Witlof Salad w Lychees, Melon & Pumpkin Seed Dressing

Witlof Salad w Lychees, Melon & Pumpkin Seed Dressing
Belgian endive, chicory, witloof, witlof, they're all the same. I love its special slightly bitter flavour (more so at the base of the head), and how it therefore goes so well with sweeter ingredients like fruits, as well as nuts and seeds. Pumpkin seeds are high in zinc, and contain several different forms of vitamin E.
Cuisine: vegan
Recipe type: salad
Serves: 1
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You need
  • 1 head of witlof
  • 5 lychees
  • 1 hand of pistacchio nuts (measured with shell)
  • 10 small melon balls (Honeydew melon)
  • 1 tbsp of finely chopped dill
for the dressing:
  • 1 tbsp of pumpkin butter (store bought or home made)
  • 1 tbsp of lychee syrup from canned lychees (if you use fresh lychees and therefore don't have syrup, you could replace it with a little bit of diluted apple cordial)
To do
  1. mix the ingredients for the dressing
  2. finely slice the witlof, scoop the melon balls (if you don't have a melon baller, just cut small cubes)
  3. mix witlof, melon balls and the dill, top with dressing, serve :-)

 

Lychees w Minted Coconut Yoghurt & Hemp Seeds

Lychees w Minted Coconut Yoghurt & Hemp Seeds
Such a delightful combination of subtle flavours, just beautiful. Serve as dessert or breakfast, or whenever you fancy :-)
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Cuisine: vegan
Recipe type: breakfast, dessert, in-between
Serves: 1
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You need
  • 100 gr coconut yoghurt (I happened to use Pura Veda, which is pre-sweetened. If you have CoYo yoghurt, then fluff up with a bit of water and a few drops of stevia or raw agave nectar)
  • 6 lychees, halved
  • 2 large leaves of mint
  • 1 tsp hemp seeds (or more if you want)
To do
  1. chop up your mint and mix with the yoghurt
  2. place in a bowl, add lychees, and top with hemp seeds
Nutritional Information
Serving size: 1 Calories: 282 Fat: 22 Carbohydrates: 16 Protein: 5