Posts Tagged ‘whole grains’

I found this recipe several years ago on one of vegetarian forum

We need:

  • 2 cups millet
  • water
  •  about 2 lb potatoes
  • 2 onions
  • little wholemeal flour (you can also use bread crumbs)
  • salt
  • pepper
  • oil

Rinse millet in cold water (using mesh strainer). Put into a pot, pour 4 cups water and cook slowly until grain will be soft and you will not see water in a pot. Boil the potatoes and puree, chop onions and saute. Combine all ingredients together, add a little oil, salt and pepper. Shape into patties and coat in flour. Bake at 350 F until golden brown on both sides. Of course you can fry, add the herbs and spices – whatever You like.


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Children made ​​a cake


Buckwheat with parsnips, onions, carrots and beets



Berry-cherry cake

Marbled muffins

Whole wheat pancakes

Vegan pumpkin seed pâté

Grilled vegetables prepared by a friend

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My Indian friend shared with me a recipe for spinach paratha. Very tasty, nutritious meal.

Spinach paratha

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I love healthy foods: veggies, whole grains, legumes, fruits. I usually avoid sugar and dairy products, but I still crave sometimes flavors of childhood.
Today we had a tasty meals. Sometimes when the fridge is almost empty, you can you can go to the pantry in search of treasure.
For breakfast we (my kids and me) had millet with soy sauce (my husband usually eats cereal). For lunch french toasts (children), for dinner dill potatoes, peas and garbanzo beans and for desert: soft rols with pastry cream. I found recipe on the internet:


This is the recipe:

500 grams flour
42 grams yeast (fresh)
20 grams honey
2 eggs
250 grams milk
7 grams salt
75 grams butter

Mix Milk + yeast + honey + eggs
Add flour
Add the soft butter
Add salt

Knead for about 10 minutes.
Leave covered for about 1 hour in warm place.

Pastry cream

4 tablespoons of soft butter

1/2 cup of powdered sugar

1 yolk

1 tablespoon of vanilla sugar

400g of creem cheese

Thoroughly mix ingredients.

Divide the dough into buns 50 grams each.
Make boule shapes.

Rest 20 minutes covered. Punch down the dough with it to create a hole to fill with pastry cream, do this just before putting them in the oven.

Bake at 240°C (460F) for about 10 minutes.

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