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No Knead Healthy Bread - Saftiges Vollkornbrot ohne Kneten

Hello Everybodyhope you all had a good start into 2015 - looks like its gonna be a very good year so far!!I would like to catch up on a few reviews and recipes i tried the past months and i will start with a very moist and flavorful no knead bread recipe i made yesterday.Its about a 2 1/2 hour prep time recipe with then resting of the dough plus 1 h baking and another 1 hour cooling. So if you plan to make this for a special meal start about 4 hour ahead of time. You can play with this recipe and thats what i really like about it. If you stick to the measurements you can add any kind of seed or nut, dried fruit, cracked wheat or soaked grain, you could try different flours..This is a yeasty bread and you will taste that - it's different to breads that use sourdough.. i love this yeast flavour.I have tried this recipe i think the first time in 2006 and found it in my folder yesterday... this time i used spelt, wheat and millet flour. As a crunch i added oats and sunflower seeds as well as tigernut crumbs.This is the perfekt beginners bread - EnjoyAlissaNo Knead Bread - CherryBlossomNo-Knead Bread With courtesy by Omolas750 g flour (whole wheat, spelt, rye, gluten free bread flour - be creative)i used 500 g spelt flour and 250 g browntop millet600 ml lukewarm water1 1/2 packages of dry aktive yeast or 1/2 cake of fresh yeast1 cup yoghurt ( i used greek)1 Tbsp salt1 cut oats ( i used half oats half tigernut crumbs)1/2 cup seeds or nuts (flax seed, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, walnuts, raisins, pine nuts, pecan etc...) i used sunflower seedsPut the flour in a...

Lettuce Wraps with Spicy Peanut Sauce

Hellonice of you to stop by again :-).... Starting from July 1st my son decided to go vegetarian for 4 weeks as a start.... in order to feed him and help him with his new diet i googled a lot of vegetarian blogs, looked a recipes online and got a few magazines - what a great excuse to buy more cookbooks :-)Yesterday morning i found this recipe from cooking light and lucky me had most of the ingredients in my pantry.... i cooked the sauce, the rice and prepared the veggies... served it like on the picture.... my son like the whole composion very much but i would eat it without the lettuce next time... with this recipe it didn't really thrill me.. other than that the veggies are so yumm and who can resist a peanut sauce :-)Enjoy this vegetarian dish and if you can't help it add fried chicken or beef.AlissaLettuce Wraps with Hoisin-Peanut SauceRecipe by Laraine Perri, Cooking Light JUNE 20121 teaspoon coconut oil1 tablespoon minced shallot1/3 cup water2 tablespoons creamy peanut butter 4 teaspoons hoisin sauce1/8 teaspoon crushed red pepper1 tablespoon fresh lime juiceFilling:1 (14-ounce) package extra-firm tofu, drained and crumbled (i omit that)1 tablespoon dark sesame oil6 thinly sliced green onions (about 2/3 cup), divided 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro, divided3 tablespoons lower-sodium soy sauce1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger2 teaspoons sugar 1/2 teaspoon Sriracha (hot chile sauce, such as Huy Fong)1 cup matchstick-cut cucumbers1 cup matchstick-cut carrots2 cups hot cooked sticky rice8 Bibb lettuce leavesPreparation1. To prepare sauce, heat a small saucepan over medium heat. Add canola oil to pan; swirl to coat. Add shallot, and sauté for 2 minutes. Add 1/3 cup water and next 3 ingredients (through red pepper), and stir with a whisk. Bring to a boil; cook 1...

Chili-Lime-Chicken Parts - Chili-Limette Geflügelteile

Dear All,the other day i made some very very nice crispy chicken parts... this recipe is something for everybody....I am now researching all kind of Paleo recipes to get some variety and ideas on how i can change my meal plan.... some awesome blogs out in the web that i can only recommend! So i stumbled across Nom Noms blog and found not only this recipe but also her yummy sweet potato fries!I went to my organic supermarket and got the chicken, cilantro etc and started with this quick recipe.... the smell of the marinade already was very tempting...!This would be great for a BBQ aswellEnjoy AlissaChili-Lime Chicken PartsChili Lime Chicken PartsRecipe by Nom Nom 6-8Ingredients½ medium onion, roughly chopped2 jalapeno peppers (or 1 serrano pepper), ribs and seeds removed3 garlic cloves, peeled½ cup cilantro, tightly packedFreshly ground pepperZest from 2 limes¼ cup lime juice2 tablespoons Paleo-friendly fish sauce (Red Boat!)2 tablespoons coconut aminos6 pounds chicken wings and/or drumsticks1-2 tablespoons melted fat of choice (i used coconut)4 limes, cut into wedgesHow to prepare:Toss the onion, peppers, garlic, cilantro, ground pepper, lime zest and juice, fish sauce, and coconut aminos into a blender, and blitz everything together until a bright green purée is formed. I used more chili and less cilantro thats why my marinade turned out differently!Place the chicken wings in a large bowl, and add the marinade.Mix well with your hands.Marinate the chicken in the fridge for at least 30 minutes and up to 12 hours. Don’t marinade the wings longer than 12 hours because the acid will make the meat mushy. Take the wings out of the refrigerator 30 minutes before you intend to cook them.You can cook these chicken wings either in the oven or on your backyard grill.Arrange a rack in the middle of the...

Buckwheat Pancakes Gluten Free...... Buchweizen Pfannenkuchen Glutenfrei

Hello everyone,as some of you might know i am suffering from a few food intolerances due to a autoimmune disease. As in my closer surroundings so many people fuss with their food intokerances i had started to disregard the issue to avoid the discussions and looks and also i didn't want to belong to that gourp that always makes life difficult for others....I guess the thought was well meant but my body didn't appreciate that so much! So last week i choose health again and i am turning away from gluten, dairy, legumes and sugar for some time to heal and maybe if i like it for longer.... looking through the internet i found paleo and i will try it... so i looked through the list of allowed ingredients and stumbled over buckwheat and here is my first try... buckwheat pancakes with blueberries and agave sirup for breakfast....They are very tasty, nutty and filling.... i liked them a lot so did my son and his friend - they had now idea what they ate but wanted more!Even if you do not want to change your diet - this can be a wonderful change in your meal plan.Buckwheat PancakesThe recipe i found on a paleo website... please visit her site and try!!EnjoyAlissaBuckwheat PancakesServes: 10Ingredients1 cup buckwheat flour½ cup almond flour2 eggs, separated1 tsp honey (i used agave sirup)1 tsp baking powder1 cup almond milk (or your milk of preference)InstructionsIn a large bowl mix buckwheat flour, almond flour and baking powder. Make a well in the center and add egg yolks, honey and milk. Stir ingredients until mixed well. Set aside.In second bowl whisk your egg whites to med stiff peaks.Pour egg whites into the rest of the batter and fold gently until incorporated.Pour batter a half cup at a time...

Gateaux aux Olives

Frohe Weihnachten - Merry Christmas!!!ich hoffe Ihr hattet alle schöne Feiertage? Ich hatte einen kulinarischen Hochgenuss nach dem anderen und habe mich in der Küche mal so wieder richtig ausgetobt. Ich werde erst gar nicht anfange mich zu erklären warum ich nicht gepostet habe - soooooo lange! Jetzt bin ich mal wieder da und ich freue mich sehr und möchte gerne ein Rezept aus Frankreich mit Euch teilen - es gelingt immer, geht schnell, ist saftig und knusprig aussen. Prima als Geschenk geeignet und perfekt zum Salat..... Viel Spass damit!!Olivenkuchen (Gateaux aux olives)250 g Mehl1 Päckchen Backpulver4 Eier150 ml Öl ( ich habe Rapsöl verwendet)1 Glas Weisswein200 g entsteinte Oliven200 g Speck in feinsten Streifen150 g geriebener Käse ( ich habe Gruyere verwendet)Den Backofen auf 180°C vorheizen, eine Kastenkuchenform fetten, mehlen und pfeffern.Das Mehl mit dem Backpulver und Eiern gut von Hand mit einem Kochlöffel vermischen. Dann das Öl und den Wein hinzufügen und gut vermischen - wenn einen glatte Masse entstanden ist die Oliven, Käse und Speck hinzufügen kurz vermischen und in die vorbereitete Backform geben.Ich habe noch Pistazien und Oliven auf den Teig zur Deko gegeben vor dem Backen.Dann 50 Min goldbraun backen, abkühlen lassen und aus der Form stürzen!Ist ein tolles Rezept meiner französischen Kollegin Marie!!Gateaux aux olives250 g flour15 g baking powder4 eggs150 ml oil1 cup white wine200 g pitted olives200 g bacon bits150 g groung cheesepreheat the oven to 180°CButter a bread pand and sprinkle with ground pepper and flour.Mix together baking powder and flour add eggs till combined add wine and oilalso till well combined add the remaining ingredients. fill into the baking pan and bake 50 Min till golden brown. I added a few pistachio nuts on topof the bread before baking for the pretty look.Its a very moist and delicious breadthat goes...

Simple Chocolate Cake....... Schlichter Schokoladenkuchen

Cherry Blossom Table PicturesThis is a very easy, fluffy and deliscious cake - perfekt as it is made so quickly and fool proof - perfect for beginners! The cookbook I love cake byTrish Deseine is a wonderful cookbook for anybody - the recipes all turn out very nicely. Enjoy AlissaSimple Chocolate Cake (adapted from Trish Deseine's "I Love Cake" cookbook) 225 g butter or margarine (softened)225 g sugar4 eggs225 g flour4 tbsp cocoa powder dissolved in 4 tbsp hot water2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp vanillaa dash of cinnamonPreheat the oven to 180°C.Put all the ingredients in a large mixing bowl and whisk till you get a smooth batter.Pour into cake pan 2x 20 cmspring pan, bread loaf or gugelhupf pan... bake till pick comes out clean. Let it cool for a few minutes and de-mould the cake on a cooling rack. Decorate as you please.Hallohier ein Rezept für einen wunderbar einfachen Schokoladenkuchen - der sehr saftig, luftig und schokoladig schmeckt. Perfekt wenn es mal schnell gehen muss oder unerwarteter Besuch bevorsteht... und sehr gut geeignet für Kinder oder Backanfänger. Ich habe dieses Rezept im Kochbuch von Trish Deseine "I Love Cake" gefunden - übrigens ein sehr empfehlenswertes Buch mit Rezepten die funktionieren!Viel SpassAlissaLeichter Schokoladenkuchenvon Trish Deseine225 g Zucker225 g weiche Butter oder Margarine4 Eier225 g Mehl4 EL Kakao mit 4 EL heißem Wasser verrührt2 TL Backpulveretwas Zimtetwas Vanilleden Backofen auf 180°C vorheizen und eine Gugelhupf oder Kastenform fetten und mehlen. Alle Zutaten in eine Schüssel geben und zu einem glatten Teig verrühren. Den Teig in die vorbereitet Backform geben und ca 50 Min backen bis der Kuchen durchgebacken ist. Mit Holzstab testen. Den Kuchen komplett auf einem Gitter auskühlen lassen und nach Geschmack verziehen.