I published this post a few years ago, but I’ve decided to update it and publish it again today. One of the challenges at Bake Off this week was to make a festive bake. One of the contestants made kozunak, the Bulgarian version of Cozonac. On Tuesday, a few hours before the show was aired,
The showstopper challenge at Bake Off for Dessert Week was a bombe. The one that won Star Baker made a really nice bombe and, after chatting with my husband, we’ve decided to make something similar, a Foret Noir Bombe. This was a joint venture between me and my husband. So, it was fun to bake
I had a couple of avocados and I had no idea what to make, until I thought of Avocado pasta. It’s so easy to make, takes 15 minutes from start to finish and it has only a few ingredients: three main ones, spices, and a bit of lemon juice. The avocado makes for a very
This Prohibition Upside Down Cake was a bit of a challenge. I wanted to make a boozy cake since I saw that the theme at Bake Off was the “Roaring Twenties”, but, at the same time, I am camping in our caravan. I wanted to do a bigger cake, but the oven is not great
I’ve made scrambled tofu many times and I wasn’t sure if this is a recipe that I should share on my blog, because it is so simple. But, I searched online before making it for the first time, so why not share my own recipe. It is very easy to make, as you can imagine.
These Sandesh Mishti desserts must be the most strange thing I’ve ever made. I decided to make these for the latest Great British Bake Off challenge. It was Dairy week, quite a strange choice considering that, unless vegan, almost of all the bakes have a type of dairy in them. I imagined they will be
I love baked aubergines and I also love houmous. I’ve decided to try a dish that incorporates both, and so I’ve made aubergines stuffed with houmous. It was delicious. As usual, I baked the aubergines twice, the second time with the filling. I served my aubergines with fufu and purple carrot puree. It worked great