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 A Barefoot Contessa inspired recipe. Celery salad is an Italian classic, which I recently learned from Ina Garten in her TV show on the Food Network. This salad looks like summer on a plate. I placed my celery salad on a lettuce bed which adds more green shades and flavors to my… Continue reading Celery-Walnut-Parmesan Salad
A quick and delicious meal. Ideal for a light low carb summer dish.
By Angelika Hanna For this last power smoothie ‘red’, I was skeptical. I remember from my childhood, my mother giving me plain beet juice to drink after I was sick, because the tale told that beet juice would give strength and energy after illness. I confess, I hated to drink this red slightly sweet incomparable… Continue reading 7 Vegan Power Smoothies: Day 7: The Ruby Red
By Angelika Hanna The next four smoothies in my ‘7 Vegan Power Smoothie’ series is for berry fans. I am a big fan of all edible berries. I am starting off with the deep purple smoothie, which contains the superfruits blueberry & pomegranate. My advice: Use a NutriBullet or any juicer device that grinds seeds.… Continue reading 7 Vegan Power Smoothies: Day 4: The Deep Purple
By Angelika Hanna You might wonder why I call my today’s smoothie ‘Tiger Orange’. I googled the names of all shades for the color ‘orange’ and the shade ‘Tiger’ came the closest to what my orange smoothie looks like. It derives its vibrant color from the three fruits/vegetables, I blended up in this smoothie: Papaya,… Continue reading 7 Vegan Power Smoothies: Day 2: The Tiger Orange
By Angelika Hanna A quick and healthy way to eat asparagus is simply steaming it in a steamer. It takes only 17 min for the asparagus stalks to cook soft. I saved my leftover Parmesan-Panko crumbs from the oven-baked asparagus dish and heated them up in the micro-wave. They remained crunchy and made an excellent… Continue reading Steamed Asparagus & Parmesan-Panko crumbs