This is a traditional Panamanian recipe for Coconut Rice with Red Beans. I’ve made this recipe on the same day as the Panamanian Johnnycakes and we did enjoy both dishes. In the beginning, I was a bit apprehensive not to add any other spices in the rice, besides sea salt and white pepper (white so
Panamanian Johnnycakes are quite interesting. This is another recipe I’ve made for the World Cup football matches, with England. I mentioned it when I’ve shared the recipe for Ghraiba, Tunisian chickpeas flour biscuits. I was intrigued by this recipe, it’s for a biscuit, but that is not flat as a standard biscuit. Also, is made
Kaak Warka is my second Tunisian cookie recipe I’m sharing, after Ghraiba, the chickpeas flour chewy and delicious cookies. Kaak Warka (I have no idea how to correctly pronounce either of those, btw) are filled with marzipan, or almond paste if you prefer to call it like that. The marzipan is flavoured with rose water.
Today England plays Tunisia in the Group games at the World Cup. So, I’ve decided to take advantage of the excitement surrounding this event, to re-start cooking for my Taste the World challenge. I’m delighted I’ve done this, because I’ve found some very interesting Tunisian recipes, including Ghraiba. These cookies have a different texture, chewy,
I haven’t shared a recipe for Vegetarian English Breakfast on my blog before, despite it being something I enjoy cooking and eating, because I thought is not complicated enough. That being said, the first time I’ve cooked a Vegetarian English Breakfast I looked for the recipe. It might be interesting for someone who wants to
Yesterday Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, celebrated his 97th birthday. I planned for a while that I will mark this occasion by making his favourite dessert: Andrassy Pudding. The Queen has a different favourite cake, Tschumi’s Chocolate Cake, one that I made last year for my birthday. That chocolate cake will make its way onto
I’ve been using the same recipe for pastry casing for years. But, until now, I haven’t shared it on its own. I think it needs to have its place in the basics section of my blog because it’s, well, a basic, and it’s better to have it here with all the tips and tricks and