• Cous-Cousey with Fetah

    It’s possible to eat healthy in semi-lockdown, even if you only have 5 minutes (of willpower) to prepare food. In this couscous, cucumber and tomatoes add fibres and nutrients, while parsley gives a boost of fresh and immune-system supporting vitamin C. Chickpeas and feta cheese help make the meal more substantial, and raisins – or dried apricots – are an optional addition if you have a sweet tooth that needs to be satisfied. Adding pepper in the end is totally fine, but skip the salt since feta has plenty! This meal is light and healthy – but what’s also awesome is that it can be varied with all sorts of…

  • Vegetarian Split Pea Soup

    Split pea soup is a traditional winter soup in The Netherlands. It has many health benefits since it’s stuffed with veggies – split peas (excellent source of fibre and minerals), leek (vitamin K, vitamin B6), carrots (excellent source of beta-carotene and good against heart disease), onions (help prevent osteoporosis), and turnip celery (rich in fiber and very low in calories). Notice we’re using boiling water instead of vegetable stock. The flavors of the soup’s ingredients are wonderful enough on their own, and let this soup stay low salt. You’ll need 2 hours to make this soup but most of it is waiting time. Print Recipe Traditional Split Pea Soup Prep…