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Sleeping spring pie

Sleeping spring pie

Preheat the oven to 220⁰C. Boil the potatoes in salted water and drain them, pass them, then mix them with 2 tablespoons of lemon oil.

Heat 1 tablespoon olive oil in a pan and cook the green onion for 5-6 minutes, until soft. Add the spinach, season with salt and pepper, mix, then remove the pan from the heat.

Divide the spinach mixture into 3 individual heat-resistant dishes. Make a hole in the center of each and break in the place made 1 egg each. Sprinkle the egg with salt and herbs. Place over the egg and spinach pieces of fish, 100 gr / portion. Salt the pieces of fish to taste. In a bowl, mix the yogurt with the starch, chopped parsley and lemon juice. Pour the yogurt over the fish, dividing it evenly. Divide the mashed potatoes over the 3 portions.

Bake the pies for 30-35 minutes, until the potatoes are browned and the sauce in the pies is boiling.


Greenery cure: bring spring in your diet too!

Here we are all, at the beginning of spring, with extra pounds, with a low level of energy and optimism and with a great desire to recover, to be full of enthusiasm and optimism again. What would be the best diet for this season? The answer is simple: obviously, even this season, a balanced diet and adequate to the needs is the most appropriate. But, of all the balanced diets, in spring a cure with greens is indicated!

Of course, today we no longer believe in the urges of our grandmother who urged us to eat nettle puree, to "thicken" or "change" our blood in the spring. But greens are beneficial for our health, especially this season, when we can find them fresh and full of all valuable nutrients for human health.

Greens, ideal in weight loss regimes

People are used to eating vegetables. But we can all see that they are extremely different, both organoleptically and in terms of nutritional value. An essential factor that determines the variety is the area of ​​a plant that we consume (root, stem, leaves, fruits, flowers, tuber). When what we consume is represented by the stem and / or leaves of the plant, we talk about greens. As the name suggests, they are green in color, which is due to the high level of chlorophyll they contain. In spring there are many greens: onions and green garlic, nettles, spinach, loboda, lettuce, stevia, etc. Along with the green color, a characteristic of greens is the very low caloric level. It makes them ideal foods for weight loss.

If you have ever wondered what you could eat in large quantities, without counting calories with a tight heart, here is the answer: greens!

Vitamins, minerals, fiber
All greens are true chests with antioxidant phytonutrients (polyphenols, carotenoids, etc.) anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory. Greens are full of antioxidant vitamins C and E, minerals such as manganese, zinc or selenium, strictly necessary for a healthy and deficient life, usually in our winter diet. Greens are also important sources of vitamin K, which ensures both good blood clotting and healthy bones, protected from osteoporosis. Iron is also present, but it is not absorbed in too large an amount. Add to this plethora of valuable nutrients and the fact that fresh greens have fine fibers, easily digestible, so they are easily tolerated by those of us who have some digestive problems (from gastritis, colitis or irritable bowel syndrome).

Spring greens have few calories, many minerals and vitamins, antioxidants that protect us from disease, aging or pollution. Which greens are preferable? Of course, they all have the same beneficial effects, but it is deplorable to choose the ones grown without the addition of fertilizers and pesticides.

Eat them raw!

Try to eat as many greens as possible. Preferably in the form of salads, and where this is not possible, heat treat them briefly so that they do not lose nutrients. If you are not a fan of greens, add them to other dishes (omelette, soup, pot), so that you still benefit from the exceptional nutrients they bring. We wish you a pleasant and very green spring, including in the daily menus!

GREEN recipes

Salad & bdquoNot of green & rdquo
Mix baby-spinach leaves with lettuce leaves, finely chopped green onions, Romanian salad, 2-3 green loboda leaves and a few slices of green olives. Season with a light scordolea sauce and serve as a main course at lunch. (Sord scordolea: a & bdquonuca & rdquo of bagel core and a handful of crushed and dried walnuts in the oven rub with a tablespoon of olive oil, slowly poured, like mayonnaise. Add balsamic vinegar to taste and a teaspoon of garlic sauce )

Spinach omelette
Break 2 eggs and separate the egg whites from the yolks. Rub the yolks with 2 tablespoons of low-fat cottage cheese and 50 ml of milk beat the egg whites. Stir and pour into the hot pan, which you have greased with a drop of olive oil. Separately, chop a handful of raw spinach, well washed and dried. Before turning the omelette, add the spinach, then let it simmer for a maximum of 20 seconds. Remove from the pan and serve with toast with wheat germ.

Macedonian pie with leeks
Finely chop 1-2 leek stalks, add 2 tablespoons of olive oil, salt, pepper and simmer for 2-3 minutes. Separately, mix & frac12 kg of cottage cheese, & frac12 kg of sheep's milk with 4-5 well beaten eggs. When the leek is ready, it is incorporated into the cheese. The filling is added to a packet of pie sheets, which you can grease with olive oil, without overdoing it. Pour half a cup of yogurt on top. Place in the oven at 200 degrees for a maximum of half an hour. The pie can also be prepared with spinach, loboda, stevia or nettles. It is not a recipe for those who want to lose weight!


Brio & # 537e cu br & acircnz & # 259 feta & # 537i leurd & # 259

Time: 22 minutes

Ingredients for 12 brio & # 537e: 375 g f & # 259in & # 259 care cre & # 537te solo & # 259, 200 g leurd & # 259 chopped & # 259 m & # 259runt, 200 g br & acircnz & # 259 feta, 2 peppers cop & # 539i m & # 259run & # 539i & # 539i, 3 tablespoons of grated parmesan, 330 ml milk, 90 ml melted butter, 1 egg

Preparation: & Icircnc & # 259lze & # 537te oven at 200 degrees Celsius. Grease 12 forms of brio & # 537e with a little oil. In a bowl, mix flour, leurda, feta cheese, Parmesan cheese and chopped peppers. Then add the milk, butter and egg over the dough. Put the dough in the 12 forms of brioche and bake for 20-22 minutes. Take the brioches out of the oven and serve them hot or cold.


An evening walk is an absolutely perfect antidote for a mind that is still buzzing with the events of the day. Unplug your headphones, stay alert, and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature.

When we travel a certain route every day, we do it almost without thinking. The same concept applies to bedtime: no matter how simple or complicated our routine is, the mind will come to know that these repeated actions signal sleep.

Choose the right sleeping position

If you sleep on your side, try to sleep on the left side, not the right side. This will improve your digestion and blood flow. Sleeping on your back can cause problems with snoring, as gravity pulls your tongue into the back of your neck. Not recommended for people with sleep apnea.

Sleeping on your stomach is not the best idea and is widely considered to be the worst sleeping position. It flattens the natural curve of the spine, which can lead to back pain.

Sleeping all night with your head turned to one side, and your neck tenses. If this is your favorite position, try using pillows to gradually train your body to sleep on its side.

Read

Who comes to mind when you hear the word "success"? Bill Gates? Jeff Bezos? Okay, so your dreams might be more modest than theirs (or maybe not, who knows?). But the only thing these individuals have in common, apart from the dizzying heights of professional success, is that they read before going to bed.

The mental process necessary to distract our minds from daily concerns to character concerns is a key component of rest, but also of success.


10 leek recipes for this spring

Leeks are indispensable in spring markets. Take advantage of its unique flavor and add it in seasonal recipes: from breakfast to dinner, you can use it in a lot of tasty recipes.

It is originally a relative of onion and garlic. The difference from them is the sweeter taste and more elegant aroma. You can find it almost all year round, but spring is better than ever.

Leeks have the same good compounds as onions and garlic that help you strengthen your immune and circulatory system. It is rich in antioxidants, vitamin C and minerals. So it can easily make its way into the spring detox menus.

Its secret is to clean it well before using it because sand and earth can easily hide among its leaves. In our country, it is said that leeks are Oltenian food, but you should know that you can use it in Asian recipes and in delicate soups that have nothing to do with our traditional food. We offer you 10 recipes, and you might definitely like one.

Start with a chicken pie, potatoes and leeks, tested by us at Foodstory. You can find the recipe here. And continue with a soup, a garnish or a main course, in which the aroma of leeks is unmistakable.

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