Lemongrass infused Quinoa Soup (Tom Yum style)

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This recipe is based on one of my favorite Thai soups. During my last vacation in Thailand, my cousin took Mr. Superfoodista and me on a day trip to Ayutthaya, which is Thailand’s ancient capital. Just before the entrance to the town, there is this amazing restaurant, which is basically a huge, floating boat on the… 

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Carrot-Orange Soup with Basil Oil

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Citrus fruits are great for immunity and carrots are great to support a nice, natural tan. My Mr. Superfoodista loves the combination of them – but normally in juice form. Sometimes I make him a smoothie with his favorite ingredients on the weekends which makes him really happy. A few weeks back however, I came… 

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Coconut-Lemongrass Soup with Buckwheat Noodles (Tom Ka)

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This post is a small homage to my recent travel to Thailand. I was so lucky to be able to spend a few days after Christmas and the New Years Eve in Bangkok. It was a truly great trip and I had the chance to catch up with family and friends and also to get… 

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Pumpkin-Coconut Soup

Pumpkin-Coconut Soup

As its’ mid-September now, I thought it would be okay to start posting recipes that feature pumpkin. Pumpkin is a really great Superfood and I just love how it tastes!  I can actually eat pumpkin all year round, seriously And as mentioned, the good thing is that pumpkin is a real nutrition superstar, because it… 

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Peruvian Delights, Quinoa and Heights

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Last week, I had the chance to travel to Peru – for a trip that I have been dreaming of for a while – to Machu Picchu! I had announced it and spoken about some travel preparations I was doing in an earlier post. I was super excited for the trip, on one hand, because… 

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Soba Noodle Soup

Soba Noodle Soup

It took me literally less than 10 minutes to prepare this healthy dish and the other great thing about it is that it is also made out of ingredients that you can easily stock in your fridge and freezer and just take them out when you need them. The soup is inspired by the Japanese… 

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