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.
Mutabbal (also called Mtabbal) is a Palestinian dish, made with roasted aubergines and tahini. There is a confusion between Mutabbal and Baba Ganoush. These two are very different despite both being made with roasted aubergines. Maybe this is where the confusion starts from. Mutabbal is made with tahini and I’ve also seen some recipe in
I was in the mood for a semolina pudding for a while. My mother made puddings like this when I was a child, but not as exotic as this one though, orange blossom semolina pudding with rose jam. But she did serve them with jam. From what I’ve seen online, while I was looking for
I’ve been making bean soup for many years, but I realized I never shared the recipe on my blog. Both my husband and I like this soup, it’s filling and delicious. I’ve served my soup with toast spread with margarine, topped with two types of vegan cheese, heated for 30 seconds in the microwave so
I made these Peanut butter cookies after reading Deliciously Ella: The Plant-Based Cookbook by Ella Mills, you can see here my review of the book. The book is interesting, she talks about her journey, not only shares recipes, so do browse it if you have the chance. I was excited to try a vegan recipe
I’ve been loads of times to the International shop, as I call it, or ethnic shop if you prefer that description and I’ve noticed a set of tahini with grape molasses, the two ingredients needed to make Tahin Pekmez. It’s very likely that you, like me, haven’t heard of Tahin Pekmez before. I bought the