Did you know that the red lentil is actually brown? The strong orange-red colour only appears after peeling. That’s why it can be enjoyed after only 10 minutes of cooking and is easily digested. Today we are cooking a delicious dal with red lentils.
Mussels contain many vitamins: from B1, B2, B6, C and E to zinc, iron, omega-3 fatty acids and a few more! The shellfish consist of 80 per cent water and contain about 69 calories per 100 g. Today we are preparing them with fries – the Belgian way!
Kale is one of the most nutritious, healthy and versatile vegetables – just 100 grammes of kale cover the daily requirement of vitamin C and even three times the daily requirement of vitamin K. So go for it!
Truffles are not only a rarity, but also real powerballs! They contain vitamin C, B vitamins, potassium, calcium, magnesium and iron. They are also a good source of omega 3 fatty acids – not to mention that they are extremely delicious!
Strictly speaking, seedless grapes do not exist! They do have seeds, but they are so tiny that you don’t even notice them when eating the delicious berries. By the way, “seedless” grape varieties have not been artificially created in a laboratory, but have come about through a random, natural mutation.
This recipe gives your grilled potatoes a zing!