health!
BUT rather than spending a lot of money on expensive general probiotics, we choose to use pre and probiotic foods to nourish our microbiota instead (unless prescribed a specific probiotic by a qualified practitioner that has a researched outcome)
Ways to do it through diet include:
Probiotic fermented foods: kombucha, sauerkraut, kimchi, kefir
Prebiotic foods: onion, garlic, leeks, asparagus, artichokes, legumes and plant foods in general!
We don’t solely drink kombucha for its probiotic effects but more so because we genuinely enjoy it! We recommend choosing organic, raw, low sugar and plastic free brands like this one! @remedydrinks 🌿🙌🏻💕🍵🙏🏻🍏✨
What are your favourite kombucha brands/flavours?
Pumpkin and chickpea soup... because we love Mexican! 🌮🌯🌮🌯
We recently tried a wintery twist of Mexican flavours with old mate pumpkin soup, and it was flippen delish!
Recipe based off one from taste.com, I added some extra veg to the soup, and went lighter on the chilli for the kids. Still had enough heat for us to enjoy, especially the following day for lunch 👌🏻
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It has been freezing in Melbourne lately, and raining so much that my weekend plans had to go out the door. And it seems to be the case lately, where I'd need a Plan B 'in case it rains'. But thank goodness for places like Kin Corner Store, there's no need for a Plan B! This well thought out cafe/corner store has it all, from selling quality essential household items sourced from local suppliers, to the cute indoor play area for the kiddies, through to the fantastic coffee and healthy vegan meals!! It's like a haven for busy people especially mums who just want a convenient one stop shop!
I loved walking into this brightly lit and modern cafe to see shelves adorned with great quality products, all neatly categorised by Party & Stationary, Baking & Cooking, Breakfasts & Spreads, Drinks, Household, Baby, Health & Beauty and Snacks & Confectionery. Jennifer, Kin's owner, is a mum of 2 who obviously understands how troublesome it is to move around with kids. So everything here has been thoroughly considered with parents in mind, including a nice wide bench with a toy basket for kids who just won't sit still in a high chair! Genius!! Food-wise, Kin offers a range of fresh and tasty plant based meals that are actually quite substantial, such as veggie burgers and a falafel salad with tomatoes, avocado, kasundi, rocket, hummus & crisp cabbage. I don't normally order falafels in fear of them tasting like cardboard (yes, I've not had much luck) but thought I'd give it a try again; I think my falafel bad luck has been lifted!! These were moist & yummy, & worked so well with the kasundi and hummus - I'd be popping by for a guilt-free lunch every day if I lived closer!
So if you're looking for a cafe with the lot, pop by and say hello to the lovely staff at Kin Corner Store (they're super friendly and chatty!) I also hear that they plan to sell fresh bread in their Bakery section in the near future.. Mmm. Fresh bread... Need I say more? | Price: approx $20pp |
| Parking: on main road or large car park at the back |
| Prams: plenty of space plus a play area |
s i l k e n • t o f u • s a l a d • w r a p s —> RECIPE POST 👇🏼
These are perfect for when you’re craving all the flavours but want minimal cooking time (and you can wave goodbye to the dreaded carb-coma 👋🏼) crunchy, zingy, a little bit spicy and delish 👌🏼💥✨🌿🌱🥢 👉🏼*requires a 5 min tofu prep the evening before*👈🏼
I N G R E D I E N T S
2 tbsp soy sauce
2 tbsp mirin
2 tbsp rice wine vinegar
juice of 1 lime
1 romaine lettuce / a lettuce with big wrap like leaves
1 pack of silken tofu
1 box of mushrooms (button, shiitake, etc), sliced
juice of 1 lime
1 red chilli, sliced
2 spring onions (scallions), sliced at an angle
1 avocado, chopped into pieces
1 thumb size of fresh ginger, sliced into thin matchsticks
1 bunch of coriander (cilantro), torn
1-2 tsp of black sesame seeds
M E T H O D
1. Make your marinade in a bowl. Drain your silken tofu and cut into cubes and add the cubed tofu to your bowl. Cover and refrigerate over night.
2. The next day: slice up your mushrooms and add to a heated, oiled frying pan (coconut oil is perfect for this recipe). Fry the mushrooms until golden brown and then pour in a dash of soy sauce and juice of half a lime. Take off the heat and set aside.
3. In the same pan add your marinated silken tofu, pour in everything. The marinade will boil off and leave the tofu to crisp up. Once cooked take off the heat and set aside.
4. Prep your salad leaves. Slice all your veggies up. Lay out a big leaf and heap on mushrooms, tofu, chillies, avocado, spring onions, herbs, sesame seeds etc. and drizzle with a bit of sriracha sauce if you have it – it’s a game changer. Dig in!