This recipe is quite not conventional but truly damn good, satisfying and Gluten-Free as I’ve used buckwheat flour. It opens a whole new world for cookie making, naturally flavouring the biscuit with a light hazelnut taste and a perfect crumbly texture, crispy outside and softer inside. Buckwheat has plenty of health benefits more than being Gluten-Free including improved digestion, low calories or diminishing diabetes risks.Buckwheat Chocolate Chunks Cookies — Scallionist
I have been blessed with an abundance of homegrown, organic figs from my parents and grandparents this Summer, with plenty more to come. They are not only delicious but high in fibre and a source of potassium, calcium, magnesium and iron. I also used organic buckwheat flour, unhulled tahini and hemp seeds in this recipe as I love the nutty flavour and nutritional benefits including being good sources of complex carbohydrates, complete protein sources, omega 3 and 6 and fibre. […]Fig, tahini and buckwheat muffins (GF) — moments of di
When I was young (er), we’d eat buckwheat plain, maybe with a piece of meat and sauce, like beef rolls. In recent years, I see it making somewhat of a comeback in Polish cooking. It is being used in salads, stuffing, pierogi or a new dish to me, called “kaszotto” (a Polish version of risotto, which I will also […]
So today I have a recipe for buckwheat pancakes for you. My basic recipe for sweet vegan crêpes will follow soon, which we also have almost weekly. This time around I made the pancakes with buckwheat flour only, but you can mix it well with another flour like spelt flour.
Buckwheat is naturally free of gluten because it’s not a grain, but a polygonaceous plant and is even related to rhubarb. It’s a powerhouse of nutrients and provides a high content of fiber and protein. The grains contain three times as much lysine as most other cereals – this essential protein provides strong bones among other things. In addition buckwheat contains plenty of vitamin E and B1 or B2, minerals such as potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium as well as silicic acid, which is very important for skin and hair.
This dish is super simple to make, but an absolute bomb. It’s also a great way to use up any leftovers, especially if you have some precooked buckwheat lying around. You could basically do this with any other grain as well. The casserole itself is very filling and satisfying and can also be prepared in […]
I find it difficult to get a good gluten-free bread, even if nowadays you find many products in supermarket. Then, I always prefer a home-made bread rather than buying a ready product. I also like combining all purpose gluten-free flour with buckwheat, quinoa or millet flour, so you add other important minerals into your nutrition. Today […]
Throughout the last year I have tried quite a lot of different ways of eating. After I have been diagnosed with Acid Reflux last year, I had quite some issues with digesting most of the Food I ate. I had several Check-ups at several different doctors and after I ate low carb for 4 weeks […]