This is my very first time referencing Berlin-based Zucker & Jagdwurst. I don't think it will be the last.
We're killing it on the iron front two days in a row now. A bowl should get you about 30-35% of your daily recommended value (DRV), which is close to what you get in a steak. And fiber? Oh we got fiber -- roughly 50% your DRV.
Something to look out for: potassium. Potassium-rich diets are not great for a lot of people managing chronic kidney disorders. Always check nutritional facts on your own and see if a recipe works for you.
Recipe by Zucker & Jagdwurst | Serves: 4 bowls | Time: 30 min
1 lb #potatoes, peeled and cut into 1 inch cubes
1 onion, chopped
1 garlic clove, minced
5 tbsp vegetable oil
14 oz #spinach
10 oz #peas
1 tsp dried mint
4 cups veggie broth
2/3 cup coconut milk, additional for garnish
Salt, pepper, and ground nutmeg
Heat 3 tbsp oil in a big pot and brown 1/2 of the coarsely chopped potatoes. Add onion and garlic and heat for another 2 minutes. Season well with salt and pepper.
Add peas, mint leaves, and veggie stock. Mix well and bring to the boil.
Add spinach leaves and let simmer for 10 - 15 minutes until potatoes are soft.
Transfer to a blender. Blend until smooth, add coconut milk, stir well and season again with salt, pepper and ground nutmeg. Return soup to heat, and maintain the minimum temperature required for keeping soup hot.
Fry the remaining potato cubes in a pan with 2 tbsp oil until they turn soft and brown. Season well with salt and pepper.
Serve soup with potato cubes, mint, and a dash of coconut milk.
What I ate and drank today
2 cups of coffee
5 glasses of water (gonna aim for at least one more glass before bedtime)
2 glasses of red wine
Peanut butter hummus toast with cranberries, banana chips & black sesame seeds
Handful of Wheat Thins with reduced fat peanut butter
2 bowls of spinach soup
~15 min of strength training (arms & core)
~3 miles of walking