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Smoky Harissa Pepper Soup

This Smoky Harissa Pepper Soup shows how delicious simple ingredients like red bell peppers and tomatoes become when you love them up. This soup takes time, not in the sense that there’s a lot of hands-on cooking. The Roma tomatoes are slow-roasted in the oven until caramelised, sweet and delicious. The red peppers are charred, which gives them a smoky, sweet flavour. The fresh chili peppers and the blend of spices like cumin, caraway and paprika gives this soup a nice bit of heat. Read More

Minestrone For A Rainy Day

This Minestrone for a Rainy Day is the perfect dish at the end of the summer. As fall is creeping in upon us, it’s time to start cooking more warming foods.The temperatures at night have dropped and our evenings are getting darker and darker. Yesterday after a few bike rides through town, my clothes and shoes were soaked right through as rain came pouring down from the sky. These relentless rains are the first tell-tale signs of autumn. Cold weather calls for warming foods. This bowl of soup is my idea of comfort food at the end of a long cold and rainy day.Read More

Sweet Red Pepper Fennel Soup

This Sweet Red Pepper Fennel Soup celebrates the flavour of deep caramelised slow roasted veggies. The soup has a lovely sweetness to it. Roasting enhances the naturally sweet flavors of the Roma tomatoes, fennel and bell peppers which browns and caramelizes the veggies. I love this deep, dark caramelization that naturally occurs when you slow roast. It takes almost an hour to prepare but requires only very little food preparation and is so easy to prepare. It’s hands-off cooking at its best.Read More

Fresh Summer Gazpacho

This fresh summer Gazpacho reminds me of hot summers in Spain. Gazpacho is one of my favorite dishes. This Gazpacho with sweet pointed red peppers, fresh chili, scallions and basil bursts with the flavors of summer. It is so simple and easy to make and very refreshing on a hot day. This soup is ready in under five minutes. The only thing you need to do is to chop up your veggies in big chunks and throw them in a blender. I usually have it for lunch or as a starter. I enjoy it on its own or with some lovely sour-dough bread.Read More

Red Lentil Coconut Soup

This Red Lentil Coconut Soup is yet another great lentil dish. The spices used in this dish not only enhance the taste of this soup, but also make it more nutritious. If you are prone to gas or bloating, adding the right spices can make a world of difference. Fresh ginger and many of the spices used in curry powder such as cumin and coriander help to reduce any of the side effects that legumes are often associated with. Red lentils are super healthy. Rich in dietary fiber, iron, folate and magnesium, they give energy, stabilise blood sugar and support heart health. Read More

Green Power Soup

This Green Power Soup is a heart-warming version of a high-nutrient green juice. When it’s so cold outside, I find it hard to stomach a cold, green juice. But I don’t want to go without that super plant power of a great green juice either. So here’s an heart-warming green power soup that will not only keep you warm on a cold day but will help feed every single cell of your body and eliminate waste. I have used spinach and broccoli in this one but you can add kale, Swiss chard, purslane or any other green leafy vegetable to your taste.Read More

Sweet Pepper Chickpea Soup

This Roasted Sweet Pepper Chickpea Soup is another delicious and easy-to-make soup. The pure and natural flavours of the peppers, shallots and tomatoes are brought out by roasting these wholesome ingredients in the oven first. Roasting is great as it leaves you with more time on your hands to do other things. When the roasting is done, you simply need to add the stock, oven mixture and chickpeas to a high-speed blender and you are ready. It does not require any additional cooking. Read More

Broccoli Sweet Potato Soup

This Broccoli Coconut Sweet Potato Soup is delicious and very easy to make. I love the combination of sweet potatoes and ginger. The ginger and pepper gives this soup a nice kick and bring balance to the sweetness of the potatoes and coconut. A no-nonsense soup with wholesome ingredients that makes a great lunch or a starter. You can puree the soup in a blender for a smooth and creamy texture or serve it as is.Read More

Free Christmas E-book For You!

I have created an e-book with delicious and healthy Christmas recipes. The holidays are a typical time of the year where we tend to 
overindulge at our meals. If you are anything like me, you love to eat 
delicious food. Food to drool over, to enjoy and share with family and friends. I have come up with seven different holiday recipes with tantalizing flavors that are high in nutrients and insanely delicous. All recipes in this menu are gluten-free, vegetarian and dairy-free (optional).Read More

Vegetable Hotchpotch Soup

We are definitely entering the winter season. There’s something deeply nourishing about a bowl of soup on a cold winter day. I literally feel my body warm up from inside out. My new favorite soup is based on Dutch hotchpotch but then turned into a soup. This soup has delicious natural sweet flavor and warms your body from inside out. Read More