My favorite breakfast these days:
homemade paneer (made of fresh cow milk) sautéd in olive oil with a bit of salt and curry,
half of a green apple seared, with cinnamon and a fresh tomato from the garden… yumm!
The recipe was inspired by this wonderful book of Sarah Wilson.
If you, as well,do not want to use feta or store-bought paneer, you can find an online recipe for the paneer here: http://indianhealthyrecipes.com/how-to-make-paneer-cubes-at-home
Barak Allahu feek for all the lovely comments on my last post!
I really appreciate your encouragements and words, al khair, inchaallah.
Marrakech – a moment to change from everyday life in our remote mountains…
for example by enjoying the food variety and the huge range of different tastes we cannot find in the High Atlas… ice-cream, pizza, burger, fast food, slow food, juices, avocados, strawberries, cake, tarts, cheese, cappuccino, … chinese, italian, indian, american, … oh so yummy!!!
some natural-, food- and spiritual- inspiration wishing you all wonderful and blessed last nights of this holy month!
one of our this year’s healthy Id’ treats:
sugar-lactose-gluten-free chocolate pralines
very dark chocolate melted
coconut flakes grounded
sesame or linseeds grounded
nuts, pumpkin seeds, chia, etc. grounded
dates, cranberries, goji berries,…
orange flower water
mix all ingredients well and press small balls in shape, put them in little paper forms – yummy!
wishing you and yours a very happy feast-day and tabark’Allah! Id’ moubarak said!