Caravan Pie… how I came up with this idea? Well, next week we are going on a camping trip and I want to use up everything I have in the freezer. This is something I always aim to do, but most times doesn’t work. So, I was pondering how the pie should look like while
I’ve made these cabbage filled individual pies a couple of weeks ago. Of course I thought these will be great for pastry week at GBBO. Today I plan to make a showstopper pie, in an attempt to use what I have in the freezer before going on holiday. If that works out, it will be
I was thinking of a recipe I needed to be made fast, so I came up with peppers and pea stew. I’ve used raw peppers and carrot, but frozen peas and chopped tomatoes work as well. The prep time took only a few minutes. The dish needs a bit over 20 minutes to cook, so,
I saw some delicious looking courgettes and I bought them. I was thinking of making stuffed courgettes for a few days, so it was exactly what I was looking for. After I made them, I’ve decided to rename the dish Courgettes towers, because they look like small towers and I think the name is very
I discovered an interesting Swedish recipe called Janssons frestelse. Frestelse means temptation, so the dish translated as Jansson’s temptation. Janssons frestelse gets its name from either a 19th century opera singer called Pelle Janzon or after the movie Janssons frestelse, from 1928. Either way, I can understand why is called a temptation after eating it.
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.
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