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Turkey Salad with Spinach and Strawberries

Turkey Salad with Spinach and Strawberries

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Meat is not just a treat: with this light and fresh turkey salad you are perfectly equipped for a summer day. {“@context”:”http:\/\/schema.org\/”,”@type”:”Recipe”,”name”:”Turkey Salad with Spinach and Strawberries”,”author”:{“@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Sofie Jaeger”},”datePublished”:”2021-06-12 16:49:00″,”image”:”https:\/\/www.eggandplant.ch\/wp-content\/uploads\/2020\/05\/Poulet_Receipe_ready.jpg”,”description”:””,”recipeYield”:”2 portions”,”recipeIngredient”:[“150 g …

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Parsley couscous salad

Parsley couscous salad

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Today we have a parsley recipe from Arabic cuisine for you – the parsley couscous salad is also very good to take as a lunch bag for spring hikes.

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Asparagus salad with oranges and chervil

Asparagus salad with oranges and chervil

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White asparagus is usually eaten savoury, but have you ever combined asparagus with fruit? The subtle bitter note combines wonderfully with the fresh sweetness of oranges.

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Asparagus stuffed sweet potatoes

Asparagus stuffed sweet potatoes

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It’s finally asparagus season in Switzerland again! We look forward to it every year because we enjoy the taste of it. Asparagus can be used in so many different ways in …

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Corn Cob Party

Corn Cob Party

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Thanks to the starch it contains, corn is not only processed in the food industry but is also used as a renewable raw material for the production of bio-based plastics. But today we want to take care of the culinary side of corn.

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Thai Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup

Thai Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup

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Winter is almost here, and my favorite part about this time of year is the festive season, and all the feasting and merriment that comes with it! With all the feasting …

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