Organic Recipes – Porridge, Chicken Broth and Herb Pesto

If you are looking for some simple and organic recipes, check out these delicious finds!

Warm Buckwheat & Chia Porridge

To make the buckwheat and chia porridge, first soak one cup of buckwheat overnight to prepare for this delicious and nutritious porridge. The next morning drain and rinse the buckwheat and place it into a saucepan with water and let it boil gently. Lower the heat once boiled and reduce to a simmer until the buckwheat has mostly absorbed the water.

Add a ¾ cup of organic milk, one teaspoon of vanilla extract, honey and two tablespoons of chia seeds. Stir the pot well and let it rest for a while until the chia seeds have absorbed all of the moisture. Serve with fresh seasonal organic fruits of your choice and enjoy a tasty bowl of this Chia Porridge.

Slow Cooked Roast Chicken & Broth

To prepare this delicious recipe and roast chook, start by using a knife to create slices of lemon and place them in the chicken’s cavity together with fresh herbs like rosemary and thyme. Put two tablespoons of grass-fed butter into the bottom of a slow cooker and place the chicken on top. Don’t forget to salt the chicken before you begin and be sure to slow cook the chicken for four to eight hours, or until it’s cooked nicely.

To make the tasty chicken broth, shred the meat from the bones and place the bones back in the slow cooker. Add a cup of water to the pot along with all the juices from the chicken, being sure to use just enough water to cover everything. Add one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and two bay leaves and place the lid back on. Cook the broth over low heat for 12 hours. Serve warm with slices of fresh organic bread.

Herb Pesto

Herb pesto makes for a great tasting sauce perfect for winter pasta dishes. It also tastes great with fried fish, grilled salmon, or taco shell snacks. To make the herb pesto simply prepare two large peeled garlic cloves, one cup of spinach, a half cup of basil, a half cup of parsley, ¼ cup of dill or any other fresh organic herb of your choice, ¼ cup of olive oil, ¼ cup of cashews, ¼ cup of macadamia nuts, plus salt and pepper to taste.

Using your food processor, mix all of the above ingredients together to make a smooth paste. If you don’t have an electric processor at home, you can also use a traditional mortar and pestle. Once done place your herb pesto paste into a glass jar and store in the fridge until needed.

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