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Kohlrabi carpaccio with cranberry walnut pesto

kohlrabi carpaccio with cranberry walnut pesto

It always amazes me how a few very simple (and budget friendly) ingredients can turn into a very fancy looking and tasting dish with just a little creativity and carefully garnished plates. For this dish for example, I used kohlrabi as the main ingredient, which is a kind of cabbage that is very common (and inexpensive) in German speaking countries. It can be eaten raw or cooked, and has a mild cabbage flavor that works great in salads, hearty stews or as a side dish. I combined it with a sweet yet savory pesto made from cranberries and walnuts and served it on a bed of lambs lettuce.┬áBy the way, if you have any leftovers or simply don’t need all the pesto and veggies for serving, use it as a sandwich filling – absolutely delicious! Continue reading

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Creamy kohlrabi soup with roasted pumpkin seeds

kohlrabi soup with pumpkin seeds

Lately I’ve been posting a lot of recipes for sweet stuff, so I wanted to go for a savoury recipe this time. I had initially planed something different, but then I woke up yesterday with a severely sore throat, I wasn’t able to eat anything even remotely ‘chewy’ without it hurting like hell. So, I went for a hearty cream soup recipe, that went easy on my throat but was still filling enough to not leave me lusting for snacks afterwards. The second day my throat was slightly better (albeit I then entered the runny nose and achy bodyparts stage of this cold), so I topped the soup with some roasted pumpkin seeds – though it is delicious without them as well! Continue reading

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