Falafel is a dish from the middle East and is served in bread like a sandwich. Falafel is originally deep fried, but frying them in a pan makes them a little healthier. Cooking them in the oven, you can leave the oil out completely.
Serve with a salad or in pita bread with tomato sauce or a salsa.
Cooking time: 30 minutes using pre-cooked chickpeas: 10 minutes mixing, 10 minutes paus and 10 minutes frying. Portions: 3 portions or 12 falafels. Read the rest of the recipe…
Sweet corn give these burgers sweetness, together with the horseradish you get an exciting combination.
Serve the burgers with a dollop of horseradish cream on the side. The burgers can be saved in the fridge for a few days or deep frozen for another day.
Makes 4 big burgers. Read the rest of the recipe…
Apricots and oranges make this dish a little sweet.
An exciting dish with many taste sensations. It is perfect for deep freezing and use as a healthy tv-dinner.
Serve the pot with rice or bulgur and top it with the orange.
This is a traditional Swedish dish, originally made with mince beef. In this recipe quorn crumble is used instead to make it vegetarian.
Any leftovers can be kept to the next day or frozen for another day.
Cooking time: 70 minutes, 30 minutes preparation and 40 minutes in the oven. Read the rest of the recipe…
This pumpkin soup is perfect for Halloween, but you can make it using cauliflower too, for variation.
If you save any leftovers, save the parmesan cheese, the crème fraîche and the chives on the side.
Cooking time: 60 minutes, including a break. Read the rest of the recipe…
This salad is a lightly fried raw food salad – at which point it no longer qualifies as raw food. It feels a little more like a meal than when it is served cold. The salad can be eaten for lunch or as a side dish.
You can vary this recipe using any vegetables you like, use whatever is in season.
Cooking time: 30 minutes, 20 minutes if you have precooked quinoa. Read the rest of the recipe…