• Ranchero mexican hot sauce recipe


    Ranchero sauce is one of the most versatile and easiest to cook Mexican sauces. By cooking it yourself, not only you are 100% sure of the quality of ingredients used, but you can also regulate the “spiciness level” to your taste! Enjoy my quick video guide on how to prepare the Ranchero sauce and the text recipe version below. Let me know what do you think and which version is your favourite ;) Preparation time: 15 min Cooking time: 15 min Per: 4 servings Nutrition per serving: - 108 kCal - Fats - 7.5g - Carbohydrate - 10.5g - Proteins - 2.1 g Ingredients: 3 cups of chopped in small…

  • falafel


    Falafel is definitely one of my favourite vegan dishes. It is filling and delicious, and is enjoyed by omnivores as well. If your non-vegan friends are joining you for a meal, and you are not sure what to cook for them, so they do not feel under pressure to eat plant-based food - opt for Falafel! It is an ultimate go-to meal! Preparation time: 4h 10 min Cooking time: 20 min Per: 3 servings Nutrition per serving: - 785 kCal - Fats - 36g - Carbohydrate - 91g - Proteins - 28 g Ingredients: 2 cups of chickpeas 3/4 cup of diced white onion 1 clove of garlic Juice of half a…

  • Tornado potatoes


    Preparation time: 20 min Cooking time: 60 min Per: 4 servings Nutrition per serving: - 580 kCal - Fats - 25g - Carbohydrate - 76g - Proteins - 15 g Ingredients: 4 tbsp raw walnuts 2 tbsp nutritional yeast 1 glove of garlic 1 tbsp kosher salt 1 tbsp paprika 1 tbsp dried oregano 4 tbsp olive oil 8 medium size potatoes Equipment & tools: Food processor Small kitchen knife 8 wooden skewers Basting/pastry brush Oven Baking paper Instructions: Preheat the oven to 350˚F (175˚C). Prepare the seasoning. Add walnuts nuts (raw; don’t soak), nutritional yeast, garlic, salt, paprika and oregano to a food processor and mix/pulse until a fine meal is achieved. Wash potatoes…

  • plantain guacamole twists


    Preparation time: 15 min Cooking time: 30 min Per: 2 servings Nutrition per serving: - 583 kCal - Fats - 35g - Carbohydrate - 143g - Proteins - 7 g Ingredients: 2 green plantains (sliced horizontally app. 1-2 mm each) 2 tbsp of maple syrup Vegetable oil 2 ripe avocados 1/2 lemon Olive oil 1 tsp turmeric 1 tsp paprika 1 small tomato (cut in small cubes, app. 0.5*0.5 cm) 1 zucchini Salt and pepper Instructions: Firstly, prepare guacamole. Cut avocados in half, take out the bone and spoon out the flesh. Smash the flesh with a fork, add some olive oil, juice of half a lemon, season with salt,…

  • Vegan Plan-based diet

    Plant Based vs. Animal Based Diets

    What is a plant based diet, that everyone is taking about recently so much? Why is so popular and what makes people to go vegan overnight these days? These the common questions nowadays, and bellow I will try to answer them all. First of all, a plant based diet is a vegan diet. Industry players sometimes like to substitute one term with the other, depending on their main target customers. For example, if they do not want to scare the omnivores, they prefer to use ‘plant based’ description. Sociologically, it does not provoke as much criticism with people as ‘vegan’ or ‘vegetarian’ terms. To explain even more fully, a plant-based…

  • Vegan Vegetable Dauphinoise


    Preparation time: 15 min Cooking time: 50 min Per: 4 servings Nutrition per serving: - 308 kCal - Fats - 12.5g - Carbohydrate - 40g - Proteins - 11 g Ingredients: 3/4 cup (90 g) raw cashews 3 Tbsp (9 g) nutritional yeast 1 glove of garlic 4 medium size potatoes 400 g Coconut Cream 15 g of Vegan Butter/Margarine 2 medium size tomatoes 1 zucchini Salt and pepper Equipment: Food processor Instructions: Preheat the oven to 375˚F (190˚C). Prepare vegan parmesan cheese. Add cashew nuts (raw; don’t soak), nutritional yeast, and 1/2 a clove of mashed with salt garlic to a food processor and mix/pulse until a fine meal is achieved. Season as appropriate for…

  • Real pics taken during the process of preparing my vegan Gazpacho soup
    Food Theory


    Let’s talk about soups now! Where I come from (cold and furious Russia) soups are a MUST! However, where I lived most of my life (Cyprus), soups are not that likeable… Thinking about it, only 1 traditional Cypriot soup comes to mind - Trahana, and people eat it mostly on 1 occasion during the whole year - Easter night… Why is that so? They say, it’s due to whether differences, it tends to be colder in Russia, UK and Canada, than in the Mediterranean, so locals there enjoy soups more. Maybe so, but Russians eat them in winter, spring, autumn, summer, no matter of time of the day, outside temperature,…