Bye bye 2016 & Welcome 2017:-) I wish you all a wonderful 2017 with much happiness, love, health and all you want for yourself. Hopefully you celebrated a happy New Year’s Eve with your favourites and started in a best possible way in the new year.
“New year, new happiness” & “The good intentions”
Soon after we passed Christmas time and digested all those delicacies we already work on how to burn off those excess calories.
At least in the planning stage in terms of good intentions. During Christmas time I always take more food than is good for me. Always with the same apologises:
“Next year I will eat much healthier in any case and due to this the calories will burn almost solely…. By the way in spring I’m gonna lent anyway.”
You certainly know about those intentions and its realization. For my part I want to eat more fresh fruit and vegetables. For this reason I have made up some delicious and healthy new recipes.
Our customers often ask for new kefir recipes because some people are pretty bored enjoying pure milk kefir made with real active kefir grains.
To support your good intentions at least with regard to a healthy nutrition I want to show you how to make coconut melon kefir curd.
For this delicous kefir recipe you need the following:
- 150 ml real organic milk kefir made from active kefir grains ( scoby ) – Click here for organic kefir
- 50g coconut flakes
- 1 honey melon
- 1/2 lemon
- 100g low fat curd (quark)
- 2 EL maple syrup*
Do have all ingredients?
This is the way it is made:
- Bisect the melon, core it and cut it into small pieces
Take a beautiful ripe honey melon, remove the kernels and cute the fruit pulp into bite-sized pieces.
- Add kefir and low fat curd to the melon
In this recipe I decided to take a mixture of kefir and low fat quark. In this way you will get a beautiful firm consistency. You can, of course, replace the low fat curd of this recipe with kefir made from your kefir mushrooms. If you want to know how to make really firm and viscous kefir please click here.
As another alternative for kefir you can use self-made natural yoghurt.
- Fold in coconut flakes
In best case there are some coconut flakes left from Christmas. In this recipe I decided to use normal coconut flakes although I prefer the fried variant. I you prefer fried coconut flakes as well you can refine this recipes with those ones. For this you just have to fry it in a pan until golden brown.
- Add some maple syrup and a half lemon to round off the taste. This ingredients give the kefir recipe a special taste. Maple syrup is available in different flavours.
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|A||A – Medium Amber||Light||light (amber)||mild-aromatic|
|B||A – Dark Amber||Medium||medium (amber)||strong|
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5. Depending on your personal taste you can, of course, spice it individually with syrup and lemon juice.
Mix it all and enjoy your meal!
Bisect the melon, core it and cut it into small pieces Add kefir and low fat curd to the melon Fold in coconut flakes Add some maple syrup and a half lemon to round off the taste Depending on your personal taste you can, of course, spice it individually with syrup and lemon juice Mix it all
Sweet and sour tasty Coco Melon Kefir Curd
Bisect the melon, core it and cut it into small pieces
Add kefir and low fat curd to the melon
Fold in coconut flakes
Add some maple syrup and a half lemon to round off the taste
Depending on your personal taste you can, of course, spice it individually with syrup and lemon juice
Mix it all
I like this healthy kefir recipe. The mixture of sweet honey melon and maple syrup and sour lemon and kefir makes this meal very special. PS: It is up to you whether the kefir is mild or sour!!! For more information click here.
Have a lot of fun and success with cooking the recipe. I’m looking forward to your opinion about this milk kefir recipe.
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