Orange salad with bee pollen

Orange salad with bee pollen

Here's a simple, vitamin-packed way to start the week: orange salad with pollen. To be eaten for breakfast, snack or dessert. 
This recipe may remind you of the famous Moroccan orange salad. Here, no added sugar. Juicy oranges and a touch of pollen are enough to make this dessert very tasty. 

Oranges are full of vitamin C. A daily intake of vitamin C is very important for our health. Indeed, this vitamin stimulates the defenses of our body. 

Pollen is a little nutritional bomb for our body. As we say at Miel Factory "one spoon of pollen a day, keeps the doctor away". 
Bee pollen contains the 8 essential amino acids that the body needs to function and that it cannot produce. These amino acids need to be provided by the diet. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. They play a hormonal or enzymatic action, a role of transport or storage, they participate in the defense against infections (antibodies)...

If you want to know more about the countless virtues of bee pollen, you can read our dedicated blog article.

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In the hive, it is the main food of bees. 

Cinnamon is enchanting! It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-virus, anti-parasitic and antiseptic properties. 

The delicacy of orange blossom water tops it all off!

Ingredients for 4 people

- 4 oranges 
- 1 half teaspoon of pollen 
- 1 tablespoon of orange blossom water 
- 1 tablespoon of pollen 

 

Orangers

Preparation 

  1. Peel the oranges 
  2. Cut them in thin slices in the direction of the width 
  3. Arrange them on a plate 
  4. Add the orange flower water
  5. Sprinkle with cinnamon and pollen 
  6. It's ready! Tell us about it.
     

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