Here comes a super easy and vegetarian recipe perfect for an indulgent dinner with a glass of wine! It contains only 6 ingredients and really, it couldn’t be easier to throw together!
If your plan is to cook up some tacos, burritos or maybe a Mexican-style salad bowl, this fluffy, light, creamy cheesy goodness is probably my favourite side. It is cheap, simple to make and offers an amazing freshness and coolness to your spicy Mexican feast.
Here is a beautiful tiger striped chocolate and vanilla sponge cake based on a recipe that my dear grandmother gave me. It is both rich and light and it goes perfectly to a cup of coffee in the afternoon OR as a sweet breakfast-treat with an espresso and good company! Continue reading “Tiger cake”
Pangrattato is a fantastic condiment from Italy which is said to have been created as a “poor mans parmigiano”. It is amazing on top of pasta or soup to add some crunch, on top of fish to add some texture or instead of croutons on a salad! The basic recipe is incredibly simple and when you have mastered it, you can mix it up in countless ways to compliment a dish of your choice.
This dressing right here is a flavour bomb and it can be used for dressing lovely salads like this raw food salad with prawns, as a dipping sauce for summer rolls or to simply add some freshness and an asian twist to your steak, pork or fish.
A simple and yummy tip to add some attitude and flare to your dinner is to make your own salsa. Here comes an extraordinary, vibrant and mega fresh kiwi salsa that goes beautifully with fish tacos or any other dish in need of a fruity and spicy condiment!
Shakshouka is a fantastic dish that I love to have on my veggie-repertoire! The dish is believed to have North African and Jewish origin. It is a simple dish with complex flavours and it is spicy and sweet, healthy and hearty and just absolutely delicious. In this recipe I serve it with rice, salad and hummus as a brilliant dinner. However, if served simply with some bread or as it is, it also makes a hearty breakfast. Try it, you will not regret it!