FOOD

🌏CHRYSANTHEMUM GREENS-TONG HO SOUP OF THE DAY👩🏼‍🍳iCook

👩‍🍳Unlike many other leafy greens, garland chrysanthemum hasn’t received much research attention. It seems to be a relatively unremarkable, albeit healthy food. Low in calories, relatively high in protein, and fairly nutrient-dense, this is a flavourful and very healthy side dish. I love it just to add to my broth, here just added to pork bones broth and I made tomato for dipping or add it in the soup. I ate it with my cauliflower rice which is good for diabetics. Next time I would love to try it just like a salad with sesame miso dressing. I’ll share to you the recipe. Great way to use the chrysanthemum greens!

YOU NEED…….

a bunch of garland chrysanthemum

Pork Bones

3 pieces of small Carrot

Salt and Pepper to taste

HOW TO…….

FOOD

T-BONE-STEAK AND CAULIFLOWER RICE IN SPRINGTIME

👩‍🍳A steak is a short-fried or briefly grilled piece of beef fillet. Of course you can also prepare other types of meat such as pork, veal, turkey or deer as a steak – but then it must be clear from the recipe name – the original steak is always from beef. Here pan fried T-Bone-Steak with my cauliflower rice and for hubby white rice with cherry tomatoes-scallions as side dish. It’s springtime in Vienna.

T-Bone-Steak & Cauliflower Rice

YOU NEED…….

2 pieces T-Bone-Steak

1 whole Head Cauliflower

Olive Oil

Salt and Pepper to taste

Some Scallions

100g Cherry Tomatoes

1 Lemon for Lemon Juice

6 cloves Garlic

HOW TO…….