Archive | November, 2014

AUTMEAL – the perfect oatmeal for the season

26 Nov

Another one of those oatmeal posts have made their appearance. Especially with the new wintery/autumn season.

I present to you the cinnamon-tangerine oatmeal.

It’s that mixture of smells that combines the strong aroma of the herbs as well as the tangerine which makes you want to snuggle up and count the days down for christmas.

Ingredients:
40g oats (i use a mixture of jumbo oats and barley)
1 grated carrot
Zest of tangerine
Tangerine (optional) for decoration.
3 walnuts chopped
Cinnamon
Nutmeg
3 chopped dates

Start by cooking your oats in water, and adding the carrots and orange zest and herbs. As water is absorbed, add the chopped dates and mix.

Pour in a bowl and top off with crushed walnuts and tangerine.

**instead of grating the tangerine zest; i finely chopped pieces, giving that extra chewiness just like candy. Exactly what you want to perfect your morning oatmeal.

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Tuna apple nutty salad

23 Nov

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Healthy fat overdose. Check
Apple a day. Check
Crunch factor. Check
Juiciness. Check.

If there was a “most all rounded” salad competition, i think this one would win.
The, what may seem to be like a strange mixture of ingredients, really complement each other to make this salad be exactly what you need when you’re indecisive and in need of something that is also….everything.

Its a great quick recipe to prepare, especially since tuna is available nearly in everyone’s cupboards, for that urgent meal you must prepare but also enjoy.

I usually link tuna to thise boring meals, a normal tuna salad sandwhich with corn, or simple tuna with some toast and eggs. And while these are good healthy choices to introduce in your family, the trick with leading a healthy lifestyle is consistency, and consistency will not magically remain if you’re eating un-exciting meals. Food is naturally a factor contributing to kur enjoyment and something people find interesting, therefore, make it just that…INTERESTING!

Ingredients:
Sweet onions
100gr tuna
1/2 avocado
Shredded cabbage
Chopped lettuce
1 cucumber
Parsley
Chopped red apple
Lemon juice
Lemon zest
Chopped lemon pieces (if you want that extra tinge)
Cashew nuts
Olive oil

You know what i’m going to say next. A simple recipe calls for simple instructions:

MIX EVERYTHING TOGETHER. And wa-la! 🙂