There are dishes that are known all over the world… and then there are dishes that are so popular even movies get named after. The movie “Ratatouille” is a good example here – although in that case, it is more likely that “Rat-a-touille” is what they are really referring to – when translated it means something like “The stirring rat”… you know that in the Disney movie a rat plays the leading role, right? ;) Anyway. Ratatouille is a delicious dish that probably fits better in late summer than late autumn, but nonetheless, I wanted to include this dish in my little diabetic-friendly recipes this week because it fits so well…
Happy World Vegan Day! Today we are going to skip meat, eggs, and dairy products and make something delicious vegan: a Low-Carb Veggie Lasagna! One of my favorite vegan dishes and really easy to prepare. No need to incorporate any ingredients that are coming from animals ;)
It’s time for something savory. No cake today. It’s pasta time! Although… I don’t think you’d say pasta in this case – I think that term is associated with Italian noodles – these are from Asia, so maybe “It’s noodle time!” :P Just kidding. Who cares how you call it – these Udon Noodles with beef are delicious and that’s all that counts! Am I right?! ;)
Eating healthy is somehow easier in summer – fresh fruits and veggies are smiling at you from every supermarket, the variety is much bigger than in winter. When it’s warm outside, you don’t want to eat anything really unhealthy anyway that weighs heavily on your stomach. In winter, everything looks different. Loads of sweets and greasy food is served all the time because you have to be ready for the cold season ;) How about a tasty dish that lies right between “healthy” and “feel good”? these delicious Oven Veggies with Lentils, Pesto & Eggs, for example? How about that?
Once again – no cake for you today! Instead of “Bake to the roots” we are doing a little “Back to basics”. Today I got a recipe for a classic German side dish. A recipe for Swabian pasta you can use for many German dishes. We call the paste “Knöpfle” where I am coming from – a very popular variety of egg pasta in the south of Germany. If you never had them, you should definitely try them… so good!
Hi, my name is Marc. I'm a graphic designer.
I love my job, but in between I love to bake and try new things in the kitchen. A lot of my friends and colleagues encourage me to bake - for a very simple reason: they get the leftovers - and it seems they like it most of the time ;)