Everybody (or almost everybody) in UK celebrates a very special day today: Pancake Day! How amazing is that, a whole day dedicated to pancakes. I have to say that this is one of my favourite days of the year. So, I’ve made some Savoury Crepes, filled with cheesy peppers and beans, served with coleslaw and
I wasn’t sure if I should name my dish Savoury Teff Porridge or Savoury Teff Polenta. I’ve decided to go with the first version because there is a confusion between polenta (the dish) and corn meal. So, this savoury Teff porridge has the same consistency as a polenta, it’s not as creamy as a porridge.
I’ve had a package of Beans Fettuccine in the cupboard and I decided to prepare them yesterday, when I was pressed for time, at lunch. As is January and I’ve decided to share only vegan recipes this month, I’ve obviously made them vegan. The Fettuccine I had were made with organic edamame and mung beans.
Chestnuts, Mushrooms, and Apple Pie, a perfect main for the Christmas dinner. I should say that considering that this was the main we’ve had last year for Christmas. The thing is that I loved how it looked, so I took pictures and keep the recipe for this year. I might make it again this year,
I had Cornish pasties for the first time last month when I went to a holiday in Cornwall. I loved them, had pasties three times, including once on the harbour. If I was to go to a holiday in Conrwall now, I think I’d have one of these every single day. You’ve might be aware
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