This polenta fried dumplings are a perfect side dish for a pea stew. I never made them before and I must admit they are amazing. This side dish originated from Sighet, a northern part of Romania. It can be served also with cheese and soured cream or sugar and jam. FacebookTwitterPinterest You might also like
Tocanita means stew. It’s a very common dish in the Romanian cuisine, the base of the stew is shallow fried onions with tomatoes. There is an array of veggies that can be used on top of that base, like: pea, potatoes, parsnip, cauliflower, carrots, beans, spinach. The spices traditionally used are dill, salt and pepper.
The recipe is called Tǔdòu sī. This Chinese recipe is a novel method of cooking finely shredded potato, slightly undercooked, still having a crunchy texture. I thought is very intriguing, so I had to cook it. I like it, although is quite strange to eat the potatoes undercooked. So, I’ll probably cook potatoes in a
This recipe is from the Fujian region, not sure what is the Chinese name. I like pak choi and mushrooms, so a recipe with this two veggies looked very appealing. FacebookTwitterPinterest You might also like Courgette on a bed of bulgur and rice Roasted celeriac Spicy mushrooms with peanut butter Oven baked chips White Bean
I found a few different recipes of Chinese pancakes and the ones with spring onions looked very good. They are easy to make and the texture is very nice, different. FacebookTwitterPinterest You might also like Wholemeal bread Houmous, basic recipe Spicy mushrooms with peanut butter White Bean Mash Beetroot and garlic soup
I’m baking cupcakes very often. It all started last year when I’ve tried a recipe from a Tesco magazine and now we have cupcakes weekly. Festus has his own, obviously. This is my blueberry cupcakes recipe. FacebookTwitterPinterest You might also like Ivy cupcakes Cupcakes with turkish delight Chocolate and strawberries cupcakes Coconut and lemon drizzle
This was my first attempt to make fondant icing shapes. I bought some cutters, just to try them. I was impressed by how easy it is to use them. FacebookTwitterPinterest You might also like Posh jelly Homemade scones Salted caramel eclairs Sugar free scones with figs Breakingwell tart