By Angelika Hanna These wrappers were inspired by various sources. The Roast Pepper & Tomato & Cheddar Cheese I saw in a recipe series published by the Foodbloggers of Canada. For the Cabbage & Carrot & Ginger the credit goes to Sarah Cook. I made them as a lunch, however, they would make a perfect… Continue reading Vegetarian Spring Roll Wrappers – Oven-baked
By Angelika Hanna We all like to snack once in a while. Some people love sweets, others prefer rather salty; and many of us – like myself – like a combination of sweet and salty. Unfortunately, both sugar and salt have gained a rather bad reputation based on scientific evidence – least not last because… Continue reading Healthy Snacks
By Angelika Hanna Vegetarian/vegan, crispy, flavorful, and healthy. Ingredients: Fresh, raw kale Sesame oil* Coarse sea salt *The recipes I found for homemade kale chips used olive oil. I chose sesame oil; both types of oil pair very well with kale. You can also use vegetable oil, canola oil, or avocado oil. I seasoned my… Continue reading Kale Chips
Ina Garten’s shortbread cookie hearts transformed into successful fundraiser cookies. Thank you Ina Garten for this awesome and simple recipe!
By Angelika Hanna Recipe: Prep Time: 15 min Bake Time: 30 min Total Time: 45 min Yield: 12 servings Cuisine: World Food Author: Angelika Hanna / Zest4Food Ingredients: Dry Ingredients: 1 1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1 tsp Xanthan gum 3/4 cup coconut flour 1/8 tsp salt 3 tbsp high-quality Matcha green tea powder 3/4 cup… Continue reading Matcha Tea Squares
By Angelika Hanna Another TV cook I discovered recently and like at the Food Network Channel is Molly Yeh. I like Molly’s contageous enthusiasm and refreshing energy with which she presents her recipes in her “Girl Meets Farm” show. The first recipe inspired by Molly Yeh I made is her ‘Creamy Homemade Hummus’ – a… Continue reading Molly Yeh’s Homemade Hummus
These delicious zesty Parmesan crisps are the perfect in-between-the-meals snack.
By Angelika Hanna What is Tahini? Tahini is a condiment made from toasted ground hulled sesame. It comes jarred as a paste and can be found in any larger grocery store in the Middle Eastern store ail. Tahini is used in the cuisines of the Eastern Mediterranean, the Caucasus, the Middle East, and in parts… Continue reading Tahini Dipping