This taboulé salad of grainy couscous with crunchy cucumbers and tomatoes tastes wonderfully fresh in spring. Plenty of mint and parsley add a particularly fine aromatic note. Tabbouleh salat with cucumber and tomatoes Print Recipe Rezept drucken Tabbouleh salat with cucumber and tomatoes Rezept drucken Print Recipe Servings 4 Servings 4 Ingredients 150 g Couscous200
What a wonderfully creamy vegan porridge made from nutritious millet cooked in almond milk, fruity and spicy refined with figs and sugar beet syrup. Crunchy chia seeds on top provide a chrunchy bite. Veganes Hirse-Porridge mit Feigen und Chia-Samen Print Recipe Rezept drucken Veganes Hirse-Porridge mit Feigen und Chia-Samen Rezept drucken Print Recipe Servings 4
Golden millet and crunchy roasted chickpeas combine with fresh young spinach and sun-dried tomatoes in this bowl for a tender yet crunchy eating experience packed with vitamins and plant-based protein. Hirse Bowl mit jungem Spinat und Kichererbsen-Crunch Print Recipe Rezept drucken Hirse Bowl mit jungem Spinat und Kichererbsen-Crunch Rezept drucken Print Recipe Servings 4 Servings
The fresh green is a real eye-catcher. Green peas pimp this hummus with a particularly tangy flavor and plenty of plant protein power. Green pea hummus Print Recipe Rezept drucken Green pea hummus Rezept drucken Print Recipe Servings 4 Servings 4 Ingredients 500 g green peas frozen1 organic lemon1 clove of garlic80 g tahini40 ml
Clean eating is very popular right now. More and more people want to eat more natural, less processed food. In this interview, our nutritionist Ulrike Moessner explains why clean eating is so important to so many people and how Aramark’s foodboost program can help you to eat more natural food.
Proteins help you build muscle and give you power. But the only way to get the ultimate protein boost is by cleverly combining different proteins. Nutritionist Hanna Abelein will reveal how you can get more out of less protein and why clever combinations of protein-rich foods are more successful.
Build on proteins! Because as one of the three main nutrient groups (along with carbohydrates and fats), proteins play an important role as the vital building blocks of your body. We need proteins for all of our organs and tissues and to build up muscles. They also keep us full and satisfied for longer.