Pancakes made of corn flour
Corina Cauliflower cream soup
Raw vegetables and grilled vegetables Salad
Puree with mushroom stew
Spinach with stuffed and fried mushrooms
Pasta with broccoli
Spaghetti with shells
Pasta with shells and other seafood
Potatoes and Eggs stuffed with avocado
Sweet pasta with pumpkin and honey
Fish with millet and vegetables
Corina Cauliflower cream soupCauliflower has extraordinary properties and is considered a magical vegetable due to the capacity to prevent heart, brain, cancer, and has anti-inflammatory properties. Studies show that it is a natural source of antioxidants and a very good detoxifier.
Raw vegetables and grilled vegetables SaladBeneficial properties for the body, such as: have laxative effect, improve digestion, are anti-cancerous, help against cardiovascular diseases, against fatigue, depression and stress, combat anorexia, colds, flu, help against rheumatic pain, help the respiratory system, lungs, kidneys , detoxifies the skin.
Puree with mushroom stewA very good vegetable sauce is the sauce I call Carla Sauce, after the name of my cousin, from which I received the recipe: I ripe the vegetables: carrots, parsley, celery, parsnips, add wine and boil until the vegetables become soft, put them all in the blender until they are pasty. You add salt and you can use it as a sauce for puree, on the chicken(sliced), or on other vegetables.
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