I have plenty of recipes for houmous on my blog because it is something we do enjoy to eat. I’ve made Baked Houmous before. It was not a vegan recipe, but a vegetarian one, see here. Because I was curious how would my usual recipe would be like baked, I’ve made this vegan baked houmous.
This week my husband and I had only vegan food. One day, for breakfast, I’ve decided to make vegan pancakes. I’m delighted with how they turned out, hence me sharing the recipe. Also, it means I’m going to make them again. I had them with chocolate sauce and my husband had them with homemade jam,
Tofu in Guinness, sounds delicious doesn’t it? This is a dish I’ve wanted to make for a long time, but Guinness was not vegan (or vegetarian), until now. Imagine my delight when I finally saw on their website that Guinness is vegan and I can have it again. I used to cook meat in beer
Carrot and coriander soup is one of my favourites. I’ve made this recipe a few weeks ago, but I didn’t get the chance to take pictures. This was a good excuse to make the soup again, so I can share the recipe. Even my husband likes this soup, even though he is not too keen
I’m very keen on homemade jam. The best thing is that I can try to make jams from all sort of fruits which are not available on the market. Like this papaya jam. I found a big bunch of papayas in the reduce to clear aisle. It’s the best place to get very ripe fruits
It’s been a while since I’ve shared a basic recipe. My husband loves pizza and, obviously, is something I make at home quite often. To make pizza dough, I usually use this recipe. If I don’t have time to wait for the dough to rise, I might make a faster version with baking powder. I
Mucenici is a traditional Romanian dish that is made on 9th March and it has a religious meaning. I’m not going to talk about the religious meaning because it’s not why I’ve made mucenici. I made them because my husband loves this dish. It’s quite easy to make, but I usually forget about it, until