I saw a similar recipe in a TV show and I thought it sounds intriguing. So I’ve decided to give it a try. This recipe can also be called cauliflower rice. After preparing the meal hubby asked me what I cooked and, let’s say, he was reluctant. But, in the end, he actually loved it.
I eat houmous quite often as it’s a dish I enjoy. Before looking in the Turkish cookbook for recipes I had no idea it can be baked. I was a little reluctant as I thought the houmous will be dry, but it wasn’t. I loved this dish and it’s surely something that I will cook
Acvar is a Turkish interpretation of a traditional Arabic dish. I loved the idea of a salad with baked peppers and aubergines, as I struggle sometimes with ideas of how I can prepare aubergines. It tastes delicious, it looks vibrant and fresh. The dish can also be served as a main, but the quantities must
I love aubergine dip. My mother used to make it with mayo and onions. I made it with olive oil and garlic. This time I wanted to try a Turkish recipe of Smoked aubergines with yogurt. It’s different from the dip I usually made, but I think it’s more suitable as a side dish for
Mousse Au Chocolat was the dessert for my French Taste the World adventure. After onion soup and ratatouille, this dessert couldn’t be more appropriate. I loved it, the taste, the texture, the bitter flavour, Mousse Au Chocolat is divine. I used a recipe by Michel Roux and I understood why is his favourite dessert, it’s
I chose Ratatouille as mains for the French meal I’ve made. It’s a traditional vegan recipe and I like that. I didn’t have to modify it a bit. The dish is delicious, it’s not just a stew, the taste is so much better because the veggies are cooked separately. I could taste all the individual
I started the year with a new country to cook from, for Taste the World. Last year I cooked only a few meals and the deadline is approaching, so I’ll cook more and more international recipes. Soupe a l’Oignon a la Normande or French onion soup is one of the recipes I’ve made for France.