Organic recipes are all the rage! We let ourselves be seduced by this cuisine which only uses natural products from an organic production method and we choose to bring healthy and delicious food to our plates by taking inspiration from these cooking tips.
How to cook organic?
Including organic products in your diet promises many benefits as they contain no chemicals and other synthetic elements in their composition. We thus choose to buy only organic seasonal products and local products and we give pride of place to healthy products such as legumes, cereals, whole wheat and rice. Fruits and vegetables, seeds and dried fruits can also be added to the basket such as agave syrup and gomasio, the two alternatives to sugar and salt.
As for the choice of recipes, we stick to classic dishes such as diced vegetable roulades accompanied by a slice of pike beef.Fans of lighter recipes can opt for a Niçoise salad or an organic salad made with cottage cheese, nuts and fresh herbs.Chicken and seafood skewers can accompany wok-cooked greens, while a pan-fried tofu chicken is perfect with rice or quinoa.Still speaking of quinoa, this ingredient can be reused to make small vegetable pancakes or a ratatouille gratin.Soups, soups and soups are obviously essential, as long as they do not add butter or anything too fatty in their recipe.
How to gain taste?
Sweet spices, almonds, cashews, and hazelnuts help add crunch to any dish. For example, you can add them to a salad to enhance the taste or enjoy them grilled in a pan to enjoy their crunchy side. Always speaking of organic products, gomasio, a clever mix of salt and toasted sesame, is increasingly popular for its many benefits. It is preferred to classic table salt to sprinkle dishes and we add in the process, crushed sesame to spice up raw vegetables, steamed vegetables and gratins.
Lacto-fermented soy cream can be used as a garnish for a quiche or a pie with onions and eggs while the more gourmet can combine it with a drizzle of olive oil. olive and herbs for a delicious sauce. Wholemeal cornmeal or polenta is a great side dish. Recognized for many of its virtues, polenta pairs well with mashed hazelnuts to accompany chicken breast or with tomato coulis and a drizzle of olive oil to accompany red meat. Finally, ginger, cumin, cinnamon, cardamom, turmeric and nutmeg will be perfect for spicing up steamed vegetables, chicken breasts and grilled fish.