November is the time to talk about prostate health while people are engaged and actually paying attention to what is being said. But today I’m not going to tell you that prostate play is enjoyable and you should try it, it is very enjoyable but today I want to talk about food, yes food.
Thats not a cue to grab the nutella and ice cream and start lick your lover to ecstasy, although that does sound rather fun, I’m talking about the food you eat to keep you going through the day.
I love food and have had the privilege of trying many different cuisines so when i came across a book by Cooking Well aptly titled ‘Prostate Health: Over 100 easy & delicious recipes for prostate wellness’ I had to buy it. I’ll be honest I don't own a recipe book that I have cooked every one of the recipes found within its pages, not every dish screams EAT ME.
I first picked up the book and flipped through the pages, scanning for something that would make my mouth wet and stomach rumble. Tuna, Sea Bass, Scallops, Lamb, Venison, Chicken, mushrooms, broccoli its all in there and all sounds delicious, so i bought it. True to form I haven't tried all of the dishes in the book, the ones I have tried have all been delicious and quite easy to make. What you quickly forget it you're eating food that is going to reduce the risk of prostate problems and at the same time improve prostate wellness.
I know that with food it's’ definitely more enjoyable when your tasting it, so im going to encourage you all to try my personal favorite main course from the book ‘Venison with Spicy Raspberry Sauce’ and see for yourself. I know that with food it's’ definitely more enjoyable when your tasting it, so im going to encourage you all to try my personal favorite main course from the book ‘Venison with Spicy Raspberry Sauce’ and see for yourself. The recipe and description has been taken straight out of the book and i like to eat it on a nice cold salad or if I fancy something walm then I’d add some boiled carrots, asparagus and mashed potato.
Ingredients (serves 4):
1 cup raspberries
Four 4-oz venison steaks4 teaspoons grapeseed oil
1 large shallot, minced
½ teaspoon black peppercorns, crushed
2 pinches dried thyme
4 tablespoons aged balsamic vinegar
1 cup Cabernet Sauvignon
4 tablespoons brown sauce
2 tablespoons freshly minced parsley
salt & pepper to taste
In a food processor, puree half the raspberries. Pass through a sieve and set aside.
Heat the oil in a non stick pan over medium-high heat. Lightly season the venison steaks with pepper, add to the pan, and saute until golden brown. Turn over and continue to cook 2 to 3 minutes more. Transfer steaks to a plate and cover with aluminium foil to keep warm. Add the shallots, peppercorns, thyme, vinegar, wine, and raspberry sauce, and deglaze the pan. Bring to the boil and reduce liquid by half. Add brown sauce and steaks juices, then season with salt and pepper. B ring to the boil, add the steaks, and the remaining whole raspberries, and continue to simmer for a minute. Serve immediately
Its simple, its easy, it taste amazing/zingy and your eating for prostate wellness.
Give it a go and let me know what you think. If you enjoyed the recipe and wanted more then take a look at ‘Prostate Health: Over 100 easy & delicious recipes for prostate wellness’ where you can find even more meals to power your prostate health.
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