{vegan & love} Avocado and zucchini hearts on tomato sauce with mint potatoes. Today I'll make the main course for a romantic dinner.

Avocado Zuchhini Hearts on Tomatoes with Mint Potatoes #recipe #gourmet guerrilla #romantic dinners #vegan Absolutely tricky Romantic dinners are that they almost never run as they are imagined: two relaxed people, an exquisite, multi-course meal, deep glances, sparkling wine, sparkling entertainment and that certain crackle in the air. It almost seems as if the romance would immediately turn around on the heel and disappear again, as soon as one even casually thinks "Today I'll have a romantic dinner." In addition, this capricious creature also reacts extremely allergic to screaming toddlers. No, for all these reasons I'm not really a big fan of this planned romance. Too unpredictable, too fleeting, too frustrating.


Three blogs were asked to come up with a romantic dinner together. Herb | Head was supposed to take care of the appetizer, Nicest Things was the dessert-fairy, and I should grab the romance bag of tricks for the main course.

Captured, hanged. Romanticism at the touch of a button is difficult. I can only advise you to approach as relaxed and informal as possible to a romantic dinner and not to make the menu too sophisticated. Avoiding stress beforehand is actually the biggest secret for evening romantic togetherness. Oh yes, even more important: too complicated table decoration can lead among other things to embarrassing incidents. In order to be able to enjoy a full romantic after-dinner performance (or at least an average stimulated conversation), one should not plan any heavy or very greasy dishes. But cooking with heart and soul.

I am extremely convinced of the dedication of meals. The love and positive feelings that you invest in cooking in a dish are never in vain, but the best basis for a relaxed, delicious and satisfying meal. Alone, as a couple or as a family. And who knows ... maybe then the romance suddenly creeps into the action quite secretly, silently and quietly through the back door.

By the way, hearts on a plate can not hurt ...

Avocado Zuchhini heart on tomatoes with mint potatoes #recipe #gourmet guerrilla #romantic dinners #veganMint potatoes #recipe #gourmetguerilla #romantic_dinner #vegan

Here comes the recipe for 2 Romance-Willed: Avocado Zucchini Hearts on Tomato Mint with Mint Potatoes

Avocado and Zucchini Hearts on Tomato Mirrors
200 g Grate zucchini with shell. Split 1 ripe avocado , remove the kernel and lift out the pulp with a spoon. In a bowl, the courgettes, avocado, 6 tablespoons chickpea flour , 1 teaspoon salt , 1 chopped garlic clove , 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 tablespoons of pine nuts , 1 pinch of cinnamon , 2 tablespoons of fresh chopped cilantro leaves , 1 tablespoon of chopped mint leaves , 1 tablespoon olive oil and 2 tablespoons water to a dough. Lay a sheet of baking paper and preheat the oven to 180 ° C . Put 2 tablespoons of the dough in a heart shaped cookie cutter and press firmly. Carefully lift the cookie cutter. Repeat until the dough is used up. In the ovenServe with the mint potatoes.

Avocado Zuchhini hearts on tomatoes with mint potatoes #recipe #gourmet guerrilla #romantic dinners #vegan

Mint potatoes
Peel 400g potatoes and cut into bite sized pieces. Cook in salted water. In the meantime, 3-4 stalks of mint with 1 teaspoon of lemon juice , 1 teaspoon of honey , 1 teaspoon of olive oil , 1 fresh green chili pepper , 50 g ground almonds , 1 pinch of salt and puree 100 ml water . Drain the potatoes and mix hot with the mint sauce. Serve with sesame sprinkled

mint potatoes #recipe #gourmet guerrilla #romantic dinners #vegan

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