Home

Results 1 - 10 of 124,154 for recipes combining. Search took 4.269 seconds.  
Sort by date/Sort by relevance
Right/bottom: ©FAO/Samuel Aranda Latin American and Caribbean flavours Filled to the brim with recipes that pack a punch, Health, Knowledge and Flavours features a selection of recipes from different countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. (...) The Pulses: nutritious seeds for a sustainable future recipe book has more than 30 recipes prepared by some of the most prestigious chefs in the world. (...) The International Cookbook for Quinoa combines many recipes, traditional and innovative, to offer more than 60 different dishes.
Language:English
Score: 1353497.9 - https://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1366126/
Data Source: un
Calculations for multi-ingredient foods Types of recipes Recipe calculation guidelines Limitations References p. 63 3 Acknowledgements The united nations university is an organ of the united nations established by the general Assembly in 1972 to be an international community of scholars engaged in research, advanced training, and the dissemination of knowledge related to the pressing global problems of human survival, development, and welfare . (...) This has definite economic advantages over going into homes and shops, selecting different preparations, and running multiple analyses; however, it is important that some site visiting be done to ensure that the dish resulting from the chosen recipe is similar to what is actually eaten. This entire area of recipe variability and validation needs much further effort. (...) Foods which contain more than a single ingredient (sometimes called recipe foods or mixed dishes) require procedures for estimation of the nutrient content of the dish or final product based on the composition of the ingredients.
Language:English
Score: 1340820.8 - https://www.fao.org/uploads/me..._Composition_Data_Bases_02.pdf
Data Source: un
IYR 2004: Rice and us: Culture   Home Site map     About IYR       All about rice       Kids       Media resources       Events       IYR Contests       Rice recipes RICE IS LIFE   All about rice   Rice and us   Culture   Nutrition   Agro-biodiversity   Environment   Livelihood   Post-harvest   Gender   Science   Economics   Fact sheets   Rice around the world Rice and culture Rice and us The relationship between rice and people has inspired songs, paintings, stories and other modes of communication Thousands of years ago, people from East to South Asia settled throughout river deltas and domesticated wild rice. (...) The combination of rice and legumes characterizes cuisines from Cajun to Mexican to Middle Eastern to Southern European. (...) It is significant that almost every culture has its own way of eating rice and that these different recipes are part of the world's cultural heritage.
Language:English
Score: 1290055.5 - https://www.fao.org/rice2004/en/rice1.htm
Data Source: un
Using your favourite hummus recipe, simply replace the chickpeas with cooked lentils or beans. (...) Cooked black beans can also replace eggs in many chocolate cake and brownie recipes—and your kids will never know the difference! (...) Learn more:  What are pulses? Pulses recipes from around the world Nutritional benefits of pulses Pulses: nutritious seeds for a sustainable future Pulses contribute to food security   2.
Language:English
Score: 1265507.6 - https://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1126738/
Data Source: un
To Cook: In a medium pot, combine 1 cup dry brown lentils with 2½ to 3 cups of water. (...) Whether in a salad or soup or as the base of a main dish, lentils make a hearty and healthy addition to any meal. If using a recipe isn’t possible, it’s easy to whip up a tasty lentil-based dish without a lot of direction. (...) Lentils easily take the place of any hearty grain or legume in most recipes or cooking applications. The views expressed here belong to the speaker and do not necessarily represent FAO’s views, positions, strategies or opinions.
Language:English
Score: 1263653.4 - https://www.fao.org/pulses-201...need-to-know-about-lentils/en/
Data Source: un
Engaging with cooks for healthy diets | FAO العربية 中文 English Français Italiano Русский Español About Key messages Special ambassadors Action Plan News Highlights Newsletter Events Global Dialogue Regional Dialogue for Europe and Central Asia Resources Information material FAO publications Audio and video Non-FAO resources Recipes Communications Toolkit Tools and tips Promotional material Download the IYP 2016 logo FAQs Blog Engaging with cooks for healthy diets International Year of Pulses (IYP) Special Ambassador for Europe Jenny Chandler gives a talk at the FAO symposium on nutrition Good nutrition is widely recognized to be essential for anyone who wants to lead a healthy and productive life. (...) Ms Chandler warned against the risks of a diet based on highly processed food, which combined to a sedentary lifestyle is the easiest way to suffer from bad health. (...) Everywhere, from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean, there is an abundance of recipes that are both nutritious and tasty.  Not surprisingly, pulses are a central ingredient in many of them. 02/12/2016               International Year of Pulses 2016 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Viale delle Terme di Caracalla 00153, Rome Italy [email protected]  
Language:English
Score: 1258232 - https://www.fao.org/pulses-201.../news/news-detail/en/c/456220/
Data Source: un
Leanne Brown, author of the award-winning cookbook Good and Cheap , invited us into her kitchen to share some ideas for busy parents. Try out these recipe ideas for children aged 12 months and older: They’re easy, nutritious and tasty! (...) Basic oatmeal porridge has a reputation for being dull, but this recipe can be dressed up in so many ways, you’ll never get bored. (...) To learn more about her cookbook, please visit www.leannebrown.com   As with any food, these recipe ideas should be eaten alongside the full range of nutrients that make up a healthy diet.
Language:English
Score: 1248165.2 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...eas-kids-and-parents-will-love
Data Source: un
However, analysis of these early glazes using the new X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometer at the Freer shows that a glaze recipe combining tin and lead was not transmitted intact, and that considerable experimentation occurred in Basra. (...) By contrast, the glazes of the polychrome lustrewares made slightly later, and of the monochrome lustrewares that followed them, are more consistent, suggesting the Basran potters had finally hit upon a successful and reproducible recipe. c) Firing Not only did the introduction of Chinese pottery into the Islamic world bring about changes in forming techniques and glaze recipes, it also appears to have had an impact on kiln technology. (...) The tin glaze invented to imitate Chinese porcelain revolutionized ceramic art by making the surface of earthenware pottery a white canvas for the painter. The recipe was eventually transmitted from Basra west to Egypt, and from there across the Mediterranean to Renaissance Europe.
Language:English
Score: 1230087.3 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...mitation_and_inspiration_0.pdf
Data Source: un
Origin and history Distribution and production Varieties of quinoa Uses of quinoa Nutritional value Plant Cultivation Press room News Quinoa in the news Multimedia Publications Publications and documents Recipe books International Year of Quinoa 2013  > What is quinoa?   (...) Nutritional value is high, with notable protein content and quality due to the presence of essential amino acids. Quinoa can be combined with legumes and cereals. Quinoa is the most versatile of Andean grains for human consumption: whole grain, raw or toasted flour, flakes, semolina and instant powder can be prepared in many different ways, producing a wide array of traditional and innovative recipes. New and innovative uses in the food industry Quinoa can be combined with legumes such as broad beans, kidney beans and tarwi to improve dietary quality, especially of school breakfasts for infants and children.
Language:English
Score: 1226274.3 - https://www.fao.org/quinoa-2013/what-is-quinoa/use/en/
Data Source: un
ActNow | Food Challenge | Sustainable Recipes - United Nations Sustainable Development Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search SDG Site A-Z Site Index Home About The Sustainable Development Agenda The Sustainable Development Goals: Our Framework for COVID-19 Recovery Decade of Action SDG Moment 2021 A New Social Contract for a New Era Food Systems Summit 2021 Why the SDGs Matter Monitoring and Progress – HLPF Sustainable Development Goals Report Financing for Development UN Secretary-General’s Strategy for Financing the 2030 Agenda United Nations Reform Campaigns Climate Gender Equality Ocean Goals 1-6 Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms Goal 2: Zero Hunger Goal 3: Health Goal 4: Education Goal 5: Gender equality and women’s empowerment Goal 6: Water and Sanitation 7-12 Goal 7: Energy Goal 8: Economic Growth Goal 9: Infrastructure, industrialization Goal 10: Inequality Goal 11: Cities Goal 12: Sustainable consumption and production 13-17 Goal 13: Climate Action Goal 14: Oceans Goal 15: Biodiversity, forests, desertification Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions Goal 17: Partnerships Take Action ActNow.bot Food Challenge ActNow | Food Challenge | Sustainable Recipes ActNow | Food Challenge | Videos Be the Change The Lazy Person’s Guide to Saving the World Partnerships About Partnerships SDGs in Action app SDG Media Compact SDG Publishers Compact SDG Media Zone SDG Action Zone SDG Advocates Climate Advocates News and Media News Featured News Press materials SDG Planning Calendar Goal of the Month Goal of the Month | Archive Download communications materials Videos Learn more Student Resources SDG Book Club SDG Book Club | Archive SDG Media Zone Why the SDGs Matter Search SDG Site A-Z Site Index ActNow | Food Challenge | Sustainable Recipes ActNow | Food Challenge | Sustainable Recipes Martin 2019-12-29T14:33:16-05:00 The United Nations’ ActNow Climate Campaign aims to trigger individual action on the defining issue of our time. (...) This is the vegetarian version of the iconic dish which is usually slowly cooked on stove top for hours. This recipe is an energy-saver as it is cooked in a pressure-cooker, shortening the cooking time significantly. (...) It only takes about 2 minutes to cook on the stove top which helps conserve natural resources. Full recipes here: #ActNow #ClimateAction | Courtesy of Kitchen Connection Optimal Fruit Salad / Ensalada de Frutas Óptima | Chef Palmiro Ocampo People ask us what else can I do with the banana peel?
Language:English
Score: 1189154.1 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...lopment/actnow-food-challenge/
Data Source: un