...who would believe, that shredded cauliflower could serve as a base for pizza?? Well, I tried it and have to admit - it tastes great and is a brillant option for all those who want to cut back on white flour...
This hearty pie belongs to the basic foodstuff in Spain and South America... by the way – the empanada tastes best when it has set at least for one day. If you do not like tuna, you can simply skip it and increase the amount of onions and bellpeppers.
As I love the typical English Shepard´s Pie topping with mashed potato, I just combined it with a healthy and yummy nutbase and spinach avocado spread (thank you, Jamie Oliver for the inspiration;-)
... I found this recipe at Jamie Olivers brilliant web page and adapted it to be suitable for a gluten free dinner for guests. I prepared the lasagna in four medium sized dishes and put them in the oven when my guests arrived.
Sometimes the most amazing recipes evolve from improvising. The other day I found a lovely vegan Shepard Pie recipe from Jamie Oliver which I wanted to cook right away. Unfortunately I had not even half of the needed ingredients - so I came up with my own version and created this very yummy vegetable pie.
Quinoa is one of the stars of vegan cuisine. Maybe, this is because of its high content of plant based proteins & minerals... or maybe it is just because of the nice taste and texture this grain from South America has to offer...
Millet is one of the basic grains I use - it is gluten free, inexpensive and can be easily combined with all kind of ingredients. It is the perfect match for kohlrabi, but you can try to fill any other vegetable with it as well.
A lovely alternative to the traditional lasagna with minced meat - and a good way to convince your kids to eat their veggies;-)