I love watermelon cocktails, and who doesn’t like mojito….. That’s why this one is my dreams come true in hot days.
And the best part is… there is no sugar added! Watermelon gives natural sweetness to the cocktail, which makes it not only healthier but also gives interesting, new flavor to the classic mojito. So here I’m presenting my ”fit mojito”. It’s super tasty and refreshing! Of course most healthy will be in VIRGIN VERSION !!! 🙂
500g of watermelon
4 sprigs mint
*100ml of white rum
about 100ml of sparkling water
*party version of cocktail :p
Another fusion in my kitchen. Omelette a’la Spanish tortilla. The original Spanish tortilla is based on potatoes and eggs, this time I added also another veggies.
0.5 small zucchini
salt, pepper, oil
1. Chop the on onion . The rest of the vegetables cut into slices.
2. Fry onion in olive oil, a frying pan. Add champignons in pieces. If they releases too much water, pour it away.
3. Add more olive oil and fry potatos, at the end of frying add also zucchini. Add spices.
4. Smash eggs, add salt. Pour them evenly on the pan. Cover the pan. Every some time control if the eggs are evenly scattered, separate the edges of the omelette from the pan. Check the omlette from the bottom.
5. When the omelette will be brown from the bottom, put the pan on the pan from the plate, inside side to the bottom. Quickly tourn the pan placing the omelette on the plate,
6. If necessary add the oil in the frying pan. Slowly and gently slide the omelette from the plate to the frying pan, and fry the other side, do not cover the pan.
7. Serve with bread.
When American cuisine meets African cuisine in the vegetarian edition – veggie burgers with millet, beans and champinones, with spices in chakalaka style.
half a cup of millet
half a can of red beans
300 g champinones
half a cup of canned tomatoes (mashed)
3 garlic cloves
0.5 teaspoon curry
0.5 teaspoons turmeric
bunch of parsley
bread crumb (* gluten free)
1. Preheat a thick bottom pot, add to it millet and mix from time to time. Boil water in a separate pot. When the millet will release nutty smell pour into it of 1.5 cups of hot water.
2. Cook under cover, add a little butter (or oil). Cook on low heat for about 12 minutes. After this tme to add tomato sauce. Cook until millet will soak in tomato sauce and untill soften. If needed, add more water.
3. Champinones clean the chop into slices, peel the onion and cut into small pieces. Fry in olive oil together. After some time add also 2 cloves of garlic.
4. Strain beans and rinse under running, cold water.
5. Parsley cut into small pieces.
6. Mix mushrooms, beans, millet and parsley together. 1/3 of the mass leave, the remaining mass mash together adding one clove of garlic. Combine both parts again, add egg and spices. Mix thoroughly, if necessary, add bread crumbs.
7. Form burgers and roll them in the bread crumbs, fry in hot oil.
For 1 liter of drink:
3 tablespoons of honey
3 large lemons
two sprigs of mint
*If you’ll add sparkling water to lemonade, drink will be even more refreshing 🙂
2 cups almond or coconut drink (‘milk’-drink)
(if its is not sweet you can add honey)
1/4 cup chia seeds
1 cup mashed strawberries (or other berries)
*1 tbsp of honey (for berries)
Perfect refreshments for hot days.
1 glass of prosecco
1 lime (squeezed)
5cl elderflower syrup
5cl soda water
2 slices of lime
1 or 2 mint sprigs