Turmeric rice with coconut halloumi

Turmeric rice with coconut halloumi does not just sound like a heavenly meal. It’s also a well-balanced meal with valuable nutrients that will whip up any stressed belly. Turmeric, coconut, halloumi and rice soothe your stressed stomach and provide it with anti-inflammatory nutrients, proteins, fiber and fats. Exactly with those substances that our intestines need in everyday life.

LOW-HISTAMINE

 

LACTOSE-FREE

 

GLUTEN-FREE

 

LOW-FRUCTOSE

 

Turmeric rice with coconut halloumi does not just sound like a heavenly meal. It’s also a well-balanced meal with valuable nutrients that will whip up any stressed belly. Turmeric, coconut, halloumi and rice soothe your stressed stomach and provide it with anti-inflammatory nutrients, proteins, fiber and fats. Exactly with those substances that our intestines need in everyday life.

What can make rice better than turmeric? Turmeric acts as an adaptogen in the body and is anti-inflammatory, especially when combined with pepper. The pepper increases it’s bioactivity, so it’s able to function even more effectively. The halloumi cheese also provides proteins and healthy fats, which are essential for our digestion. Due to the manufacturing process of halloumi, the cheese is well tolerated by lactose or histamine intolerant patients. The halloumi cheese is complemented by a crispy-fried coconut and gives it an exotic touch. You do not like Halloumi? Then test this recipe with tofu.

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Preparation time in min: 30

 

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Calories per serving: 440

 

Ingredients (for 2 servings):

For the turmeric rice:

  • 150 g rice

  • 300 ml vegetable broth

  • 1 TL turmeric, grounded

  • 2 TL yellow mustard seeds

  • 1 TL ginger, grounded

  • Zest from a lemon

  • 5 leaves of kaffir lime

For the coconut halloumi:

  • 100 g halloumi cheese

  • 1 egg

  • Flour, glutenfree

  • 50 g coconut flakes

  • Vegetable oil

  • Fresh cress

Preparation:

  1. Toast all the spices for the turmeric rice briefly in a pot. Then add rice and kaffir lime leaves and pour in the vegetable broth. Simmer the rice for about 15 minutes over low heat until the water has evaporated.

  2. Cut the halloumi cheese into small pieces. Then turn evenly (in order) into flour, egg and coconut flakes.

  3. Heat coated pan with a little oil over medium heat. Roast the halloumi cheese golden brown from both sides. 

  4. Serve rice, halloumi and cress on a plate.

Bon Appetit!

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Frequently asked questions

I tried everything. But it is best not to eat at all. Do I take the strain off my gut?

In order to maintain an adequate supply of nutrients, to build up a rich microbiota as well as holistic health, a regular and symptom-oriented diet is necessary. The intestine and its great population need the right foods. Get a professional support along your way and always be patient. Exchange your ideas and wishes with your nutritionist. Or if you need some help, just don’t hesitate to contact me via the form.

I have no identified intolerances. Why do I still not tolerate fresh dairy products or fiber-rich foods?

Fresh dairy products contain higher levels of probiotics than usual, so they can briefly lead to lactose intolerance-like symptoms. The same is true for fiber-rich foods containing prebiotics. The intestine simply has to get used to the new population. Initially, you can relieve your stomach with a combination of vegetables and vegetable oils (such as linseed oil).

Cabbage, beans or fiber are bloating. Is there anything I can do against it?

A varied diet is important, including healthy fats. These relieve the intestine by ensuring that the food stays in the stomach for a longer time. Therefore always combine the meals with vegetable fats. But watch out – also the amount is important. Furthermore, frozen cabbage or beans are normally leading to less bloating.

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