By Angelika Hanna There is something about the combination of berries and nuts that I love. Strawberries and blueberries is such a tasty match and added to that walnuts and the nutty chia seeds makes a wonderful delicious thick smoothie. Here are some main facts about the ingredients and some potential health benefits – there… Continue reading 7 Vegan Power Smoothies: Day 6: The Lilac Purple
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 I love mango, and today this is the only fruit I use in my smoothie. I added a variety of spices, which are the signature of my golden yellow smoothie. The brightening star in my today’s smoothie is the turmeric. I have dived deeper into research on this Indian spice, and I… Continue reading 7 Vegan Power Smoothies: Day 3: The Golden Yellow
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
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
This hearty vegetarian/vegan soup is a recipe from my childhood in Germany.