A recipe for when you want to eat something light but comforting and full of taste. The sweetness of the colourful baked bell peppers is playing along with the taste explosions of the thyme- and garlic infused feta cheese cubes mixed in the green spinach and quinoa filling. It is not only tasty but also naturally gluten free, vegetarian and low on carbs and fats – so why not give it a try?
Today I wanted to share with you something that is not exactly a recipe, but is more of a good habit that saves tasteful food bits and gives you delicious dishes in the same time. The vegetable stock you can create based on this article might not be much on its own but it can be the base of countless delicious home made meals.
This quick and easy recipe will change your way of building hamburgers, it will be the new star of your fresh salads, and the highlight on your dips and spreads. The mild purple onion is pickled in a spicy juice to soften the taste and bring out its stunning pinkish purple colours. This recipe will take you five minutes to make and will be the star of your BBQ.
These gorgeous stuffed eggs could be the star of your Easter brunch, they are easy to assemble and success is guaranteed. There are three taste combinations: Salmon-Wasabi, Ham-Horseradish and Thyme-Mushroom, which one will be your favourite?
Fall in love with this incredibly rich creamy pasta sauce that is filled with nourishing healthy ingredients: smoked mackerel in harmony with the aromatic fennel and a little kick of cayenne. Continue reading
These light, fluffy pancakes are naturally gluten free and extremely nutritious thanks to the mixture of chestnut and teff flours in the batter. These flours are not only providing loads of minerals and vitamins but also give the pancakes a deep nutty flavour. Continue reading
A mild and creamy bowl of fish soup that can be put together within a hour is the key to a cosy family dinner. Thanks to the grated sweet potatoes and fish stock the rich flavourful base is created within half an hour. The fish can be varied depending on what is available, I used wild salmon and coquilles, but it can be perfectly substituted with other types of fish fillet, shrimps or mussels. Continue reading