I’ve been loads of times to the International shop, as I call it, or ethnic shop if you prefer that description and I’ve noticed a set of tahini with grape molasses, the two ingredients needed to make Tahin Pekmez. It’s very likely that you, like me, haven’t heard of Tahin Pekmez before. I bought the
Can one bake a Coffee and Walnut Cake in the caravan? The answer is yes, as I baked this gorgeous cake in the pretty basic oven we have in the caravan. It’s not difficult if you prepare in advance. By preparing I mean having a mix for cake. You can buy a ready made cake
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 came up with the idea for these Black Forest Energy Balls after thinking of a fast dessert I could prepare in the morning, to have a small treat after breakfast. The balls need around 20 minutes to harden a bit in the fridge, so they will be ready for you after you finish your
Salami Biscuit is a dessert I used to have as a child, growing up in Romania. It’s not something I’ve prepared regularly, but I do love it. My husband is keen on Salami Biscuit as well, so I’ve made it recently and now I’m sharing the recipe. If you haven’t had it before, do make
Macarons have a fascinating history and they are also delicious, thus I’m very excited to share this recipe with you. They are not very difficult to make, if you follow the steps and weight in all the ingredients. If you love Macarons, do try to make them yourself, you might be surprised how amazing they
As today I’m on holiday caravanning in Yorkshire, I’ve prepared a recipe that I’ve made while camping last time, it is for Lentil Pasta. My plan is that this year I’m going to share a few more recipes in my new series, Caravan Cooking. I’ve made them with soft cheese as a base because it