Fruits stories: Healthy Recipes
|In our book 'The World of Fruits' you will find the following
Healthy Recipes & Healthy Ideas
Toast with Cherries
Quick Baked Apples
Apples in a “Shawl”
Apples with Cottage Cheese and Lemon
Cottage Cheese with Grapes
Pear in currant puree
Pears with mountain cranberries
Dried fruit balls
Fruit souffle made of peaches, apricots, and bananas
“Winter's kiss” salad
Cheese Cake with pineapples and apples
FEIJOA (PINEAPPLE GUAVA)
Beetroot and guava salad
Guava and nut compote
PERSIMMON (SHARON FRUIT)
Sharon fruit and banana caviar
“Traffic light” salad
Pear and pomegranate dessert
Cheese souffle with peaches
KIWI (CHINESE GOOSEBERRY)
Kiwi salad with pomegranate seeds
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- 1 cup dates
- 1/2 cup nuts (any variety)
- 2 tbsp honey
Grind the nuts and mix with the honey. Slice open the dates, remove the stones, and stuff with the nut and honey mixture. Then cover with sweet wrappers.
- 1 cup of dates
- 1/2 cup of nuts (any variety)
- 1 apple
- 1 lemon
- 1/2 cup cream
Cut the dates into strips and grind the nuts. Grate the lemon rind, chop the apples, and mix all ingredients together with the cream.
- 2 whole oranges
- 1 tablespoon of honey
- 1 tablespoon of nuts
Mix together the honey and 1 tablespoon of water, and heat for one minute in a pan. Peel the oranges, cut them into slices, and place them on a plate. Sprinkle the ground nuts over the oranges, then cover with the honey mixture.
Mash together the olives, eggs and fish. Carefully slice off the top of the lemons and remove the insides. Add the flesh and seeds of the lemons to the mixture. Add the mayonnaise, parsley and salt to taste. Stuff the mixture inside the hollow lemons, and place them in a dish. Allow the stuffed lemons to cool in the refrigerator before serving
- 6 large lemons
- 30 olives (6 for decoration)
- 200g of boiled, filleted fish
- 3 hard boiled eggs
- Mayonnaise, parsley and salt to taste
1 kg pears
1 kg sugar
2 ? cups of water
1 whole lemon
Cut the pears in half and place in the boiling water for 10 minutes, before cooling them with cold water. Add the sugar to 2 ? cups of the boiling water, and cover the pears with this syrup for 3 hours. Then heat the mixture and boil for 5 minutes. Leave to stand for 5 hours. Repeat this process three times, or until the pears become transparent. Finally, add the lemon juice, remove the pears from the syrup, and dry them off in a warm oven.
Pears with mountain cranberries
2 whole pears
1 tablespoon of currants
1 tablespoon of mixed nuts
1 tablespoon of mountain cranberries
Wash the pears, and remove the cores, leaving the fruit intact. Mix together the currant, ground nuts and cranberries. Stuff the pears with the fruit and nut mixture. Bake for 30 minutes at 180 degrees.
All Healthy Recipes you will find in the book 'The World of Fruits'
This was fragment from the story about BANANA from the book on Healthy Food for kids: 'The World of Fruits', part I >>
For the Book II 'The World of Vegetables' visit project Talking Veggies: Vegetables-for-kids.com
For anyone interested in their child's well-being, “The Storyteller's Guide to Health” series is sure to be of value. Following each selection of delightful stories, games and activities you'll also find recipes for the vitamin-conscious kitchen. The recipes are simple, allowing children to prepare dishes themselves with only minimal supervision, and are also designed to preserve the largest possible share of vitamins and other nutrients in the final serving. Read fragments from our stories: fruits for children
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Illustration s by Svetlana Jijina.