(english) Bring the rainbow on your table!

I was looking for information for one of my posts, I have found this article: “Mood and food: how food affects mood” I found it full of interesting curiosities and so I wanted to share it with you. “…… Foods affect moods and emotions more than you image because there is a direct link between food and mind …… vitamins, dietary fat, proteins & co, in fact, directly affect the chemistry of the brain, and if you choose the right foods, you put in motion a pull of neurotransmitters and hormones that give support your mood …. “. So…. foods and substances for everyone and not only … for all moods: Zinc and omega 3 if you feel depressed, too much sugar produce anger, potage and warm soups if you need some cuddle, the favorite foods of childhood if you need to be reassured. I guess it’s what all cooking lovers, wellness and healthy food feel and think about food. Continue reading “(english) Bring the rainbow on your table!”

(english) Chicken fajitas

They are ideal for an evening with friends,for a spring dinner,to have a meal in total relaxation.┬áEveryone prepare his own wrap and it becomes a fun way to prepare food. A single course that is not too caloric if you choose the right ingredients ­čśë The tortilla (not to be confused with the spanish tortilla) is one of the typical dishes of ┬áthe Mexican cuisine and it is the basis for many different recipes: enchiladas, chilaquiles quesadillas, tacos, fajitas. The name depends on the filling and how they are folded. They are commonly made┬áfrom maize flour but they can be made also from wheat flour (tortilla de harina or tortilla de trigo) and┬áplaced on a hot griddle (comal), and cooked on both sides.

Ingredients: (about 4/5 tortillas) Continue reading “(english) Chicken fajitas”