We grind the walnut and flax seeds in the robot.
Mix them with sunflower seeds, then add butter (at room temperature, yogurt, yeast and warm water. Do not forget to add salt to taste)
Mix the ingredients, add as much flour as possible, until you get a very elastic, non-sticky dough.
Spread the dough on the floured work table, cut out the stars and then place them in a tray lined with baking paper, grease them with beaten egg, sprinkle with coarse salt and sesame seeds.
Bake the pan in the preheated oven at moderate temperature and wait for the stars to brown.
Granola with walnuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower and blueberries
Why make granola at home? Because, we want to know what popes our children! And the rest of the family, why not! Homemade, granola is a healthy, tasty dish and can win by far the "fight" with certain commercial dishes, apparently "healthy", but full of all kinds of sources of sugar and processed oils, which are not only healthy. . We just have to be careful to keep a balance between the ingredients, so as not to overdo it with fats, whether they are healthy, unsaturated or with the "sugar" from dried fruits.
Pay attention to what age you offer it! Walnuts and seeds (even if they are crushed) but also the crunchy consistency of the flakes, recommend the preparation for the age of over 3 years, due to the risk of drowning.
- 150 gr oat flakes (you can also use rye flakes, spelled, barley) *
- 50 gr coconut cream (solid)
- 30 ml water
- 25 gr nuts **
- 25 gr flower seeds **
- 25 gr pumpkin seeds **
- Dried fruit & # 8211 a tablespoon of blueberries I used
- optional: one lg of date paste (hydrated or blended dates)
* If you want a gluten-free granola, use gluten-free oatmeal (look for the packaging that specifies this aspect)
** For better absorption of nutrients & # 8211 by removing phytic acid, prior hydration of nuts and seeds is welcome.
How to make Vegetable MAYONNAISE from WALNUTS and SEEDS (video recipe)
To make this vegan mayonnaise you need a few walnuts and sunflower seeds, and a blender. It is ideal for different types of salads of vegetables and greens.
In addition, it contains healthy proteins and fats, so necessary during fasting or in a vegetarian diet, without meat, eggs and other products of animal origin.
Walnut and Seed Mayonnaise Recipe
Walnut and seed mayonnaise - recipe
You can give up sunflower seeds and use only nuts. Any kind of walnuts are good: Romanian, Brazilian, cashew or macadamia nuts. You can find them at health food stores.
• 1 handful of walnut kernels
• 2-3 tablespoons of sunflower core
• 1 glass of water
• 1 tablespoon of lemon juice
• ½ teaspoon of salt
• 1 teaspoon of mustard powder
Walnut and Seed Mayonnaise Recipe
Put the walnut and sunflower kernels hydrated overnight in a bowl of water to cover them. This will soften the cores and make them easier to process.
The next day, rinse the nuts with clean water and put them in the blender. Add the freshly squeezed lemon juice, salt and mustard powder, obtained by grinding the mustard seeds through the electric coffee grinder. You can give up mustard powder if you do not have it, using sweet mustard instead to prepare the salad, if you like and if necessary.
Walnut and Seed Mayonnaise Recipe
For starters, add about half a glass of water (the water in which the nuts stood, which has turned a reddish color). Press the button and mix at low speed. Gradually add more water as the blender grinds to a core and clogs the blender.
Depending on the consistency you want for mayonnaise, add more or less water. For example, if you plan to use this mayonnaise for a root salad, you can make it softer, that is, more liquid.
Even if it doesn't seem to have a special taste, after you add it to the salad, it will give a special consistency and flavor to the vegetable mixture. You can also add a little oil.
Walnut and Seed Mayonnaise Recipe
Depending on the salad you will use, you can also use 2 cloves of garlic when grinding the kernels in a blender. Garlic and walnut make a particularly good pair in terms of flavor and texture.
See also the video recipe:
How to make vegetable MAYONNAISE from WALNUTS and SEEDSView the recipe here: http://lataifas.ro/retete-naturiste/retete-de-post-retete-naturiste/82809/cum-sa-faci-maioneza-din-nuci-si-si- seeds /
Posted by LaTaifas.ro on December 16, 2015
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Ovo-lacto-vegetarian recipes. Simple and easy to make recipes. Meat-free recipes. Recipes containing milk, eggs, cheese.
This collection of recipes is like an online cookbook. It is updated every time a new recipe published on the blog falls into this category.
In the collection you will find recipes for appetizers, basic dishes, desserts such as cakes, cakes or desserts by the glass.
Some of the recipes can easily fall into the category of gluten-free recipes or can be adapted to be helpful in different diets.
I hope you like this generous collection in which most recipes, I must admit, are under the category of "desserts", ie more cakes and pies.
These are generally easy dessert recipes for beginners and are explained step by step.
I hope you like this collection which has been my work for almost 8 years and which I hope to see materialized soon in a cookbook in electronic and physical format.
In order to be able to read each recipe separately, you have to click on the picture of the recipe that interests you or on its title. You will be redirected to another page on the blog where you can read the recipe in detail, with the list of ingredients and how to prepare it.
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Nuts and seeds
I consider this Korma a queen of all pea dishes. Even if it may seem like an exaggeration, I assure you that it is not. I only have ecstatic terms referring to Coconut Milk Matar Korma. For me, she is the absolute winner and detached from all pea dishes. It's just perfect. I don't know & hellip Continue reading & rarr
OJAS & # 8211 The nectar of life
Ojas is a Sanskrit term meaning "force." The Ayurvedic concept of Ojas corresponds somewhat to the modern medical concept of immunity, only that Ojas is much more. Ojas is our fundamental strength, strength and natural resistance against diseases of all kinds. It is the invisible shield called immunity, which protects us from the external causes of & hellip Continue reading & rarr
KULCHA Seeds & # 8211 Kulcha Seeds with Seeds
I also offer you a type of Kulcha bread, so you can choose from when you feel like making fresh Indian bread. These are Keds Seeds, which are as easy to make as the simple ones. The only difference is that at Seeds Kulcha sprinkle your favorite seeds on one side & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Wheat Kurmura & # 8211 Crispy puff pastry
Wheat Kurmura is a very tasty, crunchy and easy to prepare snack, a quick solution for when your friends suddenly fall. Or it can be a small gift prepared by your hands for when you go on informal visits. Sugar-free puff pastry is needed for this recipe. They are mixed in a large pan with different & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Gulab Doodh & # 8211 Rose Milk
Gulab Doodh is a milk-based drink in which a little rose syrup was mixed. It is a delicious milk that, although it seems something exotic to us, is common in India, especially in the south, where there is some hot heat. I also talked about the effects of the rose when I posted Gulab Sharbat. The & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Wheat Flour Ladoo & # 8211 Ladoo from Wheat Flour
Ladoos are among the easiest to make Indian sweets. There are many varieties and they can have as main ingredient dates (as in Dry Fruits Ladoo), semolina (Rava Ladoo), chickpea flour (Besan Ladoo), coconut, Paneer cheese, peanuts, expanded rice flakes, Poha and many more. others. For today I have prepared a type of & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Dates Cake & # 8211 Delicious Cake with Dates
You've probably noticed lately that I've focused more on candy recipes. I hope you liked them and that you want more. Because I'm going to post so much more. Dates Cake is such a sweet recipe. It is a fluffy, creamy, soft, flavorful cake - a treat & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Qubani ka Meetha & # 8211 Caise velvet
Qubani ka Meetha is a famous dessert in Hyderabad (the capital of the South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh) and is served during the (grand) wedding festivities, as well as during Ramadan (the period of Muslim fasting) or at various parties. It has been known for hundreds of years, since the time of Mughal domination. Although it is a simple dessert, it is incredible & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Coconut Basbousa & # 8211 Gris syrup cake with yogurt
Coconut Basbousa is a very pleasant dessert, adapted from a recipe that comes from Egypt. Coconut Basbousa is light and has a discreet rose aroma. I urge you not to skimp on saffron because it balances the sweet taste of the coconut cake fantastically well. It is a very easy dessert to make & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Chum Chum & # 8211 Pleasure Boats
Chum Chum or Cham Cham is a very delicate and fine Indian dessert, a refined sweet. It is very similar to the method of obtaining Rasgullas, the only difference being that Chum Chum are not served with the syrup in which they were boiled, but are rolled in coconut. But this difference makes the two & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Besan Ladoo & # 8211 variant 1
Besan Ladoo is a classic Indian dessert. Very popular, very good and not missing from all holidays, weddings and other auspicious events. Basically, when you say Besan Ladoo you mean India. Being the most common type of Ladoo, it knows several variants. I intend to introduce you to two or three because you already know & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Tomato Sheer & # 8211 Tomato Curry with Coconut Milk
Tomato Sheer is a tomato curry that does not use strong, spicy spices. This Curry is a favorite of the Pathare Prabhu community in Mumbai, a special community of Hindus, who are said to have been among the first inhabitants of this great city. Tomato Sheer is absolutely delicious, super, fantastic and cum & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Coconut Milk Vermicelli Kheer & # 8211 Vermicelli with Coconut Milk
A simple dessert to make but very fine, velvety, in which the first coconut milk is used. This Kheer is more suitable for Kapha people than Kheers made with cow's milk. Coconut Milk Vermicelli Kheer has a simple, refined taste, different from a regular Kheer, and can be a wonderful dessert for & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Aloo Korma & # 8211 Coconut Milk Potato Korma
"Silky potatoes" - that's how my husband named this recipe. "Tell them when you write the recipe on the blog that they are the best potatoes, fine as silk!" was his completion. Indeed, the fact that they are boiled in coconut milk gives the potatoes a special consistency, a finesse and a very special refinement. Se & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Thin Coconut Milk Rice & # 8211 Thin Rice with Coconut Milk
What good rice! Fine and soft, with a special sweetness in it, given by the coconut milk. Again, this wonderful milk raises any dish to new heights of taste and refinement. And the meeting between Basmati rice (or of any kind) and coconut milk can only generate large & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Kabuli Chana Shorba & # 8211 Naut Cream Soup with Coconut Milk
A first recipe on the blog that uses coconut milk, this exotic delicacy that makes life sweeter and the food more velvety. In this recipe, chickpeas are very well balanced by coconut milk which makes the soup very "silky" and gives it a refined taste, & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Coconut Milk & # 8211 How to make
A detailed article about (almost) everything you need to know if you come across a coconut in the kitchen. How to choose it, how to cut it, how to use it and how to extract milk from it. At the bottom of the page you will also find references to recipes that use coconut or its milk & # 8230
Thengai Burfi & # 8211 Coconut Cakes
Thengai Burfi is very good in taste and is also extra easy to prepare. I liked the walnut version on the grater, even if it's a little more chewy. At first glance it was not very convincing - its consistency is more unusual for us. But the second piece I ate without fashions. & hellip Continue reading & rarr
Dry Fruits Ladoo & # 8211 Dates and Almonds Candies
Some candies extremely easy to make, from dates and different types of nuts, to choose from. Dry Fruits Ladoo is the perfect dessert for those who want healthy and fast sweets. In addition, they are made without fire - opinion of raw food lovers. They can be made without sugar. I'm not saying they are & hellip Continue reading & rarr
MALPUA & # 8211 Indian sweet pancakes
Malpua (or Malapua, Malpuva or Malpura) are the pancakes of India, although the term "pancakes" is not too close to the kind of European pancakes we know. It's not very similar to the American ones either. Malpua knows a lot of variations. The differences are given both by the raw material used: white flour, whole wheat flour or & hellip Continue reading & rarr
If you want to replace animal milk with something else for various reasons, walnut milk is an easy solution to implement with delicious results and a positive impact on your health.
Why is animal milk not healthy? Read the article & # 8220Milk: its importance and effects on the body & # 8220.
Method of preparation:
- The walnuts are hydrated in water for 8 hours or overnight
- Wash well and add 750 ml of water over them
- There are now 2 options:
a. Add the water together with the walnut together with the walnut in the cold-pressed fruit juicer. I use Hurom slow juicer and I like how the milk comes out with it.
b. Blend the nuts with water and then squeeze the milk with a special milk bag or gauze.
Walnut kernel treatments
Walnut kernels are one of the most consistent and healthy foods known. It is a perfect meat substitute, better than soy. The walnut kernel given through the mincer perfectly replaces the minced meat in almost anything, from meatballs, to sarmale or roulade. Being very rich in fats and proteins, walnut surpasses meat in terms of caloric value, having instead a toxicity several times lower and being very digestible. In addition, walnut is the fruit richest in copper and zinc, which is why it is used in the treatment of vascular diseases, growth and maturation disorders, immune deficiencies.
Stroke - Regular consumption of heat-processed nuts strengthens blood vessels and prevents, especially in the elderly, their deterioration. Here is a very effective recipe:
- 3 crushed walnut kernels,
- 1 teaspoon of bee pollen
- 2 tablespoons honey
mix very well, shaping into candy. Take all this mixture daily, on an empty stomach, in the morning.
Constipation - Consume the core of four lightly fried walnuts 10 minutes after consuming 1-2 glasses of plum compote or 2 tablespoons of liquid honey with water. The treatment is done on an empty stomach.
Diabetes - Like hazelnuts, walnuts are very low in sugar, which makes them a staple in diabetes, where raw foods and meat are especially recommended. In addition to hazelnuts, walnuts even have a slightly hypoglycemic action, helping to alleviate this condition.
Body weight below normal - due to the high content of fats that are easy to assimilate and that do not increase cholesterol, nuts consumed in large quantities are a basic part in fattening belts. This food is recommended for people who want to gain healthy weight without risking a sudden rise in cholesterol, an overload of the cardiovascular system or the appearance of problems such as cellulite or stretch marks.
hyperthyroidism - Walnuts have a regulatory effect on thyroid activity and, in addition, bring a considerable supplement of calories, which are known to be consumed in large quantities in this condition, hence the state of pronounced devitalization that occurs frequently.
Sterility, impotence - The intake of vitamin E, the presence of rejuvenating substances that protect and clean the blood vessels make nuts a very suitable food in the treatment of these two diseases. It is worth noting the beneficial effect of walnuts in preventing vascular impotence (which represents over 50% of cases of impotence).
Rheumatism, gout - Walnut shells have a strong depurative effect, favoring the mobilization and elimination of toxins from the body. A cure is made with hydroalcoholic extract (tincture) of walnut shells, from which two teaspoons diluted in half a glass of water are taken, 3 times a day. The treatment lasts 40 days and is preferably done in late autumn and early spring.
Hydroalcoholic extract Walnut shell is the most active preparation obtained from walnut, being very rich in iodine, flavonoids and tannins. It is obtained as follows: put in a threaded jar 20 tablespoons of green walnut shell powder, over which add two cups (500 ml) of 50-degree food alcohol. Close the airtight jar and leave to soak for two weeks, in a warm place, then filter, and the resulting tincture is placed in small, dark bottles. It is administered from this remedy, four times a day, one teaspoon diluted in a little water.
Leaf powder walnut is obtained by grinding as fine as possible with an electric coffee grinder. The storage of walnut leaf powder is done in hermetically sealed glass jars, in dark and cold places, for a maximum period of 2 weeks (because its volatile substances evaporate very quickly). Usually, it is administered 3-4 times a day, one level teaspoon of walnut leaf powder, on an empty stomach.
Walnut oil It is obtained only industrially, by cold pressing. It has a strong cholesterol-lowering effect, being also a vascular tonic and dewormer. Take 3-4 teaspoons a day, preferably on an empty stomach.
Peeled hemp seeds
Hemp seeds fall into the group of oilseeds, along with walnut seeds, or other types of seeds. Small but incredibly powerful nutritious, they have been cultivated and used by humans since ancient times. Even on the territory of the ancient Dacia, hemp appeared, from whose fibers the Dacians made their shoes, and Herodotus mentions the hemp seeds used as an energizer and even a drug of the Scythians, for when they started in battles. Hulled seeds can be eaten raw & # 8211 added to salads, sandwiches, groats or muesli. They can also be added to baked products or mixed with fruit, juice or milk.
Having a taste similar to pine and sunflower seeds, hemp seeds can be used in any recipe. In terms of nutritional content, hemp seed contains in principle 30% protein, 42% fat and 15% carbohydrates. For diabetics, the glycemic index of husked hemp seeds is considered low due to its low carbohydrate content. The seeds are also full of nutrients that moderate blood sugar levels.
The benefits of hemp seeds derive from their rich content in vitamins, minerals, polyunsaturated fats and amino acids necessary for protein synthesis. We will discuss these benefits in turn to show why it is advisable to include hemp seeds and hemp seed preparations in your regular diet.
Seeds and foods with high energy potential
During the winter, the biggest problem of nutrition is finding foods with a high energy potential. From the point of view of the value of proteins, food must have the property of increasing the vitality of the body, especially in the periods when it requires it.
The most suitable are vegetables and butter. Such foods with a high energy potential and quite pure do not wear out the digestive tract and are easier to assimilate helping a proper metabolism.
Table oils, for example, were used in the past as staple foods. Being obtained non-industrially, these oils nourished the body, protecting it from harmful overloads. Olive, sunflower, walnut or rapeseed oils were obtained by cold pressing. They were untreated with various chemical agents or subjected to various refining processes. These oils were not harmful to the body with a high energy intake. And some plants are recommended to be consumed for their energy intake.
* Soy contains 40% protein, 22% fat. It is consumed in the form of grains, flour or in the form of textured soy, imitating meat to taste.
* Walnuts have 15% protein and 60% fat. They far exceed the meat in consistency. It is a staple in any diet. When mixed with eggs, walnuts are extremely nutritious.
* Hazelnuts contain 14% protein and 60% fat. They have walnut-like energy potential.
* Peanuts or hazelnuts contain 30% protein and 50% fat. They have qualities very close to those of meat.
* Butter contains 80% fat. It is one of the foods that far exceeds the products based on meat and lard, in terms of energy potential. Clarified turns into ghee, a food that is considered in the Ayurvedic tradition to be one that contains principles of rejuvenation.
* Sunflower seeds have 20% fat. In ancient times this plant was considered by the Indians a sacred plant.
* Susan contains 65% fat, 24% protein. It is vitalizing, aphrodisiac, antiasthenic, vitaminizing.
French Bread with nuts and cinnamon
Here is a more complex recipe, for breakfast, with French flavor, but just as easy to prepare, if you follow it "a la carte".
Ingredients (for 6 servings):
- a wholemeal bread with sliced seeds
- a cup of walnut kernels, fried and cooled
- 3 tablespoons brown sugar
- 6 eggs
- a cup of low-fat yogurt
- a cup of skim milk
- 2 tablespoons of maple syrup
- 1 tablespoon white sugar
Method of preparation:
- prepare an oven tray or a heat-resistant glass dish, lining the inside with butter or baking paper
- walnuts should be finely chopped, but not ground
- mix until the sugar melts!
- the bread is given through the mixture of eggs and then through the one of nuts and brown sugar and it is placed in the tray greased with butter
- if you have any nuts left and brown sugar, sprinkle on top in the oven tray
- add the rest of the egg cream to the pan
- cover the tray with aluminum foil and refrigerate overnight (at least 6 hours)
- in the morning, preheat the oven to the 5th stage and bake the bread for 30 minutes, until it becomes golden and crispy on top.
- let it cool for at least 10 minutes and then cut it into slices
- Serve warm with a little maple syrup
- to fry the walnuts (the bread is tastier if you fry them before!) put them in a non-stick pan and leave them on a medium heat towards the sea, turning them, until they become slightly brown and have a nice luster
- you can replace the usual yogurt in the recipe with a vanilla yogurt
- if you want a creamier breakfast, replace the milk in the recipe with yogurt, but fatter
- wholemeal bread with seeds can be replaced with white bread, but which can be easily cut into cubes (do not use the crust!)