1) Melt butter in a large saucepan. Add shallots and saute for about 5 minutes until translucent. Add the minced garlic, ginger, and turmeric. Cook until tender and fragrant. Add curry powder, salt and pepper and cook over low heat for a few minutes. 2) Add broccoli and combine well. Cook for a few minutes and add chicken stock. Bring to a boil and reduce heat…
Notes: This recipe contains*: Vitamin A, B-Vitamins, Vitamins C & K, protein, fibre, iron, potassium and is low in salt, sugars and sat fats!
This is such a quick and easy dinner! Just a few staples from your pantry, fridge and/or freezer to produce a tasty and impromptu Masala curry! We had some previously cooked pulses and legumes, but don’t feel that you have to stick to our ingredients list; utilising any spare vegetables and/or legumes, pulses or spices that you have lying around in your kitchen is part of what this recipe is all about!
With minimal prep, delicious flavours and a great way to help meet your 5-A-Day, this curry will start making you feel good from the inside out!
Tabbouleh is a refreshing Arab dish traditionally made of bulgur or couscous, tomatoes, finely chopped parsley, mint, onion, mixed with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt.
Couscous is made of grain and is acid-forming. Here is a great alkaline twist on the traditional tabbouleh recipe using millet. Quinoa also makes a great alkaline substitution.
Yield: Approx 7 cups
1 cup millet/quinoa rinsed 2 cups filtered water 1 tsp celtic sea salt 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil juice of one lemon 1 large garlic clove, crushed 1 1/2 cups roma tomatoes, diced small (3-4 romas) 1 1/2 cups English cucumber, diced small (almost 1 cuke) 3 green onions, sliced finely 1 1/2 cups fresh parsley, chopped small 3/4 cups fresh mint, chopped small 1/2 tsp Maldon sea salt flakes
“In a medium sauce pan bring water to boil, add millet and then reduce heat to low, simmering with lid on for 18-20 mins.
Remove from heat, and fluff with fork and allow to cool with lid off for 30-60 mins. Texture should be firm but not crunchy and neither mushy.
Combine olive oil, lemon juice and crushed garlic and allow to stand. Meanwhile chop veggies as per above descriptions and place in a large bowl.
Add millet when it is completely cool and then pour dressing over mixture and toss well seasoning with sea salt to taste.
Garnish with parsley or mint and serve at room temp or chilled. Flavours will become more pronounced after resting.”
I’ve been seeing recipes for cauliflower rice, but never tried them because I never thought cauliflower could replace regular rice. My family are big rice eaters and I assumed they wouldn’t be excited about making a switch, but one night I thought it wouldn’t hurt to try it as a low-carb, alkaline alternative to rice.
It’s blustery here on the Fylde coast today and the wind is getting stronger, but it’s been bright all afternoon with a beautifully blue sky.
The sort of weather that made me want to make light, pretty salad for lunch at work tomorrow!
I bought a chayote from the supermarket the other day, I’ve been using them in salads for a couple of years now as the crisp texture and subtle, slightly appley flavour combines beautifully with herbs and other vegetables. I’ve only tried cooking them once (i made sort of chayote ‘bacon’!), so if anyone has any good recipes, let me know!
I’ve combined the chayote with sweet potato and carrots, and a fresh lime and dill dressing. With brown rice and quinoa as the base.
I cheated a little with the rice and quinoa, and used a sachet of the ready cooked kind… it’s Tilda brand, and is…
Alkaline eating just got easier with the Honestly Healthy Recipe App for iPhone.
Here are the details!
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Honestly Healthy is your perfect health companion to inspire you in the kitchen to make simple yet utterly mouth watering meals. Each recipe is easy to follow with step by step instructions and stunning photography of the delicious food.
The new Honestly Healthy recipe app is conveniently categorised into types of meals so there is something for every occasion. Our philosophy is always gluten, wheat, cows dairy and refined sugar free so you will have a healthy halo whenever you cook with our app.
Each recipe has beautiful imagery, a description of why we created it, list and quantity of ingredients, step by step instructions and a serving quantity indicator. As we are proud of our creations, we want you to be too, so we’ve made it easy to take pictures of your cooked meals and drinks, so you can do a bit of healthy culinary gloating to friends on your social networks.
The app comes with 60 recipes, and you are able to add to the recipes by purchasing the in-app recipe bundles. We will create new bundles based on themes with 5 new recipes in each bundle, so that you’ve always got more delicious food and drinks to make.
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– Currently optimized for iPhone only.
I have an iPad and an Android phone, so I haven’t been able to try it yet.