Bake half of a sweet potato until it’s soft. Use a fork and scoop out the meat onto a pan where you have sautéed some spinach and kale, put the mix back into the sweet potato skin and bake it again for about 10 minutes 🍃
On the side I baked som cubed sweet potato and thinly sliced tomato on the side. I drizzled with a mixture of nutritional yeast and water, that, when combined, is a very delicious dressing ✨
Sprinkle with some fresh herbs 🌿
Imagine you come home to find a dead animal in your house. Most people would treat such a discovery with sadness and/or revulsion, because even if you don’t like animals, it’s still pretty gross to find a corpse in your house, and your first instinct would likely be to put the body outside, to bury or otherwise dispose of it.
So why do you not treat the dead animals in your fridge in the same way? Is it because they don’t look like dead cows, pigs, sheep and birds? Because they often come in neat little packages with dissociative names like ‘beef’ or 'pork’?
Make the connection.
Hearty, healthy quick and delicious! This cheesy baked vegetable casserole will even get those finicky anti-veggie lovers to want to take a bite!
Recipe: 1 sweet potato (peeled and cut into cubes) 1 broccoli (cut into chunks) 1 cauliflower (cut into chunks) 1 package of cheese fondue 250g of bacon (cut into lardons) 1 sprig of fresh Rosemary
Method: In a large pan, add the bacon and cook until it begins to brown. Add the sweet potato, broccoli and cauliflower. Mix well, add the sprig of Rosemary, turn down the heat cover and let steam for 15 minutes (until the vegetables are tender but still crisp). Preheat the oven to 425 defrees (F). Transfer the vegetable mix to an oven safe baking dish. Separate the cheese fondue into clumps and spread around the vegetables. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes (or until golden and bubbly). Serve with a fresh baguette.
This recipe is very versatile and can be made with any type of vegetables! Cooking time may vary depending on the veggies of your choice. Leftovers are great to reheat for lunches!
We got our freedom back, because we had our last exam. It was an oral exam in psychology and we get an A. Afterwards we ate our easter bunny and made this delicious bowl of chippies, oven grilled veggies and homemade ketchup and curry hummus. We are so exated and afraid about uni.
But we have to work for the next two month and hopefully we are able to travel afterwards.
But now we are happy that we are done with school. Hopefully our writem assesmemts went well, too. And enjoying our runs even though it is raining. But sometimes it is nice to run in the rain