Beetroot Pesto with Homemade Pasta

What do you do if you have any leftover beetroots? I made a delicious, brightly colored pesto with the remaining beetroot from the beetroot and goat cheese Flammkuchen and served it with homemade pasta. The following recipe is for two people, but we have prepared a large portion of the homemade pasta and dried the remaining…

Roasted Pumpkin and Feta Salad with an Onsenegg

I absolutely loved this seasonal fall or winter starter with pumkin, feta cheese and a perfect onsen egg. For the onsen egg, I used a Sous-vide Machine to cook it for 50 minutes at 64.5°. However, if you don’t have a sous-vide machine, you can always prepare a poached egg or combine the salad with…

Parsnips & Tomato Hummus: A Seasonal Vegetarian Starter

            Winter comes in many colors – that’s why I call this particular starter shades of orange: Honey-Glazed Parsnips and Carrots on Tomato Hummus. Ingredients (for 4 people): Tomato Hummus 1 tablespoon of butter 1 small onion (finely chopped) 1 garlic clove (finely chopped) 4-5 Parsnips 2 carrots 1 teaspoon…

Homemade Pasta Basics

  Homemade pasta! Don’t be afraid, making pasta is not hard at all, with just a bit of practice you will be able to produce pasta in no time – and pasta is so versatile, you won’t run out of ideas anytime soon either! For the basic pasta dough you only need 4 ingredients: flour,…

Fluffy maple sirup Pancakes: Brunch made easy

Who doesn’t love pancakes! I particularly love them with maple-sirup and, if I feel particularly indulgent, bits of bacon. This recipe is a slight adaptation of Jamie Oliver’s easy and unbelievably fluffy pancake batter method. I added a bit of maple sirup into the batter for an extra kick of that maple goodness – they…

Low-Carb Red Thai Curry Soup with Carrot Zoodles and (Soup-)Chicken

        Here we go with another one of my favorite Thai inspired recipes with a eco-conscious laying hen chicken twist. This is also one of my go to recipes if I want a healthy, low-carb dinner with very little calories: I opted for carrots and Shirataki Noodles instead of classic Noodles. Shirataki…

Swiss Winter Cabbage and Raclette Cheese Pie

Purple is the new winter color – or at least if you ask this red and white cabbage Wähe. For anyone not Swiss: Wähe is a traditional, pie or quiche-like dish made of pastry filled with vegetables, cheese or anything else you can think of. Inspired by the delicious recipe by Juckerfarm Farmticker, I opted…

Lasagne al Forno

What’s your favorite part of the Lasagne? Mine is the crust – always the crust! Lasagne always makes me happy, a comforting treat for a cold and grey Sunday or a hearty meal that brings family and friends together. Let’s dig in! Ingredients: Bolognese 2 onions (finely chopped) 2 cloves of garlic (finely chopped) 2…

Chicken Pot Pies! Consciously Indulgent Comfortfood

  With all seasonal vegetables and the meat from laying hens (also called soup-chickens), this twist on a classic comfort food comes in eco-friendly, delicious, and hearty little packages. You can use the soup-chicken meat directly after you made it or, as I did, you can defrost some previously made portions. And here you can…

Leek and Potato Soup: Winter Comfort in a Bowl

  Don’t let them tell you winter is a boring season, there might not be as many seasonal vegetables, but the ones we’ve got are tasty! Ingredients: 250g of leek (the whole leek with the greens) 300g of potatoes (peeled) 2 onions 2 cloves of garlic 20g celery 1 carrot 10g butter 1 dl white…