Musaca is a dish that every Romanian knows about. The traditional dish is made with meat, but I took that out and made a vegan version. In UK, you might have seen variations of this dish in Eastern European and Greek restaurants, like Moussaka. The recipes are quite similar, with potatoes and aubergines being used,
From my recent holiday in Scotland I brought back a lot of vegan haggis. Initially we bought some to eat while cooking in the caravan. But I loved it so much, that on the day we left, I bought a few packages of haggis and frozen them at home, to enjoy in the next few
I make stuffed aubergines from time to time, but I haven’t shared the recipe for them until now. This time I’ve made stuffed aubergines with oriental spices, served on a bed of basmati rice. Recently I’ve read a recipe and it changed the way I’m making the aubergines. The aubergines are twice baked. It sounds
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,