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Nori Tuna Salad Wraps

Friday, January 27, 2023

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Fill with tuna mayonnaise, lettuce, avocado, cucumber, alfalfa sprouts and sesame seeds, these seaweed wraps make a sustaining and nutritious meal that's keto friendly, low calorie, high protein and jam packed with flavour. You might want to swap tuna for salmon if you are worried about mercury poisoning. Some leftover roasted chicken would do the trick too.

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Keto Smashed Cucumbers With Whipped Tahini

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

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By ‘smacking’ the cucumbers in this refreshing side dish you create more rough surfaces to better soak up the spicy sauce. It makes a great accompaniment to grilled chicken or skewered steak. Feel free to use more chilli sauce if you want it really spicy or less chilli oil if you prefer it milder. Whipped tahini is creamy, nutty, richly satiating and comes together in a snap using a stick blender.

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Persimmon, Mandarin and Burrata Salad

Monday, January 23, 2023

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The delicate, sweet persimmon and juicy, tangy mandarins with creamy burrata, pomegranate seeds and fresh mint. All drizzled with olive oil then sprinkled with a generous amount of sumac, cracked PGI Kampot pepper and smoked salt. Wonderful colours and textures combined to create this zestful, flavourful and lively winter salad.
PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) Kampot (a city in southern Cambodia) pepper with a beautiful red colour offers sweet notes of citrus fruit, berries, dates, and honey. The hot taste also has slight flavours of eucalyptus and mint. Freshly ground or crushed, it perfumes your salads, baked goods and roasted vegetables. Kampot peppercorns are considered the finest pepper in the world. They’re named after their region of production.
Sumac, or sumach, comes from the Arabic “summaq,” which means “dark red.” It's made from the berry fruit of the Rhus Coriaria shrub and adds a citrusy tangy lemony flavour to salads and meats. It's tart and sharp, but also contains a hint of sweetness, along with lingering floral notes.

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Belgian Endive Kumquat Salad with Pomegranate and Feta

Friday, January 20, 2023

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Bitter endives, distinctly citrusy kumquats, sweet and sour pomegranate and briny Feta form the basis of this salad full of intense flavours. A fabulous salad or light lunch. Besides Feta, the endives pairs really well with blue cheese too.
The bitter substances in Belgian endives stimulate the production of bile in the liver and digestion, especially of fats. They also prevent cravings by curbing the appetite.

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Smoked Trout Tartare with Avocado Mango Salsa

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

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Buttery, flaky smoked trout prepared in this manner is a wonderful variation of tartare. Crème fraîche, wasabi paste and lemon juice is mixed with fresh smoked trout and top with a fruity salsa made avocado, mango, red onion and chives. You can serve it on some freshly baked bread or on crunchy lettuce leaves if you want to go low carb. It makes an easy yet perfect starter or as a light dinner.

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Tuna and Avocado Salad with Caesar Dressing

Monday, January 16, 2023

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Jazz up a humble can of omega-3 fatty acids rich tuna with this easy avocado tuna salad recipe. Silky avocado adds creaminess that's cut with a hit of tanginess from caper apples and a pleasant bitterness from radicchio. Perfect for a quick and light lunch or dinner. You can easily turn this simple salad into a more substantial, hearty, texture-rich dish by adding some cooked whole grains (such as quinoa, barley, or buckwheat).

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Garam Masala Mashed Pumpkin with Harissa Black Lentils

Saturday, January 14, 2023

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The earthy harissa-flavoured beluga lentils go so perfectly with the rich and creamy mashed pumpkin, which makes a nourishing and delicious meal to have on a cold winter day!
I prefer to make my own pumpkin puree by roasting them in oven until very soft, then simply process them into a puree. But you can use canned variety too. Black lentils are also known as beluga lentils since they resemble beluga caviar, the most prized of all caviar varieties. They hold their shape exceptionally well when cooked, very much like French lentils (aka Le Puy lentils). Feel free to use other types of lentils instead if you can't find them.

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Buckwheat Salad with Chestnut Dressing

Thursday, January 12, 2023

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Buckwheat are the seeds of a flowering plant related to rhubarb. Contrary to the name, they are not related to wheat. Buckwheat groats are naturally gluten-free and has a low GI. They have wonderfully earthy and nutty flavour, nutritious and incredibly satisfying. You want to slightly undercook them because buckwheat tends to become mushy when overcooked. Substitute the buckwheat with millet or couscous for the recipe if desired.

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Smoked Salmon Salad with Lemon Dill Dressing

Tuesday, January 10, 2023

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With distinctively nutty mâche, delightfully sharp and bitter radicchio, sweet mandarin, rich smoked sockeye salmon and creamy, herby lemon dressing, this keto-friendly, gluten-free salad is chock-full of fresh flavours, crunchy and juicy textures, and essential nutrients. I have also added some leftover trout caviar to the salad, but it's completely optional. Instead of mâche, you can also use arugula, baby beet greens, spinach or simply a mesclun mix.

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