Growing up in an Indian household, but not loving a lot of Indian food, especially the vegetables, was a bit of an issue. Lucky for me my creative mum found new ways to sneak veggies into my diet.
She decided to use the leftovers of a leftover spinach dish, called Saibhaji, and turn it into patties, similar to aloo tikkis! Worked like a charm--delicious and nutritious!
I decided to make my own version--less spicy and more garlicky. I make a whole bunch and then freeze them for whenever I'm hungry. Then I just heat them in a pan. Tastes so yummy you wouldn't even know it's that nutritious.
Love avocados? Love pesto? Can't get enough omega-3s? Then this 5-minute recipe for you!
And I mean, why not add some vitamins K, C, B5, B6, E, Potassium, and Folate to your pesto? Plant-based and full of natural, unprocessed fats to help you absorb some of those fat-soluble vitamins!
Enjoy with some veggies, zucchini spaghetti, raw crackers, buckwheat crackers... you know the drill.
(Photo credit: Natasha, Saltandlavendar)
It's May in Berlin, and the sun is shining! In celebration, lets make today a Popsicle day! But not just any Popsicle of course, one that's packed with omega-3 (and no refined sugar), keeping our skin glowing even after the sunshine. We've topped this concoction off with raspberries, which are rich in biotin and will help return these fatty acids to our skin, retaining the moisture (the word "dewy" skin comes to mind ;) ).
For 1 portion