Laksa (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb)

Laksa (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb)

Happy Monday, everyone! I’m sorry I haven’t posted a recipe in weeks, but my website actually underwent some serious issues and I wasn’t even able to log in. However, everything should be back to normal and I’m happy to share some recipes and travel tips with you again, starting with one of my current favourites – Laksa (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb).

I would like to say that I’m posting a soup recipe because it’s winter and it’s cold and soup is a perfect dish for this weather. That’s the right introduction, isn’t it? But well, that would be a lie. It is indeed winter in Australia right now. But it’s definitely not cold. I actually can’t believe how lucky we are here in Queensland with the weather. It is mostly sunny (Sunshine state?) and the temperature hardly goes bellow 18 °C. Crazy, right? So this is me, posting a recipe for Laksa (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb) simply because I like soups. Because I think that any weather is soup weather.  Continue reading

Super Greens Soup (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb)

Super Greens Soup (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb)

It feels like I haven’t posted a recipe for soup for ages. And since I am a true soup lover, this is something I have to fix immediately. So here is a recipe for Super Greens Soup (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb) we had for breakfast the other day. Yes, you read that right. Soup for breakfast. Boom.

Because what’s easier to digest in the early morning than a nice bowl of warm healthy soup? Not that we wake up early. That would probably kill me. But I like to have a soup for breakfast anyway. It’s ready to go, so there is no hastle about not having time for a healthy breakfast. And you can just load with all the good stuff you can imagine. Like the Super Greens Soup (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb).

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Pho Ga With Zucchini Noodles

Pho Ga With Zucchini Noodles

Happy Monday people! I know, it’s a bit rainy here in Brisbane, not very happy. But I’ve got the solution. Because what can cheer you up better than a good hot soup on a rainy day? And if you follow my Instagram a bit, you will notice that I started a new little Monday tradition. Because the beginning of the week is usually when we have our days off. And as much as we both love cooking at home and working in hospitality, sometimes we like to relax a little from both and go out for lunch or dinner. We are still humans, right? Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that all of this and our love of Asian cuisine combined with my obsession with soups led to a thing I started called #phomonday.

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Super Easy Leek And Sweet Potato Soup

Super Easy Leek And Sweet Potato Soup

It looks like winter might be finally coming to Brisbane. After a long time we woke up to a cold and rainy day today. Well, the temperatures are still similar to an average summer in Czech Republic, so it’s not that bad. And not that I like it, but I guess we need the rain every now and then. And finally the cooler weather is a good excuse for me to cook more soups. So I’m gonna start the winter season with this Super Easy Leek And Sweet Potato Soup.

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Tom Kha Gai (Thai Chicken Soup With Coconut Milk)

Tom Kha Gai (Thai Chicken Soup With Coconut Milk)

I always loved to try new meals and ingredients when possible. But it wasn’t so easy at all the times. Just so you know, I am from a small Czech town with 7000 residents, where the new is not accepted so easily sometimes. Just for example, apart from Czech restaurants, we have one Chinese restaurant and few pizza places in my hometown. And that’s as far as the curiosity of new things can get. I believe that these days it might be better and the young people are more open to the new flavours. But it will probably still take some time before the food mentality changes here.

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Sauerkraut Soup with Klobasa (Paprika Sausage)

Sauerkraut Soup with Klobasa (Paprika Sausage)

This recipe shows my (paleo friendly) version of one Eastern classic – savory Sauerkraut Soup with Klobasa (Paprika Sausage). This rich soup is a fixed star in the kitchens of Middle and Eastern Europe. Yet it has many forms as every Slavic country has their own interpretation of it and almost every family carries their own unique recipe.

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