We spend most of our waking hours at work, so it is no surprise that our workplace nutrition habits have major impact on our health. It has been said that proper workplace nutrition can help us get ahead! Bringing home-cooked food at work is more healthier than indulging on unhealthy junk food. It is the same with choosing balanced snacks and diet. Like fat-free yogurt, fresh veggies, and driking bottled water instead of coca cola, juices, Zero-calorie drinks and energy drinks. That is the reason why we choose to bring our food at work for us to eat together as healthy as we can.
Here another Tuna cake from Zlatinka, (colleague) but this time she use wholegrain toast and she garnished it differently from the first one she brought us last time.
While this one our home-cooked dinner from mama Rada. Stuffed peppers with Soja, Proja, Sarma, Carrot Salad with Garlic and homemade Bread. PROJA is made out of corn flour with baking powder, mineral water, sunflower oil and salt. A type of bread originated from Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia and Slovenia.
What I love most here is the carrot salad with garlic and chilli. Super hot! Just like me (wink)…LOL
For dessert we got Vegan Muffins which she baked out of flour, cacao, sunflower oil, water, baking powder and I think beetroot without egg. And of course her famous cookies.
Above was brought to us both Kapan and Zlatinka. Kapan cooked her famous Sarma art from Turkish cuisine with grape leaves wrapped around a filling, green peppers, dill yoghurt and cucumber sauce with garlic too. While Zlatinka prepared Burek with ground meat and cheese, Proja, and Cabbage Salad. What a healthy and delish dinner we got!
This was our sweet or dessert baked by Zlatinka, a cacao-chocolate cake I think without egg also! In between she added a cream out of milk and a bit of white cocolate, was very good indeed!
Here is from Ivanka, a pumpkin burek. My first time to eat a pumpkin burek something salty. But she made two different kind one is this one and the other one was sweet with sugar of course. LOL… I love the salty one. Burek or Börek is a family of baked filled pastries made of a thin flaky dough known as phyllo or yufka, found in the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire. There are wide variety of regional variations of Burek, pumpkin burek is one among them could be prepare either salty or sweet.
For dessert she baked a cake she cold it coconut cubes. I don’t know what the reason could be for this name but it is made out of cacao, flour and grated dried coconut without egg.