It is the asparagus season in Germany again. My family including the kids loves green asparagus. My favorite way to prepare the asparagus is on a pan.
First chop off the hard ends of asparagus – you can even break them off with your hands,
Then you put some olive oil or butter in a skillet, add the asparagus, season with sea salt and roast it for about 3 minutes. The asparagus will be cooked but crispy and will not lose the beautiful intensive green color. We like to add some freshly grated parmesan cheese and decorate with lemon slices or with cooked hard boiled eggs or fresh cherry tomatoes.
Healthy & Tasty! This way the asparagus fits well as a sides dish to steaks or fish. It works well as a light vegetarian dinner if you add the eggs to it.
Let me know how you like to cook asparagus? Do you prefer the white asparagus or the green asparagus?
- 2 eggs
- 2 very ripe bananas
- 1 small yogurt ( greek, bulgarian, soya, almond ….) or a cup of water or milk (cow, soya,almomd…)
- any leftover nuts, dried fruit, chia seeds, coconut flakes ….
- agave sirup or honey
- 1 1/2 cup oats
Mix all in a bowl into a dough ( it will be liquid), then bake in greesed bannana bread form 180C for 30 – 40 mins.
This is my favourite breakfast these days, because it is easy to make and is very filling.
You will need:
Soya Yogurth Natur from Alpro or Alnatura: https://www.alnatura.de/de-de/alnatura-produkte/produktsuche/bio-soja-natur-vegan-400g
Fruit of you choice – I like to use a half of bannana, kiwi, berries, apples…
Chia seeds: https://www.alnatura.de/de-de/alnatura-produkte/produktsuche/bio-chiasamen-200g
Nuts ( Wallnuts, chopped almonds, pecan nuts…)
Raw honey or Agave syrup: https://www.alnatura.de/de-de/alnatura-produkte/produktsuche/bio-agavendicksaft-in-der-spenderflasche-250ml
Put a bit of soya yogurth in a bowl, top with the oats, chia seeds, fruit, nuts, honey or agave and serve. Then just mix it all together and enjoy.