Vegetarian Autumn stew
Vegetarian Autumn stew
quickly ready and healthy fresh dish with Bio vegatebles
2 whole Leek
1 good piece of garlic
1 package of Qourn pieces
Cuminseeds Curcuma,black pepper Sea Salt
Grinded Mozarella cheese
Good Bio butter
Soja cream at the last(personal choice)
4 ready boiled potato's
Take a saucepan with glass top
And put your butter in and your onion and garlic and Quorn pieces and your spices
Let it bake on a sim fire and when it get a bit color put the rest of the vegetables in it
Cut the carrots in thin slizes
The poridge and Chicory a bit more bigger parts
Mix it all well and put a bit water in it and let softly on a sim fire and put the glass cover over it 10 min
Now take a refractory oven dishr put good butter in it
and cut the potato in slizes on the bttom
and put your veggy mix on top and put your mozarella on it
Preheat the oven on 200 degrees and put your dish inside for 10 min and put the last 5 min the grill on so your cheese can get colored a bit.
Leave it in the refractory oven dishr( see that you have 2 small ones(for one person size)
It is crunchy, tasty, and highly nutritious. Carrots are a particularly good source of beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants ( 1 ).
They also have a number of health benefits. They're a weight-loss-friendly food and have been linked to lower cholesterol levels and improved eye health
Chicory root is a good source of inulin, a type of prebiotic fiber that has been linked to increased weight loss and improved gut health
It also contains some manganese and vitamin B6, two nutrients tied to brain health
Summary Leeks are low in calories but high in nutrients, particularly magnesium and vitamins A, C, and K. They boast small amounts of fiber, copper, vitamin B6, iron, and folate.
Ouorn Mycoprotein is naturally high in protein with 11g per 100g, and fibre at 6g per 100g. It is also low in fat (3g per 100g), saturated fat (0.7g per 100g), carbohydrates (9g per 100g), and contains no sugar and negligible salt.
Cumin seeds contain naturally occurring substances that work as antioxidants. That means that these substances (called apigenin and luteolin) keep the tiny free radicals that attack healthy cells from being successful.