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Kada najbolja ekipa sa Zavoda za marketing Agronomskog faksa u Zg salje poruku kolegici koja je u Sloveniji, onda to ispadne ovako. 💙💙
Ovakve poruke su taj vjetar u leđa & ono što nas zaista veseli...
Jer te male stvari zapravo život znače! 🍀
Riblja priča voli vas, a voli i inćune, a vi jedete ribu jer volite Riblju priču i jer RIBA ZDRAVLJE ŠIBA. 😉😅👫🐟💙
Happy Friday everyone🎉❤️🎉❤️
Love to share this great weekend brunch recipe By @calories.hub!
Looks so yummy and delicious 😋 👨🍳🍅🍳🍽☕️
Menemen or Shakshuka??? It’s a Middle Eastern dish thats’s simply eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce 🥚🍅🍃
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 medium onion, sliced
1 medium red bell pepper, sliced
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 cans (14 oz diced tomatoes)
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon coriander
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
Fresh cilantro, for garnish
Crusty bread, for serving
1. Heat olive oil cast iron skillet over medium heat. Add the onions and peppers and cook for about 10 minutes until the onions become soft and translucent. Stir in garlic and cook for an additional 1 minute until the garlic becomes fragrant.
2. Pour in the tomatoes, and add in the cumin, paprika and coriander. Season with salt and pepper. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat to low and simmer until the tomato sauce begins to thicken like a stew, about 10-15 minutes.
3. Create 6 small wells in the tomato stew. Gently crack the eggs into the skillet over the tomatoes in the wells formed. Season with salt and pepper. Cover the skillet and cook until the egg whites have set, about 10 minutes.
4. Garnish with fresh cilantro and serve with crusty bread or pita. 👉 @calories.hub 👉 for daily Health, Nutrition & Calorie content 👍✨ 👤Tag a friend that would like this 👭
🍝 Haftanın yorgunluğunu güzel bir yemekle kapatalım 💆🏼♀️ Günün menüsünde girit kabağı dolması, domates soslu tam buğday spagetti ve yoğurt vardı 😋 Yeterli ve dengeli beslenmek için gün içerisindeki öğünlerde tek bir besin grubundan ziyade, 4 besin grubunuda 🍀(süt, et, tahıl ve sebze-meyve grubu) içeren besinlerin alımına dikkat edilmelidir. 🍽 Çünkü tek tip beslenmek hem diyetinizin sürdürülebilir olmasını engelleyecek hemde gün içerisinde alınması gereken karbonhidrat-protein-yağ dengesinde oynamalara neden olucaktır ⭐️ Ben şimdi sunum hazırlamak için masa başına🏃🏼♀️🏃🏼♀️
İyi akşamlar 💚
Cheers to Friday!🥂 Is it too early for wine?🍷🙈
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Behold! The first picture📸 of me in this amazing company. Let’s throw it all the way back today👀 So you know how I always share that I have 23 years having this extraordinary nutrition🍏 as my healthy breakfast everyday. Well it all started then, when I was just 3 years old👧🏻 and my mom was giving it to me to gain weight💪🏼 It’s always been a big🙌🏻 part of my life my entire life. It’s given me health💚 but also the freedom🕊 to live life at its finest👌🏽 It wasn’t colorful rainbows🌈 at first but thanks to consistency and hard work⛏ in the right opportunity our lives have been blessed🙏🏼 forever
PS look at my brother and his dumbo🐘 ears that he eventually grew into. Inside joke😂
Babi guling, or suckling pig, is one of Bali’s most famed dishes. The pig is stuffed and infused with a spicy concoction typically involving turmeric, coriander seeds, lemongrass, black pepper and garlic, and traditionally spit-roasted. It’s also available at a range of warungs where locals flock for a quick lunch or dinner. Ibu Oka’s in Ubud is the most famed spot on the island to grab a plate — Anthony Bourdain recommended it a few years back — but plenty of other places are worth trying as well.
Turtle satay..!! Traditional famous yummy satay at bali Indonesia
Let us take a moment to appreciate the chunks of meat skewered on a stick and then grilled to perfection that is satay. A loved food across the island, you can say that satay is an obligatory dish that has to be served in gatherings. It’s also used a lot in offerings, especially during Galungan Day.
The term “satay” refers to any type of grilled meat skewered on a stick. The typical Indonesian satay is made of meat chunks (usually goat or chicken) that are grilled over a fire and enjoyed with peanut sauce. But we think the Balinese have more variety with their satay.
Like tofu, tempeh is made from soybeans, but it is a whole soybean product with different nutritional characteristics and textural qualities. Tempeh's fermentation process and its retention of the whole bean give it a higher content of protein, dietary fiber, and vitamins.
Nasi pecel is a Javanese rice dish served with pecel(cooked vegetables and peanut sauce). The vegetables are usually kangkung or water spinach, long beans, cassava leaves, papaya leaves, and in East Java often used kembang turi. It tastes best when eaten with fried tempeh and traditional cracker called peyek. It is popular in East and Central Java.
The dish is called 'Nasi Gudeg' and it's essentially boiled jackfruit covered in a coconut milk sauce, served with rice, chickenand a hard-boiled egg. This is what it looks like (after a few bites): But the bright and clean meal comes from smoke and darkness, from a burning cavern behind the scenes.
Nasi lemak is a Malay fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf. It is commonly found in Malaysia, where it is considered the national dish; it is also popular in neighbouring areas such as Singapore; Brunei, and Southern Thailand. In Indonesia it can be found in several parts of Sumatra; especially Malay realm of Riau, Riau Islands and Medan. Nasi lemak can also be found in the Bangsamoro region of Mindanao prepared by Filipino Moro. It is considered one of the most famous dishes for a Malay-style breakfast. It is not to be confused with nasi dagang, sold in the Malaysian east coast states of Terengganu and Kelantan, although both dishes are often served for breakfast. However, because nasi lemak can be served in a variety of ways, it is often eaten throughout the day.
This pecel served without rice, only clover and bean sprouts vegetables which sprinkled the seasoning sauce and served in banana leaf Pincuk, it is kind of banana leaf that folded and used as kind of plate. There is no spoon or fork to eat this food but krupuk. We can eat this pecel semanggi using particular cracker called kerupuk puli. This cracker is made of rice, some Javanese people call this cracker as kerupuk gendar. This cracker is large enough, and we can just chunk the cracker to be the spoon and eat together with the dishes.
The price is similar between those walking ladies, which is cost around Rp. 3,500 per pincuk. But if we buy semanggi in restaurant or stalls it will cost Rp. 8,500 – Rp. 10,000 per pincuk. Convenient takes more price.