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13 Comments

  1. Just found your website, what a delight! (Me, vegan of Croatian descent, living in Aotearoa)
    And made the soup above. So delicious, so simple, so nutritious. I cooked the cashews with the other ingredients (as in other “cream of” recipes I have found) and whizzed it with a stick blender. Probably not quite so smooth as yours, but a good trick if that’s all you have, or don’t want to wash the blender.
    Looking forward to cooking more of your recipes… Thank you!

    1. Hi Vanya, thanks for sharing! My sister’s name is Vanja as well 🙂 I find that stick blenders don’t always do the best job for things that include nuts, but I think that once cooked, they would be soft enough. I’m sure it still tasted great. Lots of Balkan recipes if you’re interested!

  2. Thanks Maša, will be trying the soup today and I’m sure it will be delicious. Being from Dalmatia I’m well acquainted with silverbeet and potato (mum always made it on fish days) so when I found organic silverbeet the other day I immediately got it for my 6 month old’s solids adventure and introduction of what she will eat at home often given its rich properties. Simple food at its best! Thanks for sharing your recipes, we all need more silverbeet in our lives! Prijatno

    1. Hi, I hope you and your daughter enjoy them! I couldn’t agree more, silverbeet is so underrated and a delicious way to enjoy greens 😊 Happy cooking! x

  3. Hi, I was looking thru a cookbook and saw a recipe for silver beet (what is that?). Found out it’s Swiss chard which I love. Yr site popped up when searching for silverbeet recipes, and yay, they’re vegan. These look wonderful, I can’t wait to try them. Thank you!

    1. I hope you enjoy them! Yes, silverbeet is certainly not an American term for this gorgeous leafy green veg! Thanks for your comment x

  4. I have never cooked silverbeet before and your recipes look amazing.They are easy to make and I will try all of them. They are super healthy too and I look forward to “the big taste”. Thank you for posting. I live in New Zealand and silverbeet grows so easily in this country. I am sure I am going to be a silverbeet fan from now on!

  5. The silver beet and potatoes dish reminds me of a Danish dish that my mother and grandmother made. It was wonderful. I can’t wait to make this recipe. It won’t be exactly the same but I know it will be wonderful😀😀😀

  6. Actually I like all of them but will try the Croatian one first as my grandson has Croatian heritage and I try to encourage him to know more about it. As he likes cooking but not silverbeet, I may have mixed success !