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Tag: home made
The ultimate lazy recipe added: “Altogether in”
As you know, I try everything. I have redefined lazy cooking with my last recipe.
This recipe is originally my father’s idea who happens to be a machine engineer 🙂
“Altogether in” recipe:
You add all the ingredients at once, no mixing before, no cooking before, no order of cooking.
The tip is very low heat.
Put fresh or frozen meat, onions, tomatoes, veggies, potatoes etc of your choice in some water 1-2 glasses (it does not even have to be boiled!)
Cook it at very low heat for 1-2 hours. That is the only rule…
If necessary, you can add boiled water while cooking, but if you use low heat it won’t be necessary at all.
That is it. Now you can burn your cookbooks 🙂
This is my first altogether in idea:
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New recipe: Salmon soup with dill and brussel sprouts :)
How about some health?
I recently made this and it is super easy & healthy.
I wrote how to cook it on the photo 🙂 That easy 🙂
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cooking a new recipe with a movie :)
I started cooking and try to reach a super-easy cabbage recipe with a nice movie 🙂
- 1 kg cabbage (chopped)
- 0.5 kg minced meat (cabbage is best with beef)
- 5 table spoons of basil vinegar (or apple cider vinegar)
- 2 onions, 2 garlic (chopped)
- 2 tomatoes (peeled, chopped)
- 5 tablespoons of tomato paste
- 2 tablespoons of soy sauce (alternative: 2 teaspoons of salt)
- seasoning: rosemary, oregano, turmeric, black cumin seeds (1 tablespoon each)
- 1 tablespoon of black cumin oil (alternative: olive oil)
- 2 glasses of boiled water
Put everything (except for the cabbage) altogether in a big pot and cover. Wait for 5 mins with high heat. Add cabbage. Cover. Wait until it is cooked with very low heat. Takes about 1-2 hours.
Very easy isn’t it?
Yes it is 🙂
Mine is being cooked right now and I look like this when I cook :)))))
Beef and Golden Beet Stew
Check Alicia’s blog out for recipes to cope Leaky Gut Syndrome with GAPS diet.
On nasty, cold rainy days like today there is nothing better than a bowl of warm, chunky stew. The stews that I used to make would invariably contain some form of potato, whether I made them on my stovetop or in a slow cooker. Since beginning the GAPS Diet nearly two years ago, potatoes have been removed from our diet. I honestly haven’t missed them much, as you can make mashed “potatoes” using creamy cauliflower or “French fries” from carrot sticks or squash or whatever else you feel like using.
When making stew, however, it’s hard not to notice that something is missing. So I tried to see what I could do about that when I made stew a couple of days ago.
It was the first thing my husband noticed when he sat down to dinner. “Potatoes!” he said. “But they can’t be potatoes! What are they?” He couldn’t guess…
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Cleaning is done, now it is time to cook and self-rejuvenation
Thank you all for following and supporting me 🙂
This really boosted me yesterday and I cleaned my messy house.
Now it is time to clean me 🙂
I cooked a super-healty soup with homemade bone broth. That is to treat my freaky leaky gut.
I put some onions, meatballs, vegetables (broccoli, carrot etc), chickpeas; added turmeric, rosemary for flavor. At the end, I added freshly cut garlic.
OMG it tastes soooo goood 🙂