Sunday, September 27, 2009

Papaya and Kiwi Salad Dressing

1 papaya, peeled and cubed - the amount depends on the size papaya papaya.
2 cubed peeled kiwifruit.
2 tablespoons vinegar.

These ingredients are put in the blender. If the dressing is too thick distilled water is added.

Taste when this is smooth . You can add 2-3 teaspoons of honey. Also add little tarragon - to taste.

Pear or Apple Sauce

- Cook 8 to 10 (red apples or pears) with 2oz. of water. These are cooked almost by steam because a very low flame is used.

- Once the fruit is cooked place the fruit (pears or apples) through the food mill and it will make the fruit (apples or pears) into a sauce.

Turkish Eggplant Salad

Choose only Organic vegetables

2 eggplants, rinsed and scored in quarters

1 small onion, chopped (cook on low if desired)

1 Tbsp cider vinegar (or white)

small bunch chopped parsley

2 tomatoes, chopped fine

Flax oil


Bake eggplant for 1 hour or until soft at 350 degrees. Cool and scoop with a spoon. If many seeds are present, these can be removed. Mash together with onion, vinegar, parsley, and tomatoes and flax oil. Serve on large lettuce leaf or in nice salad dish with parsley sprigs.

· Additions: red pepper chopped fine (cook as needed).

Add 2 cloves of garlic, if desired

Yummy Spinach

50 ml (1/8 cup) green onion or chives, chopped

250 ml (1 cup) spinach, rinsed, chopped

250 ml (1 cup) Swiss chard, rinsed, chopped

75 ml (1/4 cup) water or vegetable stock

Wash vegetables well. Cut away heavy stalks of chard and chop into bite sized cubes. Pour water into a fry pan or waterless cooker. Heat until bubbling slightly, add spinach and chard stalks. Stir fry on LOW heat for 5-6 minutes or until vegetables look clear. Add spinach and chard leaves. Simmer, watch and stir using a wooden spoon. Add extra water or vegetable stock only as necessary. Simmer until wilted and tender. Add chives or green onions for last 1 ½ minutes of cooking.

Serve hot.

Suggestions: Double the recipe and save some for salad. Chill well. Serve as a salad with fresh chives sniped on top.

Try: A squeeze of lemon juice on 1 tsp cider vinegar on Top…especially as a salad…drip 1 tsp flax oil over salad and enjoy.

Thursday, September 10, 2009


haven't have a chance to update the recipes... but soon, before the week ends.