Aside from the 36 hours needed to cure the salmon, this dish should only take 15 minutes of your time tops. But it’ll so much worth the wait. Let’s build on the traditional gravlax curing mixture of salt, sugar, and dill by tossing juicy beetroot and spiking the whole thing with horseradish, lemon, and vodka. The oily salmon meat will wonderfully borrow these flavors.
We’ll never say ‘no’ to some delicious spaghetti, especially when mixed with a refreshing salad. So, give the rich, ‘al dente’ textured pasta a refreshing boost by tossing juicy tomatoes, arugula, and savory basil. The pasta will also benefit from the balsamic vinegar’s sour touch and oregano-flavor.
Guests are dropping by your place this Christmas? We know you have your food all figured out, but you also have to treat them with a nice drink. You can make them our recipe for winter punch! It’s got lots of winter flavors and the best thing about it is that it is alcohol-free, so even your kids will enjoy it!
A summer social gathering calls for a colorful lovely-looking dish. And the lighter, healthier, and easier it is, the better. It’s exactly what we have here. Just layer two types of raw cabbage, carrot strips, and wedged figs in glasses. Add chilis, drizzle some lime juice, top with blue cheese, and there you are.
For this one, you can easily switch from “health on a plate” to “health in a bowl”. Asparagus, two types of green beans, red onion, and rice noodles make this a truly vegan energy-booster. The tangy and sweet dressing is a simple but tasty mixture of rice wine vinegar, sesame oil, and powdered sugar. It’s the perfect side dish for meats, but it can be served on its own, too.
Being low-cal, low-carb, and low-fat this salad really is health on a plate (or in a bowl if you like). Furthermore, it is very suitable as a side-dish. So, bring together and enjoy the creamy cooked cauliflower, the slightly crunchy and sweet bell pepper, salty and just delicately bitter olives, and pleasantly fishy anchovies.
Do you want to impress your friends with some new bartender skills? Why don’t you try this variation on a Caipiroska where we replace sugar with honey and supplement the vodka with curacao liqueur? And while we’re at it, let’s not stop at the ½ lime, but add slices of lime, orange, and lemon, lemon juice and lime juice, and shredded ginger.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away! Most of us have heard that in our childhood, but those of you who are parents probably know that it’s not that easy to have your kid eat that many apples. So, we have in store for you a simple, but tasty apple dessert. Plus, it has a low-calorie intake so you won’t have to worry about those extra pounds.