Cabbage Karma cauliflower steaks

CABBAGE KARMA is an elegant organic spice blend for cabbage and other leafy vegetable dishes. In collaboration with Ditte Ingemann - Danish cookbook writer, food critic, blogger and most of all, leafy greens lover - we have developed this unique blend consisting of coriander seeds infused in orange oil with fennel seeds, sumac, black pepper and lemon thyme. CAULIFLOWER VEGGIE STEAKS WITH BROWN BUTTER

Cabbage Karma Kale Salad

KALE SALAD WITH APPLES, 4 PEOPLE This salad brightens any meal and goes perfectly with pork chops or stews. Pomegranate can be bought in most major supermarkets, and besides having beautiful, edible red gems, also freshens the salad with its sweet and sour taste. INGREDIENTS: 300 g kale 2 apples 1 pomegranate Dressing: 4 tablespoons olive oil juice from 1 lime zest from 1 organic

Spicy Brussels sprouts with Cabbage Karma and coriander

Even if the mention of Brussels sprouts does not send a 'yum' signal to your brain, we suggest you give this salad a try anyway! Brussels sprouts have a mild leafy taste and when prepared well, embrace the flavours of the spices you add. Also consider that Brussels sprouts contain a lot of beneficial vitamins and minerals, not to mention dietary fiber and protein.

Cabbage Kraut with apples

Kraut is fermented cabbage with other vegetables. The most important thing when making kraut is to keep cabbage as the main ingredient, as it has a high natural content of lactic acid bacteria. The rule of thumb is to use at least 75% cabbage and 25% other vegetables, if desired. There are very many great things to say about fermented food, among other things,

Rasta Pasta Mill & Mortar style

Rasta Pasta is a Mill & Mortar spice mix with a warm, complex base and notes of lemon thyme, garlic and paprika. We have let ourselves get inspired by the Caribbean's colours and flavours to create a blend that takes pasta to new heights - for both children and grown-ups to enjoy!This versatile dish can be made with a variety of different vegetables, so let

Danish mazarin pie with marinated flowers – Cake Factor

Cake blogger and cookbook writer Ditte Julie of Danish television series ‘Den store Bagedyst’ fame, in collaboration with Mill & Mortar, has developed an organic spice blend for cakes and desserts with fruit and berries. Last spring, Ditte Julie addressed us with an idea of ​​a spice mixture that would work wonders in the sweet kitchen. And that's how CAKE FACTOR was born. CAKE

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