These carrot and orange muffins are a healthy treat you can bring to your next picnic. They also make a great alternative to store-bought muffins and cakes. Keeping with Nutrition Australia’s Try For 5 campaign, this recipe can help you sneak in some carrots to your daily intake. Make sure you also try the purple sweet potato brownies recipe from last week. These muffins are free of gluten and added sugars. They do contain butter but you could use oil to make them completely dairy-free. The basic recipe does not call for any spices but you can add a pinch of any of all the following spices, which work well…
In Perú, chicken schnitzel = milanesa de pollo, which is different from the suprema de pollo because it’s made with a breast fillet instead of a leg/thigh fillet. I’ve always liked the milanesa better. The traditional way of eating it is with rice and chips. I prefer mine with mash, puré de espinaca (spinach mash) to be precise, a regular potato mash mixed with cooked spinach. For this recipe, I made a celeriac version that turned out great.