Vegan Rhubarb and White Asparagus Tartar Dome with Wild Garlic 🌱

It’s been a while since I participated in a food challenged. And today, I revive my food challenge participation by killing two birds with one stone and submitting a dish to both Foodblogs Schweiz’s and Anna’s challenges featuring seasonal produce. Foodblogs Schweiz uses rhubarb, strawberries, peppermint, lettuce, tomatoes and asparagus. Anna‘s food basket contains rhubarb,…

Vegan Lentil Salad with Green Asparagus, Cucumber and Chives 🌱

Do you shop your groceries in a store or do you prefer to order online? Most of the time, I order online, even though I usually miss the local produce. With MagicTomato that has changed. And as a bonus, the local produce is available in ecological quality and is delivered within the day. What more…

Vegan Faux Lox Lolly 🌱

What does salmon and carrots have in common? Correct! Both can be transformed into a heavenly smoked deliciousness. The latter is even vegan. In the Bernese Highlands, the company Wild Foods refines regional and organic produce with an impressive result. A must try for all lox lovers, who feel strongly about sustainability. I decided to…

Vegan Magenta Food 🌱

When I saw that lovely Lim organized a one color food challenge on Instagram, I couldn’t resist participating. Lim had one ask for me – to create a purple dish. Obviously, I wanted to comply. My contribution has the color magenta – a shade of purple (I checked!). Chokeberry jelly: Mix 250 ml chokeberry juice…

Vegan Carrot Cake 🌱

Today, the culinary journey through Sofia‘s vegan cookbook “Little Vegan Artisan” ends. At least, for now. Like every meal, this journey will end with something sweet. Cake: Mix 50 g oat meal, 25 g ground almonds, 25 g ground hazelnuts, 25 g whole-wheat spelt flour, 45 g coconut blossom sugar and 1 tsp baking powder….

Vegan Roasted Cauliflower with Buckwheat Salad and Butter Bean Purée 🌱

In my last post, I introduced you to Sofia‘s vegan cookbook “Little Vegan Artisan” and presented my take on a recipe of hers. Today, I’ll continue the exciting journey through her book and share another of her dishes with you. Well, my version thereof to be more precise. Roasted cauliflower: Divide the cauliflower into bouquets….

Vegan New Year’s Apéro 🌱

A few more hours until 2021 is rung in. I look forward to the new year and the interesting culinary encounters. At the same time, I’m grateful for the past year – for the many kind comments, the endless support and the constructive cooperations. I will end my blogger year with a cooperation with Knecker….

Vegan Vol-au-Vent with Creamy Mushrooms 🌱

It’s Christmas time all over the world, and Christmas here at home. And Thursday. Which means another episode of Swiss Food Discovery. Today, I have the honor to present a dish my in-laws served at Christmas for many years. Well, my vegan version thereof, obviously. Så riktig god jul ✨ Feliz natal ✨ Shenoraavor Nor…

Vegan Rispor 🌱

Today, I’m super excited to be cooking for Across Kitchen Lines together with Tarun Sehgal. I’ve prepared a very traditional Swiss dish from the canton of Uri featuring rice and leek. As always, I veganized it and plated it à la Heidi. Risotto: Toast Riso Venere. Add an equal amount of finely chopped leek and…

Make it Pink – Vegan Edition 🌱

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to the motto Make it Pink, I share a culinary creation all in pink with you. Simultaneously, it’s my contribution to promote breast cancer awareness. Beetroot mousse: Peel boiled beetroot, taste with freshly grated horseradish and fleur de sel and add an equal part of soy cream. Blend…

Vegan Fall Treasures 🌱

I love fall with all its treasures. Chestnuts. Pumpkin. Apple. Beetroot. And mushrooms. That’s what you’ll find in my contribution for the October food challenge hosted by Foodblogs Schweiz. Well, that and a creamy Oatotto. Who else is for team Fall? Oatotto: Roast 200 ml whole oat until golden. Add a finely chopped shallot and…

Vegan Quince Curry 🌱

Remember my last post featuring quince and my promise to present something savory? Well, those weren’t empty words: Today, I’ll share one of my all time favorite curries with you. An aromatic quince curry with roasted cauliflower, sweet red Jasmine rice and a mellow Daal. How do you like your quince – sweet or savory?…

Vegan Apples with Beans 🌱

When the farmers‘ market gives you wonderful purple beans and you get homegrown apples from your dear neighbors, this culinary creation in complementary colors is born. Bean purée: Blend boiled kidney beans. Taste with fleur de sel and a couple of drops liquid smoke. Apple sauce deluxe: Peel and seed apples. Simmer them in some…

Vegan Cauliflower Fungus 🌱

Cauliflower fungus — that’s the name of the protagonist of my latest culinary creation. It’s somewhat of diva accompanied by its very own entourage consisting of a spider, a bug, some snails and and a whole bunch of pine needles. Eventually, it ended up on a plate — without its pals, but together with black…

Vegan Ratatouille Spehere

One of the perks of spending the summer holidays in one of the most fruitful regions of the country — Seeland — is the infinite access to local produce of excellent quality. This plant-based dish summarizes the diversity of all those beautiful regional veggies. Ratatouille spehere: Sauté chopped onion, bell pepper, aubergine, carrot, squash and…

Vegan Melon Salad 🌱

On a hot summer day, melons are probably the best hydrating foods out there. Additionally, they are a great source of potassium. Perfect on a day like today. Salad: Thinly slice peeled and seeded watermelon, Cantaloupe and Galia melon as well as cleaned cucumber. I used a mandoline. I lightly salted the cucumber to make…

Vegan Ceviche 🌱

One of my favorite vegan starters has to be faux ceviche. It’s light and zingy and fruity and tangy. All at the same time. This dish really makes your taste buds pop. And best of all, it’s foolproof. Ceviche: Peel, stone and quarter 4-5 lychees per serving. If fresh lychees aren’t available, you can substitute…

Vegan Strawberry and Watermelon Gazpacho 🌱

Berries – that’s the brief for Lim’s summer challenge. I decided to turn sun-kissed strawberries and raspberries into a chilled soup inspired by the delicious Spanish signature dish. Gazpacho: Blend equal parts of strawberries, watermelon and cherry tomatoes, purple onion and garlic as well as lime juice, fleur de sel and chili to your liking….

Vegan Enchanted Forest 🌱

Remember the monthly food challenge hosted by Food Blogs Schweiz? It’s been a while since I participated last time. Mainly because the brief didn’t correspond with me. This month’s brief – BBQ – does and I decided to give it a go. For this vegan treat, I grilled green asparagus, button mushrooms and lemon and…

Vegan Sunflower Seed Spread 🌱

Cashew nuts are a popular basis for a variety of vegan cheese options. Even though I appreciate the taste and consistency of these plant-based products, I quite miss the local touch. Sunflower seeds are just the perfect alternative. Sunflower seed spread: Cover 100 g sunflower seeds with boiling water and let them sit for a…

Vegan Cream of Morel Mushrooms Soup 🌱

Today, I’m in the kitchen for the Swiss Food Discovery project hosted by lovely Silvie from Citronelle and Cardamome again. The dish I’m presenting is a traditional cream of morel mushroom soup. Well, a vegan version thereof. Wild morel mushrooms can be forged as we speak in the Rigi region and in the canton of…

Vegan Veggie Strudel 🌱

Spring on a plate – that’s how I’d like to describe this dish. Mellow green tones with white and lilac accents. Season veggies served steamed, raw and seared. A combination of crunchy and soft, crisp and silky. A wonderful marriage of tastes and textures. Veggies strudel: Clean and finely chop equal parts of green asparagus,…

Vegan Asparagus Mousse with Stewed Rhubarb and Fresh Strawberries 🌱

Parenthood is filled with sweet and salty moments: laughter, love, concern and sometime despair. This dish – in honor of Mother’s Day – is very much like that. Sweet and savory at the same time. Asparagus mousse: Peel and chop white asparagus. Taste with vanilla extract and fleur de sel. Simmer until soft. Blend until…

Vegan Faux Egg Stew 🌱

Do you still have leftover boiled eggs from Easter? Have you run out of ideas as to how to incorporate them into a dish? Good news, because I have the solution for you. Peel them, halve them and serve them in a stew. In Emmental – a valley in my home canton – boiled eggs…