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Homemade Cauliflower and Chickpea Curry.
Really simple and tasty.

Cut 1 large to medium cauliflower into florets. Put in pot and cover with water and boil. Take off straight away and drain.
Heat oil in a large saucepan over medium heat add onions, garlic and ginger and sauté for about 10 minutes. Add ground coriander, cumin, chilli flakes and some salt and pepper cook for another 5 minutes.
Add tomatoes with their juice and chickpeas. Then add cauliflower. Add some water to almost cover ingredients but not quite cover everything.simmer for 5 to 10 minutes.
Finally stir in garam masala and half a chopped coriander. Serve with Rice.

Serves 4-5 people

1 large Cauliflower
2 tablespoons of sunflower oil
3 chopped onions
4 cloves of garlic
1 teaspoon of grated ginger
2 teaspoons of ground ginger
2 teaspoons of ground cumin
1 large pinch of fried chilli flakes
1 x tin of tomatoes
1x tin of chickpeas
2 teaspoons of garam masala
1 x goof handful of chopped coriander
Sea salt and black pepper.

quinoa

Winter is upon us already!
Time to try some hearty and nutritious vegetable dishes with our organic polytunnel produce. Quinoa is high in protein and fibre and a great wheat-free alternative for hot meals.

Courgette Quinoa-
200g quinoa
4 large courgettes
2 large onions
2 table spoons rapeseed oil
Thyme leaves
3 garlic cloves
75g pine nuts
Flat leaf parsley to garnish.
Slice the courgette and onion and sauté in the rapeseed oil at medium heat. Add the thyme leaves and finely chopped garlic when the courgettes turn golden.
Rinse the quinoa well with cold water. Bring to the boil and simmer for 15 minutes. Drain well and add to the vegetables. Lightly toast the pine nuts and scatter over the dish. Chop the flat leaf parsley to garnish. Enjoy!

Sprouts

Sprouting in your own home is a real talking point at the moment!
Healthy living remains the buzz topic around Ireland right now, and sprouting your very own seeds on your kitchen counter top is another exciting way to join in. Your house guests will be fascinated to see your sprouts bursting with energy and nutrition, and growing as you speak.
The reasons and advantages are endless.
1. Get maximum nutrition with every meal or snack
2. Living foods right at your fingertips for breakfast, lunch and dinner
3. Save tens of euro per week
4. Add an attractive piece of kitchen furniture to your countertop
5. It’s so easy – just rinse each jar under the tap twice a day, at breakfast and dinner time
Did you know that Alfalfa is the only plant to contain the full range of vitamins A, B, B12, C, E, K. You can add these delicious sprouts to complete a tasty salad or pitta for lunch, or try mixing them with some vegetarian cous cous for a hearty warm dinner. Just like picking fresh veggies from your back garden, these sprouts are even more nutritious as they are still living and packed with energy.
Mung beans are a super vegetarian source of protein. Sprinkle a handful over your soup or salad or mix them through mashed potato. You won’t believe how full and satisfied you will feel after eating them. They are a popular choice for people who are trying to lower cholesterol or limit their dietary intake of meat.
Drop into us at Greenvalu or give us a call to find out more on how to get set up for growing your own sprouts. We have everything you need in stock now!

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Ever tried baked Marrow. Marrow are low in calories with no fat or cholesterol also high in dietary fibre vitamin A & C with iron and calcium. Recipe : Fry off some Onion, Garlic, Green beans and organic tomatoes on the pan for about 10 minutes. Scoop out the seeds of the marrow and pour contents above into the marrow. Bake in the over for 35 minutes. Put some Parmesan cheese on top and bake for 5 minutes. Serve with some dill on Top Enjoy!

Health

Did you know you can do a healthy living workshop at our premises in Tallaght , Dublin 24 . Our workshops take place once a month and are always held on a Saturday. The next available one is on Saturday 18th October from 10 am to 3 pm. Workshops are a great way to learn more skills and get qualified information about juicing , diet and healthy living. We have been running these workshops at Greenvalu for over 2 years now with great success. We hope to see you at one soon.

 

 

 

 

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