Traditionally, mussels in green sauce are cooked with white wine and white flour. We are going to replace the wine with mirin and the flour with brown rice flour. Mussels are a marine bivalve mollusc that is of great nutritional importance. It is rich in protein yet low in calories.  It is a good source…

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In this blog entry I bring you a recipe that could not be more traditional. It is squid in its own ink. However, we are going to give it a different touch by not using traditional ingredients such as white flour or solanaceous vegetables like peppers (although we will use dried tomatoes). If you follow…

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These baked apples will not leave you indifferent because they mix flavours and textures that you would never imagine could go together: apples with miso? really? Yes! What’s more, by baking to these apples we make them more yang, more energetic and suitable when you are tired or weak. This recipe is very autumn-like because…

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RICE PUDDING WITH APPLE AND LEMON This is a delicious dessert but can be too “filling” if made with brown rice, which is very nutritious and dense. For this reason it is usually made with white rice. In this case I suggest you use semi-brown rice. Remember that I do not recommend that you finish…

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PUMPKIN CAKE WITH A CRUNCHY CAROB BASE This cake leaves no one indifferent, it is delicious and the mixture of pumpkin, chocolate and/or carob flavours is surprising. It is vegan, gluten-free and free of refined sugars. And it doesn’t need an oven.  All the ingredients in this cake are organic and/or fair trade. Preparation time:…

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mijo con mochi

Enjoy this simple but tasty and very healthy recipe. Millet boots digestion and mochi is recommended for weakness and to regain strength and energy. It also stimulates milk secretion in nursing mothers, increasing both its nutritional quality and its quantity. You can buy dry ready-make mochi or you can make your own mochi, as I…

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CREMA TRIGO SARRACENO Y AMARANTO

If I don’t drink milk, what shall I have for breakfast? This is something I keep being asked about in all my cooking classes and workshops. And my answer is always the same: we need complex carbohydrates to obtain stable energy and prevent our sugar levels go wild. The old cereal grain porridge cooked on…

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patatas fritas

  These “crisps” are ideal to add crunchy texture to soups, creams, spreads, etc. And they are gluten-free too! You will need to: 120 gr. brown rice. 50 gr. millet. 3 c.p. unrefined sea salt. 225 ml water. The first thing you have to do is soak the grains well (4-5 hours or overnight). This…

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YIELDS: 15 truffles (aprox.) | DIFFICULTY: Easy | TIME: 40 min. INGREDIENTS ORGANIC BROWN RICE 100 GR. 1 CINNAMON STICK 4 DATES 1 STAR ANISE ALMOND OR RICE DRINK 150 ML. 1 TSP. GROUND CARDAMOM UNREFINED SEA SALT (TO TASTE) SHREDDED COCONUT 100 GR. ALMOND FLOUR 100 GR. GRATED COCONUT FOR COATING PREPARATION 1. Rinse the…

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