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The Nutritionist Maroussia Sampsidis, Aka Sisterhood Nutrition, reveals her vegan, super easy and very fast recipe, of Georgian Shish Kebabs. The ideal option for large summer tables.
"Shish Kebabs, or MTSVADI in Georgia, are a typical dish that you eat throughout the year, but more particularly in summer." Announcement from the outset Maroussia Sampsidis , the nutritionist and health coach behind Sisterhood Nutrition . "You could even say that this is a Georgian version of the barbecue. To offer more variety, I wanted to try its vegan alternative, while keeping the flavors of my childhood. I love this dish because it is friendly, summer and festive. ”
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© supplied by Vogue Maroussia Sampsidis, the nutritionist and Health Coach behind Sisterhood Nutrition
We will never repeat it enough, the secret of a pretty skin and good health, lies in a balanced diet. And for good reason: skin health and intestinal health are closely linked. Thus, to cultivate our intestinal flora, we must eat a wide variety of plants, rich in pro and prebiotics. This is precisely what this recipe brings, built around the tempeh, loaded with vegetables, spices and fresh herbs.
These skewers also allow you to fill up on antioxidants, vitamin C, B6, B9, K and A. Vitamin C, among others, can boost our immunity, and is necessary for growth, development and repair of all the fabrics of the body. It also stimulates collagen production. In addition, being rich in fiber and protein, these skewers are good for promoting fullness and satiety - and save us from snacking throughout the day.
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The vegan recipe for templeh and vegetable shish kebabs, with georgian flavors, sisterhood nutrition supplied by vogue ingredients for 10 skewers:
1 teaspoon of chili powder 1 teaspoon Coriander in powder 1/2 teaspoon of fenugreek powder 2 cloves of garlic, degermed and pressed 1 handful of fresh coriander, chopped the juice of a lemon 60 ml of extra virgin olive oil for skewers: 1 red onion, cut into district 1 zucchini, trench in half moon 2 peppers, hollowed out and cut in large dice 1 small eggplant, trench in half moon 300g of tempeh, cut in cube
to serve: my wraps rich in fiber and without Gluten
Granada seeds Fresh Coriander Molasses of Granada or Georgian plum sauce (Tkemali) supplied by Vogue The preparation
Mix all the ingredients of the marinade in a large bowl, and add the cut vegetables and the tempeh. Mix well so that each piece is covered with marinade. Cover the bowl, and let the preparation marinate in the fridge for a minimum hour, or even better, all night. Preheat your oven to 200 ° C in Grill mode. To prepare the skewers, put on the vegetables and the templeh on skewers by alternating them (if you use bamboo sticks soak them well for 20 minutes upstream). Place the skewers on a baking sheet and put it in the oven. After 10 minutes, turn the skewers over, and cook them for an additional 10 minutes. You can obviously cook the skewers on the barbecue! Enjoy the skewers with gluten -free wraps and covered with pomegranate seeds, fresh coriander, grenade or tkemali molasse. © supplied by Vogue
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