marlies goes healthy
whenever possible with seasonal, regional and organic vegetables
at least once a week we have tomato soup because it is so simple and delicious.
i love tarte tatin with apples. this variation with onions is very special and delicious!
cauliflower is a very healthy vegetable. it has different vitamins b, vitamin c and vitamin k, which is important for blood clotting. it has
the fluffiest gnocchi i have ever produced.
on my walking journeys, i often take a linen bag along to collect wild herbs. i like to add those herbs to salads or soups.
do you know what i like most about summer? freshly harvested tomatoes from my garden.
a great recipe to use old and hard bread.
asparagus are very healthy. they don't have many calories but a lot of vitamins and minerals.
the flavour of this dish is fascinating because of the mix with the sweet/sourness of the cranberries, the sweet potatoes and a little lemon
the longer you soak the cashew nuts, the smoother the sauce gets. the lemon gives this sauce a fresh kick!
this is the kind of soul food that i like to eat on chilly days
there is no easier way to make ice cream
an inrcredibly delicious cake
a glutenfree bread with alot of protein and omega3
a recipe to use your old and dry bread.
a great soup for chilly days. the carrots can easily be exchanged by sweet potatoes or butternut pumpkin.
i like to roast my vegetables in the oven. it just gives the dishes an extra touch.
original recipe from "das kochbuch" by ottolenghi, slightly changed
we had this dish as a main course on a lukewarm september
against food waste! use your super brown bananas!
this salad is one of my favorites. it's a fresh, tasty light and simple dish for warm evenings.
the taste of this delicious dish reminds me of various visits to italy.
fresh, juicy and super delicious
so pure because you don't add any custard.