Parsnip soup for dull skin

We really want to offer you a little special skin recipe. What do you think ? A recipe made of love, pep and gluttony!

This preparation is simple to make with seasonal products. It is a good creamy texture with a soft texture like a cloud. This winter velouté contains parsnips, leeks and quinoa flakes.

Parsnip soup for dull skin Parsnip is a root vegetable, which contains a lot of zinc . This mineral is necessary for skin repair . In addition, its beige color comes from a flavonoid, called apigenin, which is a powerful antioxidant. It would boost the immune defenses . Like our Chaga, it therefore has extraordinary virtues . Tired skin: Get out!

Leek , the star of fondues and crumbles, is a vegetable that promotes the elimination of toxins . It contains sulfur components, which help the liver to detoxify. It hides another antioxidant called allicin, with major antimicrobial properties. Problem skin: Stay quiet!

Besides its lack of gluten, quinoa is rich in vitamin E , a friend of the fight against free radicals . It also contains lysine and saponin, an amino acid and a carbohydrate involved in the formation of collagen. Direct action on the integrity of the skin, its repair, its sensitivity and on acne: Be Bl[æ]ssed!

Vegetable Parsnip Quinoa and Leeks

SO ? Ready for a magical velvety comforter?

Recipe for 4, please!

  • 1 large parsnip
  • 2 medium leeks
  • 80 g quinoa flakes (or rolled oats working on the ceramides of the skin)
  • 20 cl of soy cream
  • 5 cl of olive oil
  • Crushed roasted hazelnuts
  • Salt, pepper, turmeric, chives…

#1: In a large saucepan, sauté the sliced ​​leeks for one minute in olive oil. Then add the parsnip, peeled and cut into cubes. Sweat everything for a second.

#2: Add the quinoa flakes. Cover with water to height. Cook covered for 15 minutes over medium heat. Add water as it cooks. In the meantime, why not make yourself a little mask?

#3: To obtain a frothy and airy velouté, first pour the olive oil and the soy cream into your blender. Then mix the vegetables and the cooking water in small quantities as you go. Salt, pepper. Mix everything one last time for at least 30 seconds.

#4: Serve with crushed roasted hazelnuts, turmeric and aromatic herbs.

And There you go ! After having made your eyes salivate, we leave you, because for us, it opened our taste buds!

Enjoy your meal everybody !
The T[æ]m

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