In Sweden, as in many countries the Christmas is filled with traditions of dishes that should be served around this time of the year. I however think it’s the different spices that really make Christmas. Today, the classic gingerbread spices will give taste to my Christmas granola with orange. Good for a yogurt, in a cake or maybe even as adding some crisp to a salad!
Today there’s a sweet potato burger on the menu! The recipe comes from the book Green burgers written by Martin Nordin. Of course, you will also get a review of the book as well as the recipe for fun sweet potato burgers with almond feta and blackened vinegar.
As you may have noticed, I just love cooking books! I read them in English, Dutch and Swedish. Today I have chosen a real nice Swedish one for you, Raw fika. Let me just explain the Swedish word fika first.
Fattoush is a Lebanese fantastic salad based on roasted bread, vegetables and fresh herbs. Below you find my interpretation of the dish. As always without gluten, sugar, too much carbs and vegan friendly.