Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Monday, December 26, 2011

Christmas meal

A Champagne with dwarf elderberry as aperitif.

A typical German meal. The dumplings are made of potatoes. 

Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Avocado with Carribean pineapple-ginger-salsa

1 avocado

For the salsa:
- half a pineapple
- 1 yellow pepper
- 1 tan corn

The dressing:
3 spoons of a nut oil,
the juice of half a citron
coriander, ginger, pepper, chili.

Mix the ingredients with the dressing. Put half an avocado on each plate and give the dressing over it. It's a fresh summer dinner, and due to the avocado it's also filling.

It can also serve as a starter, why not.

I modified this recipe a bit as I had no nutmeg at home. The recipe is found in the book "Vegetarisch vom Feinsten" by Bettina Matthaei. 

Sunday, July 03, 2011

Summer lunch

Just forgot the name of the vegan restaurant where I had this lunch. It was delicious. We've so much more choices when we want to eat vegan like a few years ago.

1.Main course: potato-cucumber salad and a green salad with vegetable something and mushroom sauce.
2. Dessert: coconut pana cotta......:)

Mango breakfast

Breakfast means break the fast. When we sleep we don't eat, it can be considered as a tiny fast. It makes sense to break the fast with tiny meal, a fruit for instance. It's mango season and for the time being I enjoy my daily mango. It has a lot of magnesium, it's juicy, simply very delicious. 

Sunday, June 26, 2011

A potato salad

A potato salad with white balsamico dressing, arugula on top and cocktail tomatoes around. I had this in a restaurant. It's a good idea. Potatoes are good carbohydrates. It's a salad that makes really full, it's something for the hungry days. 

Friday, June 10, 2011

Eating out

Sometimes surprises happen. What a delicious meal: salads with vegetables and bulgur. I loved it. 

Saturday, April 30, 2011

My vegan birthday cake

My vegan birthday cake. I bought it, it was very delicious, with mangoes even. Yummy.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Green beans with ginger and a dessert

These are green beans with half an onion and grounded ginger and soy sauce. First cook the beans not too soft. In the meantime fry the onion in olive oil. When the beans are soft enough put them to the onions. Add the ginger and pour light soy sauce on it. Voilà.
(PS: I ate two thin pieces of baguette with it.)

It's a fresh pineapple with caramel pudding and a strawberry (because I still have a few at home). Be creative.

Eat healthy.

Thursday, April 07, 2011

A classic lunch, salad and a sandwich

Mustard, my new passion. I mix it with the salad sauce and I put it on my sandwich. This is a classic lunch, a quick one: a German bread with soy margarine and a vegan spread. I prepared a simple salad with lettuce, red pepper, cocktail tomatoes and cucumber.

Yesterday I had vanilla pudding with rasperies.

When saying that I'm vegan, many people ask: And what do you eat?
The alternatives to meat and milk products are numerous.

Monday, March 21, 2011

Thursday, March 17, 2011

My lunch in Lisbon.

Things have changed since my last visit here in Lisbon. It seems to be as if more and more restaurant offer also veg food. The wines are always excellent.

Vegan in Portugal?

Friday, March 11, 2011


My mango wood box is always filled with raisins and nuts.

Monday, March 07, 2011

Thai inspired

A picture answer to the question: What do you eat when you don't eat meat and milk products.
Its a great joy to realize that more and more cafés offer cappuccino with soy milk. The heart doesn't cost extra.

Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Noodle salad

And the next day I prepared a noodle salad with the remaining noodles.

- a celery stick
- mushrooms
- a red pepper
- an apple
- green peas

The dressing consisted of olive oil red wine vinegar, mustard. Enjoy.

Noodles with tomato sauce

Saturday, January 01, 2011

Couscous, my New Years Eve dinner

1 onion
3 gloves of garlic
3 peeled potatoes
3 carrots
1 red pepper
1 zucchini
2 large and peeled tomatoes
1 tan chickpeas

Spices for the sauce:
1 teaspoon coriander
1 teaspoon cumin
Half a teaspoon curcuma
1 and a half teaspoon vegetable broth
pepper to taste
2 teaspoons Harissa (makes the sauce hot)

Fresh parsley

The couscous aside needs one and a half minute till ready. This can be done when everything is ready.

I first cut all the ingredients into pieces (not too small). I put the potatoes into water so that they don't get dark.
I put oil in the pan and fry the onions and garlic. Spices can be added after a while. Then I add the other ingredients. I pour enough water to the vegetables and then I let them simmer till soft. It takes about 20 min not longer.

Ready. Enjoy.