How about a salad today? This one is a pretty famous one. It looks complicated, but it can be prepared extremely quickly. I’m sure you all know tabouleh, the delicious parsley salad from the Arabic cuisine. So, this quinoa-mint taboulé absolutely doesn’t reinvent the wheel here. Nevertheless, I would like to present my very own version with lots of mint and quinoa. Usually, taboulé is prepared with bulgur or couscous. Both contain wheat and are therefore unfortunately not gluten-free.
Actually a summer dish, but blood oranges are only in season with us here in winter, so what ever 🙂 In summer, you can make the salad with normal oranges. Tastes great, too.
The origins of the Sunrise Bowl can be described in a few words: As often, I had time pressure, between paperwork, household, two meowing cats who wanted to be entertained, hair that still had to be dryed and straightened, since I couldn’t show up at work looking like a mop, I quickly had to prepare a portable lunch for work.
Good morning dear Paleo friends, I’m finally back from vacation and am happy to present you with my latest recipe. Two weeks in South Tyrol with lots of rest, sun and the mountains have let me become creative again and brought a lot of new, delicious inspirations that I can hardly wait to share with you.
Those of you, who love tuna as much as I do, will not get enough of this delicious recipe. It is the best, best fit for everyone, who chronically lacks time, because you can prepare it in the twinkling of an eye.
Hello dear friends, today I will stick to my blog name for the first time and post a really, really green, exclusively vegetable recipe. Today and tomorrow will probably be two of the hottest days here in Dusseldorf.
If you are living a normal life in our fast moving western world, working full or part time, and try to follow the paleo lifestyle at the same time, every day can bring a new challenge – particularly the challenge of “gathering food“ (apperently, not so much has changed since the Stone Age).