I’ve had recently some pretty delicious apple crumble at a restaurant. My husband loved it too, so I thought I should make my own version of a crumble. It’s not something I bake often, so I can say that the lovely lunch inspired me. To give it a twist, I made Apple and Pineapple Crumble.
Today I’m sharing an idea of what to cook easy and fast, using purple sprout broccoli. This recipe is part of my Caravan Cooking series. To make the side dish you would need only a frying pan. I’ve served the purple sprout broccoli as a side dish for mash potatoes and grilled vegan cheese that
I’ve made this recipe for asparagus risotto while caravanning. It is such an easy recipe to make and you only need two pans to make it. To make the asparagus risotto I’ve used Arborio rice, an Italian short-grain rice. It gets its name after the town of Arborio, in the Po Valley. Arborio is one
I’ve made bread with beer in the past, but this is the first time I’m making Guinness Bread. Well, it works out similar to a bread with blonde beer. This is not a version of an Irish soda bread with Guinness. I’m going to try that as well. But this is a version of a
So far I’ve shared a few recipes of overnight oats, but none of porridge. Thus, I’ve decided to share my recipe for Coconut porridge. It is delicious. I’ve used coconut milk, desiccated coconut, and coconut chunks. It has a lovely taste and having a bowl of coconut porridge can be a delicious way to start
Today the Australians celebrate Anzaz day, so I’m going to share a recipe for Anzac Biscuits. Like usual when it comes to the recipes I include in my Taste the World challenge, I do a bit of research as well, not only on the recipe, but on its story too. The Anzac biscuits get their
Baked Pineapple with Custard, doesn’t this sound delicious? I do love cooked pineapple, from the first time I’ve tried it, I just loved it. You can see some similar recipes on my blog, including pineapple grilled on the BBQ or as a dessert, grilled in the oven and served with a bit of whipped cream.