Bio Zucchini rolls with Greek Feta cheese
Healthy not expensive and not much work and full of vitemines and minerals
2 middle size zucchini Bio
2 piece of Garlic or assafoutida powder as replacement
1 long tomato or tomato passata
1 pack Greek Feta
1 handfull spicy nuts and seeds salad mix
non stick baking pan
Black pepper and sea salt or Herbamare herbal salt
2 springs of fresh thyme
Fresh raspt Parmezaan cheese or Gran pedano
peel your zucchini but leave a little green on
cut now the zucchini in long strips not too thik or not too thin
Take a pan and place the strips as much as possible next to eachother
put some water with pepper and salt and put a cover
And Blanch for about 5 min(not to soft)
let it drain
Now put some olive oil on the strokes and put a piece of feta cheese and rol it
Take now your non stick bakingpan and put some olive oil in your garlic and thyme
And put all your Zucchini rolls in it and put small slizes tomato between de rolls
Put your cheese on it and the handfull spicy nuts and pitts saladmix
Pre warm the oven on 200 degrees and put it on de middle grill for 15 a 20 min
Dress it nice and put some juce out of your pan
put some fresh tomato and some East Indian cherry leaves
You can eat it with rize or a jacket potato
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