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Vegetable curry with almond shiitake balls

Nutrient content per person: Calories 484 kcal Carbs 55 g Fat 21 g Protein 26 g

Fun facts

Health benefits of tahini:

* Tahini is full of healthy fats, vitamins and minerals. In fact, just 1 tablespoon provides more than 10% of the daily value for some nutrients.

* Tahini contains antioxidants called lignans, which help prevent free radical damage to your body and can reduce your risk of disease. Free radicals are unstable compounds. If they are present in high levels in your body, they can damage tissues and contribute to diseases such as type II diabetes, heart disease and some cancers. The content of tahin is particularly high in the sesamine compound of lignan. For example, it can reduce the risk of cancer and protect the liver from free radical damage.

* Some compounds in tahini are highly anti-inflammatory. Although short-term inflammation is a healthy and normal response to injury, chronic inflammation can damage your health.

* Tahini contains compounds that can protect your liver and kidneys from damage. These organs are responsible for removing toxins and waste from the body.

Recipe for two Ingredients: 400 g frozen wok vegetables 8 almond balls ( you can find the recipe from clicking here) 55 g rice (dry matter) 100 ml of oat milk 1 tablespoon tahini 1 tablespoon full lemon pepper 1 tablespoon nutritional yeast 1 teaspoon turmeric 1/2 teaspoon black salt Preparation: To start, wash the rice under running water. Then put half a cup of rice and a cup of water in a pot. Bring the pot to the boil on the stove. Boil the rice for 10 minutes. Turn off the stove and place the lid on the pot. Let the rice simmer for 10-15 minutes. At the same time, take the frozen vegetables from the refrigerator. Heat the pan on the stove and add the vegetables to the pan. Stir vegetables occasionally and cook for 15 minutes. Add half a teaspoon of salt to the cooked rice and mix with a fork. When mixed with a fork, the rice becomes fluffier. Put the rice to cool in a separate container.

When the vegetables are cooked through, take the food processor. Place the vegetables, tahini, lemon pepper, turmeric, almond milk and yeast in the food processor. Puree until you get a beautiful golden yellow sauce. Wash the pan and fry the almond balls. It takes up to 5 minutes. Don't forget to turn them from time to time. When the almond balls, rice and sauce are ready then start serving. Take a plate and place the rice on one side. Add the sauce and almond balls. Garnish with coriander leaves. If you like spicy sauces, shake the cayanne pepper on to it. Nutritious dinner with a companion. Bon Appetit!

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