Archive for the ‘Paleo friendly’ Category

Raw zucchini pasta with hemp pesto

April 12, 2013



Basil leaf (1 plant)

200g of Basil tofu

Hemp oil

Some sesam oil

2 cloves of garlic

Some sunflower seeds
Some pepper and a little bit of salt
May try this one next time..
  • 1 8-oz bag spinach, washed
  • ½ cup walnuts
  • 1 – 2 cloves garlic (depending on taste)
  • ½ cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • ¼ cup olive oil

parmesan can supposedly be substituted with nutritional yeast and sundered tomatoes.


Warm kale, cauliflower “rice”, broccoli and bacon and apple – creamy side dish

February 19, 2013


Fry pieces of bacon (or facon) in a pan.
Add in small bouquets of broccoli and kale as well as diced apple (with its peal – that’s where the healthy pectin is at)
Sprinkle on some cinnamon and put a lid over for a few minutes for the veggies to become brighter green and slightly soft. This takes roughly 3-4 minutes.
Add a cup or 2 dl grated cauliflower and 1 dl of full fat cream. Bring to boil and lower temperature immediately, this takes 2 minutes maximum. Sprinkle some grated cheese or Parmesan on top. Serve with e.g smoked salmon or chicken.

This recipe came about as I blended a few leftovers.  My warm kale, bacon, apple salad with some ingredients for a cauliflower risotto.

LCHF – Low carb porridge

January 21, 2013

Two portions:

Add 4-5 eggs in a bole with 1-1.5 dl double cream and 2-3 table spoons of almond four (and in my case a little course hazelnut flour from Lidl). Whip / beat the mixture properly and add in flavors such as ground cardamom (two pinches), cinnamon, vanilla extract/powder, potentially 2-3 drops of liquid Stevia. Whisk it all together.

Add 1 table spoon of butter to a pan and 1 tbs of coconut oil and let it melt. Add in the blend and stir while cooking until it looks like porridge.

Serve with some extra cinnamon on top, a little butter if you like and (whole fat) milk or coconut milk, or sugar free blackberry jam.

Next time I try this I will make sure one can taste the cardamon and maybe try adding in some baking fiber like Fibrex, or coconut flakes, etc.