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Anthony William Recipes

Com­pli­ant Antho­ny Wil­liam Recipes such as deli­cious main cour­ses, soups, breads, stews, salads, smoothies and des­serts based on Medi­cal Medium’s recom­men­da­ti­ons. The meals are com­pli­ant, glu­ten-free, corn-free, sugar-free and most­ly fat-free or redu­ced-fat and of cour­se do not con­tain ingre­di­ents such as milk, eggs, soy or other harmful no-foods. Here you will find many Antho­ny Wil­liam recipes from the Medi­cal Medi­um books and from his coo­king shows as well as a num­ber of dis­hes that have been adapt­ed to the usu­al tas­te expe­ri­ence of tra­di­tio­nal dis­hes with con­forming ingre­di­ents. The­re are quick recipes with simp­le ingre­di­ents for ever­y­day coo­king as well as more ela­bo­ra­te dis­hes that satis­fy even the most sophisti­ca­ted pala­te and are sui­ta­ble for delight­ing guests and non-con­forming fami­ly mem­bers. The recipes include clas­sics from the Medi­cal Medi­um heal­ing tools, such as lemon water, hea­vy metal detox smoothie, liver heal­ing smoothie and heal­ing broth, as well as popu­lar recipes for ever­y­day life. The­se Antho­ny Wil­liam recipes are sui­ta­ble for many occa­si­ons and dif­fe­rent tas­tes and not only give beg­in­ners to Antho­ny Wil­liam nut­ri­ti­on a frame­work for coo­king, but also old hands can always find a new and tasty tas­te expe­ri­ence in the abun­dance of Antho­ny Wil­liam recipes .

Glass bowl with vegan cream cheese
Vegan cream cheese with dill 

Cas­hews form the basis of this ver­sa­ti­le, vegan cream cheese. It can be used in a varie­ty of ways, be it as a spread, as a dip for oven-baked vege­ta­bles or as a sau­ce for vegan kebabs and wraps. 

Cannelloni on white plate
Can­nel­lo­ni accor­ding to Antho­ny William 

The Ita­li­an clas­sic can­nel­lo­ni in a fat, grain and dairy-free ver­si­on is a tasty alter­na­ti­ve to the ori­gi­nal. Zuc­chi­ni replaces the nood­les, they are fil­led with ‘pota­to cheese’ and ser­ved in a spi­cy toma­to sau­ce. Delicate! 

Bowl of butternut potato hash
But­ter­nut pota­to hash 

This dish offers a dou­ble pack of glu­co­se through the use of pota­toes and pump­kin, sea­so­ned with thy­me, rose­ma­ry, gar­lic and papri­ka pow­der. An uncom­pli­ca­ted ever­y­day dish that can be pre­pared quickly. 

Sliced focaccia with tomatoes
Foc­ac­cia accor­ding to Antho­ny William 

This foc­ac­cia made from cas­sa­va and almond flour, bound with tapio­ca starch and enri­ched with toma­toes and herbs is quick to prepa­re. It also tas­tes very good with toma­to soup or with a spi­cy dip. 

White plate with tiramisu
Tira­mi­su accor­ding to Antho­ny William 

Admit­ted­ly, this tira­mi­su isn’t even made straight, but it can be ide­al­ly pre­pared the day befo­re a par­ty and then has the neces­sa­ry time to finish. A sump­tuous des­sert that is defi­ni­te­ly worth the litt­le extra effort requi­red to prepa­re it. 

Serving plate with crème caramel
Creme Cara­mel by Antho­ny William 

A dream of a des­sert! Becau­se it con­ta­ins a rela­tively high amount of fat, it should be reser­ved for spe­cial occa­si­ons. It is per­fect as the cul­mi­na­ti­on of cele­bra­ti­ons with fami­ly or fri­ends. You sim­ply have to tas­te it! 

Glass bowl with fig cookies
Fig coo­kies based on Antho­ny William 

The­se fig coo­kies tas­te ama­zing and pro­vi­de gre­at sup­port for a healt­hy body. The pot­as­si­um and sodium con­tai­ned in figs sup­port neu­ro­trans­mit­ters, syn­ap­ses and neu­rons in the brain. In addi­ti­on, the phy­to­che­mi­cals con­tai­ned in figs help the immu­ne sys­tem in the intesti­nes to func­tion well.

Bowl with vanilla croissants
Vanil­la cre­s­cents based on Antho­ny William 

Vanil­la cre­s­cents go won­derful­ly with the Christ­mas sea­son. This com­pli­ant ver­si­on does not requi­re but­ter and the cre­s­cents still turn out won­derful­ly crum­bly and fluffy. Natu­ral­ly com­pli­ant with glu­ten-free flour and real vanilla.

Plate of baked sweet potatoes
Twice baked sweet potatoes 

Baked sweet pota­toes are tos­sed with home­ma­de cas­hew cream and rai­sins, top­ped with rose­ma­ry pecan streu­sel, and baked for a few more minu­tes until the nut streu­sel is gol­den brown! 

Baking dish with ratatouille
Rata­touille by Antho­ny William 

A very colorful dish that com­bi­nes colorful vege­ta­bles such as zuc­chi­ni, egg­plant and pep­pers with a spi­cy toma­to sau­ce. It can also be ser­ved with eit­her qui­noa or mil­let, which makes it even more filling. 

Wooden board with sweet potato nori wraps
Sweet pota­to nori wraps 

Stea­m­ed sweet pota­toes pro­vi­de the glu­co­se nee­ded for the­se nori sheet appe­ti­zers. The wraps are nice and crun­chy with cucum­bers, let­tuce and pep­pers. A deli­cious, unu­su­al snack that brings varie­ty to the kitchen. 

Pan­ca­kes with spring onions 

Stea­m­ed pota­toes are the basis for the savo­ry pan­ca­kes and cas­sa­va flour is the glu­ten-free bin­ding agent. The spi­cy flat­breads are com­ple­men­ted by a par­ti­cu­lar­ly deli­cious dip based on map­le syrup and lemon juice, which gets its fiery spi­ci­ness from chi­li and gar­lic powder. 

Stirred chickpea puree on a plate
Stir-fried chick­pea puree 

Chick­pea flour is the basis for the­se vegan scram­bled eggs. The reci­pe is quick to make and is sur­pri­sin­gly jui­cy thanks to the addi­ti­on of toma­toes, pep­pers and oni­ons. Varia­ti­ons on the basic reci­pe with, for exam­p­le, mush­rooms or broc­co­li bring addi­tio­nal variety. 

Bowl of apricot balls
Apri­cot balls 

A sweet tempt­a­ti­on that is rich in vit­amin C thanks to the apri­cots and oran­ges used. The warm­ing effects of cin­na­mon and gin­ger and the exo­tic tas­te of coco­nut flakes make them a popu­lar tre­at that can be eaten in no time. 

Stea­m­ed cab­ba­ge rolls 

In this reci­pe, cab­ba­ge rolls with a fat-free fil­ling of mush­rooms, pota­toes, cau­li­flower, pep­pers and snow peas are ser­ved with a spi­cy sau­ce. Ide­al on cool days and visual­ly some­thing very special. 

Mushroom and potato wraps on lettuce leaves
Mush­room and pota­to wraps 

Spi­cy, sea­so­ned, fried mush­rooms make the­se irre­sis­ti­ble pota­to dough wraps so appe­al­ing. The deli­cious, thin­ly baked wraps are packed with healt­hy herbs and spices. 

Spicy Auberigen strips on a plate
Spi­cy egg­plant strips 

The­se cris­py fried egg­plant strips are brushed with a mari­na­de made from map­le syrup, lemon juice, toma­to pas­te, gar­lic pow­der, oni­on pow­der, papri­ka pow­der and chip­ot­le pow­der and then baked until cris­py in the oven. A spi­cy treat.

Plate with crepes and berries
Cre­pes accor­ding to Antho­ny William 

Wafer-thin cre­pes made from oat flour and pota­to starch are easy and quick to make and are both popu­lar as a des­sert and very appe­al­ing as a small, sweet snack bet­ween meals. 

Pota­to focaccia 

The dough for this flat­bread con­sists pri­ma­ri­ly of stea­m­ed pota­toes, cas­sa­va flour and pota­to starch, spi­ced up with spi­ces and rose­ma­ry. Easy to make, it goes very well with soups, salads or even with a deli­cious dip. 

Wild blueber­ry tart 

The dough for this tart comes tog­e­ther in a flash and is very clo­se to pan­ca­ke dough. Top­ped with wild blueber­ries, the cake is a won­derful­ly frui­ty treat. 

Plate of curried cauliflower and peas
Cur­ry cau­li­flower with peas 

For this tasty and quick dish, the cau­li­flower and green peas are first stea­m­ed. Sea­so­ned with cur­ry, turm­e­ric, gar­lic, gin­ger and cumin, the vege­ta­bles then get their spe­cial fla­vor by fur­ther steam­ing them in the pan. 

Brain booster jar
Brain-boos­ting smoothie 

In stressful situa­tions, your brain pri­ma­ri­ly needs glu­co­se and elec­tro­lytes. The brain streng­thening smoothie offers ple­nty of both and pro­vi­des quick rein­force­ment. It relia­bly cools the over­hea­ting in the brain and calms the over­sti­mu­la­ted neurons. 

Bana­na pancakes 

The­se seduc­tively scen­ted, sweet pan­ca­kes not only make children’s hearts beat fas­ter. Pre­pa­ring the dough in the mixer is quick and uncom­pli­ca­ted. The fluffy tre­at tas­tes gre­at both as a main meal and as a dessert. 

Plate of spicy potatoes with cucumber in tomato-mustard sauce
Spi­cy pota­toes with cucum­ber in toma­to-mus­tard sauce 

If you’­re in a hur­ry, then this spi­cy pota­to spe­cial­ty is a good choice. Spi­cy and with a frui­ty-spi­cy note, the dish is also inex­pen­si­ve and par­ti­cu­lar­ly sui­ta­ble for sum­mer, when toma­toes and cucum­bers are in peak season. 

Bowl of baked tomato soup
Baked toma­to soup with pota­to croutons 

This easy to prepa­re baked toma­to soup is a tru­ly deli­cious tre­at thanks to the heat of the chi­li, the sweet­ness of the honey and the spi­ce of the gar­lic. The cris­py pota­to crou­tons trans­form the soup into a full-fled­ged main course.

Plate of garam masala potatoes
Garam masa­la potatoes 

The Indi­an spi­ce mix­tu­re garam masa­la gives this pota­to pan its spi­cy-sweet tas­te. The dish is easy to cook, inex­pen­si­ve and can easi­ly be sup­ple­men­ted with other vege­ta­bles, such as: E.g. leek and broccoli.

Bowl of strawberry salsa
Straw­ber­ry salsa 

This sal­sa is a very refres­hing deli­ca­cy that is a suc­cessful com­bi­na­ti­on of sweet and savo­ry fla­vors. It tas­tes deli­cious on its own as a snack, with a green salad, as a fil­ling for pep­per hal­ves or on cucum­ber slices. 

Bowl of green salad with French dressing
Green salad with French dressing 

The sophisti­ca­ted and deli­cious dres­sing turns this other­wi­se simp­le salad into a com­ple­te­ly new and salt-free tas­te expe­ri­ence. The dres­sing also goes well with stea­m­ed potatoes. 

Herb pota­to spirals 

This reci­pe pres­ents pota­toes in a com­ple­te­ly dif­fe­rent way. The cris­py pota­to spi­rals tas­te won­derful­ly spi­cy and, tog­e­ther with the cas­hew herb dip, are a deli­cious way to enjoy the valuable pro­per­ties of the pota­toes in a varied way.

Vegetable muffin on plate
Vege­ta­ble muf­fins (mini frittatas) 

The­se deli­cious muf­fins are made from chick­pea flour. The vege­ta­bles can be varied as desi­red, making the muf­fins ide­al for using lef­to­vers. They are also very tasty with broc­co­li, cau­li­flower and mushrooms. 

6 Brain Saver Wraps on wooden board
Brain Saver Wraps 

Quick to make, easy to make, but rich in nut­ri­ents, the­se appe­tiz­ing wraps pro­vi­de your brain with important buil­ding blocks so that it can func­tion well. 

Plate of sweet and spicy broccoli on table
Sweet and spi­cy broccoli 

Broc­co­li is won­derful as a side dish with pota­toes. Tog­e­ther with the sweet and spi­cy sau­ce, this dish con­ta­ins a rich source of valuable vege­ta­bles. As an alter­na­ti­ve to broc­co­li, Antho­ny Wil­liam also sug­gests cau­li­flower, aspa­ra­gus or Brussels sprouts as vegetables. 

Anti-radia­ti­on tea accor­ding to Antho­ny William 

Radia­ti­on and its con­se­quen­ces for the human body is one of what Antho­ny Wil­liam calls the “Mer­ci­less Four” that are respon­si­ble for dise­a­se. The body reacts more sen­si­tively to radia­ti­on than medi­ci­ne realizes.

Plate with onion pakora and cashew dip
Oni­on pako­ra with cas­hew dip 

This small snack made from baked oni­ons with a vegan dip made from cas­hews is spi­cy and piquant and is sui­ta­ble eit­her as a deli­cious snack or as an appe­ti­zer to a meal. 

Shepherd’s pie with lentils 

This hear­ty len­til cas­se­ro­le is a won­derful main meal for the who­le fami­ly. As an alter­na­ti­ve to len­tils, it can also be pre­pared with mush­rooms, which shor­tens the pre­pa­ra­ti­on time. 

Glass of brain nourishing smoothie
Brain Care Smoothie 

This deli­cious smoothie based on a reci­pe by Antho­ny Wil­liam pro­vi­des good sup­pli­es of glu­co­se and mine­ral salts. Cher­ries are the ulti­ma­te liver tonic, cle­an­ser and reju­ve­na­tor. Lemons and spin­ach pro­vi­de the brain with mine­ral salts. 

Glass of migraine buster juice
Migrai­ne bus­ter juice 

This juice accor­ding to the recom­men­da­ti­ons of Antho­ny Wil­liam can bring reli­ef from migrai­nes. It con­sists of cele­ry, pear, gin­ger and rocket and can be drunk regu­lar­ly as a pre­ven­ti­ve mea­su­re or when a migrai­ne attack is about to occur. 

Bowl of Creamy Stew
Cre­a­my pota­to stew 

A colorful stew based on a reci­pe by Antho­ny Wil­liam that can be enjoy­ed in two deli­cious ver­si­ons. The fat-free ver­si­on gets its cre­a­mi­ness from addi­tio­nal pota­toes, the fat-free opti­on con­ta­ins coco­nut or almond milk. 

Rösti omelet with rocket
Hash brown omelette 

This tasty ome­let is per­fect for a hear­ty break­fast, brunch or com­bi­ned with a green salad for a deli­cious din­ner. As a fat-free varia­ti­on, you can also lea­ve out the avo­ca­do; the rös­ti still tas­tes very good wit­hout it. 

Chick­pea nood­le soup 

This deli­cious nood­le soup is quick to make and just right for cool days. The car­rots con­tai­ned in it help lower blood pres­su­re, redu­ce ede­ma, relax mus­cles, calm ner­ves and balan­ce cogni­ti­ve functions. 

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