Spices from the East add a wonderful aromatic touch to falafel. Unexpected flavours meld together perfectly into this easy and economical dish, which uses chickpeas and veggies for extra punches of taste and nutrition. Serve these Mediterranean chickpea patties in pita pockets with greens, tomato, and a mild vegan yogurt sauce. Your kids won’t be able to resist! For a rainbow of riches create a surprising, colourful main dish using complementary side salads — the easy way — from greens to carrots.
Hermes Chthonius is a god associated with the earth and underworld. For Greeks, the gate to spring has been the Athenian festival of Anthesteria that was held for three days in the month of Anthesterion (February-March). Anthesteria is the ritual rite of the journey from winter to spring, from death to life. During the third day of the festival, the Greeks made panspermia. Panspermia is a multi-grain soup, which was offered to Hermes Chthonius and the dead. Packed with whole grains (whole grain helps lower cholesterol) this hearty dish is a nutrition powerhouse!
There is no doubt that hummus is one of the most popular and healthy dips out there. This is a simple and easy recipe for homemade hummus with a twist: smoked paprika adds a seductive smoky flavour and aroma. Smoked paprika hummus–stuffed tomatoes can be served as an impressive and nutritious side dish which offers a refreshing take on spring tomatoes.
This is a power-food combination! This recipe brings to you a harmonic blend of aromas, flavors, and colors; the smoky sweet sauce of roasted red peppers goes well with the earthy flavor of buckwheat, the latter brings out the spiciness of the herbed and spiced chickpeas which is tamed by the breezy fresh salad. If you’re on a gluten-free diet, this recipe is ideal for you.