We like treats like everyone else but even with our cheeky desserts we try to make them nutritious as well as delicious. Today we’re sharing some yummy chocolatey, orangey goodness from Claire’s book Optimal Health The Paleo Way.
Besides the lovely, subtle fusion of Asian and sea flavours, this salad has three awesome things going for it – dulse seaweed, prawns and kohlrabi – all of which are super nutritious (see What’s good about it), making it a total winner in my recipe book.
Pashka, Paskha, Pascha or Pasha is a traditional festive dish made in Eastern Orthodox countries for Easter Sunday. Having grown up in Ukraine, I insisted on making a healthy version of this rich, velvety dessert for the website in the lead up to the festive season.
Forget about greasy fish and chips and stodgy frozen fish fingers. There are so many other easy and exciting white fish recipes to try. This recipe for fish fingers from Irena’s book Eat Drink Paleo Cookbook is just one example. Nutrient dense and full of flavour, this dish will delight both grown ups and kiddies.
Recipe: Warm and soothing turmeric tea recipe
This warm and soothing turmeric tea contains healing and anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin. This magic compound has many interesting actions including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, hepatoprotective and anti-arthritic properties. Adding black pepper with turmeric and consuming this combination with fat enhances the bioavailability of the curcumin.
Love ’em or hate ’em but sardines are really good for you! Full of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids, protein and minerals, this little fish is not as kind to the palate as salmon or snapper but with a few little disguises and additions it can hold its own in the culinary world. [Read more…]
As a recipe, coronation chicken has quite a regal history. Essentially, it’s a combination of cooked chicken and creamy curry sauce served with or without the salad on the side. Such a simple dish, yet it has been served to the British royalty in different variations for many decades.
Breakfast soup, smoothie soup or sweet dessert soup – you can call this whatever you like but it’s essentially a healthier version of cereal and milk or porridge. Dates and brazil nuts pair really well and the yoghurt based soup adds a little zing to those flavours.
With its bright colours, fresh aromas and zingy flavours, this ‘superfoods’ chicken kale salad is a nutritional powerhouse and a perfect staple not just during the Rejuvenate program but in you ongoing eating plan as well. If you didn’t know how to eat kale in a salad before, this will be a great master recipe that you can mix and adapt using different ingredients. It’s also one of those meals that can be eaten for lunch or dinner and is great to take to a BBQ or serve at a dinner party.