I love houmous and it seems like I can’t get enough of it. From the first time I’ve tasted it many years ago, I’ve tried all sorts of different recipes, including a baked version. As a child, I would have eaten bean mash lots of times. My mother used to make it especially during the
I had an idea to make tahini soup. I love tahini and I thought it would be great to flavour a soup. I used cauliflower as a base for the soup. Potatoes work great too, but cauliflower is healthier and this is why I picked cauliflower. Both of these vegetables have a mild taste and
I made banana bread a few times while in lockdown, as one can easily assume. I thought of an alternative for my very ripe bananas and that is a banana and apricot crumble. It was delicious and I plan to make it again this week. I did not add any sugar in it, as both
I saw many similar recipes on Galina’s blog and so I’ve decided to try her banana and guava jam cake, but made it into a Sugar Free Russian Cake instead. I did not have guava jam and I wanted to use sugar-free jam (made only from fruits and nothing else). I always have a few
Victorian Macaroni pudding is actually called Sweet Macaroni Pudding in the well known Victorian cookbook – The Book of Household Management, by Mrs. Isabella Beeton. I read the book recently, here is the review, if you are curious. And so I’ve decided to make a recipe from her book as a prop for the book.
My husband loves minestrone, so this is something we have quite often. We always have a couple of canned minestrone at home, if we fancy a light dinner and we are not in the mood for cooking. Minestrone is very easy to make at home, healthy, and cheap. It is one of those recipes I
Onion and pepper crepes are not the first savoury crepes I share on my blog, see here the other ones, but, unlike those, these are dairy-free and more in line with our diet. I usually make mushroom ones. If you fancy mushrooms, then you can fill the crepes with Spicy mushrooms with peanut butter, it