Potatato cake with Chesnut mushrooms and chives
4 a 5 middlemate Bio potato
450 gr Chesnut mushrooms
2 piece of garlic or assafoutida powder
The yolk of an egg
Black pepper sea salt and herbamare herbal salt A Vogel and a knife point Ashwaganda powder
you can use extra veggy minced and red onion in it too
boil your potato with a bit of sea salt
Crush it and let it cool of
Take a saucepan and melt the bio butter put your cut garlic and mushrooms and let it stew short
put the herbs in and at the last the fresh chieves and coriander
now miix the yolk of the egg in it and put it all together with your potatos
now make with your hand 4 piece in the form of a cake look the photo
The orange roses i made from carrots the activate the 2th chakra center of creativity
put some olive oil in a pan and bake this cakes on a small fire on both side till it it looks crispy
serve with a salad or with a cheeseburger or fish its delicious
Chestnut mushrooms are good for your cells and blood health and support your immune system.
The mushroom has recently been discovered to contain glutathione and ergotheonine, two potential anti-aging antioxidants
Chives are a nutrient-dense food. This means that they are low in calories but high in beneficial nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
That said, to get a significant amount of these nutrients, a person would have to eat a large quantity of chives. Instead, people often use chives as a garnish.
Potatoes are a good source of fiber, which can help you lose weight by keeping you full longer. Fiber can help prevent heart disease by keeping cholesterol and blood sugar levels in check. Potatoes are also full of antioxidants that work to prevent diseases and vitamins that help your body function properly.