I had two reasons to make this recipe for cozonac. First of all, I wanted to include it in a picture for a book I’ve read recently. It was about King Michael of Romania and I thought it would be appropiate to add a traditional Romanian recipe. The second reason is that I never made
Valentine’s Day Biscuits, doesn’t it sound lovely? My husband and I love homemade biscuits. Did you see them on Instagram yesterday? It was a really nice opportunity to try out my new Joseph Joseph adjustable rolling pin. It’s great. When I’m rolling dough multiple times, I might make the sheets of different thickness. This rolling
Black Forest Dessert, my second dessert made for this year’s Valetine’s Day celebration. I’ve seen something similar and I loved the idea. Although it looked much easier when I saw it, I had issues. So, I’ve decided to share all my experience so you know how to make this dessert, looking like this without any
My husband and I love cheesecake, so this made me think that Matcha Cheesecake would be a great dessert to celebrate an anniversary or for Valentine’s Day. I went with a no-bake version, as it’s something we both prefer, because of the texture. Last week my husband and I had an anniversary, so I thought
This month there are two important celebrations: Valentine’s Day and Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday. Pancake day is the day before Valentine’s Day, so, I though it will be nice to make something that would be amazing for both occasions. To make the pancakes pink I’ve used beetroot powder. It means that it’s a lovely
I love houmous. Seems like I can’t get enough of it. From the first time I’ve tasted it many years ago, I’ve tried all sorts of different recipes, including a baked version. As a child, I would have eaten bean mash lots of times. My mother used to make it especially during the winter months.
I’ve been thinking of sharing some very easy recipes. The first is this potato bake. I’ve used a jar of pasta sauce, vegan. Since I “discovered” them, I’ve been using the sauces in all sort of different ways, not only for pasta. The ones I get from the supermarket don’t have added salt or oil,