TK recipes

Recipes for Foodies

ūü•ēūüćÖūü•Ďūü•í ūüĆĹūüćÜ The tech¬≠ni¬≠cian has great recipes up her sleeve for us ‚ÄĒ from veg¬≠an to fish recipes to deli¬≠cious desserts.ūü•ēūüćÖūü•Ďūü•í ūüĆĹūüćÜ 
Every oth­er week we pick a recipe and share it with you.

PSST‚Ķ: The nutri¬≠tion¬≠al val¬≠ues are even indi¬≠cat¬≠ed at the bot¬≠tom with ūüė≤.

Have fun with the re-cooking! ūüĎ©ūüć≥

Berry crum­ble

What becomes of berries and crum¬≠ble? A berry crum¬≠ble! The dough is quick¬≠ly knead¬≠ed, trail mix includ¬≠ed. Then all that‚Äôs miss¬≠ing is the fruity fill¬≠ing and off to the oven. Alter¬≠na¬≠tive¬≠ly, any¬≠thing else fruity in the freez¬≠er or fruit bowl will do.

Hibis¬≠cus iced tea

Cran­ber­ry and hibis­cus not only give this deli­cious iced tea a beau­ti­ful bright col­or: they are also rich in phy­to­chem­i­cals and vit­a­min C, which strength­en the immune sys­tem and stim­u­late the metabolism.

Straw¬≠ber¬≠ry Iced Tea

They are red, sweet and so incred¬≠i¬≠bly deli¬≠cious: straw¬≠ber¬≠ries. There‚Äôs actu¬≠al¬≠ly noth¬≠ing to stop you from snack¬≠ing on them in copi¬≠ous quan¬≠ti¬≠ties all sum¬≠mer long. Because they have a low fat and car¬≠bo¬≠hy¬≠drate con¬≠tent and pro¬≠vide plen¬≠ty of vit¬≠a¬≠min C.

Yeast plucked bread with toma­to pesto and parme­san cheese

Dur¬≠ing the Coro¬≠na cri¬≠sis, many peo¬≠ple redis¬≠cov¬≠ered bak¬≠ing. Why stop now? Get the flour, sug¬≠ar and yeast out of the cup¬≠board ‚ÄĒ there‚Äôs Zupf¬≠brot! Refined with toma¬≠to pesto and Parme¬≠san, it becomes a Mediter¬≠ranean treat.

Vio­let sorbet

Vio­let sor­bet is not only incred­i­bly refresh­ing, but also healthy and low in calo­ries! By the way, the famous Empress Sisi from Aus­tria already knew that. She could not get enough of the deli­cious vio­let dessert.

Goji pep¬≠per¬≠mint: the hip¬≠ster among teas

The pop¬≠u¬≠lar med¬≠i¬≠c¬≠i¬≠nal plant pep¬≠per¬≠mint, for exam¬≠ple, has an anti¬≠spas¬≠mod¬≠ic effect on gas¬≠troin¬≠testi¬≠nal com¬≠plaints. The goji berry belongs to the super¬≠foods and is said to sup¬≠port the detox¬≠i¬≠fi¬≠ca¬≠tion of the body.

Tuna fil¬≠let with fen¬≠nel radic¬≠chio salad

Tuna is a great alter­na­tive for those who like to eat meat, but do not want to miss the hearty and aro­mat­ic taste. In com­bi­na­tion with the fresh sal­ad of fen­nel and radic­chio, it becomes a deli­cious­ly light and healthy lunch.

Ayurvedic saf­fron rice with pis­ta­chios and pomegranate

The bright red pome­gran­ate seeds are not only a visu­al high­light, but also give the dish a fruity-fresh note and score with healthy ingredients.

Spinach and sug­ar snap pea soup with salmon cubes

How nice that you can pre¬≠vent car¬≠dio¬≠vas¬≠cu¬≠lar dis¬≠ease in such a deli¬≠cious way. The fresh salmon pro¬≠vides plen¬≠ty of omega‚ÄĎ3 fat¬≠ty acids and pro¬≠vides the col¬≠or¬≠ful icing on the cake in the green soup.

Turmer¬≠ic lat¬≠te ‚ÄĒ the gold¬≠en milk

Turmer­ic is con­sid­ered an impor­tant rem­e­dy in Chi­nese and Indi­an med­i­cine. The plant with the intense yel­low is par­tic­u­lar­ly effec­tive against inflam­ma­to­ry dis­eases and low­ers cho­les­terol levels.

Braised chico­ry in orange-anise broth served with whipped pota­toes and vanil­la carrot

This veg­an appe­tiz­er pro­vides numer­ous vit­a­mins and nutri­ents, such as folic acid and vit­a­min C, thanks to the chico­ry. The win­ter veg­etable has a slight­ly bit­ter taste, but it is the bit­ter sub­stances that make chico­ry so valu­able. Because they stim­u­late fat burn­ing and togeth­er with the fiber they also have a diges­tive effect.

Sweet pota¬≠to chips with veg¬≠an mus¬≠tard dip

Plain pota­to chips were yes­ter­day, now there are spicy sweet pota­to chips with a home­made mus­tard dip. Thanks to the red tuber, this snack pro­vides a high lev­el of antiox­i­dants: they scav­enge free rad­i­cals in the body and thus improve cell health.

Red cab¬≠bage man¬≠go sal¬≠ad with bread¬≠ed tofu

Here, crunchy red cab­bage meets fresh chico­ry, sweet man­go and crispy tofu cubes in coconut bread­ing. This brings col­or and lots of healthy nutri­ents to the table. While the cab­bage replen­ish­es the vit­a­min C depots, the tofu pro­vides a large por­tion of veg­etable protein.

Aloo palak with kale and cucum¬≠ber raita

This dish shows why the hype about kale is jus­ti­fied: The green win­ter veg­etable is not only ver­sa­tile, but also a low-calo­rie nutri­ent bomb. In addi­tion to numer­ous vit­a­mins, it scores with lots of min­er­als, sec­ondary plant com­pounds and trace ele­ments. Pre­pared in the Indi­an way, kale becomes a taste sen­sa­tion in the cold season.

Pulled chick­en on zuc­chi­ni baguette

A real bun­dle of ener­gy: the fill­ing of fresh zuc­chi­ni strips and dried apple rings is spiced up with oven-cooked chicken.

Beet soup with gin¬≠ger¬≠bread spice

Christ¬≠mas aro¬≠ma spreads as soon as this deli¬≠cious soup is served. An appe¬≠tiz¬≠er like in a star restau¬≠rant: with unusu¬≠al ingre¬≠di¬≠ents such as hazel¬≠nuts, gin¬≠ger and figs.

Fir trees with choco¬≠late snow

Cook¬≠ie cut¬≠ter cook¬≠ies are made quick¬≠ly. Whether the Christ¬≠mas bak¬≠ing is start¬≠ed with chil¬≠dren or friends, it does¬≠n‚Äôt real¬≠ly mat¬≠ter. The main thing is that you can eat and after¬≠wards there will be at least a small amount of cook¬≠ies left over for the stor¬≠age tin.

Snack: Chia bread with cot­tage cheese spread

Want a slice of ener¬≠gy? This bread has plen¬≠ty of it. The chia seeds pro¬≠vide us with impor¬≠tant nutri¬≠ents, min¬≠er¬≠als and vit¬≠a¬≠mins ‚ÄĒ and the herb curd con¬≠tributes plen¬≠ty of pro¬≠tein and calcium.

Roast­ed Brus­sels sprouts with sweet potato

One tastes rather tart, the oth¬≠er sweet ‚ÄĒ but they are both healthy: Brus¬≠sels sprouts and sweet pota¬≠toes are true vit¬≠a¬≠min and min¬≠er¬≠al bombs. And as roast¬≠ed veg¬≠eta¬≠bles, they are par¬≠tic¬≠u¬≠lar¬≠ly deli¬≠cious in com¬≠bi¬≠na¬≠tion with hazelnuts.

Pump­kin pan­cake with feta and walnuts

Pump¬≠kin not only looks good on Hal¬≠loween, but also in soup ‚ÄĒ or on this deli¬≠cious tarte flam¬≠b√©e. Pump¬≠kin pro¬≠vides vit¬≠a¬≠min A and the provi¬≠t¬≠a¬≠min beta-carotene, and wal¬≠nuts are rich in omega‚ÄĎ3 fat¬≠ty acids.

Sim­ple mush­room soup with veg­etable chips

Mush¬≠room soup with fresh mush¬≠rooms, dried porci¬≠ni mush¬≠rooms and thyme ‚ÄĒ per¬≠fect for the cold days, won¬≠der¬≠ful¬≠ly aro¬≠mat¬≠ic and ready in just 20 min¬≠utes. The top¬≠ping of veg¬≠etable chips and herb lemon mush¬≠rooms pro¬≠vides that cer¬≠tain some¬≠thing and makes friends look impressed out of the laundry.

Puffed ama­ranth bites with goji berries and chocolate

Rich in nutri¬≠ents, light in taste: That‚Äôs ama¬≠ranth ‚ÄĒ a pow¬≠er grain that the Incas and Aztecs already appre¬≠ci¬≠at¬≠ed. In com¬≠bi¬≠na¬≠tion with fruity berries and bit¬≠ter¬≠sweet choco¬≠late, it forms the basis for a nutri¬≠tious snack for in between meals.

Pan¬≠zanel¬≠la ‚ÄĒ Ital¬≠ian bread sal¬≠ad with mixed mush¬≠rooms and arugu¬≠la pesto

Sal¬≠ad is bor¬≠ing? Today we prove the oppo¬≠site and serve an Ital¬≠ian-inspired bread sal¬≠ad of the extra class.

Buck­wheat pan­cakes with herb mushrooms

Buck­wheat is a pop­u­lar and gluten-free cere­al alter­na­tive for a clas­sic: the pan­cake. For the right taste expe­ri­ence, the top­ping must not be miss­ing, of course. Par­tic­u­lar­ly deli­cious is the com­bi­na­tion with roast­ed herb mushrooms.

Fruity peach straw­ber­ry san­gria with frozen berries

This non-alco¬≠holic san¬≠gria tastes like sum¬≠mer and vaca¬≠tion! Qua¬≠si the per¬≠fect refresh¬≠ment for a luke¬≠warm evening out¬≠doors. The frozen berries are not only a visu¬≠al high¬≠light, but also pro¬≠vide numer¬≠ous vit¬≠a¬≠mins, fiber and min¬≠er¬≠als at the same time.

Wal­nut bread with avo­ca­do hummus

Hard shell, healthy core: Wal­nuts low­er blood pres­sure, pro­tect the car­dio­vas­cu­lar sys­tem and pro­mote men­tal per­for­mance. The super­food hum­mus makes this snack even tasti­er and even healthier.

Apple Peach Iced Tea

Peach and apple com¬≠ple¬≠ment each oth¬≠er per¬≠fect¬≠ly in this iced tea recipe, because this mix¬≠ture pro¬≠vides plen¬≠ty of fiber for diges¬≠tion. But also many min¬≠er¬≠als, such as potas¬≠si¬≠um, cal¬≠ci¬≠um and mag¬≠ne¬≠sium and vit¬≠a¬≠mins A, B1, B2 and C.

Ital­ian mine­strone with basil topping

Mine­strone is one of the old­est dish­es in Ital­ian cui­sine. You can eas­i­ly vary the ingre­di­ents, which makes it per­fect for leftovers.

Bircher mues­li with peaches

With our ver¬≠sion of the Swiss Bircher mues¬≠li, you can get a fit start to the day.

Fruit mil¬≠let salad

For­got­ten for a long time, now a trendy food! Mil­let is full of min­er­als and is gluten-free.

Coconut rasp­ber­ry nicecream

A refresh¬≠ing sweet and sour com¬≠bi¬≠na¬≠tion of rasp¬≠ber¬≠ry puree, coconut milk and vanil¬≠la sugar.

Ener¬≠gy Balls

These balls are per­fect as a snack on the go. They con­tain bal­anced ingre­di­ents and pro­vide plen­ty of energy.

TexMex bowl with steak strips

A bowl is a great way to use up what¬≠ev¬≠er you have in your pantry. 

Point­ed cab­bage pas­ta with smoked tofu croutons

Point­ed cab­bage is an under­es­ti­mat­ed veg­etable, yet it is very versatile.

Berry smooth­ie

This drink is per­fect for all ath­letes who want to become berry strong. Just take your favorite berries and enjoy the refreshment.

Veg­etable sticks with hummus

This veg¬≠an snack is quick and easy to pre¬≠pare. The raw veg¬≠eta¬≠bles are pleas¬≠ant¬≠ly fill¬≠ing and pro¬≠vide plen¬≠ty of vitamins. 

Chick­en cap­rese packets

These tasty pack¬≠ets of chick¬≠en breast fil¬≠lets and moz¬≠zarel¬≠la com¬≠bined with juicy toma¬≠to ten¬≠ers will keep you full for a long time.

Chick­en Shawarma

Shawar¬≠ma (meat dish of Ara¬≠bic cui¬≠sine) has become a typ¬≠i¬≠cal Israeli street food and pro¬≠vides a bit of vaca¬≠tion on the plate.

Aspara¬≠gus Spaghet¬≠ti One Pot

How prac¬≠ti¬≠cal: When the noble green veg¬≠eta¬≠bles cook togeth¬≠er with the pas¬≠ta, fla¬≠vor and nutri¬≠ents remain in the pot. Cr√®me l√©g√®re pro¬≠vides the fresh¬≠ness kick.

Banana bread & choco¬≠late hazel¬≠nut cream

These tasty pack¬≠ets of chick¬≠en breast fil¬≠lets and moz¬≠zarel¬≠la com¬≠bined with juicy toma¬≠to ten¬≠ers will keep you full for a long time.

Pow­er smoothie

A real pow¬≠er kick for the immune sys¬≠tem, because this smooth¬≠ie is full of vit¬≠a¬≠mins, trace ele¬≠ments and minerals. 

Whole wheat sand­wich with cran­ber­ry avo­ca­do sal­ad and hummus

Healthy sand­wich for in between

Col­or­ful oven veg­eta­bles with olive toma­to ketchup

While the pump¬≠kin and cab¬≠bage are cook¬≠ing away in the oven, you can take your time to con¬≠jure up the high¬≠light of the dish.

Green grilled veg­eta­bles packets

You can‚Äôt get enough of healthy ‚Äúgreens‚ÄĚ. Broc¬≠coli, spinach and the like pro¬≠vide us with vit¬≠a¬≠min K, mag¬≠ne¬≠sium, cal¬≠ci¬≠um and antiox¬≠i¬≠dants. Served from the oven with feta, the veg¬≠eta¬≠bles become a fla¬≠vor hit.

Whole wheat pas­ta sal­ad with figs and crispy salmon ham

Of course, you can also pre­pare this deli­cious sal­ad with white pas­ta. But who wants to vol­un­tar­i­ly give up min­er­als and fiber, which only the whole grain ver­sion offers?