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
I bought some Smoked Sea Salt and forgot about it. Now, when I went through the cupboards, I discovered it and I was very curious to see how it is. So, I’ve tried it and I wanted to share my thoughts about it. First of all, this Smoked Sea Salt is made in Scotland, by
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