Karlos Arguiñano's recipes from April 4 to 8, 2016
Karlos Arguiñano in your kitchen is broadcast from Monday to Friday on Antena 3 from 12:15 p.m.
These are the recipes of the week from April 4 to 8, 2016:
April 4, Monday: "Chicory with zucchini and apple"
We are going to cook one of the most unknown vegetables in our kitchen: Chicory Like all bitter-tasting vegetables, they favor liver function by helping us make digestion better. These types of vegetables are recommended for after Christmas excesses. Today we will cook it accompanied by zucchini and apple and baked in gratin.
April 5, Tuesday: "Rooster with ginger with couscous"
In the program we will cook a delicious baked fish accompanied by couscous. The presence of rooster in our diet on a regular basis will help us maintain weight and cholesterol levels within normal values since it has low fat. The phosphorus and magnesium present in this fish will help maintain healthy bones and teeth. Therefore, do not miss the rooster in our diet.
April 6, Wednesday: "Leek soup with old sardine and bread" and "Coconut pudding"
One more Wednesday, Karlos Arguiñano will have in his kitchen the presence of his sister Eva, who will teach us how to make a rich coconut pudding. The perfect dessert to accompany a rich leek soup with old sardine and bread. Sardines are found in the group of blue fish that provide us with heart-healthy fats and help us regulate cholesterol levels. Sardine fat helps us keep skin healthy and young and increases our defenses.
April 7, Thursday: "Turkey Popietas with French Fries"
Turkey is a healthy and tasty meat perfect for all audiences. Its digestion is easy, which will be taken into account by people with difficult digestions. It admits a good number of elaborations and in the program of today Karlos Arguiñano will cook them by way of popietas and with fries of garnish.
April 8, Friday: "Menestra de la huerta calagurritana"
One more Friday Karlos Arguiñano will cook a regional recipe. On this occasion, a rich stew that arrives from La Rioja, specifically from Calahorra: Calabrian Menestra.